No 1 has been in same ownership since it was converted in the 1990’s.
Terrace of five similar conversions, one of which is inhabited permanently.
Occupying a glorious position in Thorns Lane in this South Lakeland Village, within the Lake District National Park.
Panoramic views towards the iconic Scout Scar.
Underbarrow and nearby Brigsteer and Crosthwaite offer many facilities and amenities.
Kendal, just over 3.5 miles. Bowness-on-Windermere, 8 miles.
Presented to a high standard with principal accommodation on the First Floor, taking advantage of the stunning views.
Small lawned garden. Parking for 2 vehicles.
The household effects and contents may be available by separate negotiation.
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End Terrace, Grade II Listed Barn Conversion with a wealth of original features. Idyliic peaceful location with lovely easterly and southerly views. Open Plan Sitting/Dining/Kitchen. Three Bedrooms.
Location Underbarrow village nestles at the foot of the western slopes of Scout Scar, approximately 3.5 miles west of Kendal, in the Lake District National Park.
Tullythwaite Garth is on Thorns Lane, on the southerly periphery of the village, between the main road from Kendal to the village and the road between Underbarrow and Brigsteer.
Underbarrow includes The Black Labrador public house, Village Institute and Church.
Directions From Kendal town centre following the signs to Underbarrow and Crosthwaite, turn left at the Town Hall and follow the road, which crosses over the Kendal Bypass and continues over Scout Scar. Towards the foot of Scout Scar, at the hairpin bend, turn left, signposted Greenriggs. Tullythwaite Garth is approximately a quarter of a mile along the lane on the right hand side, just before Tullythwaite House.
Alternatively, if approaching from the direction of Crosthwaite, just before The Black Labrador Inn, turn right, signposted Brigsteer. Continue along the road and take the first left which is Thorns Lane. Continue along the lane for about a quarter of a mile, and Tullythwaite Garth is the barn conversion just beyond Tullythwaite House.
Entrance Hall:7'1" x 6'1" (2.16m x 1.85m). Glazed external door with glass side panel. Exposed wood lintel.
Inner Hall:10'9" x 5'9" (3.28m x 1.75m). Storage heater. Under stair cupboard.
Lounge:20'4" x 11'2" (6.2m x 3.4m). Two double glazed windows to east and south, overlooking open fields to Scout Scar. Two electric storage heaters. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and lintels. Open Plan.
Kitchen/Dining Room:19'8" x 13'1" (6m x 3.99m). Double glazed front window to the east. Exposed beams and lintel. Vaulted roof with two roof lights. Fitted Kitchen with base and wall units. Stainless steel sink unit. Electric hob and cooker, and an automatic washing machine/dryer. Two storage heaters.
Bedroom No 1:11'2" x 9'11" (3.4m x 3.02m). Double glazed south facing window. Large double glazed window to the west. Exposed wood lintels. Electric storage heater.
Bedroom No 2:11'2" x 10' (3.4m x 3.05m). Two windows to the east and south. Exposed wood lintels. Electric storage heater.
Bedroom No 3:13'1" x 9'6" (3.99m x 2.9m). Two double glazed windows to the west. Electric storage heater.
Bathroom:6'9" x 6'8" (2.06m x 2.03m). Double glazed window. Electric towel rail. Panelled bath with electric shower over. Pedestal wash hand basin. W.C. Part tiled walls. Exposed lintel. Wall fan heater.
Services Mains water and electricity. Night store heaters. Private shared septic tank drainage system within the grounds of Tullythwaite Garth. Planning
The original planning permission dated 13th June 1990 was for the conversion of the then existing barn to five units, restricting use to 9 months of the year. Ref 7/90/5215.
In December 1994 this restriction was successfully removed allowing occupation throughout the year. Ref 7/94/5525.
This permission states that the property should be used only for holiday purposes although one of the inhabitants of the development has successfully obtained Planning Permission to occupy the property on a permanent basis.
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