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Hazelrigg House & Cottage, Hazelrigg Lane, Newby Bridge, LA12 8NZ

6 BED 5 BATH £1,750,000

Hazelrigg House & Cottage, Hazelrigg Lane, Newby Bridge, LA12 8NZ

£1,750,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 1000_RS0480
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Peacefully poised at the top of Hazelrigg Lane, beyond gardens and a meandering stream, sanctuary awaits at Hazelrigg House, a traditional Lakeland farmhouse, with attached cottage and converted barn reimagined to provide all the comforts demanded by 21st century living.

Full Details

* Built in 1850
* Fully renovated to high standard in 2021
* Barn conversion to create beautiful kitchen
* House - 4 bed, 5 bath
* Cottage - 2 bed, 2 bath
* Planning permission for double garage
* Detached

* Starlink (Elon Musk Satellite) 70-90mbps
* Newly installed Ground Source Heat Pump
* New bore hole, UV filters
* Mains electric
* New private septic tank

Grounds and Location:
* Large gardens, private access to stream, lots of fruit trees
* Large balcony leading to garden
* EV charger installed
* Parking for 6 cars at Hazelrigg House, 2 at Hazelrigg Cottage
* Very private with view over to Cartmel Fell
* Easy access to M6
* Easy access to The Lakes
* Lowest rainfall area in the Lakes

So easily accessed off the A590, yet so tranquil, Hazelrigg House is as convenient as it is peaceful. Pull off Hazelrigg Lane, where there is an abundance of off road parking available opposite and in front of the home.

With a heritage dating back more than two centuries, this traditional Lakeland house has undergone a complete renovation, retaining many of its characterful, period features whilst embracing the comforts of contemporary living.

Insulated throughout with the addition of Herdwick sheep's wool insulation in the loft and ceilings and benefiting from its own brand new private borehole water supply and a brand new Ground Source Heat Pump, underfloor heating flows throughout the ground floor. Other technological perks include a Starlink satelite system and Cat6 cabling throughout, ensuring superfast broadband for those working from home. An EV charging point has also been installed to the parking area.

Take the slate steps up to the main entrance, where light flows into the entrance hall through a large window to the side of the front door.

Newly plastered walls allow for the exposure of some original stonework, showcasing the origins of the former barn. Oak beams add warmth, with stylish Toulouse Limestone flagged flooring underfoot. Open and light, an illuminated recessed bookcase is an eye-catching feature.

Turning to the right, make your way through to the living room, a contemporary open room with high, vaulted ceiling fitted with a spider light chandelier. Light pours in from the Velux window above, deep-set side window and wall of bifolding doors which open to the raised slate terrace with its glass balustrade. An acoustic oak media wall lifts the shades of grey and exposed stone - a contemporary contrast to the protrusion of ancient original stone from within the smoothly plastered walls - whilst the room is also warmed by the ACR log-burning stove.

Perfect for parties, the large terrace also runs along the kitchen, providing easy flow in and out during the summer months.

Slate-blue bespoke cabinetry topped in Quartz worktops provides a profusion of storage, replete with a large pantry cupboard, accommodating the microwave, tea making facilities and Nespresso machine. Beams adorn the high barn ceiling in this well-equipped and stylish kitchen, which features a champagne sink in the central island with Quooker instant boiling tap in the same brass finish as the cabinetry handles, alongside a range of Neff quality appliances including a fridge-freezer, dishwasher, Rangemaster oven and microwave.

Exposed stone and glazed barn windows combine brightness and rusticity to create a sociable hub of the home, alive with light and character. Dine sociably at the breakfast bar, or for formal family dining, take the solid oak stairs up to the mezzanine level dining room with its handsome herringbone flooring, exposed beams, suspended lights and Opus log-burning stove. The stunning lime pointed wall breathes naturally, another traditional touch in this modern home.

Returning to the entrance hall, note the store cupboard on the right, replete with fitted shelving and exposed stone. On the right, freshen up in the stylishly finished cloakroom, furnished with WC, wash basin and grey wood panelling.

Opposite the front entrance, discover the utility room, a practical space, currently fitted with a Miele washing machine and Miele dryer, cabinets, wooden worktops and sink.

