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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Sanderson Fold, Crosthwaite, Kendal, Cumbria LA8 8BW

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Property Description

Key features

  • Delightful period three bedroom country cottage
  • Idyllic setting within the Lake District National Park
  • South facing with un-interrupted views
  • Detached garage, out buildings and four acres of land

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Location: From Kendal take the Underbarrow and Crosthwaite Road following the road up Greenside over the Kendal By-Pass down into the village of Underbarrow and on entering the village of Crosthwaite take the right turning by The Smithy onto a lane. Follow the lane up passing a row of cottages on your left onto a farm track that leads you up through the fields. Proceed through a gate and as the track splits take the left fork and continue along into Sanderson Fold.

From Windermere follow the Lyth Valley road from Bowness on Windermere through the village of Winster and turn left to Crosthwaite just before heading off down the Lyth Valley. Proceed through the village past the primary school, the Punchbowl Inn and the Church. After passing a junction with two small roads down to the right continue for a short way coming to The Smithy on your left. Then continue as above.

Crosthwaite has a vibrant village community together with primary school, church and award winning restaurant pub.  

Description: Sanderson Fold stands in a slightly elevated position set within four acres of land and gardens, on the fringe of the popular South Lakeland Village of Crosthwaite, enjoying fine southerly views across the surrounding landscape of the Lake District National Park. Inside you will find the vendors have created a warm and welcoming atmosphere that blends 21st century comforts with period charm and character. The garage and outbuildings offer the new owners plenty of space to work or play and the delightful south facing garden takes in the open southerly aspect with sun all day long. The next step is an appointment to view.

Note: Plans have been drawn up for extending the existing house to create a ground floor bedroom with an en-suite and a large living / dining kitchen. Plans are available in the office for inspection.
 

Accommodation with approximate dimensions:  

Ground Floor  

Dining Kitchen a welcoming entrance with glazed panelled door and views across the surrounding countryside down to the distant Kent Estuary. Fitted with an attractive range of cream shaker style units incorporating drawer fitments and concealed lights. Complementary solid wood work surfaces with painted panelled splash backs and inset white enamel bowl and half sink. Integrated dishwasher, slot in oven with halogen hob with cooker hood over. Arched display alcove, exposed beam, radiator and stainless steel socket. Concealed Worcester Bosch oil fired boiler.  

Inner Hall with original timber staircase to first floor. Useful under stairs cupboard / wine store.  

Living Room a delightful room with far reaching views over the South Lakeland landscape as far as the eye can see. Feature arched panelled window with limestone surround, panelled window and door to canopy porch and the front garden. Original built in timber wall cupboards and drawers. Splendid Lakeland slate ingle nook fireplace with oak surround, deep hearth and wood burning stove. Two radiators, exposed beam.  

Utility Room panelled window with deep sill, fitted shelving and drawers. Solid wood work surfaces, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Space for fridge freezer, radiator.  

First Floor  

Landing with oak staircase, exposed beams, radiator.  

Bedroom 1 (front) enjoying fine southerly views down to the Kent Estuary, panelled window with deep sill, radiator. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and shelving for linen.  

Bathroom complementary part-tiled walls and a four piece suite comprising; panel bath with shower mixer, pedestal wash hand basin, WC and separate shower cubicle with Mira shower. Radiator, extractor fan and panelled window with views.  

Inner Landing with exposed beam. 

Bedroom 2 (front) again with fine southerly views, radiator and exposed timbers. Panelled window and deep sill.  

Bedroom 3 (front) panelled window with deep sill and fine views. Exposed beams, wall light point, radiator and telephone point.  

Outside:  

Detached Garage/Workshop of timber construction with metal roof and sliding door. Power and Light. Ideal for those with hobbies in mind.

 

Stone & Slate Store with power and light.  

Stone & Slate former WC now in use as a log store.  

Land and gardens Land - The land and gardens extend to nearly four acres on a gently sloping site.

There is ample parking and turning to the front of the garage. The gardens are well tended being mainly laid to lawn with mature trees including fruit trees and a paved terrace to the front on which to sit and enjoy sun all day long enjoying the splendid views that surround.  

Services: mains electricity, mains water. Private drainage to septic tank. Oil central heating. 

Tenure: Freehold. 

Council Tax: South Lakeland District Council - Band F 

Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Hackney & Leigh - Kendal Office. 

Energy Performance Certificate: The full Energy Performance Certificate is available on our website and also at any of our offices. 


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30 June 2016

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