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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

The Byre, Mosedale, Penrith, CA11 0XQ

Sold STC £395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming Detached Barn Conversion
  • Character and Charm
  • Detached Workshop/Studio
  • Wrap Around Garden and Open Views

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A most charming three bedroomed detached barn conversion with a host of retained character and charm in a peaceful setting within a quintessential Cumbrian hamlet within the Lake District National Park and set to the foot of the Blencathra range. Having wrap around gardens and grounds, additional small enclosed paddock and stone/block built detached workshop/studio. The living accommodation is arranged 'reverse plan' with the main open plan living space to the first floor and three characterful bedrooms, utility room, stylish bathroom and further shower room to the ground floor.

Mosedale itself is set to the fringe of Caldbeck Common, is a village with a popular village hall, a true local core and is set within the catchment of Keswick School with school transport door to door daily. Positioned some 4 miles from the A66 trunk road, with easy access East to Penrith and the M6 motorway, West to the better known Market Town of Keswick and the Western Lakes or North to Caldbeck and the border City of Carlisle.

Presented to a high standard by the present owners, this liveable home would suit a variety of purchasers and must be viewed to appreciate the quality on offer and the splendour of its setting.

Accessed to the side with gravel driveway and additional gravel parking and entered to the first floor via traditional stone outside stairs with wooden handrail and a part glazed stable door into:

Living/Dining/Kitchen: 27'2" x 17'8" (8.30m x 5.39m). An open plan living space with a wealth of traditional features including exposed stonework and exposed original 'A' frame beams, stone fire place and stone hearth housing cast iron 'Morso Badger' cast iron multi fuel stove, exposed window reveals, oak flooring, radiator, room for dining table.

Kitchen: 10'3" x 7'9" (3.14m x 2.37m). An open plan bespoke kitchen, well fitted with a range of kitchen base units in cream shaker style with polished granite work surface, 1½ bowl square enamel sink, integral fridge, two oven 'Rangemaster' LPG range cooker with five ring top and chrome and glass extractor over, Bosch slim line dishwasher, LED kick plate lights, solid oak floor, window with stone sill, recessed ceiling lights and illuminated glass shelving.

A single turn staircase with stained wood balustrade, descends to the ground floor hallway and doors to:

Master Bedroom: 15'6" x 13'7" (4.33m x 4.15m). Windows to two sides, part wooden flooring, original beams, radiator, recessed lighting, under stairs store cupboard.

Bedroom 2: 12'1" x 11'2" (3.70m x 3.41m). Part exposed stone walls, recessed lighting, beamed ceiling, double radiator.

Bedroom 3: 11'3" x 8'3" (3.42m x 2.33m). Double aspect with stone reveals, heritage roof light, part stone wall, double radiator, wooden flooring.

Shower Room: 5' x 4'4" (1.54m x 1.33m). Three- piece suite in white comprising WC, wall hung basin, shower enclosure with mains pressure shower, dimplex wall heater, extractor fan, white curved ladder style towel radiator, tiled floor.

Utility Room: 11'3" x 7'8" (3.42m x 2.35m). Having a range of kitchen wall and base units in grey with laminate work surface, inset 1½ bowl stainless steel sink, tiled splash backs, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, sandstone floor, ½ glazed external stable door, heritage roof light.

Bathroom: 11' x 8'4" (3.35m x 2.50m). A stylish family bathroom housing a modern four-piece suite comprising WC with concealed cistern, semi-circular wash hand basin with twin 'his & hers' bowls and stylish feature taps, free standing bath on black supports and duel controls and rainfall shower head, built in cupboard, double radiator, part exposed stone walls, flagstone flooring, stone mosaic splashbacks, recessed lighting, window with oak sill and heritage roof light.


Workshop: 15'6" to 9' x 11' to 5'11" (4.37m to 2.74m x 3.35m to 1.80m). Block built and stone faced, power, light, work benches and roof truss storage.

The Byre is set to the side of a tarmac single track no through road and approached through a five bar farm style gate to gravel driveway parking, the property is surrounded by tended natural lawns with outcrops of rock to the rear elevation. There is a very pretty yard and cobbled seating area with natural stone walling and planted stone troughs, beyond is a natural pond with flowering waterlilies and irises, natural planting and mature silver birch trees.

To the other elevation are more natural tended lawns, wooden storage sheds, wood store and access to a paddock with further natural outcrops and mature oak trees, the property as a whole is surrounded by natural stone walling and open Lakeland scenery.

Services: Mains Electric, Water & Septic Tank.

Directions: From Keswick, take the A66 in the direction of Penrith, pass Threlkeld and onwards, climb and pass Scales and the White Horse Public House on the left, continue until the road turns to three lanes, take the first road junction to the left sign posted Mungrisdale, Caldbeck. Pass through Mungrisdale and onward, after approximately another two miles you enter Mosedale village, take the first left turn and with the village hall on your left, The Byre is adjacent on the right hand side.

Agents Notes: Oil fired central heating, timber framed double glazing, latch doors with brass fittings throughout.
Tax Band: E Post Code: CA11 0XQ

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

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24 August 2016

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