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5 bedroom detached house for sale

5 Groffa Crag, Gawthwaite, Ulverston, Lake District


Property Description

Key features

  • A fabulous detached barn conversion, completed to a high specification in 2002.
  • Immaculately presented, very spacious and versatile family living accommodation.
  • Two good sized reception rooms.
  • Comprehensively equipped kitchen/breakfast room.
  • Four double bedrooms together with a fifth bedroom/study.
  • Two bathrooms.
  • Large garage with potential for sub-division.
  • Gardens to front and rear.
  • Stunning views.
  • Convenient for Coniston Water and Ulverston.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A fabulous five bedroom detached barn conversion of substantial proportions. Immaculately presented, spacious and versatile. Lovely countryside location forming part of a highly regarded development, convenient for Ulverston and Coniston Water Stunning views. Gardens and a large garage. Superb!

Energy Rating 'D'.

From Ulverston follow the B5281 road in a northerly direction for about four miles. Groffa Crag is on the left-hand side, just before the village of Gawthwaite and about a quarter of a mile before the A5092 Greenodd to Grizebeck road.

If approaching from the east along the A590 turn off onto the A5092 at Greenodd. Continue to Gawthwaite. At the top of the hill turn left onto the B5281 Ulverston Road. Groffa Crag will be found on the right-hand side after a further quarter of a mile.

The property forms part of an attractive development of six dwellings comprising a former farmhouse and five barn conversions occupying a delightful rural location about four miles north of Ulverston on the edge of the Lake District National Park.

The property backs onto the fellside of Lowick High Common and overlooks the beautiful Crake Valley. To the north there are views of the Coniston Fells and Coniston Water.

The property is conveniently placed for Ulverston which can be reached in about ten minutes directly by the B5281 road. The historic market town of Ulverston provides an excellent range of shopping, leisure, cultural and educational amenities together with a railway station.

The property forms part of the scattered rural community of Gawthwaite. Nearby is Broughton-in-Furness, the Duddon Valley and Coniston Water.

Stone walled garden to front mainly laid with slate chippings for ease of maintenance but also with paved pathways and an ornamental tree.

Good sized, stone walled, lawned garden to rear with a paved patio area adjacent to the house. The garden extends to the side of the house where it has been laid with slate chippings and a paved path.

Block paved driveway to front leading to the garage. This is subject to rights of way in favour of the neighbouring property.

The six properties at Groffa Crag have joint ownership and use of an adjoining meadow of approximately half an acre.

Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. LPG for the kitchen hob [private, metered supply]. Shared septic tank drainage.

There is a modest annual service charge of £25 per month [correct as at May 2017] payable in respect of the maintenance of communal areas and the septic tank.

Bedroom No.2: 
5.6m x 3.73m
A large double bedroom. Built-in wardrobes along one wall. Exposed beam.

Bedroom No.3: 
3.88m x 3.75m
A well proportioned double bedroom. Built-in wardrobes along one wall. Exposed beam.

Bedroom No.4: 
4.37m x 2.46m
Another good sized double bedroom. Exposed beam.

2.57m x 2.37m
A family bathroom fitted with a suite in white comprising a panelled bath, a shower cubicle, a pedestal wash hand basin and a w.c. Part tiled walls.

6.38m x 7.4m
A large garage with potential for sub-division. Metal up and over door. Power and lighting. Worcester oil fired central heating boiler.

Entrance Hall: 
A welcoming entrance. Part glazed entrance door. Door to the garage.

2.3m x 1.58m
Suite in white comprising a w.c. and a pedestal wash hand basin.

Dining Room 
5.53m x 3.16m
A spacious room that is open plan to the kitchen. Windows to two sides. Feature wood burning stove on a granite hearth.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 
3.45m x 3.39m
Fitted with a good range of built-in floor and wall units together with work surfaces and a stainless steel sink. Built-in oven, gas hob, extractor hood, dishwasher, washing machine and freezer. Karndean tiled floor. Windows on two sides.

5.55m x 3.66m
A delightful room with windows on two sides. Electric stove with burning log effect.

Bedroom No.5/Study: 
3.45m x 2.15m
A versatile room, currently used as a bedroom but also ideal as a study or home office.

First Floor 

A galleried landing featuring a tall arched window with lovely views across the garden and of the fellside behind.

Master Bedroom: 
6.56m x 4.34m
A fabulous room filled with light from the windows on two sides. Ample space for a sitting area. Range of built-in wardrobes along one wall. Exposed beam.

En-Suite Bathroom: 
2.57m x 1.88m
Suite in white comprising a panelled bath, a pedestal wash hand basin and a w.c. Part tiled walls.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
26 May 2017

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