4 Bedroom Detached Home
– Built In 1970’s
– Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage
– Council tax band E
– 2 miles to Arnside
– 2 miles to Arnside Train Station (Lancaster Line)
– 8 miles to Junction 35 (M6)
– 20 minutes to Kendal
Spinners Wood is serenely set opposite the playing fields in the village of Storth, located across the Morecambe Bay estuary from Grange-Over-Sands and the Lake District beyond.
Park in the car port along the paved driveway, with its tall privacy hedging to the right, and low maintenance, stone-walled front garden to the left.
Step inside and Spinners Wood’s modest demeanour is stripped away to reveal a light, spacious and contemporary open plan home, challenging any preconceptions.
Immediately captivating the eye, a towering picture window to the far end of the lounge looks out to the grassy playing fields and towards the Lake District fells; with views like this, even the grey, rainy days are spectacular here. And the sunsets are out of this world.
In the winter time, sink back into the sofa in front of the high-mounted living flame gas fire for a cosy interlude. On sunny days, watch the comings and goings of village life beyond the cinema-screen-sized window…it’s better than any television programme.
Myriad built-in cupboards are on hand, ensuring a crisp, clean-lined living space.
Feast with family and friends at the dining table, given an air of independence from the main living area courtesy of its deep grey-green décor.
Continue ahead into the kitchen, where a John Lewis pyrolytic oven turns dirt to ash in a feat of self-cleaning brilliance. A home that takes care of its owners – what could be better?
Pale grey units provide ample storage for all your culinary paraphernalia, with robust Karndean flooring underfoot – neutral and practical. Quirky colourful splashback tiles reflect the spotlights from above. A De Dietrich four ring halogen hob and dishwasher of the same brand are also at your fingertips, with further space for a fridge-freezer.
Step through into the conservatory, also furnished in hardwearing Karndean flooring. From here, French doors open out to the back garden and offer a glimpse of the Lakeland fells. Feel part of the outdoors even with the doors closed.
Superbly designed, the living quarters extend to the left whilst the bedroom wing is located along a separate corridor to the right. Ideal for those with children or when guests come to stay.
Relax and refresh in the family bathroom, first on the left along this hallway. Tiled underfoot and decorated in calming buff tones, this modern bathroom features a white, contemporary bath with overhead shower, sink and WC.
Next door, an indulgently-sized guest bedroom dressed in tones of clotted cream awaits. With double doors opening out onto the garden, built-in wardrobes and its very own vanity unit containing a sink, where better to house family and friends when they come to stay at Spinners Wood?
Warmth emanates throughout this home, in part due to its cheerful décor and also as a result of an efficient heating system which ensures the home stays toasty all day and all night long – of particular benefit to holidaymakers arriving on a cool September evening.
Across from the second bedroom, a third, bright double awaits. Replete with a large built-in wardrobe and dressed in warm putty tones, this sunny bedroom basks in the light all day long.
Next door is the study, with a window overlooking greenery. With space for a wardrobe and desk, this room could easily also house a single bed if required for use as a fourth bedroom. Peaceful and secluded, the perfect spot to get your head down and get to work.
Perfectly private at the end of this corridor is the master bedroom suite. Spacious and light, looking out to a handsome silver birch tree and rocky limestone outcrop in the rear garden, this bedroom is the ultimate space in which to relax and unwind.
Sneak a peek at the walk-in wardrobe, replete with hanging rail, shelving and inset lighting. This added bonus storage means no mess in the bedroom, ensuring it is always a tranquil space.
A neutrally-decorated en-suite bathroom with shower, sink and WC adds the finishing touch to this self-contained sanctum.
Outside, discover an impressive utility room in the undercroft, housing a washing machine and dryer in addition to a large chest freezer.
A closer look reveals a door to the rear which leads through to a storage area running the full footprint of the house above. Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and gardeners alike; house your bikes, canoes, climbing gear and gardening tools in here without a second thought.
Take a tour of your terraced, rockery-style garden. Low maintenance and quiet, natural limestone outcrops serve as a natural reminder of the beauty of the AONB in which Spinners Wood resides.
From the elevated seating area, gaze out towards the high Lakeland fells, only 30 minutes’ drive away. For those keen to extend their garden, there is an option to do so by purchasing land from the neighbour behind.