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Barn For Sale
Barn for sale 10 124500PFK, Penrithrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

The Old Map Shop is located close to the centre of Caldbeck, a picturesque village which lies within the Lake District National Park. The property has planning permission for conversion to a one bedroom house.  There is no local occupancy restriction attached, however, following conversion the property may be used for holiday purposes only, not as a permanent residence.  This is ideal for buyers looking to utilise the property as a holiday home and holiday letting investment property.

With services already connected to the property, this really is a blank canvas.  Situated within this charming village and boasting delightful views, this is a great opportunity not to be missed.

The village of Caldbeck has its own doctor's surgery, a public house, church, hairdressers and primary school. Further facilities can be found in the surrounding towns of Wigton, Dalston, Penrith and Keswick.



Set in the idyllic village of Caldbeck within The Lake District National Park. The surrounding area provides a variety of walking and cycling routes with the village of Hesket Newmarket just a few miles distant and the larger towns of Penrith and Keswick each 13 and 14 miles respectively.



Mains electricity, water & drainage connected. 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 Penrith take the A66 West towards Keswick. Just after the Sportsmans Inn on your right, take the right hand turn signposted Hutton Roof, then turn left (signposted Berrier). Continue through Berrier and continue on until you see a left hand turn signposted Hesket Newmarket and Caldbeck (B5299). Continue on that road for approx. 1.5 miles and The Old Map Shop stands alone on the right hand side, opposite the village school.




ACCOMMODATION 

Ground Floor 
Single glazed, shuttered windows to front aspect and open ceiling revealing joists. Newly installed cloakroom comprising WC and wash hand basin.

First Floor 
Accessed via an external staircase, this freshly decorated room has a wood beamed ceiling, two sash windows to front aspect, a wood burning stove and wooden flooring.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 

Planning Permission 
Planning permission was granted by the Lake District National Park Authority under planning application number: 7/2015/2229 for this property to be converted to a one bedroom dwelling. Since the original approval the restriction re Local Occupancy has been removed. The property must now be utilised as a holiday letting home (we understand must be let for a minimum of 3 weeks in every 12) and may not be used as a permanent residence.

Rates 
Currently rated for business use as a workshop and gallery.

Referral & Other Payments 
PFK work with preferred providers for the delivery of certain services necessary for a house sale or purchase. Our providers price their products competitively, however you are under no obligation to use their services and may wish to compare them against other providers. Should you choose to utilise them PFK will receive a referral fee: Napthens, Bendles LLP, Scott Duff & Co Property Lawyers/Conveyancing Service - completion of a sale or purchase, PFK will receive a referral fee of £120 to £180 per transaction; Pollard & Scott/Independent Mortgage Advisors – arrangement of mortgage & other products/insurances, PFK will receive a referral fee - the average fee earned in 2019 was £212.71; ETSOS/EPC and Floorplan Providers - EPC and floorplan £66.00, EPC only £24.00, floorplan only £6.00. All figures quoted are inclusive of VAT.

3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow For Sale
3 bedroom detached bungalow for sale 18 430000Hayward Tod Associates, Carlislerightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Spacious three bedroom detached bungalow in a peaceful situation within a popular North Lake District village. Offered in good order throughout having undergone a thorough programme of refurbishment. 

APPROXIMATE MILEAGES Dalston 8 | Keswick 15 | Carlisle 12 | Penrith 15 | M6/J.41 12 | Carlisle Lake District Airport 20 | Newcastle International Airport 70 

Entrance porch | Hall | Sitting room | Fitted breakfast kitchen | Rear lobby | Large utility room | Double bedrooms one and two | Side facing bedroom three | Bathroom | Gated driveway to ample parking | Garage | Lawned garden | Council Tax Band E | EPC pending | Mains water, electricity and drainage | Oil fired central heating and Aga | LPG gas fire  

LOCATION Situated on Friar Row, a peaceful no-through-road beside the Cald Beck which gives the village its name, Friar Garth sits within its own private garden and is a short walk from the centre of the village and the range of amenities therein. The church is accessible via a small bridge over the beck and there is also a village shop, Public House and tea room as well as a Cricket Club and Doctor's Surgery. The village also benefits from an active community and an enviable and highly accessible location on the northernmost edge of the Lake District National Park. The wider north Cumbria area is readily accessible with Carlisle, the M6 motorway, Penrith and Keswick being all just a short drive by car.  

