A unique freehold, Grade II Listed property conversion, located within the centre of this ancient village. Central location nestled between the internationally acclaimed l'Enclume and the reputable Cavendish Arms. This impressive home offers exciting rental potential as an investment or fantastic family home. The versatile living accommodation comprises of ground floor shower room, tasteful living area, two bedrooms, family bathroom, attic area with two further rooms, integral retail shop and workshop with B1 consent. This fantastic property located in an idyllic setting must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
This is a most deceptive, traditional freehold property, within the ancient village of Cartmel. A central location and situated between the internationally acclaimed restaurant l'Encume and the reputable Cavendish Arms. The property comprises of substantial living accommodation, an integral shop which is currently sublet, and three excellent workshops accessed from a courtyard. Substantial double twin gates afford privacy and access from Cavendish Street to the courtyard, with both ample space for vehicular parking and for recreational activity. The courtyard is paved with honey beige limestone, gives access to the rear of the property and workshops with B1 Consent and backs onto the River Eea. An appealing feature is the bridge with wrought iron gate and paving over the river.
Traditional timber painted front door with iron latch handle, offers access from the front lane into the entry hall of this period property.
Original style features with slate floor and beams. The hallway provides access to the lovely oak spindle stairs, pine latch doors to the kitchen/diner and an oak latch door to the under stairs storage area. The entrance hall has a double radiator and one double power point.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of traditional bespoke timber/oak wall and base units with a granite work surface, and double Franke sink unit with brushed steel mixer taps. Fitted appliances to be included are the Bosch gas double oven with a four-ring gas hob and the integral Bosch dishwasher. Space for a fridge freezer (recess to the side of the kitchen), plumbing for a washing machine and a built-in cupboard with a gas Vaillant boiler. The room benefits from two double radiators, telephone point and points for the ceiling lights. The kitchen has cream decoration, exposed beams, slate flagged floor and space for a dining suite. A pine latch door provides access to the shower room
The ground floor shower room is fitted with a modern three-piece suite in white, dual flush WC and an oblong wash basin with tap and pedestal. The shower room has been fully tiled of a cream shade, polished slate flagged floor with electric under floor heating, double glazed opaque window, chrome ladder radiator and an extractor fan.
The lovely traditional spindle staircase with a full return lead from the hall to the landing.
A gallery style with open banister and shaped spindles with exposed timber flooring. Timber doors provide access to the lounge, two bedrooms and bathroom.
A unique feature of the lounge are the two sets of French doors, leading to a steel Juliet balcony at the side and a rear terrace balcony with ample space, stone walling, decorative railings and a super outlook over Cartmel priory church. The central feature is the free-standing cast multi fuel stove with glazed door, stone hearth, sandstone surround and mantle ledge. The lounge has a good celling height of 2.40, reclaimed timber floor, and numerous exposed beams featuring original timber. This room benefits from a double and single radiator, six double power points, telephone point and a TV satellite point. Overall it is a delightful room.
Decorated in a shade of cream with timber floorboards, timber double glazed French doors to the rear aspect providing access to the balcony, and double glazed-paned window with integral seat. The room benefits from three double power points and a double radiator.
An appealing period style bedroom with character, ceiling beams, vertical timbers and timber floor. A double glazed-paned window with integral seat facing the front aspect. Within the room there is a double radiator and power points.
A traditional Victorian fitted three-piece suite with a roll top free standing bath with bottle taps and claw feet, a low flush WC with wood seat and a wash basin with brass taps. Painted wall panelling to the lower wall with exposed beams and timber floor.
The spindled stairs at the side of the first-floor landing provide access to the Attic area, room one and room two.
Inclined ceiling with beams and truss, double glazed Velux windows with blinds to the front and rear and power points.
Double glazed Velux window with rear aspect and blind, with double radiator, power points and the beamed inclined ceiling.
Double glazed Velux window fitted with blind with partial aspect of Cartmel priory to the rear . Double radiator and power points.
Slate flagged floor with good head height and access to the shop, garage and workshop one.
Timber doors provide access to the courtyard vaulted ceiling and skylights, fluorescent ceiling light and powered water tap.
Twin timber doors with glazed panes, two skylights, concrete floor and fluorescent lighting. The workshop has a wood burner stove with limestone surround and access to the courtyard
Workshop three overlooks the river and towards The Priory with side double glazed windows, vaulted ceiling, partially with mezzanine ceiling for storage, electric light and power.
This is integral within the property, independent access from Cavendish Street with double-glazed panel shop window for display. Trading as "Cartmel Ground" the shop is well presented with radiators heating, electric power points, LED lighting, smoke alarm and slate flagged floor.