Brookside House, Gleaston, near Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 0QD

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This detached three-bedroom Victorian property is an ideal family home set within approximately a third of an acre of extensive private garden ground.  Gleaston is a popular Low Furness village between the market towns of Ulverston and Dalton-in-Furness and the town of Barrow-in-Furness all having a wide variety of shops, restaurants and entertainment venues along with a choice of schools for all ages.  Within the village is the historic Gleaston Water Mill which has a coffee shop and country store.

Accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Hallway; Spacious Lounge; Dining Room; Sitting Room.  Farmhouse Kitchen and Conservatory.  Three double Bedrooms and Bathroom.  Large loft area comprising Occasional Bedroom and Office/Hobby Room.

Private driveway with off road parking having mature lawned gardens to the front and rear along with paved patio area and mature trees.

An informal enquiry has been made to South Lakeland District Council (response to which is attached) in relation to a further plot in the front garden, this is subject to a full planning application being submitted.

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OFFERED WITH THE BENEFIT OF VACANT POSSESSION UPON COMPLETION

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  • Price : O/A £425,000

Full Description

The spacious accommodation provides:-

ENTRANCE HALL:  18’2” x 3’11” (5.54m x 1.94m) having wooden exterior door with leaded light detail.  Brass wall lights.  Coving to ceiling and telephone point.  Door leading to:

SPACIOUS LOUNGE:  19’1” x 12’1” (5.82m x 3.68m)  into bay window to front aspect.  Edwardian style Oak and marble fireplace.  Coving to ceiling.  Double panel radiator and television aerial point.

DINING ROOM:  15’2” x 12’3” (4.62m x 3.73m) into bay window to front aspect.  Original Victorian door and Edwardian style Oak and marble fireplace.  Alcove shelving.  Coving to ceiling.  Double panel radiator.

SITTING ROOM:  16’6” x 11’1” (5.03m x 3.38m) at widest.  Having uPVC double glazed window to rear and secondary glazed window to side aspects with views to rear and side garden.  Beamed ceiling.  Recessed bookshelves.  Television aerial and telephone point and double panel radiator.

TRADITIONAL FARMHOUSE KITCHEN:  14’10” X 11’6” (4.52m x. 3.5m) having double glazed uPVC window with window seat to rear aspect with views over the garden and window to side.  Serving hatch to DINING ROOM.  Fitted base and wall units in medium Oak with work surface and splash back tiling.  Single drainer sink with mixer tap.  Plumbed for automatic washing machine.  Leisure 4 ring LPG hob.  Brittania electric double oven with 5 ring ceramic hob.  Original over mantle feature, beamed ceiling and vinyl flooring.  Double panel radiator.

Half glazed stable door leading to uPVC CONSERVATORY:  9’9” x 3’9” (2.97m x 0.83m) being part tiled and plumbed for dishwasher.

UNDERSTAIRS LARDER with fitted shelves.

Attractive turned STAIRCASE with half landing and uPVC double glazed feature window with views to rear garden and leading to FIRST FLOOR LANDING telephone point and access to

BEDROOM ONE:  14’7” x 14’5” (4.45m x 4.39m) at widest.  Having window with secondary glazing to front aspect with window seat and views to open countryside.  Double panel radiator.

BEDROOM TWO:  14’7” x 14’5” (4.45m x 4.39m) at widest.  Having window with secondary glazing to front aspect with window seat and views towards the village and farmland beyond.  Double panel radiator.

BEDROOM THREE:  11’3” x 9’7” (3.43m x 2.92m) having window with secondary glazing to side aspect with views to gardens.  Window seat and double panel radiator.

BATHROOM:  12’2” x 8’5” (3.71m x 2.57m) having uPVC double glazed window.  Part tiled in white tiles with blue border.  Three piece Edwardian style suite in white.  Comprising bath and wash hand basin with brass taps and WC.  Shower cubicle with Galaxy Obsession shower unit.  Double panel radiator.  Cylinder airing cupboard housing immersion heater.

Staircase from LANDING leads to:-

SPACIOUS LOFT AREA:  29’4” x 13’0” (8.64m x 3.96m) to outer pearlings.  Comprising OCCASIONAL BEDROOM with door leading to OFFICE/HOBBY ROOM.

OUTSIDE:  To the front of the property is a gravel driveway which offers off road parking with lawned garden having mature trees and shrubs.  The surrounding private gardens are a lovely feature of this property with paved patio area and archway leading to orchard comprising mature trees including Cherry, Beech and Acer.  Further garden with mature shrubs, borders and greenhouse.  Potting shed.

An informal enquiry was made to South Lakeland District Council in relation to the potential for a separate dwelling to be built within the grounds of Brookside House.  A copy of the response is below.

MAINS WATER, DRAINAGE & ELECTRICITY

OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING WITH LPG HOB

COUNCIL TAX BAND F (verbal enquiry only)

ALL CARPETS & CURTAINS INCLUDED IN THE SALE

AGENTS NOTES

Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services, and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purposes.  Furthermore, where we have described fixtures and fittings as included in the sale we have relied upon the vendors instructions that these are included.

Purchasers should verify by pre-contract enquiries which fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.

 

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