ACCOMMODATION Offered in excellent order both inside and out the property has undergone comprehensive renovations at the hands of the current owners. Approached via gates and a gravelled driveway leading to an ample parking area and paved patio. A small entrance porch opens out to a larger central hallway with built-in cupboards and provides access to the rest of the accommodation. A large dining kitchen with oil fired Aga is complimented by an equally generous utility room and pantry cupboard. A rear hallway provides access to the integral garage and rear door to a paved patio. The dual aspect living room is a bright and airy space with a view over the private front lawn. The main bathroom is spacious and provides both a bath and corner shower. There are two good double bedrooms to the front and a smaller third bedroom to the side. The property benefits from upvc sliding sash windows, oil fired central heating and mains drainage. 


3 Bedroom Farm House For Sale
3 bedroom farm house for sale 13 Finest Properties, Lakes & North Westrightmove

Accommodation in Brief

Farmhouse
Entrance Vestibule | Sitting Room | Dining Room | Garden Room | Kitchen | Utility | Pantry | Three Bedrooms | Bathroom

Low House Farm Cottage
Rear Entrance Hall | Living Room/Dining Room/Kitchen | Utility | Two Bedrooms | Shower Room

Gardens | Garage | Outbuildings | Mowing & Grazing Land

The Property
Low House Farm is a highly desirable rural property which lies in a quiet location accessed via its own private lane. The property lies off the B5305 approximately 3 miles from the town of Wigton where a full range of services are available including primary and secondary schools whilst the city of Carlisle lies 10 miles to the north of the property.

Low House Farm is extremely accessible lying close to the A595 trunk road for access to the north and west and 14 miles to Junction 41 of the M6 motorway near Penrith.

Method of Sale
The property will be offered for sale by Private Treaty as a whole. Offers are to be made in writing to the Sole Agents. The Vendors reserve the right to sell the property without setting a closing date and any potential purchasers are therefore advised to register their interest with the Sole Agents. The Vendors reserve the right to exclude any of the property shown or generally amend the sales particulars.

The Buildings
The buildings consist of a range of traditional and modern buildings briefly comprising:

Garage (11.79m x 9.33m). Stone built with double wooden doors to garden. Includes a Dry Store/Office

Single Storey Shed including Wood Store (2.40m x 4.53m) and General Store (6.22m x 4.48m)

Two Bay Steel Portal Framed Building (10.44m x 5.95m) with concrete floors. Double doors to front and rear.

Two Bay Steel Portal Framed Building (10.44m x 5.95m) with fibre cement roof and lights.

Six Bay Steel Portal Framed Workshop (15.82m x 27.60m) with shuttered concrete walls. Part lofted. Work bench. Double sliding doors on front. Benefits from electric sockets and lights.

Pigeon Shed (12.10m x 3.07m) of wooden frame. Insulated composite panel roof.

Pigeon Shed (11.66m x 2.47m) of wooden frame. Monopitch roof.

Dog Kennel

Agricultural Land
The land comprises of an excellent block of mowing and grazing land which lies in a ring fence surrounding the farm steading and extends to 36.86 acres (14.92ha). All the land benefits from mains water and is well fenced and maintained throughout.

Tenure
We understand that the title of the property is freehold.

Services
The farmhouse and cottage benefit from a mains water and mains electricity supply. Drainage is to a joint septic tank. The telephones to the properties are installed to BT Regulations. The windows consist of UPVC double glazing. Central heating to the properties are provided by two separate oil fired central heating boilers located within each property.

NB: The septic tank is offered as seen in regard to the septic tank regulations. No deductions from the offered price will be made.

Council Tax
We understand that Allerdale Borough Council has scheduled the farmhouse and the farmhouse cottage as lying within Band D.

Exchange of Contracts, Vacant Possession and Completion
The purchaser will be required to pay a 10% deposit of the purchase price on exchange of contracts. This is to take place within four weeks of an offer being accepted. The deposit will be non-refundable in the event of the purchaser being unable to complete a sale for any reason not attributable to the Vendors or their agent. Vacant possession will be given on completion which is to take place within four weeks of exchange of contracts.

Basic Payment Scheme
The land is registered for basic Payment Scheme purposes and the Vendor has claimed Basic Payments for the 2020 scheme year which are to be retained.

The Vendor undertakes to transfer the Entitlements to the purchaser as and when the RPA rules allow in accordance with the regulations of the scheme for use in the 2021.

