East View is a semi-detached cottage set in an elevated position in the ever popular village of Penny Bridge on the outskirts of the Lake District National Park of UNESCO National World Heritage Site status. This four bedroomed cottage has been tastefully decorated throughout and has a delightful outdoor entertaining space, tiered gardens and lavender bordered patio area.
Situated within a couple of minutes’ walk from the village of Greenodd, with a wealth of local amenities including a village hall; butchers; bakery with café; pub; fish and chip shop; local convenience store with part time post office, agricultural supply store and even a wine merchant. Easy access to the A590 with a direct link to the M6.
Accommodation briefly comprises: Front Forecourt; Lounge; Understairs Cupboard; Kitchen; Family Bathroom; Four Bedrooms (one with En-Suite); Integrated Garage; Rear Tiered Gardens with Patio Area.
East View is approached over an enclosed flagged FORECOURT area with steps leading up to the hardwood front door to the ENTRANCE: 2.7m x 2.0m (8’8” x 6’5”) comprising a single radiator, single glazed wooden bay window to the front elevation and a single glazed wooden window to the side. Archway to the LOUNGE: 5.0m x 4.2m (16’4’’ x 14’1’’) with a feature nautical beam over a gas fire with slate surround. Television and phone points, thermostat, feature glass block wall and ceiling beam, single glazed wooden window to the front. Stairs with spindle banister to the first floor. Understairs storage with coat hooks and vents for a tumble dryer.
Door to the DINING KITCHEN: 5.1m x 3.3m (16’7’’ x 10’8’’) with pale blue wall and base units, with blue marble effect gloss work surfaces over and white splash back tiling. Large breakfast bar with space for seating, stainless steel sink and drainage unit with mixer tap over. Integrated gas double oven with stainless steel chimney hood extractor, Baumatic hob range, Toshiba microwave and integrated wine fridge. Under counter lighting. Single glazed wooden window overlooking the rear garden. External stable door to the outside patio area, cream floor tiles and door to INTEGRAL GARAGE/WORKSHOP: a versatile space with a work bench, strip lighting, plumbing for a tumble dryer and washing machine, Valiant combination boiler (installed 18 months ago), up and over door to driveway, steel beam, gas wall heater and window to side.
FIRST FLOOR: Stairs from the lounge to the LANDING: with a single glazed wooden window to the rear aspect, built in storage cupboards with radiator and shelving. Loft access to an insulated and part boarded loft with pull down ladder.
MASTER BEDROOM: 3.7m x 2.6m (12’1’’ x 8’5’’) a functional room with two wooden windows to the front with views over towards the Crake Valley estuary. The room has an antique radiator, built in wardrobes with shelving, bedside lights, television and phone points and a sliding door to the: EN-SUITE a more recent addition to the room with a beach hut style cladding with mosaic effect trim, white low level WC, sink with underneath storage, mirror with lights and concealed storage. Built in shower unit and extractor fan.
BEDROOM TWO: 3.7m x 3.0m (12’1’’ x 9’8’’) with a single glazed wooden window to the rear and television point.
BEDROOM THREE: 3.0m x 2.6m (9’8’’ x 8’5’’) a bright room with a single glazed wooden window overlooking the rear tiered gardens and laminate flooring.
BEDROOM FOUR: 2.5m x 1.7m (8’2’’ x 5’5’’) ideal for use as a bedroom, children’s nursery or home office with a single glazed wooden window to the front.
Door to FAMILY BATHROOM: 2.5m x 2.4m (8’2’’ x 7’8’’) with a white bathroom suite comprising a corner jacuzzi bath with hand held shower fitment, low level WC, pedestal sink and walk in shower unit. Part white tiled walls with rope effect edging, frosted single glazed wooden window, two stainless steel towel rails, mirror with vanity cabinet and electric light. Extractor fan, downlights and wood effect vinyl flooring.
OUTSIDE: o the front elevation, there is an enclosed forecourt area, parking for one vehicle and a shared side access to the back gardens. To the rear, there are delightful, landscaped tiered gardens comprising of a lawned area, allotment with raised beds and an impressive entertaining space. This incorporates a built-in barbeque with chimney and dining area, being sheltered by a wooden pagoda with solar down lights, and is ideal for alfresco dining throughout the year. To the top of the garden is a lean-to greenhouse and a seating area where views over the garden can be enjoyed. The well-established gardens are part bordered by a stone wall and have a selection of perennial plants and shrubs, being of a manageable size with areas to relax and entertain family and friends!
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