Barnet Rigg, Nr East Curthwaite
Guide Price £550,000
4 bedroom Detached House for sale: Barnet Rigg, Nr East Curthwaite
Guide Price £550,000
- Character throughout
- Driveway leading to ample parking
- Handy for Lake district
- Large kitchen with AGA
- Cantilevered staircase
- Pretty rural setting
- Superfast broadband provided by Solway Communications
A fine detached period dwelling in a commanding rural setting enjoying splendid views; beautifully located and with the benefit of a large garden and paddock - in all around 1.5 acres. Versatile four bed, three bath accommodation with excellent living space. Period features. Elegant stone staircase. Convenient for Dalston.
ACCOMMMODATION SUMMARY Entrance hall and stairs | Shower room | Sitting room | Dining room | Study | Drawing room | Large breakfast Kitchen with Aga | Utility room | First floor bedrooms 1,2,3 and 4 | Family bathroom | Lower ground floor | Hall with external door | Box room | Vaulted rooms 1 and 2 | Shower room | Outside | Large garden with parking | Substantial enclosed private rear courtyard providing additional parking| Rear garden | Large Deck | Open views | Oil central heating | Council Tax Band D | Energy Performance Rating D | Mains water and electricity | Shared (by 3) sewage to treatment plant | Freehold | Our client pays for and receives an excellent broadband service provided by Solway Communication.
SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION Barnet Rigg is located amongst undulating Cumbrian countryside and the approach is via a newly re surfaced lonning from the road. As soon as you arrive at the property the wonderful setting is apparent. Far reaching panoramic views are on offer from the property and the various areas of the garden. The location is accessible and just 3.5 miles from Dalston where a generous range of village amenities are available. The regional capital, Carlisle is 8 miles. Carlisle has a superb range of amenities and is on the west coast main line for regular access to London in around three hours twenty minutes.
Barnet Rigg is a substantial sandstone house with plenty of character and genuine period features. This becomes apparent the moment you enter the hall. The beautiful cantilevered stone staircase with its elegant handrail spirals up to the first floor landing. The entrance hall has a porcelain tiled floor and this continues into a wonderful kitchen. The generously sized breakfast kitchen has windows to two elevations, including a large picture window to the garden, fields and woodland beyond. The room features a beautiful wide stone arch, complete with Aga and Aga Companion cooker. A range of integral appliances are included. Of importance is the large shelved utility room which houses the central heating boiler providing ample space for boots and coats.
The living accommodation is generous. The living room has the benefit of a wood burning stove. There are three other living spaces, one having access to the courtyard and another with dual aspect, featuring an arched window to the rear decked terrace and view. This room also has a door out to the rear terrace via stone steps. The bedroom accommodation provides flexibility and includes four bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. Of particular interest is the lower ground living space, which provides two further rooms with vaulted ceilings, a modern shower room and a walk-in storage cupboard. The lower ground floor also has the benefit of a separate access and could provide a single level annex for a dependent relative or could be utilised as a home office/gym or additional guest bedrooms if required.
Externally the property sits within an ample site. There is a large expanse of open garden to the side of the property and the landscaped lawn and deck area which sit below the property and takes full advantage of the superb views. The property also includes a paddock extending to around 1 acre.
Viewing is advised to fully appreciate not only the wonderful space but also the very pleasant rural setting.
Hayward Tod Associates
Tel: 01228 810300