The purchaser(s) will be required to comply with the terms of the Vendors BPS application for 2020 and will indemnify the Vendor in respect of any breaches of condition of the application particularly in respect to Cross Compliance. All transfers will be made in accordance with the scheme and will be carried out by Hopes Land Agency. A fee of £250 plus VAT will be payable by the transferee.

Sporting and Mineral Rights
The Sporting and Mineral Rights will be transferred with the property to the extent which they are owned with the property.

Matters of Title
The property is sold subject to all existing burdens (covenants, rights of way, wayleaves, easements, drainage easements, rights of maintenance, ancient monuments, scheduled monuments, Sites of Special Scientific Interest etc) whether public or private and whether constituted in the title deeds or not. The purchaser(s) will be held to have satisfied themselves as to the nature of such burdens and are advised to contact the Vendors Solicitors on any matters arising.

Ingoings
There are to be no ingoing claims affecting the property.

Boundary Maintenance
The maintenance liability for the property is shown in the usual manner with inward facing "T" marks denoting liability. Where no "T" marks exist the responsibilities are not known.

Purchaser Registration
As part of the new Money Laundering Regulations relating to the sale of property, we as selling agents are obliged to carry out Customer Due Diligence checks on any potential purchaser prior to a transaction being completed. Anyone wishing to offer to purchase the property must provide us with proof of their identity prior to an offer being made.

Directions
From the south leave the M6 motorway at Junction 41 and take the B5305 sign posted Wigton. Follow this road for 14 miles and the property is located on your right approximately 1.6 miles after you leave the hamlet of Rosley.

From the north and west leave the A595 at the crossroads sign posted the B5305 to Penrith. Take the B5305 towards Penrith. The property is located 1.6 miles from the junction on your left hand side.

Viewings
Strictly by appointment. Please contact for further information.


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 37 595000Fine & Country, North Lakes and Eden Valleyrightmove


A charming four bedroom Cumbrian longhouse with attached two storey barn located in the highly desirable and scenic village of Caldbeck in the Lake District National Park.
A two storey outbuilding within the grounds with current planning consent for conversion into a two bedroom property for holiday use ancillary to Townhead House.  Magnificent views across to High Pike and the North Lakeland fells can be enjoyed from the rear garden. Currently a successful holiday accommodation, it is within easy reach of Penrith, Keswick and Carlisle and has excellent transport links. 

Townhead House dates back to the 1700’s and has been sympathetically renovated and updated in the recent past, whilst retaining its’ historic charm and original features. The stylish, beautifully presented rooms include a traditional dining kitchen, spacious sitting room with multifuel stove, snug with open fire and four double bedrooms, master with ensuite and family bathroom, the majority of the rooms having double aspect. 
The property is set on a large plot with gravel driveway, ample parking and outbuilding containing 2 loose boxes and a tack room. The beautiful south facing lawned gardens to the rear have mature shrubs and lovely areas for sitting out on a summer evening and enjoying the wonderful views of the surrounding countryside and the Lakeland fells. 

The property is an idyllic family home with the ability to put into effect the planning consent for an adjoining holiday letting property or it can continue as a holiday rental/second home. 

LOCATION 
Townhead House is located in a peaceful rural setting in the Lakeland village of Caldbeck, on the Northern edge of the Lake District National Park surrounded by stunning Cumbrian countryside and dramatic fells. The Cumbria Way footpath runs close by offering direct access on the fells for riding, hiking or cycling from Keswick to Carlisle. The village has a primary school, village store/post office, cafe, pub, doctors surgery and an idyllic duck pond in addition to cricket and bowling clubs. The nearby B5305 offers easy access to the M6 motorway, Penrith and Carlisle with major amenities and West Coast main line station 

Services 
High Speed Fibre 1 Broadband Mains water, electricity and drainage 
Oil boiler and multifuel stove provide heating and hot water combined or independently 
Council Tax  Band E although currently Small Business Rated with full relief 

Getting to Townhead House 
Address: Townhead House, Upton, Caldbeck, Cumbria, CA7 8EU 

