A substantial traditional Lakeland property, built in the early 1930s, with green slate/brick and traditional slate roof. Situated in ample south facing grounds including woodlands and river frontage, complete with fishing rights on the River Cocker. Close to all amenities and within a short distance of the town centre, whilst encapsulating beautiful views of the Fells.
To the rear and side of the property, there are large lawned garden areas with flowerbeds, patios and pathways. With several outbuildings, including a double garage, summerhouse, garden shed and greenhouse, this property has all storage solutions covered!
The property benefits from a further area of extensive woodland, which extends as far as the Garden Centre, and also reaches down to the river, again with stunning views of the Lakeland Fells.
Entry is through electric gates where the driveway leads to the large and spacious parking area, with room to park up to ten cars, and two garages.
With such a fantastic location, this property has excellent potential to be further developed. As previously mentioned, the property is within walking distance of the market town centre of Cockermouth, and for the commuter, provides easy access to the A66.
With superb oak front door and frame leading to extensive spacious entrance hall off which is a WC and downstairs cloak area. There is a further large walk-in storage pantry and a separate large cloakroom and storage, plus under stairs storage cupboard. Parquet flooring runs throughout the ground floor.
With a range of built-in shelves and fitted cupboards and radiator.
With feature fireplace housing electric fire, radiator, superb large bay window with stunning views over the garden, woodland and Cumbrian Fells.
Dining Room/Sun Room
With a large picture window and bay to one end, double opening doors to dining room and radiator.
With a range of fitted units including base and wall units, worktop, insert double drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, gas fired Aga cooker and boiler, built-in dish washer and fitted shelving.
There is also a doorway to a utility room.
With Belfast sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine, several built-in cupboards and shelving. This leads into a rear hallway with further store room and separate boiler room.
There is also a separate door to the rear garden.
With wooden balustrade stairs leading to landing having loft access and doors leading to:-
With a range of fitted wardrobes, bay window and built-in cupboards, radiator and door to en-suite shower room.
With shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and bidet plus a range of built-in shelves.
With a range of fitted wardrobes, two single beds that pull down from the wall, radiator and wash hand basin.
With a range of fitted built-in cupboards and plus a large walk-in storage area.
With a range of fitted cupboards, shelving and radiator.
With built-in wash hand basin and radiator.
Having a two piece suite comprising a panelled bath and a wash hand basin all in white, separate built-in airing cupboard, half tiled walls and heated towel rail.
With low level WC.
Lying just outside the boundary of the Lake District National Park, Cockermouth is an attractive market town not overwhelmed by the tourist atmosphere of Keswick and Ambleside. It is one of only 51 towns in Great Britain designated as a Gem town and is, therefore, recommended for preservation by the state as part of our national heritage.
The very pretty Georgian town of Cockermouth is the gateway to the largely undiscovered Western Lake District. Its a lovely place to live and the added bonus is you can be on a lakeshore, at the beach or up a fell within 20 minutes drive if you can tear yourself away from its wealth of attractions.
Cockermouth has something of a reputation for good shopping and there is a fantastic range of independent shops, foodies love the butchers, bakers, fishmonger and deli's, while those seeking something special for their homes are totally spoilt.
It has a great many amenities and activities of a high standard, these include: Wordsworth's house, four museums, a sports centre with an excellent swimming pool, golf and fishing on the Derwent and Cocker rivers
Travelling along Lamplugh Road towards the A66 and after passing the entrance to Parkside Avenue the driveway to the property is located immediately on the left hand side.
Mains water, electricity and septic tank drainage.
Allerdale Borough Council
Council Tax Band E
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