3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleThe Stables, Hampsfield House, Windermere Road, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, LA11 6JX.
- Unique, spacious stylish living space
- Idyllic location within the National Park
- Secluded setting with fine views
- Energy Rating Band: D
Location: 'The Stables' at Hampsfield House is approximately 12 miles from the M6 at Junction 36 - 15 minutes drive away. To reach the property leave the M6 at Junction 36 for South Lakes, Barrow and Western Lake District'. After about 3 miles take the first exit and left at the roundabout onto the A590 for about 6 miles to the 'Meathop' roundabout. Take the second exit [for Barrow] and take the next exit/slip road (B5271) into Lindale. Opposite the 'Royal Oak' turn right into Windermere Road. After about ½ a mile the splayed pillared entrance at Hampsfield House is on the right. Follow the drive for approx ¾ mile to the electronic gates. Passing through the gates bear right and find 'The Stables' on the left.
Description: 'You can hardly hear a pin drop as you stand within the grounds of Hampsfield House'.
This superb country residence is situated in a beautiful tranquil setting with sylvan surrounds and commands superb views over the Valley towards the Lakeland Fells on the skyline. The fine original mansion was built in the 1880's for Sir John Hibbert, Financial Secretary to Gladstone's cabinet and exudes an air of quality, one which was sympathetically retained by the highly regarded developer 'Robert Hughes Ltd' when the property was divided into luxury apartments in 2003/04. Equipped to exceptional standards with high quality fixtures and fittings throughout, these individual, desirable residences offer seclusion and tranquility, coupled with good accessibility to local amenities, the delights of the Lake District National Park and to the main transport networks (M6 - 12 miles, Railway station at Grange 1½ miles).
Detached from the main house, The Stables and adjacent Coach House were created from the ancillary buildings, each of equally substantial high quality construction dated 1884. Transformed by the skilled imagination of Kendal architects 'Ted Fletcher', into a quite unique, spacious, light and airy home, 'The Stables' is quite simply 'stunning'. Visitors to this restful home relax into the landscape and become absorbed by the view over park-like countryside to the Lakeland Fells in the far distance - enchanting!
If you seek a combination of style, convenience and seclusion, yet at the same time want a property which is very accessible, you may need to look no further.
Accommodation (with approximate measurements)
In the time taken to travel the ¾ mile from road to house, through woodland and open fields, with panoramic views, you will have realised what a special place this is. Passing through the electronically operated gate, you will have parked at the front of 'The Stables' or in the ample Visitor's Parking area, away from the house. As you arrive, your eye will be taken by the delightful gardens and grounds and the first intimation of a special view as you walk to the front door.
Covered Entrance with inset down-lights. The hardwood door with side windows leads to:-
Spacious Entrance Vestibule as soon as you enter the vestibule you are enveloped by the feeling of comfort and space of this splendid home. Inset down-lights, cornicing, door to Garden Room and two steps up to glazed double opening doors which lead to the Lounge.
Garden Room 23'10" x 10'4" max (7.26m x 3.15m max) a superb and versatile reception room with full height picture windows and a wonderful country aspect (not a house in sight) into the garden over open fields and woodland to the Lakeland Fells beyond with Langdale Pikes in the distance. Double doors lead directly in to the garden. Built-in storage cupboards with sliding mirrored doors, inset ceiling down-lights and telephone point.
Lounge 21'9" x 17'8" into bay (6.62m x 5.38m into bay) a lovely light, airy and relaxing room with double doors into the attractive courtyard with the gentle sound of a fountain playing in the fish pool. The picture windows take full advantage of the exceptional country views to the mountain backdrop and the feature sandstone fireplace provides the focal point. The individual open tread staircase in Ash wood leads to the First Floor. Doors to Kitchen and Guest Suite. TV and telephone point.
Inner Hall with inset ceiling down-lights, window and cornicing.
Bedroom 11'5" x 10'8" (3.48m x 3.25m) a good sized double room with TV and telephone point, cornicing, inset ceiling down-lights and double doors to the Terrace. Private aspect into the garden and woodland.
