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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Near Broughton Beck, Ulverston, Cumbria


Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Farmhouse
  • Attached Barn
  • Mature Gardens
  • Open Views.
  • 3 Receptions
  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • Bath & Shower Rooms
  • EPC - E

Full description

Approx 5 miles from Ulverston, Detached stunning 1776 Farmhouse with attached barn, mature gardens and open views. Position to the perimeter of Lake District National Park, convenient for M6, Kendal, etc. Extended property, period/character features throughout, Additional land available by separate negotiation. All viewings strictly with the sole agents....

Approach - The pitch pine front door has double glazed pane and gives access from the courtyard into the hall.

Entrance Hall - 5.04m (16'6") - The hallway provides access to two of the reception rooms (2 & 3), the kitchen and inner hall. There is a blue slate flagged floor & cream décor, panel radiator with thermostat and one double power point.

Inner Hall - With slate flagged floor, Fired earth décor, access to the rear/second stairs, with radiator and power points.

First Floor Lounge - 7.67m x 5.14m (25'2" x 16'10") - The view to the front is superb with Wetherlam, Dow Cragg and Coniston Old Man mountains visible beyond the open countryside of the Crake Valley. There is an appealing recess for open fire, stone chimney breast, oak lintel, slate hearth, four pine frame double glazed windows, roughcast white, cottage-style walling, pine floor boarding, inclined and vaulted ceiling of barn-style with exposed beams and trusses, two radiators with thermostats, power points and TV aerial. A superbly proportioned room for family relaxation.

Reception Room Two (Family Room) - 8.20m x 4.06m (26'11" x 13'4") - This is an impressive family room with pine floor boarding, oak beams, ceiling height of 7'8/2.35m, cream décor and part glazed french doors to the hallway. There are three pine frame double glazed windows to the lovely gardens side and rear and a stable door with glazed opening upper half to the rear. A super fitment is the Jotol black cast multifuel stove, set to the york stone surround with hearth and mantle ledge. Six walllights, two radiators with thermostats, seven double power points and two TV aerial points.

Reception Room Three (Study) - 4.34m x 3.44m (14'3" x 11'3") - There is a Morso multifuel black cast stove to the inglenook breast recess with vertical stack, slate seat and appealing slate flagged floor. Double glazed windows to the front and side aspects looking to the courtyard. Radiator with thermostat, power points, telephone point (independent line), understairs cupboard with electric light, oak lintel to the chimney breast. A versatile room.

From the second and front hall, oak stairs with treads, handrail and spindles lead to the multi-galleried hall.

Multi-Galleried Hall (To 3 Levels Overall) - 6.96m x 6.33m (22'10" x 20'9") - This is a stunning and imposing central gallery within a converted barn, with pine flooring, oak balustrade rails and spindles, radiators, power points, telephone point, elevated ceiling of 17'4/5.30m and three double glazed windows. Separate pine latch doors to the primary lounge and master bedroom.

Kitchen Diner - 9.30m x 5.04m (30'6" x 16'6") - A stunning farmhouse kitchen with slate flagged floor, beams and ample space for both lounge and dining suites. The kitchen has been fitted with a good range of modern & quality oak base & wall units with metal hinges and wood handles, pelmet light and beige mottled pattern work surface. There is a white pot/twin bowl sink & drainer with brushed steel mixer tap, recess tiling and larder unit. Items to be included in the sale comprise of fitted cream shaded Aga with twin hot plates and twin ovens (oil fired), fitted AEG electric hob and integrated Bosch fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Two aluminium radiators, numerous power points, telephone point and spot & halogen lighting. There are windows to both the front and rear aspects to the courtyard and the gardens.
Separate pine latch doors to the entry halls.

Hallway - 3.58m (11'9") - With slate flagged floor, radiator with thermostat, one double power point, smoke alarm, also walk-in larder with slate floor, electric light & power. External door leads from this hall to the courtyard.

Utility Room - Double glazed window and pine door (part double glazed) to the rear and garden. Base units and work surface, Belfast sink unit and chrome mixer tap. There is a lovely slate flagged floor, radiator with thermostat, space for fridge freezer, plumbing for washing machine, space & vent for dryer.

