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Hollace,Torver, Coniston, LA21 8BH

PROPERTY TYPE

Detached Bungalow

BEDROOMS

3

BATHROOMS

1

SIZE

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TENURE
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Freehold

Key features

  • Detached bungalow
  • Private garden
  • Panoramic fell and country views
  • Originally built in the 1960’s
  • Double Garage

Description

The sale of Hollace represents an excellent opportunity to purchase a superbly and enviably positioned three bedroom detached bungalow.

 

Situated on a magnificent plot with delightful private garden, breathtaking panoramic fell and country views across the valley towards Coniston old Man and the Coniston fells. Originally built in the 1960’s Hollace is substantially and well constructed with blocks under a pitched slate roof. The property has been lovingly cared for and benefits from recent internal and external painting, new carpets and new facias.

The property could easily be reconfigured, extended and possibly benefit from a loft conversion to create a fabulous dwelling. With adjoining double garage/workshop and garden which surrounds the property. A light and airy property with stunning large picture windows to the front providing amazing and prominent country views across the well established garden.

The property will suit a variety of buyer as has been enjoyed as both a family residence and retirement property. Although it will also be equally suitable as a holiday home/ holiday let.

Torver is a small rural hamlet set within the Lake District National Park approximately 1.75 miles south of the popular village of Coniston which provides a wide variety of amenities including shops, petrol station, churches and school. Torver is just west of Coniston Water a popular spot for visitors of The Lakes as the areas third largest lake. Made famous for its connections with Donald Campbell, John Ruskin and Arthur Ransome. To the west of the village stand the imposing Coniston Fells; Coniston Old Man, Wetherlam and Swirl Howe. Paths to Coniston Old Man and Dow Crag are easily accessible with a variety of country walks from the door step. The central Lakes are easily accessible, it is also convenient for the busy market town of Ulverston and transport routes on the A590 trunk road providing good access to the M6. There are two pubs and a small deli in Torver (5 minutes walk) and the village of Coniston is a 30 minutes walk away with a choice of popular Lakeland pubs, the village brewery and local shops.

Accommodation

Steps leading up to UPVC front door into:

Porch

UPVC double glazing, polished slate floor with internal glazed door leading into:

Hallway

Wide hallway with large airing cupboard housing cylinder. Loft is partially boarded providing excellent storage facility with electric and has potential to expand into and create additional rooms.

Hall leading off to:

Living Room
5.28m x 4.05m (17'3" x 13'3")

Well proportioned room with gas fire, slate hearth and stone surround. Magnificent views over the adjacent country side over Coniston Old Man, Wetherlam and Swirl How. TV point.

Kitchen
3.68m x 2.89m (12'0" x 9'5" )

Selection of wall and base units with stainless steel sink unit with double draining board with mixer tap, electric cooker point, part wall tiled and plumbing for washing machine. Enjoying a quiet and lovely view over the rear garden. Walk in pantry, rear cloaks area, housing electric meter, boiler and consumer unit. Side door leading to:

Secondary Porch

External door with internal access into the garage.

Main Hall Way leads into:

Front Bedroom One
5.31m x 3.02m (17'5" x 9'10" )

Extremely spacious double room with a comprehensive selection of fitted wardrobes and dresser. Stunning panoramic views across the garden towards with far reaching views towards Coniston Old Man and Wetherlam amongst others.

Rear Bedroom Two
3.91m x 3.01m (12'9" x 9'10" )

Good sized double room with attractive views over the rear garden.

Rear Bedroom Three
3.18m x 2.87m (10'5" x 9'4" )

Good sized double room.

Shower Room

Wet room with shower and pedestal wash hand basin. Majority wall tiled and floor tiled with extractor fan. Electric under floor heating.

Separate WC

Outside

Hollace is superbly positioned on a 0.65 acre plot. Approached by a private tarmacked drive, over a cattle grid with a side gate leading to generous parking and turning area. Including a double garage/workshop with electric roller door, with mechanic pit. Separate WC and rear stable door.

The extensive and delightful gardens surround the property with a mixture of well established mature shrubs and bushes along with more natural areas to the side and rear. With various vantage points providing magnificent panoramic fell and country views.

Directions

Head South from Coniston for approximately 1.5 miles arriving in Torver, turn left after the Public House, continue over the bridge and turn first left again and the property is slightly elevated and set back on the right hand side.

Services

Services Mains Water & electricity. Private drainage. LPG central Heating

Tenure

Freehold. Vacant possession on completion.

Council Tax Band

E

Directions

Head south from Coniston for approximately 2.5 miles arriving in Torver. Continue past Saint Lukes Parish Church on the left and the Wilsons Arms on the right. Turn immediately left after The Church House Inn, over the bridge turn left again and the property can be found on the right.

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Garage
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Hollace,Torver, Coniston, LA21 8BH

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Matthews Benjamin, Ambleside

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Matthews Benjamin, Ambleside

Matthews Benjamin was established in Windermere in 1993 by local property experts David Benjamin and Peter Matthews. As an independent estate agency, we specialise in house sales across Ambleside, Windermere, Lancaster and Morecambe.

Since our establishment, we have earned an excellent reputation based on trust, expertise, and care. This has been developed from a family business run by only local people with extensive knowledge and love of the local area. We put our clients at the heart

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