Turning left from the front door, discover the inviting and peaceful snug. Farrow & Ball shades dress the walls in a subtle green-grey, reflecting the natural hues of the surrounding landscape.

A wood-burning stove set on a slate hearth issues warmth, with Herdwick wool carpet underfoot. Quiet and calming, a door opens to the side garden.

Next door to this snug is an accessible ground floor bedroom, with two deep windows, an exposed beam and elegant ensuite, fitted with wash basin, traditional-style overhead cistern, pull flush WC and rolltop bath with showerhead attachment.

Perfectly private for older, dependent relatives or visiting guests, this bedroom also has access to the boot room, where exposed stone walls combine with modern fitted cabinetry and a sink. An ideal wet weather entrance when returning from a ruddy-cheeked, winter-day dog walk.

Returning to the hallway, take the glass and oak staircase up to the first floor, where wool carpets extend throughout the landing and bedrooms.

Turning left arrive at the first double bedroom, dreamily dressed in soft salmon tones, a double bed faces the seated, south-westerly window, drawing in an abundance of light and framing countryside views. Each bedroom at Hazelrigg House (and cottage too) is served by its own individually styled ensuite. Step through to the marble tiled shower room ensuite, with vanity unit wash basin, WC and shower. Gold fittings and underfloor heating add warmth.

Returning to the landing, turn left into a large bedroom, dressed in duck egg blue with views out to the greenery surrounding Hazelrigg House and served by a large ensuite, with herringbone feature tiling, shower, vanity unit wash basin and WC.

Back on the landing, make your way along to arrive at the master suite, self-contained along its own inner landing. On the left, a walk-in wardrobe is fitted with hanging space. Across the way is a large and light dressing room, with full height windows framing views out over the garden. The high ceiling is embellished by exposed beams, adding character. Ideal as a dressing room or perhaps yoga studio or gym; this could also act as a nursery for those with young children or as another bedroom.

Finally, arrive at the master bedroom, where painted stone walls add texture and antiquity to the room. Rustic beams extend in the high vaulted ceiling, with views out over the surrounding greenery and over to the fells.

Exposed lime pointed stonework features in the ensuite, balanced by the marbled tiling and modern sanitaryware, which includes a twin vanity unit wash basin, WC, walk-in shower with rainfall head and handheld attachment, all with matt black fittings. Underfloor heating ensures comfort whatever the season.

Hazelrigg Cottage
With private parking at the front for two cars, and a patio seating area, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom Hazelrigg Cottage offers independent living for relatives, long-stay accommodation for visiting friends and family and has enormous potential for holiday let income. Consider also the potential to knock through to the main house, thus creating a sizeable six bedroom, six ensuite home.

Attached, yet independent of the main home, this south-facing cottage is filled with natural light, instantly apparent as you step into the sitting room, where a log-burning stove issues warmth and welcome and grey slate flooring extends throughout.

Storage is available beneath the stairs as you continue through into the dining kitchen, where a corner seating area is available for dining and an array of duck egg fitted cabinets houses all your culinary essentials. Wooden worktops provide preparation space, with Neff appliances including oven, induction hob, extractor, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine alongside a Belfast sink. The central lantern draws in the light from the sky above.

Accessible for all, a ground floor double bedroom is brimming with light courtesy of a stable door, leading out to a small walled area, and light tunnels above. Next door, a ground floor bathroom is tiled in blue herringbone fashion, with bath containing showerhead attachment in matt black alongside a wash basin and WC.

Upstairs a second double bedroom has a feature fireplace and offers rural views, with its own separate shower room, trimmed in gold, and filled with light.

Wander around the different areas of garden, taking in the many varying views from all sides.

From the tree-lined entrance, nature is in abundance, with a flurry of damson and apple trees in the orchard. Soak up the sunshine on the large slate patios and watch as the children play on the undulating green lawn.

A gate to the side leads to the garden beside the lounge, easily accessible from indoors. Across from the home, another large area of land runs down to the stream that meanders by, the perfect place for children to paddle and dip their nets.

Planning permission is in place for the addition of a double garage.

Perfectly positioned away from the hustle and bustle yet within easy reach of all the Lake District has to offer, connectivity and countryside come as one in the beautifully designed Hazelrigg House and Cottage.

** 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 **

Tenure: Freehold


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