- Traditional Cottage
- Four bedrooms
- Enclosed gardens
- Stunning views
An idyllic cottage steeped in history and brimming with character, dating from the 18th century. Tucked away with stunning views across countryside to Bassenthwaite Lake.
The property has been fully refurbished by the current owners to provide modern living whilst sympathetically blending in with the original traditional building. The deceptive accommodation comprises of an entrance hallway, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom with WC, sitting/dining room with a lovely stone feature fireplace, garden room, utility room which was originally the dairy, four bedrooms, box/storage room and a good sized recently modernised family bathroom.
A charming cottage with beautiful surrounding countryside of the Lake District National Park, all within a short drive of amenities and walking distance from two local public houses and a bus stop.Traditional Cottage
Stunning viewsaccommodationEntrance Hallway
Accessed via front door. Window to front aspect, Lakeland stone flooring, radiator.Cloakroom/WC
Fitted with wash hand basin and WC, window to front aspect.Kitchen
3.09m x 3.47m (10' 2" x 11' 5") Fitted with matching wooden wall and base units with complementary work surfacing over, incorporating stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Rangemaster cooker, fitted breakfast bar, plumbing for washing machine or dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, window to front aspect, radiator.Sitting Room/Dining Room
4.45m x 8.50m (14' 7" x 27' 11") Good size room with windows to rear aspect enjoying views of the enclosed garden and fells beyond. Inglenook fireplace housing Multifuel stove, built in solid wood bookcase, two radiators.Garden Room
2.52m x 4.43m (8' 3" x 14' 6") With beautiful views over the garden towards the Lakeland fells, and access to the enclosed rear garden.Utility Room
2.19m x 2.35m (7' 2" x 7' 9") With fitted storage shelving, original stone shelving, and window to side aspect.First FloorHalf Landing
Accessed via attractive stone circular staircase.Study/Store Room
With window to side aspect.Landing
With window to front aspect.Bedroom 1
4.52m x 2.93m (14' 10" x 9' 7") With window to rear aspect enjoying beautiful views, radiator.Bedroom 2
3.47m x 2.47m (11' 5" x 8' 1") Window to rear, with beautiful views towards the Lakeland fells, radiator.Bedroom 3
3.50m x 2.83m (11' 6" x 9' 3") Window to rear, with stunning Lakeland fell views, radiator.Bathroom
Fitted with three piece suite comprising bath with mains shower over, wash hand basin and WC, heated towel rail, two windows to front aspect.Bedroom 4
Currently used as a single bedroom, but does have plumbing for conversion to second bathroom if desired. With window to front aspect and radiator.ExternallyGardens and Parking
Fully enclosed, child and pet friendly gardens provide offroad parking to the front, together with raised lawn area, and mature trees offering a degree of privacy, and to the rear, an enclosed garden laid mainly to lawn, enjoying wonderful Lakeland fell views, with mature borders and useful log store.
Mains electricity, water and septic tank drainage. Remotely controlled, oil fired central heating installed. Telephone line installed subject to BT regulations. Please note - the mention of any appliances and/or services within these particulars does not imply that they are in full and efficient working order.
From our pfk office, head out of Keswick towards the A66 via High Hill. Upon reaching Crosthwaite Road roundabout, take the second exit signposted Carlisle. Continue along the A591 passing Bassenthwaite village. Just before reaching the Castle Inn, the gable end of Yew Tree House can be seen on the left hand side of the road