The market town of Carnforth, just five miles north of Lancaster and Morecambe, is perhaps best-known to people from outside of the region as the location for the 1945 classic romantic movie, Brief Encounter.
The A6 passes through the heart of the town and junction 35 of the M6 is just a few minutes away, providing excellent road links to both the north and south making Carnforth a manageable commute to Kendal and the South Lakes, Lancaster or Preston.
The railway station itself is part of the Furness Line and Bentham Line, with frequent services connecting to nearby Lancaster and the West Coast Main Line.
Many independent shops can be found in Carnforth along with three large supermarkets – Booths and Aldi on the northern side of the town and Tesco on the south side.
Residential properties comprises a mix of traditional period terraced cottages to modern and new-build homes, former local authority houses and waterside dwellings adjacent to the Lancaster Canal which passes through the eastern edge of Carnforth.
Milne Moser’s Carnforth office also covers the many delightful villages and locations nearby including Nether Kellet and Over Kellet, Bolton-le-Sands, Warton, Yealand Conyers, Capernwray, Borwick and Tewitfield.