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Beulahland, Wynlass Park, Windermere, LA23 1ET

2 BED 2 BATH £725,000

Beulahland, Wynlass Park, Windermere, LA23 1ET

  • Ref: 1000_RS0773
  • Type: Bungalow
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Are you looking for a home to put your own stamp on in the heart of the Lake District National Park? Beulahland, tranquilly situated on the cusp of both Windermere and Bowness with amenities close at hand and impressive elevated views to the fells, needs to be explored.

Full Details

* 2-bedroom detached family home
* Bright and spacious kitchen
*Beautiful fell views
*Built in the 1960's

*Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage
*Most mobile providers reach this area
*Currently 60mbs - soon to be fibre

Grounds and garden:
*Parking for 3 cars
* Well-kept and wrap around garden
*5-minute walk to Windermere

This two-bedroom enchanting home is enveloped in the most beautiful garden as well as being filled with potential - whether it be to simply modernise, or convert and extend.

Pull off the main road and take the private cul-de-sac to the top, where you can park in the driveway, with ample space for three cars.

Make your way up the traditional slate steps and discover the front door, serenely tucked away to the back of the home surrounded by mature trees and superb planting, creating a private and peaceful entranceway.

Step through the useful porchway, ideal for doffing and donning coats, and into an L-shaped large hallway.

To the left stands a good-sized shower room comprising wash hand basin, WC, towel rail, bidet and walk-in shower, perfect for guests to refresh in and also used by bedroom two, found opposite.

This large double room benefits from fitted wardrobes, space for a dressing table and lovely views to the rear of the home creating peace and tranquillity - a lovely place to rest your head.

In the hallway spot a convenient storage cupboard for outdoor coats and shoes.

The principal bedroom lies across the 'L-shape' of the hall, complete with fitted wardrobes, similar serene woodland views into the back garden and an ensuite bathroom. Fill the bathtub, grab your favourite book and relax.

Return to the hallway and arrive at the living room where light floods in from the glazing that takes you out onto a newly renovated balcony. In the cooler months make yourself cosy and comfortable around the open fireplace where log burner or fire could be installed. When the sun begins to shine open the door and feel the refreshing breeze waft in. It makes for a very special spot to watch the hues of the Lake District seasons change, sweeping across the far-reaching fells.

Just off the living room is an open-plan kitchen-diner. Store all your kitchen essentials, including pots, pans and pantry goods in the upper and lower cabinetry found to both sides of this wide galley style kitchen. There is plenty of space for a large fridge-freezer, dishwasher, oven, electric hob and oodles of counter space for preparing food. Wash up beneath the large picture window that lets in heaps of natural light and frames the incredible views beyond.

Through the archway stands the dining table, wrapped in light from the dual aspect windows creating a lovely area to gather and chat.

Take the door beyond the dining table out into the garden and turn left to discover a useful utility room and attic store above.

To the lower floor of this agreeable bungalow, there is a large garage with access into an undercroft providing an abundance of storage as well as the potential for conversion. With the right planning permission could this become an office or additional floor? The choice is yours. Whatever you decide, the charming home and garden of Beulahland are filled with potential for you to put your own stamp on and perhaps you could even extend this little gem like neighbours have done.

Beulahland is beautifully wrapped in a quiet and tranquil garden, encompassing a small pond for the local wildlife, peaceful spots to sit, plenty of space for entertaining and incredible views from the balcony.
To the side and rear of the home, borders are filled with spring bulbs and perennials that pop through the mature shrubs and bushes next to a convenient path, creating easy access from front and back. Take an evening stroll up the stone steps to the top of the garden and discover a gate that takes you directly onto the Hoo Lane and up to the majestic views of Orrest Head. Or head to the log store, covered in a climbing Hydrangea and take a seat to watch the wildlife that flits among the flowers.

A manicured lawn lies to the front of the lower part of the home, surrounded by a mature hedge alongside the pretty hues of azaleas, rhododendrons, camellia, foxgloves and evergreens creating a beautiful and colourful countryside retreat for all seasons. This natural maturity coupled with the secluded cul-de-sac location, creates a private and peaceful space to bask in.

To the front of the home, elevated from the living room, stands a charming wooden balcony making for a beautiful location to enjoy morning coffee or an evening glass of wine, whilst admiring the sun setting behind the distant views of the Lake District fells.

Beulahland is ideally situated with all the daily necessities including shops, eateries, playgrounds, schools, doctors and dentists, a cinema, theatre and attractions all close at hand in both Windermere and Bowness. With so many organisations to join you will be spoilt for choice, with a range of activities including hockey, dance, art, WI, running, cycling, orienteering and more. Discover many community events held at The Marchesi Centre and the weekly market on the Glebe.

The home's central location in the heart of the Lake District National Park allows you to make your way through the wider area either by car, or the handy bus stop found at the bottom of the hill, and explore all the beautiful villages, towns and fells that the Lake District has to offer.
To the east, you are just 15-minutes from Kendal with its abundance of shops, supermarkets and schools as well as a cinema, climbing wall, dry ski slope, churches and annual events. Head to the Brewery Arts to spend evenings listening to live bands, enjoying pizza and taking in the newest cinema release with the family.

** For more photos and information, download the brochure on desktop. For your own hard copy brochure, or to book a viewing please call the team **

Council Tax Band: F
Tenure: Freehold


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