Directions by car: 
FROM NORTH & A69 EAST: Leave M6 at J42. Take 4th exit (Newbiggin Rd.). Continue to Bridge End (Nr. Dalston). Join the B5299 heading to Caldbeck. Pass through Welton. Straight over crossroads at Goose Green(B5299/B5305). Turn Left at next crossroads (above Caldbeck)Turn Right in Caldbeck (at tearoom). Turn Left at School Turn Left immediately after humpback bridge, proceed up lane. Townhead House is facing you with ample parking over cattlegrid to the rear. 
FROM SOUTH & A66 EAST: Leave M6 at J4. Take 1st exit (B5305, signposted Wigton). Continue on this road through Unthank and Sebergham. After Sebergham turn left at the cross roads at GooseGreen (B5305/B5299). Turn left at next crossroads (above Caldbeck). Turn right in Caldbeck (at tearoom). Turn left at school. Turn left immediately after humpback bridge, proceed up lane Townhead House is facing you with ample parking over cattlegrid to the rear. 


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 38 595000Fine & Country - North Lakes and Eden Valleyonthemarket

A charming four bedroom Cumbrian longhouse with attached two storey barn located in the highly desirable and scenic village of Caldbeck in the Lake District National Park.
A two storey outbuilding within the grounds with current planning consent for conversion into a two bedroom property for holiday use ancillary to Townhead House.  Magnificent views across to High Pike and the North Lakeland fells can be enjoyed from the rear garden. Currently a successful holiday accommodation, it is within easy reach of Penrith, Keswick and Carlisle and has excellent transport links. 

Townhead House dates back to the 1700’s and has been sympathetically renovated and updated in the recent past, whilst retaining its’ historic charm and original features. The stylish, beautifully presented rooms include a traditional dining kitchen, spacious sitting room with multifuel stove, snug with open fire and four double bedrooms, master with ensuite and family bathroom, the majority of the rooms having double aspect. 
The property is set on a large plot with gravel driveway, ample parking and outbuilding containing 2 loose boxes and a tack room. The beautiful south facing lawned gardens to the rear have mature shrubs and lovely areas for sitting out on a summer evening and enjoying the wonderful views of the surrounding countryside and the Lakeland fells. 

The property is an idyllic family home with the ability to put into effect the planning consent for an adjoining holiday letting property or it can continue as a holiday rental/second home. 

LOCATION 
Townhead House is located in a peaceful rural setting in the Lakeland village of Caldbeck, on the Northern edge of the Lake District National Park surrounded by stunning Cumbrian countryside and dramatic fells. The Cumbria Way footpath runs close by offering direct access on the fells for riding, hiking or cycling from Keswick to Carlisle. The village has a primary school, village store/post office, cafe, pub, doctors surgery and an idyllic duck pond in addition to cricket and bowling clubs. The nearby B5305 offers easy access to the M6 motorway, Penrith and Carlisle with major amenities and West Coast main line station 

Services 
High Speed Fibre 1 Broadband Mains water, electricity and drainage 
Oil boiler and multifuel stove provide heating and hot water combined or independently 
Council Tax  Band E although currently Small Business Rated with full relief 

Getting to Townhead House 
Address: Townhead House, Upton, Caldbeck, Cumbria, CA7 8EU 

Directions by car: 
FROM NORTH & A69 EAST: Leave M6 at J42. Take 4th exit (Newbiggin Rd.). Continue to Bridge End (Nr. Dalston). Join the B5299 heading to Caldbeck. Pass through Welton. Straight over crossroads at Goose Green(B5299/B5305). Turn Left at next crossroads (above Caldbeck)Turn Right in Caldbeck (at tearoom). Turn Left at School Turn Left immediately after humpback bridge, proceed up lane. Townhead House is facing you with ample parking over cattlegrid to the rear. 
FROM SOUTH & A66 EAST: Leave M6 at J4. Take 1st exit (B5305, signposted Wigton). Continue on this road through Unthank and Sebergham. After Sebergham turn left at the cross roads at GooseGreen (B5305/B5299). Turn left at next crossroads (above Caldbeck). Turn right in Caldbeck (at tearoom). Turn left at school. Turn left immediately after humpback bridge, proceed up lane Townhead House is facing you with ample parking over cattlegrid to the rear. 

3 Bedroom Character Property For Sale
3 bedroom character property for sale 22 395000Finest Properties - Amblesideonthemarket

Accommodation in Brief

Kitchen| Dining Room/Sitting Room | Hallway | Study/Fourth Bedroom | Boiler Room | Cloakroom/WC | Three Double Bedrooms | Family Bathroom

Barns | Coal House/Log Store | Garden Stores | Sandstone Built Shed | Paddock | 0.47 Acres In All

The Property

Beech House forms part of the former vicarage to the parish of Westward and stands in a quiet position in the small hamlet of Church Hill. This attractive sandstone house retains period features and is a taste of old Cumberland with its cottage garden, cobbled courtyard, range of traditional sandstone barns and small paddock. Located just outside the northern boundary of the Lake District National Park, the position is ideal for enjoying the surrounding countryside whilst enjoying the peace and quiet of rural North Cumbria.

