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Whitrigg, Torpenhow

3 beds | 1 bath | 1 reception | £375,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


Beautifully positioned detached bungalow with significant further potential. Close to the Lake District National Park and less that 6 miles from Bassenthwaite. PV panels. Three beds. Open countryside views.

entrance porch | inner hallway | living room | dining room | kitchen | utility | W.C. | three bedrooms | family bathroom | garage | in-and-out driveway | rear garden | double glazing | oil fired central heating | solar panels | EPC C | council tax band E

APPOXIMATE MILEAGES Bassenthwaite 4.5 | Keswick 11 | Carlisle 17.5 | Wigton 8 | M6 motorway 21 | Newcastle International Airport 74

WHY TORPENHOW? A pretty village on the western fringe of the Lake District National Park, less than 6 miles from Bassenthwaite, the property sits high above the village and has wonderful views down towards the Solway. Situated just a short drive from the A595 the property is accessible to the wider region with the Solway Coast, Carlisle and Wigton all within easy reach, but with the benefit of being highly convenient for the Lake District in the other direction.

ACCOMMODATION The spacious accommodation, all set over a single level, is well laid out and whilst it requires some modernisation it presents the incoming buyer with a wonderful opportunity to create their ideal Lakeland retreat. The living room, with a light and airy dual aspect, has far reaching views down towards the Solway. The living room is open to the dining room at the rear, which itself enjoys views towards the hills. The kitchen, a good size space, is ready for some cosmetic improvement and is complemented by a useful utility space and W.C. There are three bedrooms, two of which are good doubles and the third an ample single. The bathroom, which is partly modernised has both a bath and separate shower. Externally the property has a paved in-and-out driveway. There is a garden space to the rear which is ready to be landscaped and a small patio. There is an attached garage providing good storage. Rarely do sizeable bungalows become available in the locality, so this is an opportunity not to be missed.

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