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Blackhall Wood, Durdar

3 beds | 1 bath | 1 reception | £275,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


An interesting Grade II listed conversion with significant further potential in a peaceful yet accessible setting to the south of the city. Good garden and a range of outbuildings.

An interesting conversion with significant further potential in a peaceful yet accessible setting to the south of the city. Good garden and a range of outbuildings

APPROXIMATE MILEAGES Carlisle 5 | Dalston 3.5 | M6 motorway 3.5 | Penrith - North Lake District 19

WHY BLACKHALL WOOD? A small settlement of properties, formerly the Blackhall Wood Estate, on the southern fringes of the city, the property is ideally located for those wishing to enjoy a more peaceful rural lifestyle without forgoing the accessibility to local amenities. The popular village of Dalston is just a few minutes drive to the west and the M6 motorway a similarly short distance to the east. For those wishing to explore the wider region the Lake District National Park, Hadrian's Wall, and Solway Coast AONB are all within 30 minutes drive.

ACCOMMODATION Spacious throughout and offering potential to be extended in to the adjoining barns/outbuildings if required the property currently comprises a large kitchen diner and a spacious dual aspect living room on the ground floor. At first floor level there are three large double bedrooms all featuring exposed beams. The bathroom, which also contains a nod to the property's prior use as a barn, benefits from a shower over the bath. The property is approached via a sweeping drive which cuts through the garden and leads through an archway in to the shared courtyard where there are three more stores for the property.

SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Shared private drainage (likely requiring replacement to comply with the current regulations). Oil fired central heating. EPC E. Council tax band D

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