For sale: 18 Collin Croft, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4TH
Summary: A delightful Grade II Listed two bedroom cottage forming part of an Award winning development in one of Kendal's most historic and characterful Yards in Kendal town centre. The property includes a south facing patio terrace and would be ideal as a permanent home or a second home.
|Address||18 Collin Croft|
|Property Type||End of Terrace|
A delightful Grade II Listed two bedroom cottage forming part of an Award winning development in one of Kendal's most historic and characterful Yards in Kendal town centre. The property includes a south facing patio terrace and would be ideal as a permanent home or a second home.
A delightful and historically important Grade II Listed semi-detached cottage.
Part of an Award Winning development in one of Kendal's most characterful "yards".
Very convenient and discreet town centre location.
Light and spacious open plan living room/kitchen.
Two double bedrooms.
Bathroom/w.c and separate cloakroom/w.c.
Integral storage outbuilding.
Attractive, south facing patio terrace/courtyard.
Two parking permits from SLDC (subject to formal application).
Ideal as an easy to maintain permanent home or as a lock-up-and-leave second home.
For a first time visit it is best to approach the property on foot. The property can be reached from either Highgate or Beast Banks in Kendal town centre. From Highgate proceed up Collin Croft to the left-hand side of the HSBC Bank. At the top turn right. Continue through the archway and the entrance to No.18 will be found on the left.
Alternatively proceed up Allhallows Lane (opposite Kendal Town Hall). The road bends round to the left into Beast Banks. The entrance to Collin Croft will be found a short distance further along on the left-hand side. Go into the yard and the entrance will be found on the right-hand side.
The property forms part of Collin Croft which occupies a discreet location in Kendal town centre, tucked away in one of Kendal's most historic cobbled yards. It is very conveniently placed for all town centre amenities including shops, The Brewery Arts Centre, Abbot Hall Art Gallery and a wide range of leisure, cultural and educational amenities.
The historic market town of Kendal, renowned as being the gateway to the Lake District, is well placed for junctions 36 to 38 of the M6 motorway and for Oxenholme Railway Station on the London to Glasgow West Coast line.
|Entrance Hall:|| Utility cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine. Entrance door.|
|Cloakroom:||5'11" x 3'5" (1.8m x 1.04m). Wash hand basin and w.c. Deep shelf.|
|Lounge/Dining Room and Kitchen:||20'4" x 17'7" (6.2m x 5.36m). A light and spacious, L-shaped open plan room with tall, sash windows overlooking the courtyard garden. Glazed French door. Recessed alcoves.|
The kitchen area is fitted with a range of modern built-in floor and wall units with work surfaces and a stainless steel sink. Built-in oven, gas hob and extractor hood. Dishwasher.
|First Floor|| |
|Entrance Hall:|| Second front entrance door. Built-in linen cupboard with Vaillant (new in approx 2012) gas fired central heating boiler and lagged hot water cylinder.|
|Bedroom No.1:||12' x 9'8" (3.66m x 2.95m). A good sized double bedroom with a tall sash window to front. Built-in wardrobe.|
|Bedroom No.2:||11'4" x 8'10" (3.45m x 2.7m). A double bedroom. Tall sash window to front. Built-in wardrobe.|
|Bathroom:||7'6" x 5'7" (2.29m x 1.7m). Suite in white comprising an enamelled bath with electric shower unit, a pedestal wash hand basin and a w.c.|
|Store Room:||6'3" x 5'7" (1.9m x 1.7m). providing useful storage space for bikes, outdoor kit and the like.|
Outside storage "cupboard".
Delightful, south facing stone paved courtyard to rear with high stone walling on two sides.
Integral with the house is an under croft
Leasehold for the residue of a 999 year term subject to a ground rent of £20 per annum.
All mains services. Gas central heating.