For sale: Pocket Nook, Spark Bridge, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 8BS
Summary: A substantial detached stone built five bedroom house being an interesting conversion of a former mill and barn. Exceptionally spacious and versatile family living accommodation with scope for the creation of an annexe. Garage/workshop. Ample parking and gardens.
|Parking||Off Street Parking , Garage|
A substantial detached stone built five bedroom house being an interesting conversion of a former mill and barn. Exceptionally spacious and versatile family living accommodation with scope for the creation of an annexe. Garage/workshop. Ample parking and gardens.
Delightful location on the edge of the charming village of Spark Bridge, close to Coniston Water and well placed for Ulverston. Energy Rating 'D'.
A substantial stone built mill and barn conversion.
Delightful edge of village location.
Very spacious and versatile family living accommodation.
Fabulous open plan kitchen/living room with Aga.
Lounge and study.
Upvc double glazing.
Large garage/workshop and utility room.
Ample parking and gardens.
Spark Bridge is located just off the A595 road, about a mile north of Greenodd. From Greenodd proceed north passing through Penny Bridge. After about half a mile turn right, signposted to Spark Bridge. Follow the road into the centre of the village. Turn left. Take the next right after the pub. Take the next left and the property will be found straight ahead.
Pocket Nook occupies an elevated position with a pleasant outlook overlooking woodland, on the edge of the charming village of Spark Bridge.
The attractive village of Spark Bridge nestles in the picturesque Crake Valley, just south of magnificent Coniston Water. Spark Bridge has two pubs as well as a village hall and the delightful River Crake is spanned by a historically interesting bridge in the centre of the village where there is a picnic area. Just down the road at Greenodd there is a bakery, a butchers and convenience store.
Spark Bridge is perfectly placed for exploring the southern Lake District, it is also convenient for the historic market town of Ulverston and for the A590 road giving access to Kendal, Lake Windermere and the motorway.
|Entrance Hall:|| Tiled floor. Cloaks pegs. Door to the garage.|
|Cloakroom:||5'1" x 3'7" (1.55m x 1.1m). Wash hand basin and w.c. Tiled floor.|
|Bedroom No.4:||11'5" x 7'10" (3.48m x 2.39m). A double bedroom. Under stairs storage cupboard.|
|Bedroom No.5/Study:||8'6" x 8'2" (2.6m x 2.5m). A versatile room.|
|First Floor|| |
|Rear Entrance Hall:|| An impressive space featuring a tall and wide window, incorporating a glazed entrance door and a glazed roof.|
|Kitchen/Living Room:||20'8" x 18'7" (6.3m x 5.66m). A light and spacious open plan room. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of built-in wall and floor units together with feature stone work surfaces and a Belfast sink. Aga twin hob stove. The living area has a multi-fuel burning stove. Windows on two sides.|
|Lounge:||20'9" x 10'9" (6.32m x 3.28m). A delightful room featuring an open beamed ceiling and a rustic stone fireplace with a multi-fuel burning stove. Windows on two sides.|
|Study:||11'7" x 8'2" (3.53m x 2.5m). Ideal as a home office or hobbies room.|
|Bedroom No.1:||12'2" x 11'7" (3.7m x 3.53m). A good sized double bedroom.|
|En-Suite Bathroom:||10' x 6'8" (3.05m x 2.03m). Refitted with a contemporary suite in white comprising a free standing bath, a wash hand basin set onto a cupboard, a w.c. and a shower cubicle. Tall storage cupboard and fitted shelves.|
|Second Floor|| |
|Galleried Landing:|| The dog leg staircase has galleries overlooking the rear entrance hall and kitchen. Exposed beams.|
|Bedroom No.2:||17'9" x 11' (5.4m x 3.35m). A spacious double bedroom with exposed beams and a range of built-in storage cupboards along one wall.|
|Bedroom No.3:||17'9" x 11' (5.4m x 3.35m). Another large double bedroom. Exposed beams. Range of built-in storage cupboards along one wall.|
|Bathroom:||10'3" x 8'2" (3.12m x 2.5m). Suite in white comprising a panelled bath, a pedestal wash hand basin, and w.c. and a shower cubicle. Tiled walls. Exposed beams.|
|Garage/Workshop:||21'2" x 17'11" (6.45m x 5.46m). A good sized garage which has had one corner partitioned off to create a utility room/boiler room with plumbing for a washing machine, an oil fired central heating boiler and a modern water storage cylinder with expansion tank. The garage itself has power and lighting, a Belfast sink and a wooden up and over door.|
The house occupies a generously proportioned, split level plot with terraced gardens principally arranged to the side and rear. To the side of the house is a delightful stone walled beck, understood to have once been a millrace, crossed by a wooden bridge. The gardens to the side of the house are interested by stone paved and gravelled pathways. The rear garden has a lawn, which borders a field, and there is a timber decked sitting out area. Immediately at the back of the house is a courtyard are backed by a stone wall on the other side of the house is a wood shed and stores, together with the oil storage tank. There are two driveways, one to the front and one to the side, each providing ample off-road car parking.
All mains services except for gas. Oil fired central heating.