Logan Beck is ideally situated between Duddon Bridge and Ulpha, within a short drive of Broughton-in-Furness on the slopes of the Duddon Valley.
The farmhouse accommodation comprises:
ENTRANCE PORCH: 6’6’’ x 6’6’’ (1.8m x 1.8m) with dairy style bench seating, wooden latched external door, single glazed window, slate flagged flooring and latched inner door to:
ENTRANCE HALLWAY: 14’7’’ x 4’5’’ (4.4m x 1.3m) with exposed beams, radiator, electricity metres, tiled flooring, door to BATHROOM: 6’7’’ x 6’ (2.0m x 1.8m) a newly installed bathroom suite comprising low level WC, pedestal sink, shower cubicle and bath with marble effect cladding. Downlighters, decorative beam ceiling, radiator, single glazed wooden window, wood effect laminate flooring and wooden latch door.
UTILITY: 11’8’’ x 5’9’’ (3.56m x 1.76m) with wooden lintel over the single glazed window, downlighters, plumbing for washing machine, slate dairy flags, new Worm Flo oil fired multi point central heating and hot water system boiler and a wooden latch door.
FARMHOUSE KITCHEN: 12’2 x 12’8’’ (3.72m x 3.87m) a recently fitted modern kitchen with wooden fronted units with brass handles and laminate work surfaces over. Lamona sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over, integrated Lamona dishwasher. Two single glazed wooden windows overlooking the front with a wooden window seat. Lamona oven and ceramic hob, radiator, Rayburn stove with white surround tiling. Tile effect laminate flooring, wooden ceiling beams, downlighters, wooden storage cupboard and two wooden latch doors, one leading to REAR HALLWAY: 10’8’’ x 3’2’’ (3.2m x 0.9m) with a latch door to the pantry/boot room with downlighter and storage shelf.
External wooden door to the rear garden and archway to LOUNGE: 13’5 x 10’11’’ (4.08m x 3.34m) having exposed beams, radiator, fireplace with inglenook shelf, downlighters and a window seat with single glazed wooden window with views to the front elevation.
Stairs with original wooden panelling and a single glazed wooden window with views over the garden.
LANDING: having a built in storage cupboard, radiator, downlighters, exposed beams, window seat and a single glazed window with views over towards Corney Fell.
BEDROOM ONE: 14’1’’ x 13’6” (4.29m x 4.12m) with a single glazed window to the side, exposed beams, radiator, slate window seat and Velux window.
BEDROOM TWO: 12’10’’ x 9’8’’ (3.91m x 2.95m) with a wooden window seat, Velux window, loft hatch, downlighters, exposed beams and a wooden latch door.
BEDROOM THREE: 13’3’’ x 7’0” (4.05m x 2.14m) having a single glazed wooden window, wooden window seat, downlighters, radiator, exposed beams and wooden latch door.
OUTSIDE: There is an enclosed garden to the rear of the farmhouse that provides further access to the attached farm buildings and gated yard. The farm has a selection of traditional stone built and modern farm buildings that are ideal for further development and comprise of:
HAYBARN: 15’ x 13’ (4.5m x 3.9m) having a sliding wooden door and a lean-to to the side and rear elevations with water and power.
BARN: located directly opposite the farmhouse, this barn has the addition of a LEAN-TO GARAGE: 26’ x 19’5 (7.9m x 5.9m) with inspection pit and power supply. There is also a WORKSHOP and lean to: 10’ x 10 (3.0m x 3.0m). Accessed via the WOODSTORE: 18’4 x 12’3 (5.6m x 3.7m) in the main barn is a mezzanine storage area and LOFT STORE: 19’ x 13’ (5.7m x 3.9m) having a wooden door, roof light and double doors. Underneath the barn is a stable and lean to shippon accessed from the road. ATTACHED TRADITIONAL STONE BUILT BARN with sliding doors and a small shippon with main loft space above. To the rear of this barn is a lean-to store with slate roof: 8’ x 4’3’’ (2.4m x 1.3m) and a lean to barn with water: 27’ x 10’ (8.2m x 3.0m). To the rear of the farmhouse is a HAY BARN and four bay steel framed portal building which is accessed over a concrete yard with vehicular access from the road. Lean to dog kennel to the side of the main farmhouse.
There is certainly potential for the conversion of some of the barns to alternative uses, such as holiday lets, creative studios and workshops, subject to obtaining the necessary planning permissions.
The land is conveniently situated around the farmstead and is predominately meadow/pasture land extending to approximately 30.10 acres (12.18 hectares) together with use of registered fell rights for 255 ewes and followers on Thwaite Fell.
MAINS ELECTRICITY & PRIVATE WATER SUPPLY
PRIVATE SEPTIC TANK DRAINAGE
NEW OIL MULTI POINT CENTRAL HEATING AND HOT WATER SYSTEM
COUNCIL TAX BAND “C”