Boltongate, Wigton

£375,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
You'll be living the dream at Wellrash Barn.... enjoy morning coffee in the sun filled conservatory, bake bread in the solid fuel Rayburn, enjoy the fruits of your labour from the produce in the garden and at the end of the day relax in the roll-top bath with a glass of wine or cosy up in the sitting room in front of a roaring wood-burner. But most importantly, appreciate the peace, quiet and privacy that the property offers - particularly by the 30x10m natural spring fed pond which you'll find tucked away under the trees with a small bridge at one end.

...Located centrally for Carlisle, Cockermouth and Keswick and in a small hamlet of equally desirable homes, Wellrash Barn is a 17th century barn conversion which offers fabulous family accommodation and has been extended, maintained and furnished to an exceptional standard in the past. There's a clever balance of charm and character which blends very well with the more modern touches. Inside there are 3 reception rooms, a conservatory, a kitchen with snug and a bedroom/study and upstairs you'll find 3 double bedrooms and a recently fitted bathroom. There's ample parking, a single garage and summerhouse and you won't be disappointed with the fabulous garden space which offers great potential to be self-sufficient. There are also delightful views over the countryside towards Scotland and it's handily placed for access to Carlisle and Penrith train stations - with fast trains to London.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

Oil central heating

Double glazing

ENTRANCE HALL

3.11 x 3.89 (10'2 x 12'9 )

Access into the house is via an oak door with a central glazed panel and clear glass either side. A versatile room currently used as a home office with tiled floor, efficient enamel stove with hotplate, part tongue and groove wall panelling, oak doors leading into the utility room and dining room.

UTILITY AREA

A useful room with plumbing for washing machine and space for other appliances, Worcester oil fired boiler, wall mounted cupboards and worksurface over. Pine doors to conservatory and sitting room (currently blocked off)

DINING ROOM

3.71 x 5.01 (12'2 x 16'5 )

With tiled floor, window to the rear, part tongue and groove panelling, telephone point and doors into sitting room and kitchen.

SITTING ROOM

4.70 x 5.52 (15'5 x 18'1 )

A lovely cosy room with natural oak flooring, window to the rear, double glazed doors leading into the conservatory and natural wooden stairs leading to the first floor. Multifuel stove on stone hearth set within fireplace alcove with timber mantle over. Television point, eye-ball spot lighting and useful shelving.

CONSERVATORY

3.29 x 4.69 (10'9 x 15'4 )

A fabulous room which catches the morning sun. Constructed in duck-egg blue timber and with double doors to the garden. Tiled floor with underfloor heating, door leading into the utility room and attractive stone wall.

BEDROOM 4/STUDY

2.67 x 2.71 approx (8'9 x 8'10 approx)

An unusually shaped room which could be used as bedroom 4 (double in size) or a study. Attractive painted radiator cover, windows to two sides and door leading into

EN-SUITE

With low level w.c., wash basin and shower within cubicle. Extractor fan and spot lighting. Heated towel rail.

KITCHEN/SNUG

4.88 x 3.49 (16'0 x 11'5 )

A fabulous family room fitted with a gas stove (lpg) on stone hearth within the snug and with bookshelves. The kitchen itself is fitted with a good range of base and wall units in pale blue with natural wood worktops and upstand and includes solid fuel Rayburn, white ceramic sink unit with chrome mixer tap, AEG electric oven with 4 ring Baumatic electric hob over and stainless steel extractor fan. Plumbing for dishwasher and integrated fridge and freezer. Oak effect flooring, spot lighting, window overlooking the front and door into:

REAR LOBBY

With windows to two sides and glazed door. Fitted with a small range of cupboards with attractive wood worktop over and electric panel heater.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

A natural wooden staircase leads from the sitting room with a windows at half landing level and a useful cupboard on the first floor landing.

BEDROOM 1

3.72 x 3.13 (12'2 x 10'3 )

A double room with front aspect and a good range of double fronted cupboards in oval room blue , and double doors leading into:

EN-SUITE 2

With wooden floor, shower in cubicle with rainfall fitting, low level w.c. and white wash basin. Fitted around sanitary fittings with white ceramic tiles. Heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 2

4.74 x 4.23 (15'6 x 13'10 )

A lovely bright double room with windows at either end and fitted with oak effect laminate flooring. Two sets of white painted louvre fronted cupboards with additional cupboard above the staircase.

BEDROOM 3

With wash basin and tiled splash back, rear aspect. Double. Wall mounted shelving.

FAMILY BATHROOM

2.95 x 1.54 (9'8 x 5'0 )

Side aspect. Oval white ceramic wash basin with chrome mixer tap and set into vanity unit, white roll top bath with tap connected shower, low level w.c. Heated towel rail, ceiling mounted spot lights and laminate flooring.

PARKING AND GARAGE/WORKSHOP

4.33 x 5.95 (14'2 x 19'6 )

Gravelled driveway with parking for 4 cars leads to a larger than average single garage/workshop with double wooden doors, electricity and shelving. Working/storage area behind the garage.

There is also additional parking for two cars by the front gate and a further gravelled area suitable for parking to the side.

GARDENS

To the right of the driveway you'll find a gate and sandstone steps leads through the cottage style garden to the front of the house. There is a greenhouse and flower borders, gravelled area ideal for sitting and an informal but very attractive garden with many well established shrubs, trees and flowers surrounding the lawn. Well laden apple tree. There is a also a further smaller garden area by the rear door of the house and access from the lonning. Water tap by the front door.

To the left side of the drive there is a large vegetable patch with greeenhouse and shed, apple and sloe trees and an informal lawn with summerhouse and further seating areas. A path leads down to natural spring fed pond with a bridge at one end and beyond this is a small woodland area.

FURTHER INFORMATION

There is a septic tank which was last emptied in 2017.

The lonning which leads up to the development is jointly maintained between Wellrash Barn, 3 other properties in the development.

DIRECTIONS

It's not advisable to follow a SatNav!

Take the A595 from Cockermouth passing Moota, Bothel and the Mealsgate junction. At Jacksons garage, turn right and proceed up the road, bearing left at the top. Continue to the cross roads and go straight ahead for about a mile, passing a modern courtyard development on the right, then a house and a bungalow on the left. Immediately after the bungalow turn right onto the lonning and Wellrash Barn is the first property on the left hand side.

COUNCIL TAX

We have been advised by Allerdale Borough Council (01900) that this property is placed in Tax Band E

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

To view this property, please contact us on 01900 829977

NOTES TO BROCHURE

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.

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MOVING WITH GRISDALES

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LETTINGS AND MANAGEMENT

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

SURVEYS AND VALUATIONS

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.

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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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COVID-19 VIEWING GUIDELINES

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.

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