A beautiful 3 bedroom home located in a quiet village setting. Original features throughout add charm - the living room has an enviable stone fireplace, the dining room boasts original wooden beams throughout and the fantastic kitchen/ breakfast area is light and bright and the perfect space for informal dining and cooking. To the first floor are the 3 bedrooms and bathroom offering plenty of fitted storage space throughout. Externally the pretty exterior is complimented by climbers and mature planting with parking for 2 vehicles at the front. The rear garden boasts a patio seating area, potting shed and a good sized garden laid mainly to lawn with mature shrubs and bushes surrounding.
Storth Village is on the Kent Estuary set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers a multitude of opportunities for families, couples and those looking for a quieter life in retirement. The village boasts a post office and community shop and is in close proximity to both Arnside and Milnthorpe which offer a range of restaurants, a supermarket and Dallam secondary school. The village itself has Storth primary school, rated good by Ofsted. There are good transport links from nearby Arnside, with a train station (with access to Lancaster, Manchester and the West coast) and the M6 motorway 15 minutes away. The village has a vibrant community with the several local groups/societies, play groups, an amateur dramatics society and activities within the Village Hall.
The original stone surround fireplace and stone hearth with a wood burning stove creates a homely feel. Alcoves provide storage space and original wooden beams add character. Double aspect views out over the front and rear gardens.
A beautiful traditional tiled floor is the main feature of this generous dining room with the inset gas fireplace featuring. Easily able to accommodate a table for 8 with views over the front and rear gardens. Storage under the stairs. There is the opportunity to use the room as an additional living space, home office or playroom with a dining area also present in the kitchen.
A bright, light and versatile space, the kitchen and the breakfast room are ideal for social cooking and informal dining. The marley tiled floor links both spaces together perfectly. The wooden shaker style base and wall units to both areas provide plenty of storage with contrasting dark work surfaces, space for a range cooker with integrated hood above. Good sized windows offer views out over the gardens with a door leading directly outside from the breakfast room.
A double bedroom with fitted wardrobe space and cupboards and views out to the front of the property.
With fitted wardrobes, a fitted desk and overhead cupboard storage, facing the front of the property.
A good sized bedroom with a double aspect over looking both the front and rear gardens.
A white modern suite consisting of a 'p'shaped bath with overhead mains fed shower, a concealed cistern W.C and hand basin fitted within a vanity unit. A laminate floor and fully tiled walls with a wooden beam detail.
Heating - Gas central heating
Council Tax Band - E
Drainage - Mains
Water - Mains
At the front of the property is the driveway able to accommodate 2 vehicles, with the beautiful stone clad porch and dry stone walls to either side encompassing mature bushes and plants with climbers decorating the walls of the home. At the rear is a patio seating area perfect for al fresco dining and surrounded by mature planting with a potting shed to the side. This leads on to a further garden laid mainly to lawn with vegetable beds and a shed to one end. This garden has always been with the property but is owned by the church and is subject to a long standing peppercorn rent of £25 per year.