6 bedroom detached house for saleField Broughton Place, Field Broughton, Nr Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, LA11 6HR
- Fabulous Detached Family Home in the Cartmel Valley
- 4 Reception Room plus Kitchen, Utility & Pantry
- 6 Bedrooms & 2 Bathrooms
- Energy Rating Band:G
Location: Field Broughton Place is very well placed in the lovely Cartmel Peninsula, towards the south of the National Park about 2 miles from the foot of Windermere Lake, 2 miles from the delightful village of Cartmel, and very handy for the A590 and local rail connections. To reach the property, leave the M6 at Junction 36 for South Lakes, Barrow, and Western Lake District. After about 3 miles take the first exit left at the roundabout onto the A590 for about 6 miles to the 'Meathop' roundabout. Take the second exit for Barrow then take the second exit up Lindale Hill in the direction of Cartmel. Follow the road to the crossroads, go straight ahead and take the second right on to the Cartmel Road. Follow the road for approximately ¾ of a mile. Field Broughton Place is immediately on the right past Field Broughton Church. From Newby Bridge, take the A590 west turning off after 1.5 miles, signposted, Cartmel. On sighting Field Broughton church spire, turn immediately into the private drive before the church. Sat Nav LA11 6HR.
Description: Originally built as 'The Vicarage' for St. Peter's Church at Field Broughton. This lovely late Victorian house has all the attributes of substance and quality, typical of the period. A private house for many years: this comfortable home enjoys the delights of a country setting, yet is very well placed for access to all local amenities, to towns, transport links, and to the facilities provided by local towns. The A590 is only 5 minutes drive away, and there are railway stations at Grange-over-Sands and Cark-in-Cartmel. Ideal for the family buyer, this house has excellent principal accommodation with extensive storage and ‘usual offices'. With ample parking and 2 double garages, together with useful sheds and storage; this property is ideal for keeping up with the requirements of today's family. Beautifully presented and well maintained, this attractive house stands well in its own mature gardens, well planted with a variety of ornamental trees and shrubs. It has some very attractive views of the Cartmel Valley and towards the Lakeland Fells. This is a delightful setting, one which really does deserve close inspection by those seeking a substantial, yet manageable home in a convenient country location.
Accommodation (with approximate measurements)
The half glazed double opening doors lead into the:-
Entrance Porch with panelled ceiling and exposed sandstone. The original wide entrance door leads to:-
Welcoming Entrance Hall a feeling of space envelops you as you enter this unique home with the original servant's bell and fine aged pitch pine staircase which leads to the first floor. Glazed and leaded door to Rear Hall. Attractive cornicing, ceiling rose and dado rail. Doors to all main rooms.
Sitting Room 16' 0" x 14' (4.88m x 4.27m) an elegant room with feature marble fireplace with decorative cast iron inset and raised grate. Single sash window, TV point, cornicing, dado rail, picture rail, ceiling rose and 2 wall light points. A large square arch leads through to the:-
Music/Library Area 19' 9" x 8' 1" min (6.02m x 2.46m min) with attractive bay window with 3 sash windows, wood panelled surround and curved display cill. Additional sash window, coved ceiling and fitted book shelves. Lovely aspect into the side garden and glimpses of open fields and woodland.
Study 12' 8" x 11' 9" (3.86m x 3.58m) a spacious sunny room with cream painted fireplace with tile inset, hearth and open grate. Double sash window with wood panelled surround and display cill providing a lovely aspect into the front garden.
Dining Room 16' 4" x 13' 11" (4.98m x 4.24m) a dual aspect room with double and single sash windows with wood panelled surrounds and display cills. Cornicing, picture rail and serving hatch to rear hall. Attractive views into the garden to open countryside.
From the Entrance Hall a door leads to
Inner Hall with built-in storage cupboard, coat hooks, fitted shelves, dado rail and half glazed door to:-
Country Kitchen 16' 1" x 12' 3" (4.9m x 3.73m) a superb sunny room with attractive limed oak cabinets with wrought iron handles and drawer knobs, concealed lighting and complementary worktops incorporating the white, single drainer 'Franke' sink unit with brass verdigris mixer tap and waste disposal unit. Integrated fridge and dishwasher. Built-in cooking area with central Neff oven and hob with cupboards to both sides and large extractor canopy over with an attractive tiled wall behind. Matching dresser style unit with glazed cupboards, glass shelving, spice drawers and cupboards under. Double sash window looking into the enclosed private rear courtyard and single sash window with tiled cill looking into the gardens. Original tiled floor, door to Rear hall and door to:-
Utility Room 8' 11" x 8' 9" min (2.72m x 2.67m min) with Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and freezer etc. Fitted shelves, part tiled walls, double sash window and rear door into Courtyard. Doors to Boiler Room and Pantry.
Pantry with 2 cottage style windows and fitted shelves.
Boiler Room a superb drying room housing the Potterton oil central heating boiler and central heating controls. Sash window, fitted shelf and electric meters.
Rear Hall with back stairs to the First Floor. Half glazed and leaded door to the Main Entrance Hall. Under-stairs storage cupboard and doors to Play/Store Room, Cloakroom and Cellar.
Play/Store Room with sash window and cottage style window. Fitted shelves and coat hooks.
Cloakroom with WC and corner wash basin. Sash window.
