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5 Argyle Street.  Ulverston.  LA12 0BD

This is a very comfortable, bay-windowed, terraced property,  well positioned for very easy access to the Town Centre and many other local amenities.  Sir John Barrow School is directly opposite and it stands right next door to the house that the world renowned comedian Stan Laurel was born in. 

The Property has  an Entrance  Vestibule, a  Cosy Lounge with an attractive fireplace with a fitted gas fire, a separate Dining Room and a well fitted Kitchen on the Ground Floor,  whilst on the First Floor are 2 excellent Bedrooms and the Family Bathroom.  The Bathroom has a corner Bath,  Hand-basin and WC as well as a separate Shower Cubicle.

From the Landing is a permanent stairway to the converted Loft.  This now provides an excellent, 3rd Bedroom.  It is a full “double” as it occupies the entire loft space.

Outside at the rear is a covered Yard which has been cleverly fitted with an extra-wide  remote-control metal up-and-over door, creating splendid off-road parking.

The house is double-glazed and has a gas-fired Central heating System (Combi) and is ready for occupation,  and provides a good opportunity to acquire a very comfortable and attractive family home.

5 Argyle Street,  Ulverston is certainly Tickety Boo!

Approximate Dimensions;  Vestibule;  0.87 x 0.93m.  Lounge;  4.30m x 4.40m.  Dining Room;  2.70m x 3.90m.  Kitchen;  3.75m x 2.10m.  Bathroom;  3.30m x 2.10m.  Bedroom 1;  3.90m x 2.26m.  Bedroom 2;  4.30 x 3.82m.  Loft Bedroom;  3.93m  x 5.00m.  Garage;  5.40m x 4.15m. 


The charming, bustling, Market Town of Ulverston is famous as the birthplace of Stan Laurel, his statue, together with his partner Oliver Hardy,  stands in front of the Coronation Hall.

Ulverston  is known as Festival Town due to its large number of Festivals,  and other Events,  which run throughout the year which  include the Flag Fortnight,  St George's Pageant, Ulverston Hospice Carnival,  Retro Rendezvous, Another Fine Fest , L'Ancienne,  the spectacular Lantern Procession and ending the year with the world famous 2-day  Ulverston Dickensian Festival.  The town  has a cobbled Market Square and main street,  a Town Crier and many Specialised Shops,  excellent Restaurants and Pubs.     Click onto                               www.visitulverston.com 

The town is surrounded by  lovely countryside and the shoreline of Morecambe Bay is there to enjoy throughout the year. Water-sports and other outdoor pursuits are well catered for including walking, climbing, sailing,  riding and camping.

The boundary of the magical and entrancing   Lake District National Park ( recently awarded   the enviable title  World Heritage Site  by UNESCO )  is reached within a 10 minutes drive,  Junction 36 of the M6 is within 30 minutes,  and there is a very convenient  direct rail-link  into Manchester Airport and  London Euston is reached by rail within 3 hours and 45 minutes. 

Ulverston is a lovely place to live and work.   Quite Tickety Boo
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