For sale: Hagg End, Crook, Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 9HS
Guide Price £1,250,000
Summary: A delightful rural Lake District Estate about one mile from Windermere. 17th Century restored Westmorland Farmhouse, Hagg End Barn converted to Local Occupancy residential accommodation. Excellent range of modern agricultural/storage buildings.
|Property Type||Farm House|
A delightful rural Lake District Estate about one mile from Windermere. 17th Century restored Westmorland Farmhouse, Hagg End Barn converted to Local Occupancy residential accommodation. Excellent range of modern agricultural/storage buildings.
Approximately 15.22 acres (6.16 hectares) of grazing and mowing land. In all about 17.44 acres (7.06 hectares).
An attractive traditional built 17th Century former Lakeland detached Farmhouse nestled centrally within the accompanying land. The house retains many traditional features yet has been complimented with various upgrades over the years to form a very well presented five bedroom family home. Currently let as a very successful holiday let. large garden extending to around half an acre, delightful country views and a 'terrace' for sitting out and entertaining.
Hagg End presents an excellent opportunity to purchase your own rural estate nestled in the Lake District National Park. The property is located only a few miles drive from Windermere and yet conveniently placed for commuters with junction 36 of the M6 motorway only 20 minutes away and the train station at Windermere 10 minutes drive providing a 15 minute connection to the West Coast mainline at Oxenholme.
The property is located on the famous Dales Way and there are a wide range of local amenities within the vicinity including the highly recognised Windermere Golf Club which is only a mile away. There is an excellent choice of schooling both state and private at primary and secondary levels.
Hagg End House, a substantial five bedroom unrestricted 17th Century Farmhouse with original oak panelling staircase and open beams.
Hagg End Barn has been converted with Local Occupancy Clauses and benefits from two further current planning permissions for substantial extensions.
Prime Lake District setting just over one mile south-east of Windermere in a highly sought after area.
Panoramic countryside views over the valley and towards the ironic Lake District fells.
Ideal smallholding for hobby farmers and those with equestrian interests.
Large agricultural/storage building conveniently hidden behind the residential accommodation.
Only 20 minutes from junction 36 of the M6 motorway and Oxenholme Station on the main train line.
Small Lake District Country Estate in a picturesque and highly sought after location.
From Kendal travelling along the B5284, known as the Crook Road towards Windermere take the next right after The Gilpin Lodge signposted gated road, follow this lane past the cottage on your left-hand side and take the next left-hand gated drive to Hagg End.
The property is located in an idyllic rural setting just over a mile south-east of Windermere and two miles north-west of Crook in the Lake District National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
|Ground Floor|| |
|Breakfast Kitchen:||21'7" x 14' (6.58m x 4.27m). Large kitchen/diner room with good range of base and wall units. Rangemaster range cooker and slate flooring.|
|Utility Room:||16'2" x 9'11" (4.93m x 3.02m). Original slate floor and range. Fitted wood base and wall cupboards.|
|Lounge:||19'8" x 15'5" (6m x 4.7m). Wood panelling. Wood burning stove. Stone fireplace with Lakeland slate hearth.|
|Family Bathroom:|| With shower, w.c, basin and built-in store.|
|Bedroom No.5:||13'8" x 10'6" (4.17m x 3.2m). En-suite with w.c., basin and shower|
|First Floor|| |
|Bedroom No.1:||19'5" x 9'7" (5.92m x 2.92m). |
|En-Suite Shower Room:|| Bath with shower, w.c. and wash hand basin.|
|Bedrooom No.2:||12'3" x 8'7" (3.73m x 2.62m). |
|Bedroom No.3:||14'5" x 10'10" (4.4m x 3.3m). |
|Bedroom No.4:||17'1" x 11' (5.2m x 3.35m). |
|En-Suite Shower Room:|| Shower, w.c. and wash hand basin. External access to garden.|
|Hagg End Barn|| |
|Ground Floor|| |
|Lounge:||22'1" x 12'10" (6.73m x 3.91m). With central wood burning stove and flagged floor.|
|Study:||7'11" x 10'1" (2.41m x 3.07m). |
|Shower Room:||7'11" x 7'2" (2.41m x 2.18m). |
|Kitchen:||14'10" x 11'1" (4.52m x 3.38m). |
|First Floor|| |
|Family Room:||24'2" x 18'4" (7.37m x 5.59m). |
|Bedroom No.1:||9'3" x 11'11" (2.82m x 3.63m). |
|Bedroom No.2:||6'4" x 8'2" (1.93m x 2.5m). |
|Eaves Storage:||14'10" x 5'5" (4.52m x 1.65m). |
|Bathroom:||5'5" x 5'4" (1.65m x 1.63m). |
|Second Floor|| |
|Mezzanine:||11'7" x 18'5" (3.53m x 5.61m). |
|Farm Bulding:||82' x 75'6" (25m x 23.01m). Located and hidden beyond the two houses is a substantial five bay steel portal frame general purpose building, concrete block walls, zinc metal cladding and roof. The building is part lofted, and includes an internal stable block. Multiple access points, large hard standing area to the front.|
HAGG END BARN
Traditional built stone barn which forms a Local Occupancy dwelling, complementing the main house. It benefits from two planning permissions. A double garage with offices/reception rooms. A kitchen extension to form kitchen diner and large porch plus second floor en-suite bedroom.
The surrounding land is in a ring fence conveniently circulating the central original farmstead. The land is sound grazing pasture and meadow with a secure stock proof boundary. The land to the east is gently undulating whilst the land to the north rises to an excellent view point over the valley and towards the picturesque Lake District fells.
The land is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme and the 2017 payment was £1,563.04. The Basic Payment Scheme entitlement will be transferred to the purchaser following completion.
Vacant possession on completion.
Mains electricity, private drainage and water. Hagg End House has oil fired central heating. Hagg End Barn is serviced by a large log burner.
COUNCIL TAX/RATEABLE VALUE
Hagg End House - presently business rated. Benefits from Small Business Rate Relief.
Hagg End Barn - Band 'E'.