Internally, the property has been improved over recent years and provides a light and airy, flexible layout. Modern additions such as double glazed sash windows have been added to make the property ideal for 21st century living. A fantastic open plan sitting room and dining room with tiled floor and multi-fuel stove is situated to the front of the house enjoying a high degree of sunlight. Off this room is the kitchen with a range of modern units, electric oven, ceramic hob and space for a washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer. To the rear of the house is the hallway which leads to a cloakroom/WC, study or fourth double bedroom, and the original staircase leading to the first floor.

Upstairs, the accommodation is cleverly configured giving the three double bedrooms pleasant aspects from their respective windows. Each bedroom is individual with the master having an original feature fireplace. These bedrooms are served by a stylish modern family bathroom.

Externally

Beech House is entered via a five bar gate onto the cobbled courtyard which provides parking for several vehicles. There is a pretty cottage garden, with an apple tree and elderberry bushes, which is easily accessible from the house with sunny areas to sit and enjoy the views to open countryside. The range of traditional sandstone barns have double glazed windows and benefit from electricity and water. They provide excellent storage options and may have potential to develop, subject to the necessary planning consents. To the rear of the sandstone barns is a single-storey sandstone shed which may also have potential for a variety of uses. The enclosed paddock extends to around 0.3 acres and is ideal for a pony or chickens with an outside tap and drinking troughs.

Local Information

Church Hill, Westward is a small community set amidst beautiful countryside on the fringe of the Lake District National Park. This unspoiled rural area is conveniently situated for easy access to the Lakes, Solway Coast and Carlisle. Nearby Wigton provides everyday amenities including a good range of local shops, supermarkets, public houses, restaurants, primary and secondary schooling, and professional facilities. The regional capital of Carlisle is within easy reach and offers an excellent range of social, leisure and retail opportunities and an attractive pedestrian area, along with an impressive cathedral and castle. The property is also well-located for access to Penrith, the Lake District National Park and the Scottish Borders.

For schooling there are good local primary schools, with Bolton Low Houses, Caldbeck, Rosley and Wigton all within easy reach. For secondary schooling there is Nelson Thomlinson School in Wigton, Caldew School in Dalston and Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Penrith. Private schooling is available at Lime House School in Dalston which provides co-educational schooling from 3-18 years.

For the commuter the M6 (either junction 41 or 42) is within easy reach for onward travel north and south. There is a rail station at Wigton offering local services, while mainline rail services are available at Penrith and Carlisle, which provides fast and frequent services to London in the south and Glasgow in the north.

Approximate Mileages

Lake District National Park 2.7 miles | Wigton 3.3 miles | Carlisle City Centre 13.3 miles | J41 M6 17.1 miles | Keswick 18.6 miles | Penrith 20.5 miles

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
5 bedroom detached house for sale 18 340000PFK, Carlislerightmove

Tenure: Leasehold

Must be viewed! Versatile family accommodation with open views over Caldbeck, and a paddock for grazing (approx. 2.5 acres). This unique property is ideal for a growing family; the ground floor annexe has an additional kitchen, and offers space for home working, or a dependent relative.

Also to the ground floor are two reception rooms, spacious dining kitchen, sun room with open views, three bedrooms, master en-suite, family bathroom and utility area. To the first floor are two further bedrooms and attic storage. Externally there is ample parking to the front, a large garden to the rear, greenhouse, and a 30ft shed which could easily be converted into a stable leading to the paddock beyond. Viewing is advised to appreciate the size of this property, and the beautiful setting within reach of the Lake District National Park.



Welton is a small village approximately 4 miles from Dalston. The sought after village of Dalston has attractive country and riverside walks available on the doorstep. It offers a comprehensive range of local amenities including shops, public houses, primary and secondary schools, a Post Office, pharmacy and Co-op. For those wishing to commute there is easy access to the M6, A6 and the A595 and the village also provides a railway station with links to the main line station in Carlisle (London can be reached in approx 3.5 hours) and the west coast. The National Park is 4 miles south of the property and Keswick, only 18 miles away.



