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  • Bedrooms: 5
It has been a long while since this property has been on the market! Coney Garth House is the epitome of an 1800s sandstone built detached period property in the heart of Beckermet village, set in the centre of a lovely wrap around, third of an acre garden. This distinctive double fronted house oozes character and original features including decorative plaster work, high ceilings, sliding sash windows and more.

The ground floor offers dual aspect lounge, separate dining room, snug, kitchen, utility room and wash room, matched by three double bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor and two further bedrooms on the second floor - making this a superb choice for your next family home.

The mature gardens have an open aspect to the rear plus off road parking and detached garage. Definitely one you should not miss!


5.23 x 1.06 (17'1 x 3'5 )

Entered via stone steps and wooden door. the Entrance Hall has the staircase to the first floor, original plaster coving and decorative arch, radiator and doors into;


4.61 x 3.45 (15'1 x 11'3 )

Dual aspec windows - sliding sash to the front with painted wood side panels and uPVC to the side, fire surround with slate hearth and open grate, two radiators, high skirtings and beautiful original plaster coving.


3.97 x 3.45 (13'0 x 11'3 )

Sliding sash window to the front with wood panelling, radiator and original plaster coving.


4.23 x 3.24 (13'10 x 10'7 )

Two windows, one sliding sash with wood panelling and one fixed window, two radiators, wood and brick fireplace and hearth with open grate, alcove with exposed wooden beam over, tv point, door to;


3.54 x 3.39 (11'7 x 11'1 )

Dual aspect, secondary glazed windows, roof light, radiator, range of fitted base units with solid wood work surface and stainless steel sink, tiled splash back, wood panels to ceiling, electric cooker point, built in alcove shelving, door to rear garden and door to;


3.76 x 1.31 (12'4 x 4'3 )

Window to courtyard, painted exposed stone wall and beamed ceiling, base unit with stainless steel sink, plumbing for washing machine, gas fired central heating boiler, lighting, power.

From Entrance Hall, opening into;


2.59 x 1.84 (8'5 x 6'0 )

telephone point, built in shelving, coving, door to;


4.72 x 0.87 (15'5 x 2'10 )

Sliding sash window, radiator, coat hanging area, doors to;


2.57 x 1.66 (8'5 x 5'5 )

WC, wash basin set in vanity unit, wall cupboard, heated towel radiator.


Door and sandstone steps lead down to the storage cellar.

From Entrance Hall, easy rising staircase with wooden ballustrade leads to half landing with large feature window looking across open aspect towards the western fells, further stairs up to;


1.97 x 1.07 (6'5 x 3'6 )

With doors leading off into;


3.68 x 3.46 (12'0 x 11'4 )

Double bedroom with sliding sash windows, radiator, wash basin invanity unit, built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and shelving.


4.53 x 4.50 (14'10 x 14'9 )

Large double bedroom with two sliding sash windows to the front with wood panels, radiator, built in double wardrobe.


4.54 x 3.42 (14'10 x 11'2 )

Double bedroom with sliding sash window to the front with wood panels, radiator, wash basin.


1.87 x 1.38 (6'1 x 4'6 )

With radiator, stairs to attic rooms, understair storage area and door to;


2.61 x 2.21 (8'6 x 7'3 )

Sliding sash window with built in seat looking out to the open fell views at the rear, wc, wash basin, bath, tiled splash back, wood panel to some walls, radiator with heated towel facility.

From Inner Landing, staircase leads up to second floor;


3.97 x 2.67 (13'0 x 8'9 )

with doors to;


3.73 x 3.26 (12'2 x 10'8 )

uPVC double glazed window, part restricted head height.


6.19 x 4.04 (20'3 x 13'3 )

Velux roof light, part restricted head height.


Coney Garth House sits in the centre of a large surrounding garden of approximately one third of an acre, well back from the road and mainly laid to lawn with wrought iron gate to the front and gravel path leading to the sandstone steps up to the main entrance. The lawns are bordered by mature shrubs with apple and pear trees dotted around. There is an enclosed courtyard area to the kitchen with boundaries being sandstone walls. There are external water points and security lighting. Vehicular access is via wide gateway into gravel parking area leading to;


Detached, brick built single garage with lighting and power.


We have been advised by Copeland Borough Council (01946) 852585 that this property is placed in Tax Band D.


The property is best approached via A595 from Whitehaven to Egremont. Continue past Thornhill and take the next right turn signposted St Bees/Beckermet. Take the first left into Beckermet and follow the road into the village. Coney Garth House is on the left hand side, set back from the road.


To view this property, please contact us on 01946 693931.


VIEWERS will be asked to complete a brief health questionnaire before we can confirm any appointment. You will be given an allocated time slot and will not be able to enter before this time.

VIEWERS are asked to restrict the number of people entering the property to a maximum of 2 who must be from the same household.

VIEWERS are asked to wear gloves (masks recommended) whilst in the property.

THE AGENT will call the VENDOR with their expected arrival time. Before the viewing, the VENDOR should open all internal doors and external doors.

The VENDOR will be asked to leave the property whilst the viewing takes place. You may be in the garden or, if you need to remain in the house, please ensure you maintain the required minimum 2 metre distance at all times.

The VIEWING will take no more than 15 MINUTES. Please do not touch anything inside the property. Any questions you may have can be answered after the viewing once you are outside of the property.

The VENDOR should wipe down any surface, including door handles, with usual household cleaning products.


Please note that all measurements have been taken using a laser tape measure which may be subject to a small margin of error. None of the appliances, heating system or fittings included within the sale have been tested or can be assumed to be in full working order. Purchasers are strongly advised to satisfy themselves by way of survey and their own enquiries. The brochure does not constitute a contract, part of a contract or warranty.


Please contact us before viewing the property. If there is any point of particular importance to you we will be pleased to provide additional information or to make further enquiries. We will also confirm that the property remains available. This is particularly important if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.


Moving is an exciting time but only if everything proceeds smoothly. Whether you are selling, letting, buying or renting, we understand that moving home can be a very stressful and daunting prospect. That's why, at Grisdales, we work together as a team, giving dedicated support and advice every step of the way to help your move run as smoothly and efficiently as possible.


If you are thinking of moving, we offer a completely free market valuation and appraisal of your existing home. We will advise you upon an asking price which accurately positions your property in the current market place, maximising viewings and your sale prospects.


If you are interested in property as an investment, we can help you every step of the way from Buy to Let advice to effective property letting and management.


We want your purchase to live up to those dreams, hopes and expectations. You need to know that your new home will not only be a sound investment, but also one which you will enjoy without the worry of the unknown. Grisdales offer a wide range of survey and valuation reports to meet different needs all backed by the qualification, experience and knowledge of a Chartered Surveyor.


Grisdales work with Mortgage Advice Bureau, one of the UK's largest award winning mortgage brokers, offering expert professional advice to find the right mortgage for you. We have access to over 11,000 mortgages from over 90 different lenders across the UK.

Our advice will be specifically tailored to your needs and circumstances which could be for your first home, moving home, re-mortgaging or investing in property.

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To find out how we can help you realise your dreams, just call your nearest Grisdales office.

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