17th Century House
traditional Cumbrian Cottage
HouseSimple is pleased to present this 4 bedroom 17th century House newly modernised retaining all the original features.
A traditional Cumbrian cottage which has been sensitively refurbished and extended to create four bedroomed accommodation which still retains much charm yet benefits from excellent contemporary fittings. The property stands in well proportioned and private grounds which incorporate a number of traditional outbuildings suitable for equestrian purposes and with potential for arena or round pen if desired. There is also a well specified garden office taking advantage of the super fast broadband.
Ground Floor Entrance Rear utility entrance. Belfast sink plumbed for automatic washing machine. Part tiled cloaks hanging understair storage. Stairs leading to first floor.
Study 2.46m x 2.41m (8' 1" x 7' 11") With double glazed window with sandstone sill radiator and shelving.
Living Room 8.74m x 4.21m (28' 8" x 13' 10") Traditional stone fire place housing multi fuel stove. Flanking alcove with niche. Exposed beams. Built in cupboard with pine door. Traditional stone flag floor. Double doors with oak lintel to:
Conservatory 4.23m x 3.67m (13' 11" x 12') Overlooking private garden. Tiled floor. Double outer doors.
Kitchen 5.47m x 4.40m (17' 11" x 14' 5") Fitted wall and base units in rosewood, 1.5 bowl Asterite sink, dishwasher, electric oven and hob with extractor hood over, work surfaces, central island, large glazed oak patio doors overlooking south facing rear garden. Rear Entrance Lobby With large window overlooking well proportioned rear garden, original oak door with rose stained glass detail and further half glazed door to built in cupboard. WC With wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Travertine tiles.
First Floor Rear Bedroom 1 2.75m x 2.66m (9' x 8' 9") Overlooking village green with views to Cross Fell. Useful shelving. Bathroom With bath tub on clawed feet, low level WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, cylinder cupboard, well proportioned walk in shower cubicle with mains shower.
Bedroom 2 4.36m x 2.97m (14' 4" x 9' 9") Full height to eaves, exposed timbers, large Velux window with views over garden and fells beyond.
Bedroom 3 3.36m x 2.90m (11' x 9' 6") Full height to eaves, exposed timbers and exposed stone wall.
Master Bedroom 4.60m x 5.52m (15' 1" x 18' 1") Light and spacious with dual aspect windows, one north facing overlooking the Pennines and large south facing picture window with views over the garden and Lakeland fells beyond.
Ensuite Shower Room Triton electric shower in cubicle, low level WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, Velux windows.
The property stands in a well proportioned plot completely enclosed by traditional dry stone walling with good area of lawn. Driveway borders, gravelled area, wooden store. Ample parking for in excess of five vehicles plus turning area. Rear Garden Principally laid to lawn with gravelled area, beds with mature shrubs and trees, several fruit trees and boundary hedging providing privacy. Utility Room Converted sandstone double glazed utility room, plumbed for two automatic washing machines, Belfast sink.
Garden Office 4.40m x 3.60m (14' 5" x 11' 10") Overlooking the garden. Double skinned, double glazed wood construction and having internet connection. Outbuildings Built of traditional stone, cobble and slate with concrete sloping floor to drainage. Currently used as loose box.
Potential for conversion to annex/granny flat/workshop/holiday accommodation.
Building 1 5.35m x 4.62m (17' 7" x 15' 2")
Building 2 6.10m x 4.62m (20' x 15' 2")
Building 3 6.00m x 4.62m (19' 8" x 15' 2")
These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.