Rowe Head Farm, Pennington, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 0RR

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Dating back to 1710, Rowe Head Farm is a charming, link-detached, four-bedroom former farmhouse in a peaceful setting in the popular village of Pennington, yet within a five minutes’ drive to the market towns of Ulverston and Dalton-in-Furness.  In the village of Pennington, there is an excellent Primary School which is in walking distance of the property, as well as a Village Hall, Car Garage and Pub, with full shopping facilities and secondary education to be found in the surrounding towns.

 

There are plentiful original period features throughout Rowe Head Farm, which add to the appeal and character of the property and make the former farmhouse a truly special and unique purchase.

 

Accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Porch; Entrance Hallway; Sitting Room; Inner Hallway; Dining Room; Utility Room/Pantry; Ground Floor Shower Room; Kitchen/Diner; 4 Bedrooms; Family Bathroom; Rear Porch; Wrap Around Flagged Patio Area; Mature Garden Grounds with Stone Built Wood Store; Workshop/Car Port; Side Driveway/Parking Area

Essential Infomation

  • Price : £425,000
  • Bedrooms : 4
  • Bathrooms : 2
  • Parking : for multiple cars

Full Description

ENTRANCE PORCH: 2.67m x 1.00m (8’10” x 3’3”) with single glazed wooden windows, wooden external door and a light.

ENTRANCE HALLWAY: with doors leading to the Sitting Room and Inner Hallway.

SITTING ROOM: 5.18m x 4.34m (17’0” x 14’3”) with original ceiling beams and beam above the door, four alcoves with wooden beams, open fireplace with inset hearth and slate surround.  A hardwood double glazed window with window seat overlooking the front aspect, double radiator, TV and phone point.

INNER HALLWAY: with shelf and hanging hooks, and door to:

DINING ROOM: 5.2m x 5.1m (17’1” x 16’9”) with original wooden ceiling beams, Morso woodburner on slate hearth, double radiator, hardwood double glazed window to front with wooden window seat, phone point, built in spice cupboard, wooden panel door to:

UTILITY ROOM/PANTRY: 3.2m x 1.5m (10’6” x 4’11”) with quarry tiled flooring, hardwood double glazed window to the rear and wooden window seat.  Door to:

GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM: 2.18m x 1.40m (7’2” x 4’8”) with white wall cladding, quarry tile flooring, low level WC, pedestal sink, shower cubicle with electric Gainsborough shower, extractor fan and downlights.

REAR PORCH: 1.76m x 1.74m (5’7’’ x 5’7’’) with a wooden external door, storage cupboard, shelving and           a slate flagged floor.

KITCHEN/DINER: 6.17m x 3.44m (20’2’’ x 11’1’’) a recently fitted kitchen from Rossendale interiors with solid wooden doors, granite work surfaces over and industrial style chrome handles.  Sink and drainage unit with mixer tap over.  Integrated Bosch slim line dishwasher, Bosch integrated fridge and freezer.  Brick effect splash back.  Belling ceramic hob and hood over, Belling oven and Belling microwave.  Loft access.  Storage feature shelf.  Double glazed window with views over towards the Pennington fells.  Vinyl flooring.  Archway to dining area.  Electric wall heater.  Feature fireplace, slate and brick mantle, wooden grain shoot, loft access and recently installed ‘Accoya’ timber French doors to the rear garden.

Original oak spiral staircase from the dining room to the FIRST FLOOR with alcove feature.  A long landing with original beams and doors to:

BEDROOM ONE: 5.36m x 2.96m (17’5’’ x 9’7’’) having a pleasant dual aspect with two hardwood double glazed windows, radiator and loft access.

BEDROOM TWO: 4.16m x 2.72m (13’6’’ x 8’9’’) currently used as study, with a hardwood double glazed window with views towards Birkrigg, radiator and wooden window seat.

BEDROOM THREE: 4.49m x 2.67m (14’7’’ x 8’7’’) with hardwood window overlooking the front, radiator and wooden window seat, original beam above window.

BEDROOM FOUR: 5.37m x 2.93m (17’6’’ x 9’6’’) with hardwood double glazed window overlooking the front, original cast iron fireplace and wooden mantle.  Radiator.

FAMILY BATHROOM: Original three panel oak door with wooden studs with a step down to the bathroom comprising a white four-piece suite with low level WC, bidet, corner bath and sink with underneath storage.  Corner shower unit, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and shelving.  Heated towel rail, part tiled walls, hardwood double glazed window overlooking the open countryside with shutters and wooden window seat.  Extractor fan and loft access.

OUTSIDE: The house is approached over a gated courtyard (with one allocated parking space for a neighbouring property) and a side driveway leads onto the rear elevation and a large parking area and car port.  There is a raised garden with stone-built flower beds to the immediate rear of the property with a wrap around patio area and useful woodstore.  There are then substantial sloping lawned gardens with delightful open views towards Pennington fells and The Hoad, which are interspersed with a selection of established shrubs and trees as well as a mature orchard area with gooseberry and blackcurrant plants.  The gardens are ideal for gardening enthusiasts and could be further cultivated to create a wonderful family garden with plenty of space for children to play in a peaceful and idyllic setting.  The large shed and workshop would prove an ideal space for cars, hobbies and storing garden equipment.

 

MAINS ELECTRICITY AND WATER

 

SEPTIC TANK DRAINAGE

 

OIL FIRED CENRAL HEATING

 

COUNCIL TAX BAND “E”

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