An exciting, interesting freehold purchase opportunity to acquire this detached stone built and deceptively spacious, extended true lodge bungalow of an appealing style, 'small holding' in nature. Offered with an adjoining paddock, 20m barn, 7 stables, drive parking, a detached garage and gardens. A quality family home with obvious business/commercial potential with existing commercial planning permission (class B).
Aluminium frame door has opaque double glazed panes and affords access from the side of the property into the family kitchen. Double glazed front door leads into the porch with an internal painted original timber door.
With two side windows and matching timber doors to the second reception room and the second bedroom.
Two side facing double glazed windows, also a double glazed patio door and window, facing the rear aspect with super garden views.
There is a fitted gas Baxi fire with wood effect cabinet and surround with a plinth. The lounge has a double radiator, five double power points, a telephone point and a TV aerial with a Sky link. Central ceiling light with wall light to the recess. Good ceiling height of 2.40m. The room enjoys a good degree of natural light along with the neutral decoration of cream. Convenient access to the garden.
Double and secondary glazed window to both the front and rear.
This is a room of impressive proportions with good ceiling height of 2.50m. There is pine effect wall panelling to one wall, a point for a gas fire and with concealed boiler.
Two double radiators, two double power points, smoke alarm, a telephone point, a TV aerial and points for two ceiling lights. This was previously two separate rooms.
Side facing twin aspect double glazed windows also with an outlook toward the paddock.
The kitchen has been fitted with a good range of modern and attractive Magnet units with oak style handles, beige shaded/parchment style work surfaces and beige shaded tiling.
There is a sink unit with a chrome mixer tap, a Philips cooker filter with a hood, fan and light, a gas four ring hob and a single electric fan assisted oven with a grill, light and timer. There also is a double radiator, ample power points and a TV socket.
Integral Peninsula style unit with breakfast bar area and pine effect wall paneling to the ceiling. Useful built in store with light and sliding door, with separate internal doors to the inner hall and second reception room.
There is a door from the kitchen, with a further door to the lounge, bathroom and main bedroom.
Double glazed window with an opening pane facing the rear aspect and the garden.
The bedroom has a double radiator and thermostat, two double power points and decor of cream and mauve follow the dado rail. Good ceiling height of 2.40m with ceiling coving.
Double and secondary glazed window with opening pane facing the front aspect.
The bedroom has a double radiator, one double and one single power point. There are built in wardrobes with sliding doors and internal, useful shelving. One wall has pine cladding and there is good ceiling height of 2.50m.
Door to the front porch for useful access.
Double glazed window with opening pane facing the side aspect.
Within the bedroom, there is a single radiator, one double power points and access to the insulated loft.
Opaque double glazed window with opening pane.
This is a traditional fitted three piece suite in Aqua with chrome effect fitments and recess tiling in cream with motif.
There is a low level bath, a low level flush WC with wooden seat and a wash basin with pedestal and taps. Double radiator, shaver point and a built in airing cupboard with shelving and an electric power point.
This is a delightful and deceptive extended and traditional detached bungalow lodge of York Limestone with a slate roof. To the front is a garden area and a path to the property.
There is a driveway for good off road parking and garage access. Further access to the east/west side elevation.
This is a block detached garage with an up and over door with windows to the rear and three power points.
With stone wall to the front and five bar steel gate to the front for access. Perimeter divisional fence (stock proof), with gates to the side access estate road. There will be a legal right of access to the Beehive Business Park (estate road). The fence is to be developed.
Of block construction with corrugated roof and largely concrete flooring. Overhead electric supply to the property. Approximately 20m x 8m.
The stables are to the rear of the barn, being seven individual stables each with electric light and power.
Within the self contained plot, there are good areas of lawned gardens to the rear and to the side, partly with a gentle incline - ideal for recreation and easy maintenance. There is a paved patio adjacent to the rear for garden furniture. The property adjoins the 'Blue Light Hub' (under construction). A two metre timber fence is to be erected to the side and rear by Cumbria County Council. Whilst this unique freehold property has exisiting residential use it is also zoned for planning use classes B1, B2 and B8 as part of the Beehive Business Park.