2 Bedroom Detached House
– Detached house
– 2 double en-suite bedrooms
– No ‘Local Occupancy’ clause
– Mains electricity, water and drainage
– Gas central heating
– South westerly facing
– Landscaped split-level garden (just under half an acre)
– Large log store
– Garden shed
– Planning permission granted for extension
– 5 minute walk to local amenites
– 15 minute walk to Windermere
One of just three detached houses on Sun Hill Lane at Troutbeck Bridge, Tanglewood is graced with some of the finest westerly-facing panoramic views around.
Tanglewood is arranged as a two-bedroom home spacious and comfortable for a couple; yet the foundations are laid for extensive development to create the consummate family residence.
Enter into the light-filled outer hall, the ‘visitor entrance’, spacious and tiled in robust Travertine-style flooring, admire views out to the terraced garden from here.
In inclement weather, or indeed day to day, drive into the large integral garage and avoid the showers by entering directly to the inner hall from there.
Also, to be found within the garage is a convenient utility room, currently fitted with a gas boiler, tumble dryer and washing machine.
Whichever entrance you take, emerge into the inner hallway before sneaking a peek to the right where a cloakroom fitted with crisp white Waverley WC and sink awaits.
Take the staircase up to the left, where a full-height window provides a striking view over the landscaped garden to the rear, before stepping up into the sitting room. Natural daylight floods in from large windows to two sides and through patio doors which open out onto a glass and stainless steel balustraded balcony overlooking the fells. Immediately opposite the balcony, spy the bell tower of the old chapel and, to the right, the tall spire of the former village school house.
Sense the serenity in this bright and fresh lounge, warmed by underfloor heating located beneath the engineered oak flooring.
A Stovax log burner sits within its oak surround, tinged with a soft lavender hue courtesy of the liming, and blue pearl granite hearth, carefully transferred and restored from the original sitting room downstairs following the 2005 extension.
The ideal size for entertaining family and friends, yet intimate enough to simply relax alone with a good book or enjoy listening to music.
Imperceptible yet palpable at once, sense the feeling of ‘having arrived’ in this sumptuous sitting room. Sit back and exhale, let the views do the talking.
As with all the main rooms at Tanglewood, an array of 13A sockets removes the need for trailing extension cables and cumbersome plug boards.
Mood lighting is effectively delivered through a dimmable lighting circuit for table lamps, with sockets inset into the oak flooring; light where you want it, when you want it, including recessed ceiling lighting.
Tanglewood’s sitting room fits around the needs of its inhabitants, with two separate locations for television connection.
A home for all seasons. From its elevated location, drink in the ever-changing sky and landscape of hills, trees and surrounding fell-sides. Watch the weather rolling in from the distant Cumbrian coastline and Morecambe Bay.
Enjoy spectacular summer sunsets or experience a mid-November meteor shower under near ‘black sky’ conditions.
From the Langdales to Coniston Old Man to the left, the change of seasons is reflected in the colours of the fells.
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