Mains electricity and water. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating and double glazing installed. Solar panels 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.



Leaving Carlisle on Dalston Road continue through the village of Dalston for approximately 4 miles towards Welton. When entering Welton the property can be found on the right hand side.




ACCOMMODATION 

Entrance Hall 
Window to side, radiator.

Dining Kitchen 
5.06m x 5.93m (16' 7" x 19' 5") max. L shaped room fitted with a range of wall and base units, complementary work surfaces, 1.5 sink and drainer, tiled splashbacks, double eye level oven, electric hob with extractor over, integrated dishwasher, window to rear, patio doors to rear garden, radiator, inset ceiling lights, open to utility area.

Utility Area 
Wall units, radiator.

Inner Hall 
Loft access, window to front, radiator.

Sitting Room 
4.38m x 4.57m (14' 4" x 15' 0") Dual aspect windows, open fire with hearth, surround and mantel, Karndean flooring, two radiators, loft access.

Second Kitchen/Office 
5.27m x 4.77m (17' 3" x 15' 8") max. L shaped room with dual aspect windows, radiator. The kitchen area is fitted with wall and base units, work surfaces, 1.5 sink and drainer, tiled splashbacks, electric hob with extractor over, plumbing for washing machine, solar panel controls, Karndean flooring, inset ceiling lights, loft access.

Ground Floor Bathroom 
2.98m x 1.76m (9' 9" x 5' 9") Panelled bath with electric shower over, shower screen, WC, vanity wash hand basin, heated towel rail, tiled walls, inset ceiling lights.

Bedroom 2 
4.23m x 3.6m (13' 11" x 11' 10") Window to rear, radiator, loft access.

Bedroom 3 
3.61m x 2.99m (11' 10" x 9' 10") Window to side, radiator.

Rear Hall 
Dual aspect windows, French doors to patio, stairs to first floor, understairs cupboard, loft access, radiator, cupboard housing water tank, solar panel controls.

Master Bedroom 
5.48m x 3.63m (18' 0" x 11' 11") Window to front, walk-in wardrobe, radiator, access to en-suite.

En-suite 
2.94m x 1.9m (9' 8" x 6' 3") P-shaped bath with shower over, WC, vanity wash hand basin, heated towel rail, inset ceiling lights, part panelled walls, tiled floor.

Separate WC 
1.95m x 1.43m (6' 5" x 4' 8") WC, wash hand basin, radiator, tiled splashbacks.

Living/Dining Room 
8.35m x 4.45m (27' 5" x 14' 7") Dual aspect windows, open brickwork, wood burning stove on hearth, French doors to sun room, two radiators, inset ceiling lights.

Sun Room 
3.66m x 4.16m (12' 0" x 13' 8") Dual aspect windows, two roof windows, door to garden, radiator, open views over Caldbeck.

First Floor 

Landing 
Storage cupboards into attic space (part boarded).

Bedroom 4 
3.08m x 4.73m (10' 1" x 15' 6") max. Roof window, radiator.

Bedroom 5 
4.96m x 3.49m (16' 3" x 11' 5") Roof window, radiator.

Externally 

Gardens and Parking 
To the front of the property there is a paved driveway providing ample parking. To there rear there is a large garden with a patio, lawn and borders, and a greenhouse.

Paddock 
Beyond the large garden is a paddock, approx. 2.5 acres, which is used for grazing. there is also a large shed, approx. 9.14m x 7.62m (30' 0" x 25' 0"), which could be converted into a stable.

Garage 
Power.

Additional Information 

Referral & Other Payments 
PFK work with preferred providers for the delivery of certain services necessary for a house sale or purchase. Our providers price their products competitively, however you are under no obligation to use their services and may wish to compare them against other providers. Should you choose to utilise them PFK will receive a referral fee: Napthens, Bendles LLP, Scott Duff & Co Property Lawyers/Conveyancing Service - completion of a sale or purchase, PFK will receive a referral fee of £120 to £180 per transaction; Pollard & Scott/Independent Mortgage Advisors – arrangement of mortgage & other products/insurances, PFK will receive a referral fee - the average fee earned in 2019 was £212.71; ETSOS/EPC and Floorplan Providers - EPC and floorplan £66.00, EPC only £24.00, floorplan only £6.00. All figures quoted are inclusive of VAT.

