An elegant detached four bedroom house. Converted in 2000 from an Edwardian Water Pump House, Filter House retains its wonderful character and charm, alongside its modern fittings and elegant decor. Generous sized gardens, detached double garage and stunning views capturing parts of Lake Windermere, and the outlying fells. With well-proportioned rooms and design, this property comes with every aspect thought of for a property of such stature.
Traditional Lakeland stone walls feature on part of the property, complemented by slate detailing and feature archways to the exterior and finished with the pitched slate roof.
Filter House is immaculately presented, with excellent decor and modern interior fittings. Solid oak floors feature throughout, along with traditional Parquet flooring. The ground floor of the house comprises of a large entrance hall with cloakroom and WC, leading off into a smaller hallway into the triple aspect lounge, double doors to the dining room, split level breakfast room and kitchen area leading down into the spacious utility room. Four well-proportioned bedrooms, with two en-suite double shower bathrooms, and a family bathroom complete the first floor.
The outside of the property comprises of various paved and decked upper and lower terraces, which take advantage of the glorious views and provide areas to follow the sun throughout the day, detached double garage, which includes water, gas and electricity connected, twin single up and over remote doors. Complete with excellent storage area in the boarded roof space, with ladder access, with rear lean-to walk in wood store. Gravelled parking areas and wonderful woodland gardens, with meandering pathways and natural water features.
When the planning was granted on the property in 1999, a covenant was placed which states that the occupation of the property shall be limited to:
A person employed, about to be employed or last employed in Cumbria; or
A person who has, for the period of three years immediately preceding his occupation, had his only or principle residence in Cumbria.
Filter house is located in the highly regarded residential area of Storrs Park less than 2 miles from Bowness-on-Windermere, which is one of the most popular locations in the Lake District.
From our Windermere Office proceed south along A5074 New Road, continue to follow A5074 Lake Road. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A592 towards Newby Bridge. Pass Windermere Marina Village on your right and continue for a further ¼ mile passing Middle Entrance Drive on your left. Storrs Hill Lane is the next left. Filter House is at the top of the lane on the right.
South Lakeland District Council
Council Tax Band G
Viewings are strictly by appointment with Humberts Windermere.
SERVICES: Mains gas, electric, water and drainage. Double glazed windows and gas fired central heating to radiators.