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Ellenwray Farmhouse, Popplemire Lane, Old Hutton, Kendal, LA8 0NA

4 BED £625,000

Ellenwray Farmhouse, Popplemire Lane, Old Hutton, Kendal, LA8 0NA

£625,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0311
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Wrapped up in just under two acres of alpaca-dotted fields and sloping orchards, Ellenwray captures all the comforts of farmhouse family living, snugly set between Kendal and Kirkby Lonsdale.

Full Details

Home:
Built in 1800's
B4RN internet
Oil fired central heating
Septic tank
Main's Water and Electricity
Freehold
Council Tax Band - F

Ground and Location:
Field just under 2 acres
3 stables and a tack room
South East facing front garden
Garage

Private and rural, pull up along the lengthy private driveway off the quiet lane and sense the perfect peace and quiet of country life as it pervades. A detached garage with a workbench sits to the left of the traditional, whitewashed Lakeland home.

Dating back to the 1800s, Ellenwray retains an abundance of its heritage in the original beams and traditional fireplaces discovered throughout the rooms.

Enter via the porch, a practical space with hanging room for coats, hats and dog leads. Light, bright and inviting in a manner that belies its antiquity.

Pitch pine flooring extends throughout the neutrally decorated lounge, where double glazed windows frame views over the garden and open fields beyond. Snuggle up in front of the blazing warmth of the Charnwood multifuel stove, nestled within a robust stone fireplace. Catch up on a crossword puzzle, perched on the window seat, allowing the tranquil setting to work its calming wonders.

Flow through into the spacious dining-room-snug. Interconnected spaces link together seamlessly providing the ideal environment for family and friends to come together in celebration and to slip away for moments of quiet solitude.

An expansive area, to one end of the room a large dining table is set, with views extending over the garden and fields. Hardwood flooring extends throughout this embracing room, where a snug area features sofas set before the windows, soaking up views over the rear of the house and warmed by a Morsø stove set within a feature fireplace.

Continue through to the breakfasting kitchen, where farmhouse comforts and contemporary convenience combine. Stone flooring adds a rustic, practical base, complemented by country-style cabinetry, hand painted in Farrow & Ball's Pavillion Grey. Slice, dice and prepare your ingredients upon the granite worktops.

A sociable hub, comfortable and cosy in the warmth issuing from the white Aga. Catch up with the family as the kitchen fills with the succulent smells of a roast dinner being prepared.

Moving to the main hallway, note the door which opens up to the lounge, completing the seamless flow. Also tucked off the hallway is a carpeted and bright study. A versatile room, fashion it around your family's needs. Formerly a playroom, a den, a computer games room and a study; its private and quiet ambience makes it a retreat in every sense.

Stairs lead down to the cellar, ideal for storage and retaining the original dairy slab. Located down here is the central heating boiler. Ripe with the potential for development, consider the possibility of creating a lower ground study or games room?

Next door, a spacious double bedroom counters its size with a cosy cottage feel, courtesy of the low sash window, framing views out over the fields and garden below. Wooden flooring extends underfoot, with plenty of space for wardrobes, desk and drawers alongside a double bed.

Turning down a hallway to the right, another delectable double bedroom is decorated in blush rose tones, with wooden flooring, a pretty ornamental fireplace and verdant views once more beyond the cottage-style window.

Preceded by its own dressing room, currently serving as a study and featuring a large linen closet, the master bedroom is a grown-up refuge, shimmering in sunlight beneath its vaulted ceiling. Exposed beams imbue warmth and character, with resplendently rural views out over the garden and lane to fields and countryside.

Next door, a spacious double bedroom counters its size with a cosy cottage feel, courtesy of the low sash window, framing views out over the fields and garden below. Wooden flooring extends underfoot, with plenty of space for wardrobes, desk and drawers alongside a double bed.

Turning down a hallway to the right, another delectable double bedroom is decorated in blush rose tones, with wooden flooring, a pretty ornamental fireplace and verdant views once more beyond the cottage-style window.

Preceded by its own dressing room, currently serving as a study and featuring a large linen closet, the master bedroom is a grown-up refuge, shimmering in sunlight beneath its vaulted ceiling. Exposed beams imbue warmth and character, with resplendently rural views out over the garden and lane to fields and countryside.

Soak up the sun from the patio beside the kitchen, whilst a smaller patio area beneath the lounge window is perfect for barbecues.

Meander down to the stable block, where three stables and a tack room speak of equestrian possibilities; with three fields, there is plenty of scope for keeping horses here. One field is given over to an orchard of fruit trees whilst the remaining two fields are used by local farmers and are filled with horses and alpacas.

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