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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Sunnybank, Threlkeld, CA12 4SB

Sold STC £235,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superb Views
  • Gardens to Front, Side and Rear
  • LPG Central Heating
  • Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A good three bedroom semi-detached house elevated in the sought after village of Threlkeld close to the popular Lakeland Town of Keswick within the National Park.

Set amongst some of Lakelands most dramatic scenery at the very foot of Blencathra with first floor views to St Johns in the Vale and the Borrowdale Fells to the right. Threlkeld itself boasts a Junior School, Post Office, two well regarded hotels/inns, coffee shop and popular cricket team and village hall with active social scene, has good transport links via the A66 West to the Northern Lakes or East to Penrith and the M6 motorway.

The good sized accommodation is arranged over two floors with a fully floored loft space, boasts LPG central heating, wood double glazing and is currently configured with hall, through lounge, kitchen with breakfast bar, utility, conservatory/sun room, landing, three first floor bedrooms and bathroom, gardens to the front and rear and roadside parking for one car with additional communal parking.

Entered by way of solid wood front, door into:

Hallway: 12' x 5'11" (3.67m x 1.81m). Delft rail, cloaks cupboard and double-glazed window providing open views to Mell Fell. Stairs form a large 5' alcove area for computer workstation or similar. Telephone point. Panel doors to:

Lounge: 17'10" x 11'6" (5.45m x 3.51m). Double aspect feature providing views to both Clough Head and Blencathra, cast iron coal effect LPG fire set into an open grate with brick detail and raised stone hearth, mineral stone front and wooden lintel over, tongue and groove ceiling, TV point.

Kitchen: 11'11" x 11'5" over all (3.63m x 3.49m). A good range of light wood wall and base units with open corner display shelves, under-cupboard lighting, laminate work surface, part forming breakfast area, 1½ bowl coloured composite sink, built in eye level 'AEG' double oven and grill, plumbing for dishwasher, housing for fridge/freezer, tiled splash backs, 'Bosch' four ring ceramic hob with 'Bianco' extractor over, tongue & groove ceiling with three-light spotlight, and parquet flooring.

Door to rear passageway with storage cupboard and pine-panelled ceiling and:

Utility/Store: 6'6" x 5'10" (1.78m x 1.99m). Plumbing for washer, formica work top, wall shelving 'Vaillant' LPG boiler, pine-panelled ceiling.

W.C: 5'10" x 2'8" (1.78m x .63m). Close coupled W.C, radiator, painted brick walling, pine-panelled ceiling.

Conservatory/Sun Room: 10' x 7'10" (3.06m x 2.43m). With fell and countryside views, pine panelling, Perspex roof, access door to front, double sliding aluminium patio doors to rear, double radiator.

From the hallway a straight staircase with painted banister and spindles rises to the first floor landing, and:

Bedroom 1: 12' x 11'4" (3.66m x 3.47m). Window to rear with views to Blencathra, a good range of fitted wardrobes and over bed storage cupboards in pine, radiator.

Bedroom 2: 11'5" x 11'4" (3.47m x 3.49m). Views to the rear, a wall of fitted wardrobes, radiator, access to good sized loft space with velux.

Bedroom 3: 8'6" x 8'3" (2.59m x 2.51m). Far reaching views to the front, exposed floorboards, radiator.

Bathroom: 7'9" x 5'11" (2.36m x 1.81m). Three piece in white, low W.C, pedestal wash basin, bath with dark wood side panel, 'Mira' mains pressure shower and folding glass screen over, radiator, 'Expelair and Respatex' style cladding to all walls.

Loft: Fully floored loft space, comprising a den/hobby area, 11'6" x 9' with further under eaves storage, pine panelled ceiling, velux roof light, power point and light and off which is a storage area of 11'3" x 9' with hardwood floor with further under eave storage.


To the Front: The property is slightly elevated from the road with a grass bank, paved steps with hand rail, owner has provided a single parking space at road level, with further lay-by parking, there is a pretty cottage style garden to the front with natural stone walling, paved pathways, flower borders and mature potted plants on bark-chipping areas.

To the Side: Is a paved patio with trellis, herb garden and rose arbour.

To the Rear: Is a good garden with lawn, mature shrubs, pergola with seat and slate table, and two covered cycle/garden storage units, the whole under the majesty of Blencathra to the other side of the fence.

Agents Note: Land to the side of the property may shortly be available which if purchased would allow more garden, or could be utilised as an allotment for example.

Services: Mains electric, water & drainage.

Directions: From Keswick take the A66 East towards Penrith, take the first left, turn towards Threlkeld Village, enter the village and take the left turn onto Blease Road, proceed up the hill and Sunny Bank can be found on the right hand side after the car park and towards the edge of the Village.

Agents Notes: LPG Central Heating, 'Free Sat' TV installed, certified electrics, cavity wall insulation. Tax Band: C Post Code: CA12 4SB

Tenure: We are advised the property is Freehold. Confirmation is being sought from solicitors

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Added on Rightmove:
10 October 2016

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