3 Bed Other  Under-Offer  Mill End Millthrop   Sedbergh  Cumbria  LA10  - £350,000

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Dating back to the 19th century, Mill End sits along a private driveway within a small community of similar properties at Millthrop, a short distance by car or level walk on foot from Sedbergh. This cleverly converted former mill building offers versatile accommodation across two floors which would suit either the permanent or secondary residence purchaser and provides good views of Winder Fell, part of Wainwright's beloved Howgill range. Included in the sale are private fishing rights to the River Rawthey, direct access being available from the secluded, riverside garden here at Mill End.

Just 5 miles from junction 37 of the M6 and 10 miles from Auld Grey town of Kendal, Sedbergh is well placed in terms of road access to both the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales national park. Public transport options are numerous with Oxenholme Main line only 10 miles away. Private and independent schooling for primary and secondary stages are easily accessible and a host of modern day amenities and open air, weekly market are available in Sedbergh, England's official 'book town'. Millthrop is on the famous Dales Way, an 80 mile walk from Ilkley to Bowness on Windermere, popular with tourists throughout the year.

The accommodation at Mill End is currently set out over two floors with kitchen and bathroom facilities to each level. However, the layout does offer several options for re-working the existing design of the three bedrooms, two spacious bathrooms and two kitchens to suit the purchaser's individual requirements and to make best use of the available space. Fine fell views can be enjoyed from the rear of the first floor across to Winder Fell whilst views from the front provide an outlook over the driveway to the garden and river beyond. The house has a charm and warmth throughout with interesting detail such as exposed stone work to the staircase adding character as well as evidence of the property's historic past.

Accessed along a private driveway, Mill End has ample parking along the same and a private, integral garage. A sunny patio to the front of the house offers well established planting , the boundary walls awash with colourful planting leading to a private area of the River Rawthey, complete with fishing rights for Mill End. Here you will find mature gardens and an open summerhouse from where to sit and take in the delightful sights and sounds at the water's edge.

Services Mains Water & Electricity
Gas Fired Central Heating
Private Drainage - Septic Tank.

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