For sale: The Coppice, 4 Kent Drive, Staveley, Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 9NZ
£215,000 NO CHAIN
Summary: An attractive semi-detached two bedroom bungalow occupying a discreet position at the head of a cul-de-sac. Set in delightful gardens the bungalow enjoys a lovely outlook from the rear. Now ready for modernisation the sale of this property is a perfect opportunity to purchase a manageable
|Address||4 Kent Drive|
|Property Type||Semi-Detached Bungalow|
|Sold Status||Under Offer|
An attractive semi-detached two bedroom bungalow occupying a discreet position at the head of a cul-de-sac. Set in delightful gardens the bungalow enjoys a lovely outlook from the rear. Now ready for modernisation the sale of this property is a perfect opportunity to purchase a manageable
home in one of the most sought after villages in the Lake District. Energy Rating 'F'.
An attractive semi-detached true bungalow.
Lovely outlook from the rear overlooking the River Kent and the fields and woods beyond.
Upvc double glazing and electric heating.
Scope for upgrading and extending.
Discreet cul-de-sac location.
Located in one of the most sought after villages in the Lake District.
Coming from the direction of Kendal proceed into the centre of Staveley along Main Street. Go through the village centre and then turn right at the village hall into Kentmere Road. Follow the road to just before the war memorial and church and turn right into Kent Drive. The property will be at the top of the cul-de-sac.
The property is located in Kent Drive which is situated just off the Kentmere Road close to Staveley village centre. Staveley is a thriving village with a strong sense of community. Amenities include a good range of shops, cafes, a post office, a primary school, a church, a pub and leisure and recreation amenities. The village is on a bus route and there is a railway station on the Kendal to Windermere line.
Staveley is wholly within the Lake District National Park, situated at the mouth of the beautiful Kentmere Valley surrounded by breathtaking scenery. The village is located between Kendal and Windermere, well placed for access to junction 36 of the M6 motorway.
|Porch:|| A glazed front entrance porch.|
|Hall:|| Glazed front door. Tiled floor.|
|Lounge:||12'6" x 11'8" (3.8m x 3.56m). A spacious room with a double glazed picture window. Tiled fireplace.|
|Kitchen:||10'8" x 6'10" (3.25m x 2.08m). Built-in wall and floor units together with a stainless steel sink and work surfaces. Breakfast table. Tiled walls. Double glazed window.|
|Utility Room:||4'9" x 3'10" (1.45m x 1.17m). Wall and floor cupboards. Work surface. Tiled floor. Part glazed rear entrance door.|
|Inner Hall:|| Access to loft.|
|Bedroom No.1:||12'10" x 10'1" (3.91m x 3.07m). A good sized double bedroom with a range of built-in furniture comprising wardrobes, overhead storage cupboards and two chests of drawers. Linen cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder.|
|Bedroom No.2:||8'6" x 7'5" (2.6m x 2.26m). A well proportioned and versatile room. Double glazed window to rear.|
|Bathroom:||6'8" x 5'6" (2.03m x 1.68m). Suite in white comprising a panelled bath, a pedestal wash hand basin and a w.c. Part tiled walls. Double glazed window to rear.|
A feature of the property is the established gardens to the front and rear. Gravelled areas and paving bisect well stocked herbaceous borders with an interesting variety of perennials, shrubs, spring flowering bulbs and ornamental trees. The rear garden has a lovely aspect overlooking the River Kent and the fields and woods beyond. There is also a timber garden shed.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Electric heating.