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Horseclose, 2 Keldwyth Park, Troutbeck Bridge, Windermere, LA23 1HG

4 BED 3 BATH £900,000

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Horseclose, 2 Keldwyth Park, Troutbeck Bridge, Windermere, LA23 1HG

  • Ref: 1000_RS0637
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Escape to the elevated position of 2 Horseclose where contemporary living meets peace and tranquility.

Full Details

* Built in 1980
* Four Bedrooms
* Three Bathrooms
* Views from the master balcony
* Views from the garden over to The Langdale Pikes and Lake Windermere
* Open Plan Living
* Garden office

* Power: Mains
* Water: Mains
* Drainage: Mains
* Heating: Mains Gas
* Council tax band: 'G'
* Freehold

Ground and Location:
* 1/3 acre
* Garden Office
* Quiet back garden with woodland behind
* Private Driveway and Garage
* Beautiful peaceful, woodland setting
* Views of the lake and The Langdale Pikes from the garden
* 30 minutes' walk to Bowness
* 3 minutes' drive to Windermere
* 8 minutes' drive to Ambleside
* 20 minutes' drive to Kendal

Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, between Windermere and Troutbeck Bridge, travel up the private driveway sweeping past mature trees and borders of Hydrangeas, Rhododendrons, Photinia, evergreens and a stunning Hawthorne set on a bed of grass, leading to ample parking, in front of the home.

You will be struck by the handsome and calming character from the offset. Where walls of white render blend with crisp wooden larch panels, deep grey window surrounds and rustic exposed lakeland stone brickwork. Picture a morning coffee from the balcony that peacefully overlooks the front garden and Lake District scenery beyond.

Make your way up the smooth slate path, mirroring the curved nature of the driveway, to the front door and step into the welcoming vestibule where hooks adorn the walls, waiting for coats to be hung. Feel instantly at home in this bright and airy space with a full-length window offering views to the front and allowing the light to flood in.

This space opens up into the hallway where open oak bannisters carve out space to the upper and lower floors.

Take the first door on the left, where you will find a living room, ready for all seasons. Decorated in neutral hues of caramel and soft blues, this dual aspect living room is calming and tranquil. Picture colder nights, cosy and comfortable in front of the crackling log burner and in the warmer months open the patio doors, flanked with floor to ceiling windows, and extend the living space.

The beauty of 2 Horseclose has to be how naturally bright and welcoming it is with picture windows and patio doors presenting the potential of indoor-outdoor living where possible and open-plan dining-kitchen perfect for gatherings and parties.

Return to the hallway and enter the stunning open-plan space. Natural light floods the room from the peaked windows and patio doors of the dining area, just beyond the kitchen. Hardened varnished oak flooring and white walls maintain the calm and neutral effortless charm, blending seamlessly into the garden allowing the changing colours of the season to come in.

The double doors, of the dining area, open onto the patio that wraps around the back and side of the home where you can enjoy shaded seclusion before making your way up the steps to the lawn.

Guests can perch at the breakfast bar and chat to the host as they prepare a feast in the contemporary kitchen. A 5-ring gas burner, double oven, crisps lines of wooden cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances with plenty of counter space, views out to the garden and even space to have a standalone sideboard - what more could you want?

Go through the internal bifold door in the kitchen that hides a handy utility area, with second sink, undercounter storage for washer and dryer, more cabinets as well as an integral pantry.
Go back into the hall and round the staircase to find a WC and sink perfect for visitors situated adjacent to the master bedroom.

Spacious and flooded with light from the double doors that lead onto the balcony, this room is special. Peace wafts over you as you sit, admiring the distant views of the Langdale Pikes. An ensuite shower room, space for double wardrobes, dresser and seating area makes this a master suite to escape to!

The upside-down style of the home ensures that the main living areas are given the full potential of the stunning, far off panoramic views as well as easy access to the garden.
Descend the stairs to the bedrooms. Three good-sized doubles, 2 with outlooks to the front of the home and one to the rear. All three, feel serene and tranquil, a place where children can hide away from the hustle and bustle upstairs. Family living is made easy with a huge walk-in storage room where sports kits, walking gear and other garments can be accumulated.
Find a stylish and generous family bathroom, finished in contemporary greys and crisp whites, with separate bath and shower. With even more storage found under the staircase it will be easy to run this family home smoothly.

The home also benefits from 2 independent heating systems so this floor can be easily controlled separately if needed, giving saving of money and energy options.
Retrace your steps back up to the hallway and up the stairs to the most beautiful office space, set in the eaves. Gable windows capture glimpses of Lake Windermere glistening under Claife Heights and the skylight above magnifies this space as a perfect place to work in. This is a very versatile space that could be used as a den for the children - imagine keeping all the toys in one place. Spy the door to the left of the stairs (as you enter) to discover a fully boarded loft ready to be filled with the suitcases and Christmas decorations.

Garden and Grounds
The gardens, both front and back, offer functionality, privacy and serenity.
Feel relaxation wash over you as you pull into the driveway. The dappled shade of the Beech tree lingering high above the mature shrubs of the rockery and the Hawthorne standing in a carpet of green, where blossom falls in the spring both anchor the home and garden to the landscape.

Stroll up the path, where wheelchair access is achievable, and continue round to the back of the house to find a serene patio.

Picture pets lying on the cool grey slate, the children running to and from the glazed back doors of the home as you sunbathe on the elevated deck, a glass of Pimms in hand.
The patio continues the length of the home, creating a concealed patch for clothes to dry in the breeze.
Make your way up four steps to a softly sloped lawn, a shed to the right houses all garden paraphernalia and fencing and hedges add a private boundary.

At the top of the lawn stand a garden room, currently used as an office, in front of the tranquil woodland. Open the glazed sliding doors to this blank canvas - office, art studio or gym. Situated on a generous deck perhaps the garden room could be a bar or games room to add to social BBQs and alfresco dining.
This elevated space boasts beautiful aspects to the house as well as glimpses of the Cumbrian fells beyond. Here stands a perfect family home - central, secluded, spacious, homely and yet functional, 2 Horseclose has it all.

** 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: G
Tenure: Freehold


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