2 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
2 bedroom detached house for sale 19 310000H&H Land & Estates, Keswickrightmove

A charming detached 18th century two bedroom cottage with original features retained, set in a popular village location within the Lake District National Park with off-street parking, garden and useful detached 'Bothey'.

A quite charming detached 18th century two bedroom cottage in a popular village location within the Lake District National Park with off-street parking, garden and useful detached 'Bothey'.

Extremely well presented with a wealth of original features retained yet benefiting from full UPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating, gracious cottage sitting room and 'farmhouse' style dining kitchen with 'Rayburn' range.

Directions
From Keswick, take the B595 in the direction of Bothel, at the 'Castle Inn' crossroads turn right sign posted Ireby/Uldale/Caldbeck, proceed through Uldale and onwards over Caldbeck Common and into Caldbeck Village, pass the Junior School on the right at the bottom of the hill turn left (to the rear of The Oddfellows Arms) and cross the bridge and Woodcock Cottage can be found on the right hand side.

Location
Caldbeck itself is set within the Lake District National Park to the foot of Caldbeck and Uldale Commons, has a popular village Junior School, Public House, Petrol Station and Post Office and hosts several craft shops and a tea room and is the birth and final resting place of 'John Peel' of Hunting Fame.

Outside
To the side, double five bar gates give access to off-street parking for two/three cars, paved patio area adjacent to the property, rear garden area, stone built wood/fuel store and a detached:

Bothey
Suitable for a variety of uses, home office, gym play room etc with painted stone walls, slate roof and cast iron woodburning stove.

Services
Mains electric, water, drainage and oil fired central heating.


Entrance 
Entered from the rear via a part glazed composite front door into:

Hallway 
2.09m x 2.06m
Parquet style floor, radiator, under stairs storage cupboard, door to:

Dining/Kitchen 
4.59m x 3.93m
Double aspect with windows to the front and rear, both having working shutters, light wood kitchen base units, laminate work surface, inset single circular stainless steel sink, two ring induction hob, two oven 'Rayburn' oil fired range, alcove set with characterful stone surround, wooden mantle and 'Spanish' encaustic tiled surround and splashbacks, large built in pine dresser with drawers, cupboards and display top, parquet flooring, walk in:

Pantry 
Window, stone sconce and open wall shelving. Painted panel door to:

Sitting Room 
4.55m x 3.77m
Double aspect with window to side and gable, panelled surround and reveal, working shutters, original plaster coving and central rose, cast iron wood burning stove set into an open hearth with painted surround and mantle, double radiator.

Utility/Shower Room 
2.61m x 2.06m
Having a three piece suite in white comprising low flush WC, wash hand basin with central mixer tap, shower enclosure with tiled surround and mains fed showe4r, window, modern vertiical radiator.

Landing 
1.91m x 2.1m
A single turn staircase with handrail rises to a first floor. Window with shutters, painted banister and spindles

Shower Room 
2.59m x 1.98m
Three piece suite in white comprising close coupled WC, pedestal wash basin, shower with tiled surround and Mira Sport electric shower, part tiled walls, open wall shelving with wicker storage baskets, exposed beam, further landing with window and storage to:

Bedroom 1 
4.65m x 3.81m
Double aspect to front and side, panelled reveal and shutters, period open fire with tiled grate, slate hearth and painted surround and mantle, double radiator.

Bedroom 2 
4m x 3.41m
Two windows to the front, working shutters, radiator.

9 Bedroom Farm House For Sale
9 bedroom farm house for sale 31 895000Hayward Tod Associates, Carlislerightmove

Tenure: Freehold

A superb settlement comprising a Grade II Listed farmhouse and three income producing holiday cottages. Beautiful setting in a quiet but accessible location within the Lake District National Park near the village of Caldbeck and easily accessible for Keswick and Carlisle. 

