3 bedroom cottage for saleThe Garth, Uldale, Cumbria, CA7 1HA
Sold STC £325,000
- A Wealth of Retained Character & Charm
- Beautiful Fell Views
- Gardens & Garage
- Three Bedroom Lakeland Cottage
Located in a quiet area of the Lake District, this most charming traditional double fronted cottage is full of character and original features, yet fully modernised to provide good accommodation which makes the most of this lovely setting.
The Garth dates back to 1728 and has undergone thoughtful and considerate refurbishment that has resulted in comfortable, inviting living space of considerable appeal, with original fireplaces, heavily beamed ceiling, latched doors and slate floors. Both bathrooms have white suites and all bedrooms are doubles with one room occupying the attractive mezzanine level. The garden room is particularly pleasing, being open to the lovely well stocked rear garden by way of wall-length windows and patio doors. The property also benefits from an integral garage.
The outlook is over open pastures to the Uldale fell range. The village has its own public house, also a tea room/art gallery. The famous Overwater Restaurant is close by, as is the neighbouring village of Ireby offering its own amenities.
The unspoilt village of Uldale is at the northern end of the Lake District National Park, surrounded by the Uldale fell range, just a short drive to the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake and 15 minutes into the lively popular centre of Keswick and Derwent Water.
Entrance: By way of solid oak door with small leaded window inset.
Porch: Slate floor, dual aspect windows, open lintel lined doorway with date stone leads to the lounge.
Lounge: 12'5" x 12'1" (3.7m x 3.6m). Original sandstone lined recessed fireplace with flagged hearth and oak lintel over, cast iron multi-fuel stove inset, beams to ceiling and open walkway to the dining room.
Dining Room: 15' max x 8'7" (4.5m max x 2.6m). Beamed ceiling, window to the front of the property (these two rooms measure 22'3" (6.8m) through).
From the lounge, a latched door leads to the stairwell with slated floor, storage cupboards and inset ceiling lights.
Kitchen: 8'9" x 9' (2.6m x 2.7m). Lovely rustic pine kitchen with a range of fitted floor and wall units having solid wooden doors and drawers with ceramic crackle glazed pulls, alcove fitted with cooking range with tile splash backs and oak lintel over, enamel 1½ bowl square sink with brushed steel central mixer tap and drainer, slate-effect laminate work surfaces with attractive tiled splash backs, integrated and concealed dish washer, further storage cupboard, sealed slate flooring, window out to conservatory, two steps into garden room.
Garden Room: 14'1" down to 7'7" x 18'6" (4.3m down to 2.3m x 5.6m). Exceptionally nice room having a solid roof line with beams and full wall-length windows and double patio doors, solid slate floor and wall lights.
From the garden room, inner hall this is open to the rafters, offers access to the shower room and utility room. There is also a further door to the garage.
Shower Room: 10' x 4'4" (3m x 1.3m). Four-piece suite in white comprising WC, wash hand basin with moulded upstand, bidet, the shower cubicle has a mains fed chrome shower, daisy head shower and is fully tiled. The main room is tiled to dado height, has inset down lights to the ceiling and extractor fan.
Utility Room: This is open to the shower room and has wall and floor units to match the kitchen, stainless steel sink with central mixer tap, plumbed for washing machine, sealed slate flooring. There is also the 'Worcester' oil-fired central heating boiler.
From the inner hall, a staircase with pine handrail and barley twist balustrade leads to the mezzanine level bedroom.
Bedroom One: 17'7" x 10' (5.3m x 3m). Open to the rafters and having original exposed beams, two 'velux' windows and further window to the side of the property providing mountain views, tongue and groove flooring and storage cupboard with latched door.
From the stairwell adjacent to the lounge, a staircase having a pine handrail with barley twist balustrade and acorn newels, half landing and window, rises to the first floor and doors to:
Bedroom Two: 15'5" x 9'2" (4.7m x 2.8m). Open to the rafters with original beams and inset down lights, window to the front of the property and latched door to landing.
Bedroom Three: 10'4" x 12'6" (3.1m x 3.8m). Original stripped pine alcove wardrobes, cast iron fireplace with open raised dog grate and slate hearth, beams and rafters are exposed, inset down lights to ceiling and latched door to landing.
Bathroom: 8'8" x 8'9" (2.6m x 2.6m). Extremely well presented bathroom having four-piece suite comprising Victorian-style WC with raised cistern, over-sized moulded wash hand basin, free-standing bath tub set onto claw and ball feet and having chrome taps with shower attachment set onto cradle, fabulous walk-in shower with chrome fittings, curved glass walls, mains fed shower, beams to ceiling, attractive un-glazed tiles to walls, ceramic slate-effect flooring, window overlooks the rear garden and views beyond, Victorian-style radiator with towel rail incorporated.
To the front is a paved path and drive. To the rear is a paved patio, formal lawn and slate rockery and full mature shrub and perennial border, slated pathways and further rockery, concealed LPG bottles and oil storage tank, wooden pergola, further slate patio, storage shed and further concealed area with raised beds.
Garage: 17' x 10' (5.1m x 3m). With electrically operated up and over door, lighting, power and water supply.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Directions: In the village of Uldale at the crossroads turn right. The property is the white house with porch onto pavement, just before the tea rooms.
Agents Notes: Oi-fired central heating, UPVC double glazing. Tax Band: C. Post Code: CA7 1HA
Tenure: We are advised the property is freehold. Confirmation is being sought from solicitors.
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