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Property details

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms


  • Stunning conversion finished to a very high standard
  • Beautiful village location
  • Mature cottage garden with views
  • 3 bedroomed property
  • Spacious country kitchen/diner
  • Large Victorian style bathroom
  • Courtyard setting
  • Parking for two cars

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Tallentire is a pretty village in West Cumbria approximately three miles north of the market town of Cockermouth. This popular rural village is within easy access to Bridekirk Primary School and within Cockermouth Secondary School Catchment area. It has its own pub serving real ales and home cooked food. With rolling countryside views to the Solway coast and only minutes away from the Lake District National Park, this is a sought after location.

Property Description

Hiddenbeck Barn is a beautifully presented mews style cottage, carefully designed to retain the inherent character of the building with many original features, yet benefitting from modern day comforts. The accommodation briefly comprises lounge, dining kitchen, study and separate utility room to the ground floor. Upstairs are three bedrooms, one en-suite, the family bathroom and a large landing area. The main living areas are unusually spacious because of the barn’s proportions. Outside to the front of the property on the courtyard side there is designated parking whilst to the rear is a large, enchanting cottage garden with views over towards the Scottish mountains. There is planning permission in place build a green oak garden room off the lounge.

Ground Floor


The property is approached via a shared driveway which opens out onto a picturesque courtyard. The original barn entrance arch is now glazed and has a glass-panelled door opening into the lounge. A stable door also opens from the courtyard into the kitchen diner.


Large, dual-aspect windows to the front and rear elevations make this a lovely bright and airy room with feature inglenook stone fireplace with timber mantle housing a wood burning stove set on a stone hearth. Reclaimed timber flooring and exposed timber beams, plus characterful features including the original mechanics of when it was once a threshing barn give this room warmth and beauty. Double French doors provide access to the garden at the rear of the property. There is storage under the painted wooden staircase with spindle balustrade, which leads to the first floor. Add all this together and you have a characterful, comfortable family living room.

Kitchen Diner

Again the care and attention to detail can clearly be seen in this room with attractive limestone flooring, painted solid wood fitted units and matching central island and breakfast bar with complimentary light oak work surfaces. Under the cottage windows is a double Belfast sink with mixer tap and an incorporated dishwasher. The main feature of this country style kitchen is the open fireplace with exposed timber mantle housing a handsome 4 oven Aga.

The dining area has ample seating for at least eight people. There are two stable style doors to the front and rear elevation and to complete the picture the exposed timber beams and stone walls compliment another room of great character.


Accessed from the living room the study offers good size working space for any home worker, yet could easily be used as a second reception room or TV room. There are fitted ‘his and hers’ workstations with plenty of storage.

Utility Room

Accessed from the study and with access to the garden the utility houses the washing machine, plenty of storage in fitted kitchen units and a second Belfast sink.

Second Floor


The large bright open landing with continuing theme of exposed timber beams and stone walls, has natural light provided by a large glazed window at floor level. There is room for a seating area which gives access to all of the first floor rooms.

Bedroom 1

Spacious king sized bedroom with dual aspect windows to the front and rear elevations taking in the rural views across to the Solway Coast and the Cumbrian fells. Reclaimed solid wood timber flooring, exposed timber beams, and roof frames give a sense of light and space.

Bedroom 2

Double sized bedroom with window to front elevation, again with the characterful features of this property, benefitting from en-suite facilities.

En-Suite Shower Room

Comprising of wash hand basin, low-level WC, shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower.

Bedroom 3

This single or guest sized double room enjoys views across the Solway Coast from the rear elevation window, exposed roof timbers and stone walls.

Family Bathroom

This large and impressive bathroom consists of a roll top claw-foot bath with chrome mixer tap and shower head; a pedestal hand wash basin, Victorian style high-level WC, and double sized shower with glass shower screen and chrome shower. There is a heated chrome towel rail, a cupboard housing the hot water tank, light oak laminate style flooring and complimentary coloured tiles to dado height.


The front of the property is approached by a shared driveway with designated parking spaces for two vehicles within the courtyard. To the rear of the property is an enclosed large garden laid mainly to lawn with well stocked walled and shrub borders, an orchard area with pretty garden shed, a patio and decked sun terrace, taking in surrounding views across rolling fields, the Solway Coast and beyond. There are plenty of different seating areas and the south western aspect of the garden allows for many breathtaking sunset views.


Mains electric, water, and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

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Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Aspatria 4.2 miles
  • Maryport 4.5 miles
  • Bridekirk Dovenby CofE Primary School 1.3 miles
  • Dearham Primary School 2.6 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Aspatria 4.2 miles
  • Maryport 4.5 miles
  • Bridekirk Dovenby CofE Primary School 1.3 miles
  • Dearham Primary School 2.6 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in CA13:

  • £178,990
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  • -£4,977
  • (-2.705%)
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26th Feb 2019 £330,000 First listed

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