For sale: Hazel Bank, Hazel Street, Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 1EL
Summary: A fine and most attractive detached stone built house of substantial proportions offering versatile five bedroom accommodation perfect as a characterful family home or use as a guest house. Good sized gardens, ample parking and a double garage.
|Sold Status||Under Offer|
|Parking||Off Street Parking , Double Garage|
A fine and most attractive detached stone built house of substantial proportions offering versatile five bedroom accommodation perfect as a characterful family home or use as a guest house. Good sized gardens, ample parking and a double garage.
Planning consent for a detached local occupancy dwelling within the grounds. Private location close to the centre of Windermere village.
A most attractive double fronted detached traditional Lakeland house of character.
Exceptionally spacious and versatile accommodation, ideal as a lovely family home or for income generation.
Two reception rooms.
Kitchen and utility room.
Five double bedrooms, three with en-suites.
Family bathroom and separate shower room.
Gardens to front, side and rear.
Detached double garage and ample parking.
Planning permission for the construction of a detached local occupancy dwelling house in the rear garden.
Coming from the direction of the A591 Kendal to Ambleside road turn into Windermere village and follow the one-way system around the village centre. Just past the post office turn left immediately before the Co-op into Oak Street. Take the second turning on the left into Hazel Street. The property will be found at the top of the road on the left-hand side.
The property occupies a discreet and private location at the head of a cul-de-sac in an established residential area within a few hundred yards of Windermere village centre.
The thriving village of Windermere, together with its sister village of Bowness, offers an excellent range of shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities. The villages are located on the western shores of Lake Windermere in a most beautiful part of the Lake District. The villages are well served by public transport including a railway station with a link to Oxenholme for the London to Glasgow line.
Windermere is well placed for Ambleside, Staveley, Kendal and junction 36 of the M6 motorway.
|Entrance Hall:|| An impressive hall featuring a fine patterned tiled floor. The front entrance door has a beautiful lead light stained glass window and matching window above. The staircase is finished with a scrolled mahogany hand rail and turned spindles.|
|Lounge:||16'3" x 12'8" (4.95m x 3.86m). Splayed bay window to front. Additional window to side. Fireplace with mahogany surround and carved detailing. Glazed cabinet with cupboard below.|
|Bedroom/Living Room:||16'5" x 11'6" (5m x 3.5m). A versatile room. Carrera marble fireplace. Arched alcove. Splayed bay window to front.|
|En-Suite Shower Room:||11'5" x 4'8" (3.48m x 1.42m). Modern suite in white comprising a shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and w.c. Part tiled walls. Chrome ladder towel radiator.|
|Rear Entrance Hall:|| Patterned tiled floor. Rear entrance door.|
|Shower Room:||6'3" x 3'6" (1.9m x 1.07m). A fully tiled wet shower room with a wash hand basin and w.c. Chrome ladder towel radiator. Marble window sill.|
|Sitting Room:||13'8" x 9'7" (4.17m x 2.92m). A traditional morning room. Stone flagged floor. Fireplace with tall wood burning stove and wooden mantle piece. Alcove lined with bookshelves. Plate display rack. High on one wall is a row of the original brass servants bells.|
|Kitchen:||14'5" x 7'8" (4.4m x 2.34m). Range of built-in floor and wall units together with work surfaces and a stainless steel sink. Range style cooker. Extractor hood. Stone tiled floor. French doors lead out to the garden. Side entrance door.|
|Utility Room:||13'7" x 6' (4.14m x 1.83m). Being partially open plan with the kitchen the utility room has a matching range of built-in floor and wall units and work surfaces. Stainless steel sink. Display shelves. Built-in refrigerator and freezer. Dishwasher.|
|Studio:||19'3" x 15'3" (5.87m x 4.65m). A flexible space, ideal as an occasional bed sitting room, home office or games room. Fireplace with a traditional range. Tiled floor. Recess with work surface, sink and cupboards below. Bay window. Glazed entrance door.|
|First Floor|| |
|Landing:|| An elegant galleried landing with a tall window with an upholstered window seat. Built-in linen cupboards.|
|Bedroom No.2:||12'9" x 11'4" (3.89m x 3.45m). A double bedroom.|
|En-Suite Shower Room:||7'1" x 4'5" (2.16m x 1.35m). Suite in white comprising a shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand and w.c. Chrome ladder towel radiator. Part tiled walls. Tiled floor.|
|Bedroom No.3:||13'6" x 12'11" (4.11m x 3.94m). A double bedroom. Good range of built-in wardrobes along one wall.|
|En-Suite Bathroom:||7'4" x 5'10" (2.24m x 1.78m). An attractively appointed bathroom with a suite in white comprising a panelled bath with shower and screen, an inset wash hand basin and a w.c. with concealed cistern. Tiled walls. Marble tiled floor. Chrome ladder towel radiator.|
|Bedroom No.4:||13'7" x 9'7" (4.14m x 2.92m). A double bedroom. Built-in storage cupboard.|
|Bedroom No.5:||13'7" x 9' (4.14m x 2.74m). A dual aspect double bedroom.|
|Bathroom:||7'1" x 6'2" (2.16m x 1.88m). Suite in white comprising a panelled bath with shower and screen, pedestal wash hand basin and w.c. Part tiled walls. Tiled floor. Chrome ladder towel radiator.|
|Garage:||23'4" x 17' (7.11m x 5.18m). A detached block built and rendered double garage with twin up and over doors, power and lighting.|
A gated tarmacadam driveway to the rear leads to a wide car parking area with space for several motor vehicles.
The house occupies a good sized plot with established, stone walled gardens principally arranged to the front, side and rear. The gardens have been laid with stone chippings, for ease of maintenance, and lawned areas together with well stocked herbaceous borders and an interesting variety of shrubs. The garden to the side is part enclosed by latticed fencing to create a sunny sitting out area. There is a paved patio terrace to the rear.
To the rear of the house is a covered area.
Integral with the main house. Worcester gas fired central heating boiler. Lagged hot water cylinder. Plumbing for washing machine.
All mains services. Gas central heating.
Outline planning permission was granted by the Lake District National Park Authority on 27th May 2016 for the demolition of the existing garage and the construction of a new dwelling house for local occupancy (Reference 7/2016/5153).
A copy of the decision notice, approved plans and other related documents can be viewed by visiting the Lake District National Park Authority's website (www.lakedistrict.gov.uk) and using the planning search tool by keying in the above planning reference number. Alternatively the documents can be inspected at our Kendal Head Office.