Tippin's Lane, Kirkby-in-Furness, Cumbria
- PROPERTY TYPE
- Fantastic and rare purchase opportunity
- A wonderful barn conversion of character
- Excellent location with easy access to town
- Gated off road parking for several vehicals
- Lovely gardens with far reaching views
- Fabulous outlooks towards Duddon Estuary
- 3 Bedrooms Master en-suite
- Two reception rooms and fitted kitchen
- A great opportunity in a handy location
- Viewing essential to appreciate this excellent property
The property is accessed by a wonderful open fronted, oak framed porch which has glazed panels to the side and gives shelter to the stable door which opens to the kitchen.
KITCHEN 13' 0" x 11' 2" (3.96m x 3.4m) The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall units with pine décor panels with a complementary woodblock, work surfacing with an inset single drainer sink with mixer tap in front of a wood framed, double glazed window. Tiling to the floor which then continues into the rear hallway and inset lights to the ceiling. Space for fridge freezer, recess and plumbing for washing machine and a slot in Rangemaster cooker with the electric hob and oven. The cooker is complemented with a cooker hood over with tiling to the splashbacks. Built-in dishwasher with matching décor panel, and space for a small breakfast dining table. Connecting door provides access to the rear hallway.
HALLWAY The hall has a stable door to the rear, built-in cupboard which houses the oil fired boiler with shelving above for airing purposes and further high level storage cupboards. Coat hooks to the wall, central heating radiator and built-in storage cupboard. Further doorways open to the inner hall and bedrooms. Velux roof light and an open archway to the Sitting/Dining room.
SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM 16' 8" x 11' 10" x 14' 9'' (5.08m x 3.61m x4.50m) A lovely bright room with a further double glazed window to the rear looking to the rear garden. Slate hearth housing a wood burning stove making pleasant focal point to the room. Light cream décor, two wall light points, two ceiling light points and double radiator. Folding glazed panel doors create a room divider. To the side of the room staircase leads to the first floor with pine handrail and spindles. Set of double glazed French doors opening to the front courtyard and matching windows to side.
FIRST FLOOR SITTING ROOM 17' 2" x 16' 1" x 12' 1'' (5.23m x 4.9m x 3.7m) This lovely room has windows to all sides which offer a fabulous aspect over the surrounding countryside and the Duddon Estuary and Lakeland Hills beyond. The views from this room are a particular feature and will be appreciated upon inspection. Partially vaulted with exposed beams and a feature wooden, timber lintel to the gable wall. Radiator, power sockets and spotlight points located to the beams. A cosy and comfortable sitting room to enjoy the fabulous aspects.
REAR HALLWAY Rear hallway has wooden flooring, half wood panelling and inset lighting to the ceiling. A door to the bathroom and folding door to the master bedroom staircase and ground floor bedrooms.
BATHROOM 10' 11" x 5' 2" (3.33m x 1.57m) The bathroom is fitted with a three-piece suite in white comprising of WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap inset to a unit with cupboard under. Shower bath with side mounted mixer tap and over bath thermostatic shower and glazed shower screen. Tiled splashbacks and painted half wood panelling to other walls with inset lights to the ceiling and extractor fan. Chrome bow fronted ladder style towel radiator. Two double glazed windows to the rear with patterned glass panes.
BEDROOM 8' 8" x 11' 0" x 8' 0'' (2.64m x 3.35m) This pleasant double bedroom has built in bedroom furniture with mirrored fronts comprising wardrobes with hanging rails and shelves, radiator, ceiling light point and power socket. Double glazed wood framed window to the front elevation.
BEDROOM 7' 7" x 11' 11" (2.31m x 3.63m) This cosy bedroom has a radiator, power sockets and ceiling light point. Pine door providing access to an understairs storage cupboard. Small double glazed window to the rear with glimpses of the rear garden.
Staircase continues from the inner hall by the bi-folding door and returns to the first floor master bedroom.
MASTER BEDROOM 16' 5" x 11' 5" (5m x 3.48m) The main area of the room has two double glazed windows to the side and a glazed door offering access to a Juliet balcony overlooking the lovely rear garden and Lakeland Hills beyond. An excellent double bedroom with exposed beam, timber features and to the side a raised plinth to a low level area with roof light, offering access to eaves storage and making a pleasant seating/display area. The bedroom has two double radiators and a door to the en-suite bathroom.
ENSUITE 10' 10" x 5' 9" (3.3m x 1.75m) Most pleasant, modern bathroom with a three-piece suite in white comprising of wash basin, above which is an illuminated mirror, traditional style chrome, towel rail and radiator combination, WC and panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Wall mounted shower spray and circular shower curtain. Exposed beams, half wood panelling in a limed finish and double glazed patterned glass window. Inset lighting to the ceiling and extractor fan.
EXTERIOR Accessed from the front from a pedestrian gate there is a flagged front patio seating area and access to the porch. The flag seating area is a sheltered, sunny and screened area away from the road via fencing, mature shrubs and bushes. Doors to the sitting room and access to the side leading round to the rear garden. Slate gravelled area leading to the other side of the property and to a pergola with a planted rockery area/raised border to the side.
The rear garden is an attractive feature of the property is a good size and offers lovely natural garden area with fabulous views over the Duddon estuary, Black Combe and Lakeland Hills. To the side the garden is laid to grass with slate flag pathway leading to the parking bay. There is a summer house set onto a flag base which offers a fabulous viewing platform over the garden, fields and estuary beyond. Behind the summer house is the slate shingle driveway which offers off-road parking for several vehicles with gated access to the communal access lane. The garden has two useful wooden storage sheds and offers most pleasing seating area with lovely sunny aspects and open views.
GENERAL INFORMATION TENURE: FREEHOLD
COUNCIL TAX BAND: E
LOCAL AUTHORITY: South Lakeland District Council
SERVICES: Main services are electricity and water, oil fired central heating, Brand new filtration system fitted 2023.
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Tippin's Lane, Kirkby-in-Furness, Cumbria
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Kirkby-in-Furness Station1.4 miles
- Askam Station1.8 miles
- Green Road Station3.4 miles
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