Conservatory 18' 8" x 17' 10" plus recess (5.69m x 5.44m plus recess) a wonderful addition in 2004, this individually designed Victorian style conservatory is an added luxury and has a lovely private aspect into the garden. Built of cavity block with hardwood double glazed windows above with York stone window cills, pitched poly-carbonate roof with 2 retractable windows and Xpelair ceiling fan, double doors into the garden and door into the rear courtyard, beautiful York stone flagged floor and to complete the picture, a Jotul wood-burning stove on a raised York stone hearth with exposed stone wall behind flue.
From the Rear Hall steps lead down to the
Cellar Inner store area with doors to Wine Store and Workshop
Wine Store with cold slab and shelving.
Workshop 15' 6" x 14' 0" (4.72m x 4.27m) with central cold slab table and full length wall of additional cold slabs. This is an ideal space for DIY enthusiasts or a Hobbies Room.
From the Main Entrance Hall the beautifully hand-crafted fine pitch pine return staircase leads to the First Floor.
Half Landing with large glazed and leaded tall window with wood panelled surround and display cill providing excellent views up the valley towards towards the Lakeland Fells in the distance.
Spacious Landing with cornicing, picture rail, ceiling rose and dado rail. Door to back stairs/Housekeepers Suite/Independent accommodation.
Bedroom 1 15' 10" x 14' 0" max (4.83m x 4.27m max) a superb sunny room with a lovely rural outlook from the double sash window with wood panelled surround and display cill. An excellent range of fitted bedroom furniture is included in the sale: 3 double and 3 single wardrobes and corner dressing table unit. Cornicing and picture rail.
Bedroom 2 16' 0" x 14' 1" (4.88m x 4.29m) a light, spacious room with a dual aspect with 2 sash windows with wood panelled surrounds and display cills providing views to Field Broughton Church and glimpses of Hampsfell beyond. Cornicing and picture rail.
Bedroom 3 14' 0" x 12' 10" max (4.27m x 3.91m max) a sunny room with fitted corner cupboard and pedestal wash hand basin with tile splash back. Double sash window with wood panelled surround and display cill. Picture rail. Lovely views into the garden and to Field Broughton Church.
Bathroom 1 having a 4 piece peach suite with brass accessories and complementary part tiled walls consisting of larger than average panelled bath with Victorian style shower attachment to taps and shower over. Vanitory wash hand basin with display surround with fixed wall mirror and shaver light over. Bidet and low flush WC. Sash window with wood panelled surround and display cill, dado rail, picture rail and wall mounted heater.
From the Rear Hall the back stairs leads to the 'House Keeper's Quarters'. There is also access from the Main landing.
Landing with stairs to Second Floor. Sash window with wood panelled surround providing views up the Cartmel Valley towards the Lakeland Fells in the distance. Airing cupboard housing the pre-lagged hot water cylinder and slatted shelves.
Bedroom 4 12' 6" x 12' 4" (3.81m x 3.76m) having a double sash window with wood panelled surround providing excellent open country views towards Whitestone and Chapel House Woods with the Lakeland range in the distance. Recessed shelves and picture rail.
Bathroom 2 replaced in 2009 this stylish modern bathroom has a 4 piece white suite with chrome accessories. Comprises raised double ended deep square bath with central tap; shower enclosure with curved sliding doors and Mira shower. Roca wash basin and low flush WC all beautifully complemented by the half tiled walls and ceramic tiled floor. 2 sash windows, extractor fan, shaver light and inset ceiling down-lights. Beautiful scenic country views.
Landing with roof-light, cottage style window and built-in cupboard housing the water tank.
Bedroom 5/Sitting Room 14' 1" x 12' 0" (4.29m x 3.66m) a lovely sunny room with a splendid view into the garden, Field Broughton Church and down the Valley towards the historic village of Cartmel and Hampsfell from the cottage style window with deep display cill. Slate fireplace with open grate and timber mantel. Fitted shelves.
Bedroom 6/Play Room 16' 0" x 7' 5" (4.88m x 2.26m) with 2 cottage style windows (1 with deep display cill), loft hatch and under eaves access. Panoramic views up the Valley over open fields towards Whitestone and Chapel House Woods with the Lakeland Fells in the distance.
Double Garage 1 21' 10" x 18' 2" (6.65m x 5.54m) with up and over door. Power, light, work-bench and personal side door.
Double Garage 2 21' 10" x 18' 2" (6.65m x 5.54m) with up and over door. Power, light, work-bench and personal side door.
Timber Garden Store 7' 11" x 5' 11" (2.41m x 1.8m)
Parking Ample parking on the tarmac driveway and to the side and rear of the house.
Gardens and Grounds Surrounded by stone walled borders the attractive manageable gardens consist of lawns, flower beds and borders, wildlife garden, vegetable plot and circular paved sitting area in addition to the many ornamental trees and shrubs.
Enclosed Private Courtyard a wonderful sun-trap with semi-circular raised pebble bed and access to 2 stone out-houses housing coal and logs. Gated access to side drive which leads to the garages or gardens.
Bike/Garden/Machinery Store 8' 9" x 7' 3" (2.67m x 2.21m)
Services: Mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage. Oil central heating to radiators. Mains gas not available.
Council Tax: South Lakeland District Council - Band 'G'.
Tenure: Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Hackney & Leigh. Telephone: (015395) 32301.
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