Irton House, Foxfield, near Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA20 6BU

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Irton House, Foxfield, Broughton-in-Furness, LA20 6BU

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Description

Irton House is an Edwardian mid terrace, three-bedroom property retaining many original features.  Located within stunning surroundings on the outskirts of the Lake District National Park (of UNESCO National World Heritage Site status) having impressive coastal views over the Duddon Estuary towards Kirkby Moor.

Recently decorated throughout

The property is situated with access to the local railway line at Foxfield Station with links onwards to the main Edinburgh to London line.  A short drive to the market town of Broughton-in-Furness with many local amenities.

Accommodation briefly comprises: Vestibule; Hallway; Dining Room; Lounge; Kitchen/Diner; Cellar Rooms.

First Floor: Three Bedrooms and Family Bathroom.  Second Floor: Spacious Attic Room.

Forecourt garden with lawned garden to rear and useful outhouse.

Essential Infomation

  • Guide Price : £215,000
  • Bedrooms : 3
  • Garden : Forecourt to front and lawned to rear.

Full Description

Original wooden door leading into tiled VESTIBULE with spot lights.  Part glazed pine door to HALLWAY with double panel radiator.  Stripped pine doors lead to each of the rooms and original turned oak staircase leads to the first floor.

DINING ROOM:  4.14m x 3.71m (13’7” x 12’2”) half bay Mullion window to front aspect.  Original open fireplace with oak surround being tiled with beaten copper insert.  Picture rail, coving and ceiling rose.  Television aerial point.

LOUNGE:  3.71m x 4.45m (12’2” x 14’7”) with wooden double glazed half bay Mullion window to rear aspect having impressive panoramic views of Woodland Fell, Kirkby Moor and onwards over the Duddon Estuary.  Stone fire surround housing cast iron Country Kiln woodburner.  Original oak fitted cupboard.  Picture rail, coving and ceiling rose.  Double panel radiator.  Telephone and television aerial points

KITCHEN/DINER: 3.81m x 7.02m (12’6” x 23’0”) with dual aspect wooden double glazed windows to front and rear with views over the Duddon Estuary.  The kitchen area has a burgundy Newhome double range sat on slate hearth, inset into the chimney breast having exposed beam, tiling and spot lights.  Original pine cupboard with drawers below.  Light oak effect fitted wall and base units with granite effect work surface.  Integrated dishwasher and single drainer sink unit with splash back tiling.  Single panel radiator.  Dining area with double panel radiator and wooden double glazed window to rear having impressive views.

Stripped pine door leading to staircase and access to two very useful cellar rooms.

CELLAR ROOM 1: 5.54m x 3.54m (18’2” x 11’7”) having original, but non functional, “wash boiler”.  Plumbed for washing machine.

CELLAR 2: 3.64m x 4.42m (11’11” x 14’6”) currently used as workshop.  Double glazed wooden window to rear aspect.

BOILER ROOM: with oil fired Worcester Heat Slave boiler.  Frosted double glazed window.

Stable door giving access to rear lawned garden and outhouse.

Turned oak staircase from the HALLWAY leading to half landing with Westmorland window to front aspect and views of Black Coombe and Duddon Estuary.  First floor landing with understairs storage cupboard and stripped pine doors leading to rooms.

BATHROOM: 3.36m x 1.62m (11’0” x 5’3”) having a bathroom suite comprising low level WC, wash hand basin and original freestanding cast iron roll top bath with ball and claw feet.  Separate shower cubicle.  Tiled walls and pine wooden flooring.  Wooden double glazed window and chrome towel radiator.

BEDROOM 1: 4.68m x 3.89m (15’4” x 12’9”) wooden double glazed half bay Mullion window to rear aspect and towards the impressive countryside and coastal views.  Original cast iron open fireplace with grate and complementary green tiled surround and hearth.  Original built in wardrobe.  Double panel radiator, telephone and television aerial points.  Picture rail.

BEDROOM TWO: 4.19m x 3.84m (13’9” x 12’7”) wooden double glazed half bay Mullion window to front aspect with views over the Duddon Estuary towards Black Coombe.  Original cast iron open fireplace with grate and cream tiled surround and hearth.  Double panel radiator, telephone and television aerial points.  Picture rail.

BEDROOM THREE (Currently used as Office): 3.76m x 2.68m (12’4” x 8’10” m) wooden double glazed window to rear aspect.  Original cast iron open fireplace painted in white with grate and red tiled hearth.  Understairs cupboard with lighting.  Double panel radiator, telephone and television aerial points.

Staircase from landing to;

ATTIC ROOM: 5.19m x 4.54m (17’0” x 14’11”) into eaves with Velux window.  Useful area being fully boarded and carpeted having storage, telephone and television aerial points.

OUTSIDE

Irton House is easily accessed over the Foxfield railway crossing.  To the front of the property is a forecourt garden with seating area.  To the rear is a lawned garden with raised bed and outhouse with two separate storage areas measuring 0.94m x 1.58m (3’1” x 5’2”) and 1.02m x 2.53m (3’4” x 8’3”) having electric lighting and WC.  The beautiful views can be enjoyed to their fullest from this aspect.  Gated access to rear lane.

MAINS ELECTRICITY, WATER & DRAINAGE

OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING

COUNCIL TAX BAND “D”

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Irton House Floorplan

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