2 Bedroom Terraced House
* Solid oak flooring
* Alarm system
* Council tax band C
* Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage
* Herdwick carpets
* 10 minutes walk to Windermere lake
* 9.6 miles to Kendal
* 16 miles to Junction 36 (M6)
Through the leafy front garden, arrive at the front porch, with hanging and stashing space for coats and muddy boots before turning left into the lounge.
Light, bright and cosy all at once, this inviting sitting room is given depth of character by the solid oak flooring. Views from the large window soak up the verdant delights of the garden and woodland to the front; the perfect spot from which to complete the RSPB’s Big Garden Bird Watch.
Cosy up on the sofa in front of the rustic fireplace, with multi-fuel stove set upon a green slate hearth beneath an exposed timber mantelpiece.
To the left of the fireplace, a shelved alcove is on hand for books, music and other favourites. Other handy additions include an in-built oak unit ideal for television and other media and a spacious, under stairs walk-in cupboard for storage.
Step through to the kitchen, decorated in cheerful apricot tones with patterned splashback tiles behind the gas hob.
Also fitted amidst the glossy units are an array of appliances including an integrated electric oven, a washing machine and a fridge.
Soft close doors are an added bonus in this practical and pleasant kitchen.
Sneak a peek out of the window to the garden and patio, whilst rinsing the cups at the stainless-steel sink. Enjoy this peaceful view also from the dining table, situated to the rear of the kitchen where a back door leads out into the garden.
Returning to the entrance hall, take the stairs up to the first floor, where to the left lies the master bedroom.
Spacious and light, and with plenty of room for wardrobes and a dressing table, this bedroom is perfectly private, looking out over the front garden and wildlife-filled woodland.
Another door from this bedroom leads to a hallway, with a built-in wardrobe and access to a staircase leading up to a second floor.
Next door to the master is a second bedroom, peacefully located at the rear of the home. Decorated in a rosy hue, this cosy double bedroom looks out over the trees and garden at the back.
Located at the end of the landing is the family bathroom, tiled in soft pewter grey. A panelled bath contains an overhead electric shower, with a WC, wash basin with built-in storage and handy heated rail for warming towels.
Returning to the previous bedroom, take the stairs up to the second floor, where a fully-converted room awaits. Ideal for the occasional guest, this room could serve a dual function as a study, or even as a dressing room. For those who work from home, the ample eaves storage could be ideal for housing equipment and papers.
With gardens to the front and rear of Number Two, Mountain View, and surrounding woodland as a screen, privacy is at a premium here.
Green-fingered residents can store their tools and lawn mower in the handy garden shed and enjoy a relaxing afternoon rest on the patio area to the front. Here, the sun shines down, reflecting off the waxy leaves of the many mature shrubs and plants surrounding you.