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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Beanthwaite Farm, Grizebeck, Kirkby-in-Furness

Under Offer £299,500

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Thought to date back to the 1600's this impressive four bedroom detached farmhouse is offered for sale with versatile use and is pleasantly set within grounds that provide beautiful panoramic countryside views over the valley to the Duddon Estuary, Black Combe Mountain and beyond. Located to the edge of the Lake District National Park, Beanthwaite Farm has immense charm and character throughout with traditional exposed timber beams, latched doors, inglenook style fireplace and pot belly stove are just a few to mention. The accommodation comprises to the ground floor; lounge, kitchen, ground floor cloaks/WC, dining/breakfast room, utility room and bedroom four. To the first floor access is given to two good sized useful loft storage areas, there are three further double bedrooms (one with shower and WC), a bathroom and separate shower room are ideally located to either end of the landing. Externally there is an attached barn with potential for further development (subject to any planning consents), stone built store/garage, superb rear garden with lawns, patios, decked seating area for outdoor dining, magnificent open views as stated, fenced paddock with stream which we are advised is approximately one acre, extensive parking. Further benefits from having oil central heating, part uPVC double glazing and some traditional style leaded windows. In recent years the current vendors have traded the premises as a seasonal bed and breakfast attracting tourists visiting the Lake District. The property overall provides plenty of potential and scope for versatile usage and buyers would be advised to seek advice on any relevant planning/change of use if required. Alternatively the property would appeal to anyone looking to reside in a village location with a love of gardens and views.
Energy Rating F

Surrounded and enclosed by a traditional Lakeland dry stone walling, mostly laid to lawn with established plants and trees, patio areas and decked seating area. There is a separate paddock area with stream. Overall superb panoramic views can be enjoyed. There is an attached barn, stone store/garage and extensive parking.

5.26m x 4.88m
This superb space offers versatile use and comprises timber beams, leaded timber framed window, water, power and light. Also houses the spring water tank and filter system which supplies the main house.

Bedroom One 
4.2m x 3.99m
Comfortable double room with two double glazed windows facing the front aspect, fitted wardrobes and drawers, shower cubicle, WC and sink unit.

Bedroom Two 
3.43m x 2.74m
Having timber framed double glazed window facing the front aspect and radiator.

Shower Room 
Fitted with low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle with electric shower and extractor fan. There is linoleum flooring and part tiling to the walls.

Bedroom Three 
2.82m x 2.64m
Having timber framed double glazed windows facing to the front aspect, storage cupboard and timber beam to ceiling.

Fitted with a three piece suite comprising of shell style pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and bath with tiled panel. There is a feature glazed leaded style skylight window and radiator.

Utility Room 
4.78m x 2.62m
With recessed leaded windows, bath and radiator. A feature glazed timber door leads to the garden.

4.04m x 3.1m
Having a good range of fitted wall, base and drawer units, some black splash back tiling to walls, tiled effect linoleum flooring, electric oven/grill combined, ceramic hob, stainless steel drainer sink unit with mixer tap, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge/freezer, radiator, recessed uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect providing lovely open views. Traditional latched timber doors leads to the cloaks/WC and dining/breakfast room.

Bedroom Four 
4.95m x 2.77m
Having attractive feature tiled fireplace opening with stone lintel above and further stone detailing over and seated sill with leaded window.


GF Cloaks/WC 
Having two timber framed leaded windows, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Also houses the oil central heating boiler.

Breakfast/Dining Room 
3.28m x 3.86m
Can be accessed from the lounge and kitchen this spacious versatile room has a radiator, timber framed windows to the side and rear aspects and under stairs storage. A spindled stair case leads to the first floor and a timber feature glazed door leads to the garden.

Stairs and Landing 
Spindled stair case with access to separate spacious loft areas, radiator, attractive timber beams, wall and ceiling lights, traditional timber doors lead to three bedrooms, shower room and bathroom.

Extensive gravelled area to the side aspect with double gated access and driveway.

Please note 
Some rooms are of an irregular shape therefore the room sizes are approximate. Furthermore, the size of the land has not been verified by this office. Additionally, prospective buyers are informed that the property has a septic tank.


4.8m x 4.52m
Lovely traditional style room with timber beamed ceiling centred around a beautiful inglenook style opening fireplace with cast iron pot bellied stove, recessed multi pane leaded window to the front aspect and an access door alongside. Also to the room is a radiator. Traditional latched timber doors lead to the kitchen, breakfast/dining room, bedroom four and the utility room.

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29 September 2016

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