Superb historic Grade 2 listed traditional style former farmhouse of immense character situated in lovely rural Lake District National Park location and believed to be the oldest building in the parish of Staveley in Cartmel with records stretching back to the early 13th Century. The property has been sympathetically refurbished and extended over the years and provides spacious, versatile and well proportioned accommodation to include: Entrance porch, fabulous lounge with feature fireplace and chimney breast, heavily beamed ceiling and built in court cupboard with panel GRM 1639, the formal pantry has a central slate slab table and could be used as a study, spacious open plan L. shaped sitting room/dining room, double glazed conservatory with pleasant views over the surrounding countryside and access to the rear garden, a utility room with separate cloaks/wc and the country style kitchen with units and appliances. A stone staircase leads to the first floor which provides 4 double bedrooms, the master bedroom having an en-suite shower room/wc and large walk in wardrobe and a house bathroom with 3 piece suite. There is a useful loft space. Oil central heating system. Outside there is parking to the front for 2 vehicles and a pleasant rear garden with lawn, decorative borders, the rear garden backs onto open fields. The garage has a front door, single glazed window and courtesy door to the rear. Viewing strongly advised. The property is being sold with No Upper Chain. EPC grade E.
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