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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Kelda Garth, Duddon Bridge, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria


Property Description

Key features

  • Very recently renovated
  • Traditional three double bedroom semi- detached house
  • Within the Lake District National Park
  • Close to the Duddon Estuary
  • Idyllic rural location
  • Ideal for permanent or part-time occupation
  • Three reception rooms (includes large conservatory)
  • Fitted kitchen with Rayburn Range
  • Technologically advanced Rointe electric radiators
  • Commutable distance to Ulverston, Barrow and Millom

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A most spacious three double bedroom semi-detached cottage enjoying a private setting. The property has very recently been the subject of extensive modernisation and improvement providing excellent family sized accommodation. Suitable for permanent or part-time occupation. Energy Rating: G

Keldagarth is a delightfully situated and newly renovated semi-detached property of traditional Lakeland stone with a pitched slate roof. It occupies a mature and extensive situe which provides scope for further extension, subject to consents, whith a variety of native specimen trees and interesting and exotic plants.

The gardens are impressive with some rocky outcrops creating a dramatic feature and enjoy a natural water course emerging from a private spring which give the house its Viking name, 'Kelda' meaning spring and 'garth' meaning clearing or enclosure. The house has been carefully renovated, with the benefit of newly installed technologically advanced Rointe electric radiators. There is a side driveway providing parking facilities. Suitable for either permanent or holiday use.

From the M6 junction 36 follow the A590 towards Kendal. At the first Junction turn left (a continuation of the A590) following signs to the South Lakes Peninsula. Proceed through Newby Bridge and at Greenodd turn right onto the A5092. Continue on this road following signs for Broughton-in-Furness. Latterly the road becomes the A595 (after Grizebeck) and shortly after passing Broughton-in-Furness one arrives at Duddon Bridge. Continue across the bridge and take the next turn on the right signposted Corney. Continue a very short distance into Corney Fell and almost immediately turn left signposted Dower House. Continue up to the top of the lane turning to the right (signed Kelda Garth) where the property will be found at the end on the left.

Ulverston 11 miles, Windermere 24 miles, Kendal 32 miles, M6 30 miles.

Duddon Bridge is situated on the southern fringes of the Lake District National Park where the River Duddon (one of England's only Salmon rivers) flows into the Duddon Estuary. The nearby historic market town of Broughton-in-Furness provides a traditional range of amenities which are further complemented by the larger towns of Ulverston and Kendal.

Many of the attractions of the Lake District are within a comfortable drive, in particularl the beautiful and secluded Duddon Valley, the Coniston massif group of fells and within walking distance of the property, the enigmatic Black Combe with one of the UK's oldest and most complete stone circles at Swinside.

One of the principal attractions of the property are the extensive and mature gardens which contain a fine variety of native hard wood trees and indigenous and exotic plants. There is a natural water course and spring which runs through the property creating an interesting feature, as do the rocky glacial outcrops which form part of the backdrop. The gardens extend to approximately an acre and there is a side tarmacadam driveway providing parking for a number of vehicles along with brick built stores.

Mains electricity. Private water supply and septic tank drainage. Modern electric heating system.

Extending to approximately one acre, the gardens impress with some rocky outcrops creating a dramatic feature and enjoy a natural water course emerging from a private spring which give the house its Viking name, “Kelda” meaning spring and “Garth” meaning clearing or enclosure.

7.14m x 3.0m
A uPVC double glazed conservatory located on the side and overlooking the gardens. Tiled floor. Electric wall heater.

7.19m x 3.23m
A bright and spacious living room enjoying a dual aspect with views to the front and rear. Secondary glazed windows and slate fireplace with multi fuel stove. Electric wall heater.

Dining Room: 
3.3m x 2.69m
Enjoying a front aspect. Multi fuel stove set into a slate fireplace.

3.15m x 2.82m
Having a recently installed range of wall and base cupboards which incorporate a single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps with slate worktops. Recently renovated solid fuel Rayburn range cooker which also heats the water. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Supplementary built-in electric oven and hob. Down lighting to the ceiling. Staircase leads to the first floor. Wood flooring.

Bedroom No 1: 
3.2m x 3.02m
A good sized double bedroom with secondary glazed window and enjoying an excellent aspect to the front. Electric heater.

Bedroom No 2: 
3.38m x 3.1m
A double bedroom with built in double wardrobe. Enjoying a lovely rear aspect over the garden. Secondary glazed window.

Bedroom No 3: 
3.3m x 2.69m
A double room enjoying a front aspect. Secondary glazed window.

3.63m x 2.72m
A very recently installed period style bathroom with white four piece suite, including freestanding claw footed bath. Separate fully tiled shower cubicle. Pedestal wash basin and W.C. Airing cupboard housing the lagged cylinder and shelving.

There is a side driveway providing parking facilities. Kelda Garth would be ideal as a permanent residence or as a holiday home.

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05 November 2015

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