It was a property feature that had some of our readers commenting this week.

We ran an article on the majestic 10 St Georges Crescent, a townhouse with a self-contained two-bed lower ground floor apartment.

Situated at one of Carlisle's most desirable addresses, and set on a private tree-lined residential area, short walks to amenities, schools, and the city centre.

The property is listed with Hayward Tod Associates and is on the market for a guide price of £675,000. More information is available at

"If you don’t mind climbing some front steps after work or perhaps make it a part of your daily workout routine, you might enjoy this property in Carlisle."

The property is for sale at a guide price of £675,000.

Gordon Stewart Harwood suggested that this was "a bargain price."

Robert Hodgson spotted what he thought was a flaw: A variety of options... apart from wheelchair access."

David Walker:"Comes, complete with a granny flat. or separate accommodation for when friends or family comes to. stay."

John Tuer: "Joanne Wilson-Tuer could be a little close to your in laws."

Gail Jackson thought: "Looks lovely."

Shaun Patrick Watson found another fault with all the stair: "A

death trap coming back from the pub."

Finally there was David Eyley: "Obviously not much news around, as we've reverted to being an estate agent again!"

That might be a fair comment but we write about properties because people (including us) love to read about them. You only have to look to TV to see how popular property ia:Location, Location, Location, Through the Keyhole, Homes Under the Hammer, Escape to the Country - the list goes on.

We enjoy looking at what we could buy and dream about those properties far beyond our reach!

By the way, this property is listed with Hayward Tod Associates. More information is available at