uPVC double glazed door leading into entrance area with single panel radiator, telephone point and striped pine door to understairs cupboard housing electric meter.
LOUNGE: 6.27m x 3.41m (20’7″ x 11’2″) with uPVC double glazed window to front aspect overlooking the garden. Alcove housing woodburning stove which heats the radiators and water tank. Tiled hearth and timber mantle.
DINING ROOM: 4.81m x 2.66m (15’9″ x 8’9″) with wooden double glazed bay window to rear aspect with slate sill. Double panel radiator.
KITCHEN: 2.32m x 6.28m (7’7″ x 20’7″) kitchen area currently with basic base units and wooden work surface. Belfast sink, electric oven and separate four ring electric hob. Plumbed for washing machine. Part tiled floor. Single panel radiator, exposed beams and internal windows to entrance area. uPVC double glazed window to front aspect with views of the garden. Small uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect and uPVC double glazed window with views to the side of open countryside. Glazed door to
CONSERVATORY: 2.35m x 4.73m (7’9″ x 15’6″ m) uPVC double glazed windows and door. Single panel radiator and tiled floor. A lovely place to sit and enjoy the stunning views.
Original pine staircase leading to half landing with uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect.
Landing with door and wooden staircase to fully insulated ATTIC ROOM: 6.30m x 7.04m (20’8″ x 23’1″) with light and header tank.
BEDROOM 1: 3.17m x 2.96m (10’5″ x 9’9″) with latch door and exposed wooden flooring. uPVC double glazed window with stunning views to the rear of open countryside towards Skeldon Moor. Single panel radiator.
BEDROOM 2: 3.01m x 4.03m (9’11” x 13’3″) with latch door. uPVC double glazed window with impressive views to the front of open countryside towards Whinney Hill. Single panel radiator.
BEDROOM 3: 2.99m x 3.34m (9’10” x 10’11”) with latch door. uPVC double glazed window with views to the front of open countryside towards Whinney Hill. Single panel radiator.
BATHROOM: white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and roll top bath with ball and claw feet having shower attachment. Chrome heated towel radiator. uPVC frosted window to rear aspect. Cylinder airing cupboard housing immersion heater.
Rothay Bank can be accessed from two private entrances off the highway which gives through access in and out. There is off road parking for several vehicles along with a DETACHED GARAGE with light and power points. Outside tap.
The house is south facing and the large lawned gardens give plenty of space for outdoor living, interspersed with a selection of established shrubs and trees including Damson fruit trees.
Paved seating areas to the front and rear of the property allow you to appreciate the stunning views over the surrounding countryside.
MAINS ELECTRICITY & DRAINAGE
COUNCIL TAX BAND “E”