For sale: 2 Mew Cottages, Roundthwaite, Penrith, Lake District, CA10 3XU
£265,000 LAKE DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK
Summary: A fabulous barn conversion, now virtually complete, forming part of a stunning new development of just three individual homes. Beautifully appointed, spacious accommodation, crafted and finished to an exceptional standard. Ample parking and good sized garden.
|Address||2 Mew Cottages|
|Sold Status||Under Offer|
|Parking||Off Street Parking|
A fabulous barn conversion, now virtually complete, forming part of a stunning new development of just three individual homes. Beautifully appointed, spacious accommodation, crafted and finished to an exceptional standard. Ample parking and good sized garden.
Delightful rural location in the East Lakes hamlet of Roundthwaite with direct access onto the fells.
A stunning development and conversion of a very fine and substantial Westmorland Barn by MPDL Barns with building work carried out by highly respected Shire Homes of Cumbria.
The passion and enthusiasm of the developers for this barn conversion is infectious; the attention to detail and the combination of excellent craftsmanship, style and quality has created three wonderful homes which offer space and light in abundance.
These beautiful properties are enhanced by the delightfully picturesque setting in the hamlet of Roundthwaite, which nestles below the impressive Lakeland Fells just within the eastern boundary of the Lake District National Park.
The barn conversions are offered without restriction and will therefore appeal to those seeking a holiday home or holiday let investment, as well as those looking for a permanent home in the country.
A fabulous stone and slate built barn conversion of style and quality, now virtually complete.
Well planned, spacious and versatile family living accommodation arranged over three floors.
Good sized living room with French doors opening out onto a patio.
Comprehensively fitted and equipped kitchen.
Stunning master bedroom with beautifully appointed en suite shower room, with under floor heating.
Two further bedrooms, one with a spectacular full length window and a luxurious main bathroom.
Fully double glazed wooden framed windows finished externally with Farrow & Ball paint.
Oak floors to the ground floor, oak veneered doors, fitted carpets to the bedrooms and staircase and tiling to the bathrooms.
Ample parking and integral storage outbuilding.
Good sized rear garden adjoining open fellside. Lovely views.
From Junction 38 of the M6 motorway follow either exit to the first roundabout. Turn right on to the A685 road signposted to Kendal. Follow the road for about a mile and go over a bridge over the motorway. Turn immediately right signposted to Roundthwaite. Follow the road for about a third of a mile to Roundthwaite. Turn left and follow the lane to a fork. Follow the right hand fork to find Mew Cottages on the left hand side.
Mew Cottages occupy a picturesque setting in the delightful East Lakes hamlet of Roundthwaite, which nestles below the slopes of the fell known as Jeffrey's Mount. The original barn was part of Roundthwaite Abbey, formerly part of a working farm.
Directly opposite the barn, and across the approach lane, is Roundthwaite Beck with its wooded banks, which are a carpet of flowers in the spring.
The gardens of the barn conversion back directly on to the fellside where there is a public footpath leading into the hills. The countryside hereabouts is typical of the Lake District and quite spectacular.
Roundthwaite is located in the Lune Valley, just within the eastern boundary of the Lake District National Park, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hamlet is convenient for Junction 38 of the M6 motorway with excellent links to Penrith, Carlisle, Lancaster, Preston and Manchester. It is well placed for Kendal, Sedbergh, Orton and Kirkby Stephen where there are excellent secondary schools. Sedbergh has a renowned private school. The bus for Kirkby Stephen Grammar School picks children up from the top of the lane, just a third of a mile away.
|Entrance Hall:||12' x 4'3" (3.66m x 1.3m). Understairs storage cupboard. Oak flooring.|
|Living Room:||14'8" x 11'9" (4.47m x 3.58m). A well proportioned room featuring double French doors opening out onto the south facing patio. Oak flooring.|
|Kitchen:||10'8" x 7'3" (3.25m x 2.2m). To be fitted with a comprehensive range of built-in floor and wall units together with work surfaces and a stainless steel sink. Double oven, ceramic induction hob and extractor hood. Dishwasher and washing machine. Refrigerator and freezer. Oak floor.|
|First Floor|| |
|Bedroom No.2:||14'7" x 11'10" (4.45m x 3.6m). A good sized double bedroom.|
|Bedroom No.3:||8'2" x 6'11" (2.5m x 2.1m). Perfect as a third bedroom but also ideal as a home office or study.|
|Second Floor|| |
|Master Bedroom:||14'7" x 12' (4.45m x 3.66m). A superb, spacious double bedroom featuring a high open ceiling with two Velux roof windows filling the space with light. Built-in linen cupboard with a pressurised hot water cylinder.|
|En-Suite Shower Room:||10'5" x 7'6" (3.18m x 2.29m). A beautifully appointed shower room with underfloor heating. Large shower cubicle, wall hung wash hand basin with cupboards below and a w.c. with concealed cistern. Part tiled walls and tiled floor. Ladder towel radiator with timer switch. Storage cupboard.|
|Bathroom:||8'3" x 6'3" (2.51m x 1.9m). A luxuriously appointed bathroom fitted with a contemporary style suite comprising a tile panelled bath set into a Silestone surround, a wall hung wash hand basin with cupboards below, and a w.c. with concealed cistern. Part tiled walls. Tiled floor with underfloor heating. Chrome towel radiator. Wall storage cupboard with electric socket. Mirrored recess.|
Stone walled driveway to front providing off-road parking for two motor vehicles. Immediately in front of the house is a walled, stone flagged patio. Adjoining the rear of the house is a south facing stone flagged courtyard style patio with attractive cedar cladding on the rear wall. Stone steps lead up to the long rear garden which adjoins the fell side. A stone stile has been built into the rear drystone wall to allow access onto the fell side where there is a public footpath.
Mains electricity. A newly installed bore hole provides the water supply, shared between four users. Newly installed septic tank/treatment plant, shared between four users. Electric heating, with NEST smart control system. Under floor heating to the En Suite Shower Room.
A service charge of approximately £500 per annum (to be confirmed), will be payable in respect of the servicing and maintenance of the water supply and septic tank/treatment plant.
COUNCIL TAX To be confirmed
ENERGY RATING ???
LOCAL AUTHORITY Eden District Council. Tel No: 01768 817 817.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment through our Kendal Office.