External uPVC double-glazed door to the ENTRANCE HALLWAY: 12’1’’ x 3’1’’ (3.6m x 0.9m) with traditional coved ceiling, alcove, wooden flooring and door to LOUNGE: 11’10’’ x 10’4’’ (3.61m x 3.15m) having uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect and the walled garden, coved ceiling, two recess alcoves, gas fire with marble surround and wooden mantle.
DINING ROOM: 11’7” x 10’4” (3.52m x 3.14m) with uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation, recess storage shelving, gas fireplace with marble effect hearth and surround, wooden window seat and door to
KITCHEN: 8’11’’ x 8’10’’ (2.72m x 2.69m) with a range of wooden base units with green marble effect work surfaces over. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over, wooden cupboard, wooden storage unit and shelving and part wooden panelling. uPVC double glazed window to the rear and uPVC double glazed external door to the rear garden. Lino flooring and wooden latch door to the PANTRY: with shelving and slate flagged flooring.
WC/UTILITY ROOM: 9’8’’ x 7’2’’ (2.95m x 2.18m) having space for a washing machine, low level WC, pedestal sink, part wooden panelled walls, double glazed window and uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect.
LANDING: with a frosted uPVC double glazed window and doors to
BATHROOM: 9’7’’ x 7’2’’ (2.9m x 2.1m) having a bathroom suite comprising low-level WC, pedestal sink and bath with shower fitment over. Wall heater, part tiled walls, uPVC double glazed window over looking the rear aspect, wooden fronted airing and storage cupboard.
BEDROOM ONE: 13’5’’ x 11’11’’ (4.08m x 3.62m) with uPVC double glazed window to the front and electric wall heater.
LANDING: having a storage cupboard with loft access.
BEDROOM TWO: 13’4’’ x 11’7’’ (4.06m x 3.54m) with uPVC double glazed window to the front.
BEDROOM THREE: 11’9″ x 7’2’’ (3.57m x 2.19m) with uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation and loft access.
The property has gated vehicular access from Brewery Street and a pedestrian access to the front elevation from Brewery Mount. There is an attached single garage with up and over door, covered former stabling area, lean-to storage outhouse and a two-storey brick-built barn with a rear store room and up and over door. There is a large, gated gravelled area that has been used for the parking of motor vehicles but has the potential to be utilised for a variety of further uses. To the rear of the property is a pleasant and private lawned garden with a gravelled pathway and seating area that is bordered by hedging and mature trees.
Development Potential: A pre-application determination to the South Lakeland District Council has advised that the residential development of the identified area of land would be compliant with adopted planning policy. It continues to state that, the site occupies a prominent location within the Conservation Area and any development proposal needs to be carefully designed to take into account the proximity of the former brewery, a safe and practical access and a high quality design of an appropriate size and scale that reflects the characteristics of existing residential development in the area including the retention of frontage walls.
MAINS ELECTRICITY, GAS, WATER & DRAINAGE
COUNCIL TAX BAND “C”
INSPECTIONS: by arrangement with the Agents