This 17th century detached beamed farmhouse in Lake District National Park, is of the highest calibre and has been sympathetically upgraded by the current owners. Located within its own spacious and private grounds of approximately 1/2 acre, the property is situated in a simply breath-taking, idyllic rural location alongside Roundthwaite Beck. 'Barn End' is a most impressive period residence offering many character features, plus both generous and versatile living space, plus an attached barn, used as a garage/workshop facility (approx 2986 sq ft of living/barn space). The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance porch/hall to central lounge with feature Inglenook stone fireplace and wood burner stove fire, separate dining room with feature vaulted ceiling, farmhouse kitchen, pantry and shower room/wc. A ground floor study could also provide a 4th bedroom option. To the first floor are three generous bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally the property is entered via a swing gate with level parking for several vehicles.Reception Rooms
Accessed from the Entrance Porch is a stunning central Lounge boasting a fabulous Inglenook Lakeland slate and stone fireplace with an inset black cast Dovre multi fuel stove fire. This cosy room has double glazed windows with fitted & cushioned window seats. Exposed beams to the ceiling. Inset spot lights and an open staircase rising to the first floor. The Dining Room is a wonderful place to sit and enjoy the fabulous views on offer, from picture windows showing off the surrounding gardens and stream. The room also boasts a wooden vaulted ceiling. A Study provides an option of a 4th bedroom. Features a wood burner with hot plates on a flagged plinth and fitted with desk, drawers, cupboard and shelving.
Kitchen & Further Ground Floor Accommodation
This excellent Farmhouse kitchen has a full range of wall and base level units with contrasting work tops and ceramic tiled splash-backs. Rayburn cooker, providing hot water, fuelled by Calor Gas. Modern Baumatic two ring gas hob and a four ring electric hob, with matching oven. Worcester central heating boiler providing hot water top up and heating via the radiators. Dishwasher and fridge. Timber sealed unit double glazed windows to the rear and side, tile effect vinyl floor. An Inner Hall leads to a useful pantry with stone shelf and stone flagged floor and a ground floor Shower Room with shower cubicle and 2 piece suite.
First Floor Bedrooms And Bathroom
The Master Bedroom is a spacious double bedroom, well-lit with double glazed windows to the rear and side. Bedrooms two and three are further double bedrooms with fabulous views of the local countryside. A family bathroom comprises a three piece modern bathroom suite in white with built in storage cupboards and partial wall tiling.
Access via a fire door from the main house, this extensive secure garage includes workshops and two large storage areas to the first floor level. A mechanics inspection pit and a wc.
Lawned formal gardens extend to both the rear and side, providing generous space for child's play. An ancient ice house and stone sharpening wheel can be found as well as established trees and shrubs set above Roundthwaite Beck. Fabulous views towards the Howgill Fells. Fuel store and garden equipment store. Large potting shed. Level parking for several vehicles in the front yard.
Leave the M6 Motorway Junction 38 and turn right at the roundabout into Tebay. Continue for 1 mile. Immediately after crossing the bridge over the M6 Motorway turn right signposted Roundthwaite. At the first farm building turn left onto a private road. Follow the stream for 250 yards. Cross the small bridge, Barn End is on your right. Alternatively, take the A685 North from Kendal Morrisons, approx 10 miles turn left at the sign for Roundthwaite then follow the directions as above.
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