4 Bedroom Detached Home
Built in 1894
* 4 bedroom Victorian home
* 2 bedroom, 2 storey cottage annexe
* Holiday let potential estimated to turnover
around £650-£1000 pcm
* Gas fires in most rooms downstairs
* Farrow and Ball paint throughout
* Laura Ashley wallpaper
* Mains gas central heating
* Mains electricity, water & drainage
* Council tax band – G (Annexe – A)
* 5 minute walk to Grange promenade
* Plenty of tea shops and cafes in the village
* Every last Sunday of the month Grange hosts
‘Prom Arts’ (Local arts and culture event)
* Grange-over-Sands train station – 0.9 miles –
links to Manchester airport/city, and Barrow
* 10 miles to A590
* 20 Minute drive to Kendal
* 30 Minute drive to Windermere
* 1.5 acre garden (woodland is included)
* TPO’s on Pine and Walnut trees
* Two garden stores for tools
* Views over to the bay
* Garage with space for over 4 vehicles.
– Electronic up and over door.
– Power and light.
* Double car port
* 3 sided wooden log store
Turn right off the main road and follow the quiet, leafy lane before reaching the main gate of Hartlands, where a private driveway leads to the house.
Ample parking for up to six cars lies to the front, with a four-bay garage and car port to the rear. Double gates by the garage provided that added reassurance of security.
Ahead, the gabled entrance of Hartlands beckons. Dressed in stained glass, a Victorian-style street light above the door illuminates a date stone, which reads 1894.
Step into the vestibule, a handy place to freshen up and de-boot, with access to a cloakroom with WC to the right.
Magnificence awaits, in the evocative entrance hall ahead.
Light flows through the stained-glass windows lining the antique white staircase, which extends up, wide enough to fit three abreast.
The red Persian-design carpet lends itself to the epoch of the house, conveying warmth alongside the original-stone open fire for a feeling of instant comfort.
Start your morning in the cosy snug lounge, located through the first door on the left.
Farrow and Ball ‘Eating Room Red’ countered by pale grey ‘Skimming Stone’ harmonises with the leafy green and rich wine tones in the antique carpet.
Marrying up to these tones, opulent pelmet-headed curtains frame the square bay window. Looking out to the leafy front of the house and attractive green opposite, watch as the leaves change throughout the seasons.
Providing a cosy focal point, a traditional Victorian fireplace, recently installed to complement the room, contains a gas fire which could be removed to create an open fireplace.
Traditional lighting above and to the side completes the authentic ambience of this comfortable lounge.
Slip through the next door to discover the formal lounge, a real wow-factor for visiting family and friends.
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