APPRPOXIMATE DISTANCES IN MILES Caldbeck 3 | Keswick 14 | Carlisle Station (west coast main line) 16 | M6/J.42 north 15.2 | M6/J.41 south 17.2 | Carlisle Lake District Airport 22.1 | Newcastle International Airport 73 

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY  

FARMHOUSE Traditional "cross-passage" through hallway | Sitting room - fireplace | Living room | Breakfast kitchen | Rear Lobby | Utility | First floor | Double bedroom one with ensuite (to complete) | Double bedrooms two and three | Bathroom  

SWALLOWS REST Attractive Living room | Dining kitchen | Utility | First floor | Open plan double bedroom | Ensuite | Lots of character 

BRAE FELL Superb open plan kitchen and living room | Inner hall (access to High Pike Cottage) | Utility | Double bedroom one with ensuite shower room | First Floor | Double bedroom two with ensuite bathroom | Double bedroom three with ensuite shower room 

HIGH PIKE Entrance hall | Utility room | Garden room - lovely aspect | Double bedroom one with ensuite bathroom | First Floor | Open plan kitchen/living room | Double bedroom two with ensuite shower room  

DESCRIPTION High Greenrigg enjoys a magnificent setting with wonderful rural and fell views. The accommodation offered across the four properties is substantial and the opportunity for a lifestyle purchase is outstanding. The Farmhouse has significant character and offers scope to further enhance the accommodation (subject to planning) to meet the requirements of the incoming buyer. The holiday cottages are in good order and AIRBNB registered providing a steady income. 

High Greenrigg is complemented by its surroundings and generous gardens. The approach is across the gravelled driveway and common land through a gated entrance leading into a broad gravelled driveway/parking area. Landscaped gardens surround including low stone walls.  

DIRECTIONS From Caldbeck procced west on the B.5299. Turn left where signposted Greenhead, Fellside and Braithwaite. Proceed for approximately half-a-mile taking the second left, the entrance to which is a sign for High Greenrigg House. 

SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Drainage is to a private water treatment plant. An LPG gas supply serves gas fires within each of the three cottages together with gas central heating and water heating from individual boilers within both the farmhouse and Swallows Rest. The farmhouse also has a gas fired cooker. Central heating and water heating within Brae Fell Cottage and High Pike Cottage is provided by an oil fired boiler located in the utility room of High Pike Cottage.  


9 Bedroom Farm House For Sale
9 bedroom farm house for sale 31 1895000Hayward Todonthemarket
A superb settlement comprising a Grade II Listed farmhouse and three income producing holiday cottages. Beautiful setting in a quiet but accessible location to the north Lake District National Park near the village of Caldbeck and easily accessible for Keswick and Carlisle. 

APPRPOXIMATE DISTANCES IN MILES Caldbeck 3 | Keswick 14 | Carlisle Station (west coast main line) 16 | M6/J.42 north 15.2 | M6/J.41 south 17.2 | Carlisle Lake District Airport 22.1 | Newcastle International Airport 73 

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY  

FARMHOUSE Traditional "cross-passage" through hallway | Sitting room - fireplace | Living room | Breakfast kitchen | Rear Lobby | Utility | First floor | Bedroom one with ensuite (to complete) | Bedrooms two and three | Bathroom  

SWALLOWS REST Attractive Living room | Dining kitchen | Utility | First floor | Open plan bedroom | Ensuite | Lots of character 

BRAE FELL Superb open plan kitchen and living room | Inner hall (access to High Pyke Cottage) | Bedroom one with ensuite shower room | First Floor | Bedroom two with ensuite bathroom | Bedroom three with ensuite shower room 

HIGH PIKE Entrance hall | Utility room | Garden room - lovely aspect | Bedroom one with ensuite bathroom | First Floor | Open plan kitchen/living room | Bedroom two with ensuite shower room  

DESCRIPTION High Greenrigg enjoys a magnificent setting with wonderful rural and fell views. The accommodation offered across the four properties is substantial and the opportunity for a lifestyle purchase is outstanding. The Farmhouse has significant character and offers scope to further enhance the accommodation (subject to planning) to meet the requirements of the incoming buyer. The holiday cottages are in good order and AIRBNB registered providing a steady income. 

High Greenrigg is complemented by its surroundings and generous gardens. The approach is across the gravelled driveway and common land through a gated entrance leading into a broad gravelled driveway/parking area. Landscaped gardens surround including low stone walls.  

DIRECTIONS From Caldbeck procced west on the B.5299. Turn left where signposted Greenhead, Fellside and Braithwaite. Proceed for approximately half-a-mile taking the second left, the entrance to which is a sign for High Greenrigg House. 

SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Drainage is to a private water treatment plant. An LPG gas supply serves gas fires within each of the three cottages together with gas central heating and water heating from individual boilers within both the farmhouse and Swallows Rest. The farmhouse also has a gas fired cooker. Central heating and water heating within Brae Fell Cottage and High Pike Cottage is provided by an oil fired boiler located in the utility room of High Pike Cottage.  

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