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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Hiddenbeck Barn, TALLENTIRE, Cockermouth, Cumbria

Guide Price £330,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Barn Conversion
  • Three Bedrooms (One En-Suite)
  • Many Original Features
  • Large Enclosed Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Hiddenbeck Barn was formerly a threshing barn and has been carefully designed to retain the inherent character of the original building and features such as exposed stone walls and ceiling beams. The accommodation briefly comprises of:- lounge, dining kitchen, study and separate utility room. To the first floor are three bedrooms, one en-suite, and the family bathroom. The period courtyard setting of this Grade II Listed property includes designated parking to the front, whilst to the rear is a large enclosed garden with far reaching views over rolling countryside towards the Solway Coast.

Tallentire is a pretty village in West Cumbria approximately three miles north of the market town of Cockermouth. This popular rural village, with its award winning pub, is within easy assess of Bridekirk Primary School and within Cockermouth Secondary Catchment area. With countryside views and only minutes away from the Lake District National Park and the Solway Coast, this is a sought after village location.

Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

From our office on main street head west along Crown Street, at the roundabout take the second exit onto Gote Road, continue up the hill to the next roundabout taking the second exit onto the A594, after approximately one and a half miles turn right, follow this road until entering the village of Tallentire. Proceed through the one way system heading out of the village taking a right turn on the junction by the open grassed area and Hiddenbeck Barn can be found immediately on the left hand side.

Property ref: 121_2231_3742323

The front of the property is approached by a shared driveway with designated parking for two vehicles. To the rear of the property is a large cottage garden with well stocked herbaceous borders, lawned areas, fruit trees, vegetable plots and a rose arbour. Paved seating area and decked sun terrace, taking in the surrounding views across rolling fields, the Solway Coast and beyond.

Family Bathroom 
4.20m x 2.65m (13' 9" x 8' 8").
This large and impressive bathroom consists of:- roll top bath with claw feet, chrome mixer tap and shower head, pedestal wash hand basin, Victorian style high level WC, and double sized shower with glass shower screen and chrome thermostatically controlled shower. Heated towel rail, light oak laminate style flooring with complementary coloured tiles to dado height and shower surround.

Bedroom 1 
5.25m x 4.30m (17' 3" x 14' 1").
Unusually spacious and light dual aspect double bedroom with windows to the front and rear elevations taking in the rural views to the Lakeland fells. Reclaimed wood flooring, exposed timber beams and roof frames.

Bedroom 2 
5.70m x 3.00m (18' 8" x 9' 10").
Double sized bedroom with window to front elevation, again with the characterful features of this property, also benefits from en-suite facilities.

En-Suite Shower Room 
Comprising of wash hand basin, low level WC, shower cubicle with electric shower.

Bedroom 3 
4.70m x 2.15m (15' 5" x 7' 1").
This single or guest sized double room enjoys views across the Solway Coast from the rear elevation window, exposed roof timbers and stone walls.

Kitchen Diner 
5.70m x 5.25m (18' 8" x 17' 3").
Again the care and attention to detail can clearly be seen in this room being fitted with a bespoke "Second Nature" range of base and wall mounted units with complementary oak work surfaces, incorporating a Belfast sink with mixer tap and integral dish washer, solid wood central island comprising of wine rack and further storage. The main feature of this country style kitchen is the open fireplace with exposed timber mantle and four oven electric Aga.
The dining area has ample seating for up to eight people, there are two stable style doors to the front and rear elevation and to complete the picture the exposed timber beams, stone walls and limestone flooring complement the character of the property.

4.30m x 2.85m (14' 1" x 9' 4").
Access from the living room offers good size working space for any home worker, yet could easily be used as a second reception room.

Utility Room 
4.30m x 2.25m (14' 1" x 7' 5").
Having a range of base units with complementary worktop incorporating a Belfast sink. Plumbing for dish washer and washing machine. Door providing access to rear garden.

This large bright open landing with continuing theme of exposed timber beams and stone walls, has natural light provided by a large glazed floor light, access to all first floor rooms and loft space.

5.75m x 5.25m (18' 10" x 17' 3").
Dual aspect windows to the front and rear elevations make this a lovely bright and airy room. An inglenook feature fireplace houses a multi-fuel stove set on a stone hearth; the solid elm floor, exposed timber beams, stone walls, original workings of the threshing barn and the painted wooden staircase all add to the charm of this beautiful room. Double French doors provide access to the rear of the property. Door through to kitchen diner.

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Added on Rightmove:
08 April 2015


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