This detached bungalow nestles in the town of Fleetwood, near Blackpool, on the northwest coast of Lancashire.
Resting in a quiet cul-de-sac, with an enclosed garden outside for the dogs and the children to enjoy, this cosy brick-built bungalow is perfect if you are seeking some quality time together with family or friends, in a seaside location.
There is plenty of off-road parking available, as well as many local amenities on the doorstep.
Head through the front door and make your way to the spacious lounge brought together with light, cream overtones, an electric fire and plush seating.
The kitchen is fully equipped and overlooks the garden at the rear for pleasant views whilst you cook up a storm, with modern fixtures and fittings.
A collection of well-presented bedrooms stem from the hallway, with a shower room occupying a fashionable jet spray in the shower cubicle.
One of the double rooms has its own en-suite bathroom enjoying a beautiful finish.
The sun room at the back of the property offers a seating area adjacent to a set of patio doors, creating harmony between the light-filled interior and outdoor space.
There is also a dining area, so you can enjoy your family meals together, enhanced by the natural beauty of the garden.
Outside you will find a plethora of apple trees and rose trees to be admired from the lawn or patio areas, with this peaceful location adding to the pleasantness of the setup.
The quaint fishing town of Fleetwood boasts many attractions for your discovery including two fully functioning lighthouses, a golf club, shops, pubs and Rossall Point Watch Tower offering fabulous views out to sea.
Further afield is Blackpool with its fun-filled Pleasure Beach and Morecambe Bay with its estuary.
This lovely retreat offers family and friends a holiday to remember!
About the location
Blackpool 7 miles; Preston 21.3 miles; Morecambe 33 miles
This quaint town of Fleetwood, rests at the northwest corner of the Fylde, in Lancashire, bordering Cleveleys, with access to the seaside resort of Blackpool, Preston and the city of Liverpool. The town expanded massively in the first half of the 20th century, with the growth of the fishing industry, and passenger ferries to the Isle of Man. Its most notable employer today is Lofthouse of Fleetwood, manufacturer of the lozenge Fisherman's Friend which is exported around the world. Discover two lighthouses; The Upper Lighthouse, usually referred to as the Pharos, and Beach Lighthouse, both still fully operational. A third lighthouse, Wyre Light, built in 1839–40, is set offshore on the northeast corner of North Wharf, and was the first screw pile lighthouse to be built in Great Britain. Fleetwood is the only town in the United Kingdom to possess three lighthouses, however Wyre Light is now just a derelict structure on the sandbank. Other attractions include Fleetwood Museum, Memorial Park, as well as The Mount Pavilion. Further North is Morecambe Bay, and to the South is Blackpool offering a world-class selection of fun-filled amenities including Blackpool Tower, Blackpool illuminations, the Pleasure Beach, Sandcastle Water Park, the Winter Gardens and Blackpool Zoo. With plenty to see and do in and around the area, what better way to spend your family holiday?