En-Suite Shower Room having a 3 piece white 'Sottini' suite with chrome accessories, complemented by attractive tiling to walls and floor, comprising double shower enclosure with Aqualisa thermostatic shower and sliding doors. Vanitory wash basin and low flush WC with concealed cistern. Matching cupboards, shaver point, extractor fan, inset ceiling down-lights and ladder style radiator.
From the Lounge double doors lead to the:-
Superb Kitchen 16'0" x 15'0" max (4.87m x 4.57m max) beautifully designed by 'Webbs' of Kendal with cream cabinets, black granite worktops, concealed lighting, complementary part tiled walls, 'Franke' 1½ bowl sink unit and an excellent range of integrated appliances including washer/dryer, freezer and dishwasher, built-in electric oven with one touch ceramic hob and brushed stainless steel canopy style extractor hood over. Central work island with granite worktops incorporating built-in Microwave, integrated fridge and recessed wine rack. Built-in storage cupboard with fitted shelves, Amtico flooring, cornicing, inset ceiling down-lights, central heating controls, telephone point and side entrance door. A dual aspect room with views into the courtyard and to the rockery garden and woodland.
From the Lounge the beautiful bespoke 'Ash' open-tread staircase with spindles and balustrading leads to the First Floor.
Landing with exposed beams, cornicing, inset ceiling down-lights and 2 windows both providing stunning views over part of the Lake District National Park to the Langdales on the skyline.
Master Bedroom 17'6" x 15'4" max (5.33m x 4.67m max) a well proportioned dual aspect sunny room with an attractive range of built-in bedroom furniture comprising 3 double wardrobes and 6 drawer unit with recessed fixed mirror over and inset lighting. Partially exposed beams, TV and telephone point. Beautiful views into the Courtyard, Hampsfield House and through to Morecambe Bay in the distance as well as the open country aspect to the rear. Door to:-
En-Suite Shower Room having a 3 piece white 'Sottini' suite with chrome accessories, complemented by attractive tiling to walls and floor, comprising double shower enclosure with Aqualisa thermostatic shower and sliding doors, vanitory wash basin and low flush WC with concealed cistern. Shaver point, extractor fan, inset ceiling down-lights and ladder style radiator.
Bedroom 2 13'8" x 9'5" (4.16m x 2.87m) a larger than average double room with 2 built-in double wardrobes. TV and telephone point, cornicing, inset ceiling down-lights and lovely aspect into the Courtyard and towards Hampsfield House and grounds. Door to:-
En-Suite Bathroom having a 4 piece white 'Sottini' suite with chrome accessories, complemented by attractive ceramic tiling to walls and floor, comprising panelled bath, shower enclosure with Aqualisa thermostatic shower and sliding doors, vanitory wash basin and low flush WC with concealed cistern. Matching drawers with display shelf over, shaver point, extractor fan, inset ceiling down-lights and ladder style radiator.
Covered Side Entrance with access to:-
Garage 23'11" x 11'3" (7.29m x 3.42m) one of a block of 3 but with independent access from the covered walkway to the rear door. Electrically operated up and over door, power and light. Boarded loft area housing the Worcester oil central heating boiler and pressurised Varem hot water cylinder.
Parking For two cars to the front of the property on the tarmac driveway.
Garden Manageable gardens mainly laid to lawn with stone walled borders, mature trees, small limestone rockery and beautiful flagged terrace with gravelled limestone rockery bed. Ideal for that lovely summer evening!
Bin/Compost Area walled around, concealing garden waste, wheelie bins and oil storage tank.
Communal Gardens 'The Stables' also has the benefit of enjoying the extensive grounds surrounding Hampsfield House. Exceptional, beautiful landscaped gardens consisting of lawns, limestone rockeries, terraces and pathways, well established herbaceous borders and woodland with a variety of specimen trees and sub-tropical style plants, providing a unique environment, blending seamlessly with the open countryside and woodland on the southern fringes of the Lake District National Park.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Oil central heating. Shared private drainage.
Council Tax: South Lakeland District Council - Band 'G'.
Tenure: Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
Note: A Service Charge is payable annually in two instalments to pay for the roadway, external lighting, upkeep of the communal grounds etc. ( £1176.12 in 2011/12)
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Hackney & Leigh. Telephone (015395) 32301.
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