2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale2 Malt Kiln Cottages, Grizebeck, Kirkby-in-Furness, Cumbria
Guide Price £199,500
- Recently refurbished to an exceptionally high standard by renowned local builders.
- Planning permission Lake District National Park Authority 7/2009/5586, copy herewith.
- Prospective buyers must note Planning Condition 3; Occupancy Condition.
- Superbly located for the Southern and Western Lakes and also for the Furness Peninsula.
- Traditionally built with stone walls and slate roofs, complimented by the sympathetic renovation project.
- Each unit contains; workshop/garage with work room above, living room, dining/kitchen, two bedrooms.
- parking for several vehicles in front of both units.
- Internal inspection is highly recommended to fully appreciate the attributes, especially the extent and quality of the accommodation.
Completely converted and renovated former redundant workshop. Two extremely spacious homes. Strategic location on the periphery of the Lake District National Park. Local Occupancy. No.1: 200 m2 (2152 ft2) No.2: 184 m2 (1980 ft2)
LOT 1 - £220,000 LOT 2 - £199,500
If approaching from the east, via the arterial A590, Kendal to Barrow-in-Furness road, at Greenodd, turn right at the roundabout and follow the A5092 for approximately five miles over Lowick High Common. Grizebeck nestles at the foot of the hill, and Malt Kiln Cottages are just beyond the road junction with the A595.
Alternatively if approaching from the south, via Askam-in-Furness at the road junction at the filling station, turn left and the cottages are just opposite.
Grizebeck is extremely well located for communication purposes, just east of the road junction between the A595 and the A5092, being the road from the A590 via Lowick.
The former workshop is situated adjacent and just north of the A595 with a southern aspect.
Local facilities in Grizebeck include a recently constructed village hall, public house and garage.
Just south of Grizebeck about 2.5 miles in the village of Kirkby-in-Furness with a village store, primary school.
Broughton-in-Furness is approximately four miles to the west and Ulverston, Barrow-in-Furness are each approximately twenty minutes drive.
SERVICES: Mains water and electricity. Shared drainage system
COUNCIL TAX: Banding B
LOCAL AUTHORITY: South Lakeland District Council. 01539 733333.
PLANNING AUTHORITY: Lake District National Park Authority 01539 724555.
LOCAL OCCUPANCY CONDITION: The property is subject to a Cumbria Local Occupancy Restriction. Occupiers of the property must have lived in the locality for the last three years or be employed in the locality for at least 9 months. Locality being: The parishes of Blawith & Subberthwaite; Broughton West; Claife; Colton; Coniston; Dunnerdale with Seathwaite; Hawkshead; Haverthwaite; Lowick; Satterthwaite; Torver; and those parts of the Parishes of Egton with Newland; and Kirkby Ireleth, which are wuthin the Lake District National Park, and the Ulverston and Furness Housing Market Area.
The defined area is shown edged red on the attached plan.
VIEWING: All viewings to be accompanied by a representative of the selling agents. Please contact our Kendal Office.
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