External wooden door to:
ENTRANCE HALLWAY: 16’4” x 15’7” (4.9m x 4.7m) with Douglas Fir double glazed window, two radiators, tiled flooring, cloak cupboard with light and storage and internal door to garage and doors to:
CLOAKROOM/WC: having a low level WC, pedestal sink, frosted single glazed window and tiled flooring.
BEDROOM ONE: 18’5’’ x 12’3’’ (5.6m x 3.7m) a bright room with a pleasant dual aspect having three Douglas Fir double glazed windows, two radiators and loft access.
BATHROOM: 8`8” x 8’6” (2.6m x 2.6m) with a bathroom suite comprising pedestal sink, bath, corner shower with Triton electric shower and heated towel rail. Radiator, part white tiled walls and tiled flooring.
DINING ROOM: 18’9’’ x 14’1’’ (5.7m x 4.2m) a delightful dining room that has a wood burner as a focal point and is ideal for relaxing and entertaining. The wood burner has a surround and hearth. Two radiators, Douglas Fir double glazed window to the front and side aspects, tiled flooring, wooden staircase to the first floor and doors to:
BEDROOM TWO: 19’6’’ x 12’3’’ (5.9m x 3.7m) having a triple aspect with three Douglas Fir double glazed windows, electric wall mounted fire and two radiators. The room is currently part used as a lounge area which is ideal for visiting guests.
KITCHEN: 19’ x 10’5’’ (5.7m x 3.2m) a recently fitted farmhouse style kitchen with a range of pitch pine fronted base and wall units with marble effect work surfaces over. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over, complementary splash back tiling, Bosch oven, Bosch gas hob and extractor fan. Space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher. Stable style wooden door with access to the side garden, Douglas Fir double glazed windows to the side and rear, radiator and tiled flooring.
GARAGE/WORKSHOP: 20’7’’ x 19’ (6.3m x 5.7m) a highly versatile and useful space with oak double doors, Douglas Fir double glazed window and an UPPER FLOOR: 19’3’’ x 15’4’’ (5.8m x 4.6m) accessed via stairs from the main garage having exposed original beams and a functioning Sauna. The ground floor of the garage has a door to SECOND WORKSHOP/ BOILER ROOM: 12’6’’ x 10’4’’ (3.8m x 3.1m) with wooden external door, Douglas Fir double glazed window to side and Firebird Popular 150 boiler. Door to: LEAN TO EXTERNAL BARN: 27’6’’ x 24’3’’ (8.4m x 7.4m) a large space that is ideal for the storage of motor vehicles and hobbies equipment with two external doors and access to the main garage and driveway.
Accessed via a wooden staircase from the dining room, this upper lounge is an impressive room that has been aesthetically designed with exposed original beams, high ceilings and wonderful views over Corney Fell and the surrounding countryside. The kitchenette, bathroom and bedroom are ideal for a dependant relative or staying guests to have their own separate accommodation within the main house.
UPPER LOUNGE: 20’6’’ x 19’ (6.2m x 5.7m) a characterful, focal room of the property with original beams, two Douglas Fir double glazed windows, three radiators, Velux window, door to eaves storage and doors to:
KITCHENETTE: 8’6’’ x 6’4’’ (2.6m x 1.9m) a modern fitted kitchen with a range of wooden fronted wall and base units in blue with marble effect work surfaces over and complementary splash back tiling. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Cata oven, Zanussi induction hob, ceiling beam, Velux window, radiator and lino flooring.
BATHROOM: 10’ x 8’6’’ (3.0m x 2.6m) with a white bathroom suite comprising low level WC, bidet, bath and pedestal sink. Part white tiled walls, overhead storage cupboard, heated towel rail, Velux window. Radiator, airing cupboard, ceiling beams and lino flooring.
BEDROOM THREE: 16’4’’ x 12’2’’ (4.9m x 3.7m) having two Douglas Fir double glazed windows, built in wardrobes, two radiators, ceiling beams and open views towards Corney Fell.
OUTSIDE: The Barn is set in private, established grounds extending to approximately just under one acre with a selection of fruit trees, mature shrubs, trees and a large pond. There is also useful storage sheds and a greenhouse tunnel for gardening enthusiasts. The property is approached over a gated driveway with ample space for parking and access to the lean to barn to the front elevation. The open views of the surrounding Cumbrian countryside can be enjoyed from all corners of the garden which are truly a peaceful retreat in an idyllic rural setting. The grounds offer exciting potential to be used as a cottage garden/allotment, outdoor hobbies/activities and would make an ideal space for a children’s playground. To the side of the property is a raised lawned area and paved area that is ideal of outside dining in the summer months.
MAINS ELECTRICITY, PRIVATE WATER & DRAINAGE (shared sewage treatment plant)
OIL CENTRAL HEATING
COUNCIL TAX BAND “E” (verbal enquiry only)
LOCAL OCCUPANCY CLAUSE
a) There is a Planning Obligation Agreement in place which states that the dwellinghouse and workshop shall not be occupied otherwise than by a person employed or to be employed or last employed locally or who has throughout the period of three years immediately preceding the commencement of such occupation of the dwellinghouse and workshop had his only principal home locally together with the dependants of such a person living with him or her and the widow or widower of such person.
b) “locally” in clause a) hereof shall mean the area of the County Council of Cumbria.
c) “the dwellinghouse” shall be the only or principal home of the occupant.
d) an “only or principal home” is a dwelling occupied for more than half of every year.
e) to supply The Lake District Planning Board (within two weeks of the Board’s written request to do) such information as the Board may reasonably require in order to determine whether the matters referred to herein are being observed.
It is suggested that any potential purchaser contacts the Lake District National Park Planning Board direct if they wish to discuss any variation on the above clause in relation to being self-employed and working from home.
Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services, and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purposes. Furthermore, where we have described fixtures and fittings as included in the sale we have relied upon the vendors instructions that these are included.
Purchasers should verify by pre-contract enquiries which fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.