Winander Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 0QP
- 4 Bed House - link detached For Sale
- Reception Rooms: 3 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 3
Offered for sale in this tranquil village of Leece is this ONE-OFF, UNIQUE and period COUNTRY HOUSE with superb EXTENSIVE GARDENS. This property has an attached, integrated and CONVERTED BARN with many character features. Solid fuel and electric heating with double glazing, modern fitments and tasteful decoration throughout. Magnificent, sizeable and MATURE GARDENS with patios, beds, trees and lawns with superb aspects. Ample parking. Residential planning permission to the rear.
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14 King Street,
Cumbria. LA12 7DZ
Tel: 01229 525333
- Unique Period Country Home
- Superb, Extensive Gardens
- Solid Fuel & Electric Heating with Double Glazing
- 4 Good Sized Bedrooms
- En Suite & Separate Family Bathroom
- 3 Reception Rooms
- Ample Parking
- No Chain
- EPC - F
Entrance Hall extends to
Original style cornice. The hallway provides access to the dining room, kitchen. Door to the formal lounge.
Reception One - Lounge
Within the room, single radiator with thermostat, two double power points and TV aerial.
The room enjoys good ceiling height of 2.80m, with decor shade of natural sand, cream above the picture rail, plaster cornice to the ceiling, pine floor boarding, deep skirting boards, raised floor to the bay with window seat.
Good ceiling height of 2.80m, Attractive and distinctive quarry tiled floor of a mosaic style. Built in airing cupboard with louvre doors, shelving, lagged hot water tank. Wall serving hatch to the kitchen.
There is an inner hall - connection to the study, further to the secondary kitchen and barn lounge.
Decor is cream, with peach above the picture rail. Panel radiator with thermostat, one double power points
Four steps down to the utility/secondary kitchen, feature glazed door access into the barn lounge.
Reception Four - Barn Lounge
Another room of super proportions, with good ceiling height of 2.40. Four wall lights, economy 7 storage heater, six double power points. Timber beams to the ceiling, also to the window heads, parquet herringbone flooring - reflects the quality. Feature glazed internal arches and independent door are to the secondary kitchen diner.
Traditional chimney breast of slate tiling, with recess and fitted solid fuel Rayburn of a mocha shade, with oven and hot plate.
Candy two ring ceramic hob. Creda plan combination fan assisted oven and microwave, grill, light and timer. Integrated Bosch dishwasher. Points for three ceiling lights. Power points, ceramic floor tiles of a wood strip style.
Double glazed door leads externally to the rear and garden.
Walk in Pantry extends to
Utility Room - Secondary Kitchen
Two feature/divisional Gothic style inner wall window and door. Spiral staircase. Door to the side porch, twin doors to the patio garden area (to the front) .
Spiral iron stairs with timber treads (open plan) lead to the first floor.
Inner Hall extends to
A quality and most appealing period room, with cornice, picture rail, deeper skirting boards, period style ornate /cast fire surround. TV aerial.
Decor of William Morris in fern green print and floral motif. Reflecting the versatility of the property, this is currently used as a reception room.
Single radiator , two double power point and TV aerial. Decor of 'Honeysuckle ' by William Morris. The room enjoys cornice and picture rail. Ceiling height of 2.80m, deeper skirting boards.
First Floor Landing
Built in twin door wardrobes.
Ensuite Shower Room
Ground Floor Shower Room
First Floor Shower Room
To the front and slightly raised is the landscaped garden with pebble beds and paths, planted beds, a beautiful approach.
The extensive gardens of approximately ¾ acre to the rear are delightful , tranquil and the pride of our vendors.
There are individual and inclusive areas of garden with rockery, ornamental pond, patio areas for recreation. Paths lead
to the rear - with the garden beds numerous mature trees, vegetable and flower beds. Pergola. Delightful 'hidden' garden areas.
The garden has been opened to the public for twelve years under the National Garden Scheme ( yellow book) and has also
featured in Lancashire Life and Cumbria Life magazines.
Substantial area of chipping for vehicular parking and turning and family recreation.
There is planning residential permission within the rear curtilage.
Open counrtyside to the rear and a sunny aspect.