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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

4 Havera, Sedbergh, Cumbria

Sold STC £184,500

Property Description

Key features

  • A most attractive rendered and slate roofed dwelling house.
  • Large plot with good sized gardens to both front and rear.
  • Lounge and dining kitchen.
  • Stylishly refitted bathroom/w.c.
  • Three bedrooms.
  • Attic room, currently used as a home office.
  • Upvc double glazing and gas fired central heating.
  • Two highly useful garden sheds/stores.
  • Superb edge of town location with fabulous views across Sedbergh and of the surrounding fells
  • Cumbrian Local Occupancy Conditions apply.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A most attractive three bedroom semi-detached house offering neatly presented family accommodation including an attic conversion. Upvc double glazed throughout. Good sized gardens. Two sheds. Excellent edge of town location with fabulous views. Local Occupancy Conditions Apply. Energy Rating "C".

Directions
From the centre of Sedbergh proceed in an easterly direction along the A684 Station Road. Turn right onto Highfield road, signposted to Howgill. Follow the road to a junction and turn left onto Howgill lane. Follow the road up a slight hill which bends to the left passing a recreation ground. Number 4 Havera will be found on Howgill lane on the left-hand side.

Location
The property occupies a delightful location fronting onto Howgill Lane with excellent views from the front of Winder [one of the Howgill Fells] and across Sedbergh to the rear.

The historic town of Sedbergh, famous for its school and bookshops, is wholly located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Sedbergh is an attractive town with many historically important buildings as well as a good range of shops, a regular market, a primary school, a renowned private school, cafes, pubs and a church. The town nestles at the foot of the Howgill Fells and is well placed for junction 37 of the M6 motorway and for access into the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District.

Outside
The house occupies a generously proportioned plot with good sized lawned gardens to both front and rear.

The rear garden also has two attractively laid out, stone paved patios and a stone paved pathway which leads to a rather splendid timber garden shed with a pitched slate roof - every man's dream!

To the side of the house is a workshop/store.

Services
All mains services. Gas fired central heating.

PLANNING
The foundations for an extension have been laid to the rear of the property where it was intended to extend the lounge. Planning permission has not been applied for and therefore the extension was not built. Interested parties who may wish to complete an extension should discuss their intentions with the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, telephone number 01969 650456.

LOCAL OCCUPANY CONDITION
The occupancy of the property is restricted to those who have lived in the County of Cumbria for the last three years and to those who are employed or about to be employed in the County of Cumbria.


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21 September 2015

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