Boiler Room/Cloaks - With oil Trianco boiler, extractor fan, wash basin and pedestal, WC, slate flagged floor and panel for zoned heating.

Stairway - From the entrance hall, lovely period wooden stairs with treads/handrail and Westmorland window lead to the first floor landing.

First Floor Landing - With lovely original wooden floorboards, décor is (red) Fired Earth, radiator, one power point, smoke alarm, airing cupboard with double doors and insulated hot water tank, good shelving space and electric light. Two ceiling lights. Separate timber doors are to each of the bedrooms, bath and shower room, attic staircase.

Master Bedroom - 6.24m x 5.27m (20'6" x 17'3") - An impressive room with exposed beams, pine floor boarding, three double glazed windows front and rear, 'square' porthole window, radiator with thermostat, four double power points, and telephone point. The views are excellent.

Bedroom Two - 4.07m x 4.06m (13'4" x 13'4") - With double glazed window, lower seat and facing the rear gardens which are both mature and private. Wooden floorboards, radiator with thermostat, three double power points and fuchsia shaded decor.

Bedroom Three - 3.79m x 4.10m (12'5" x 13'5") - Double glazed window with opening pane facing the rear aspect and garden, ceiling height of 8'0/2.41m, built-in wall cupboard, wooden flooring, radiator and thermostat, three double power points and integral seat to the window.

Bedroom Four - 3.53m x 3.27m (11'7" x 10'9") - A superb family room decorated in tasteful lemon with pine wooden floor boarding, pine frame double glazed window with wider cill and stunning views along the Crake Valley. Radiator with thermostat and three double power points.

Door from the first floor landing to the staircase leads to the attic/second floor.

Attic Landing - With inclined ceiling, radiator and TV aerial, power points.

Attic Area - 6m x 2.78m (19'8" x 9'1") - Double glazed Velux window, two radiators, power points, pine floor boarding.

Family Bathroom - 3.37m x 2.95m (11'1" x 9'8") - Fitted modern and attractive four piece suite in period white comprising low level bath with mixer tap and flexi track shower attachment & oak side and end panels, low level WC with oak seat, wash hand basin to vanity cabinet, walk-in shower cubicle with self-draining 'blue sparkle' base, complementary tiling, shaver point, extractor fan, panel radiator with thermostat and wooden laminate flooring. Pine double glazed window with stunning view beyond the courtyard towards Lakeland Mountains.

Shower Room - 2.86m x 2.8m (9'5" x 9'2") - With double glazed window, pine cill and faces the front and courtyard. Fitted modern three piece suite in period white with chrome effect fitments comprising Twyfords low level WC & wood seat, Trent 'oval' wash hand basin set to an oak cabinet, larger shower cubicle with Aqualisa thermostatic shower and flexi track spray. Complementary tiling, shaver point, extractor fan, panel radiator and thermostat, tubular radiator (linked to the Aga).

Gardens - Together with the superb rural, but convenient location, the property enjoys substantial and mature gardens with largely a southerly aspect. Benefitting from the enthusiastic caring by the owners, there are lovely areas of lawns with shelter, well planted borders and beds, mature trees and bushes with the adjoining fields. Relatively easy to maintain, there is a delightful private patio terrace at the rear with the wildlife ponds. Indeed the gardens are home to many species of wildlife.

Development Potential - Subject to any relevant planning permissions

From the lane, there is a private approach into the courtyard with ample parking and vehicle turning, access to the farmhouse.

Barn - 10.38 x 6.32 (34'1" x 20'9") - Of sound construction, there are twin wooden doors with width of approx 10'3/3.10 and height of 10'2/3.10m approx to the rear - and to a level garden area. The barn is of sound construction, with single door and window opening at the rear, has good (two storey) head height. Most useful, there is electric florescent lighting, one double power point and water Tap.

Additional Information - Mains electrics/ Oil central heating /Private water supply/Septic tank
Additional land available by separate negotiation, approximately 70 acres - will consider division.

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