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No. 5 Ironworks, Ironworks Road, Backbarrow, LA12 8RF

3 BED 2 BATH £250,000

No. 5 Ironworks, Ironworks Road, Backbarrow, LA12 8RF

£250,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 1000_RS0542
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Tenure: Leasehold
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Property Summary

An ideal holiday let for anyone looking for an attractive home or great for a family looking for a second home to enjoy all the Lake District has to offer from a handy base close to transport links, No. 5, The Ironworks offers peaceful, pristine, and versatile living

Full Details

Love the Lake District and are looking for a second home/holiday let, then No.5 Ironworks is the home for you. Just outside of Newby Bridge, in a peaceful location and on the cusp of Lake Windermere near Bowness and Coniston, No.5 offers a great base to explore.

* Newly built - ready to go!
* An ideal primary residence or second home investment opportunity
* Prime location - close to the centre of the Lake District National Park
* Views from every window
* An attractive investment and income opportunity
* Projected income of £28,000 - £30,000

* 3 Bedrooms
* 2 Bathrooms
* 1 reception room
* Kitchen - built in fridge freezer/oven/ hob/ dishwasher/ washer/ dryer
* Double glazed windows

* Mains electric
* Mains water
* Mains drainage
* Electric radiators
* Good Internet speed
* Council tax 'C'

Grounds and Location:
* Small outside area
* 2 designated parking spaces
* Views of River Leven and Haverthwaite Steam Railway

A historic site, reimagined to offer modern living, spy the preserved outlines of the old ironworks and its oxidised machinery from the roadside, before pulling into this newly constructed development, which sits in perfect sympathy with its surrounds.

Immaculately maintained lawns and borders are nestled within Lakeland slate walls, with two allotted parking spaces just outside the entrance to No. 5, a three-bedroom apartment set over two floors.

Inside, this home retains a box-fresh feel, purchased by its current (and only) owners a mere 18 months ago as a holiday home, and would make a superb holiday let, like many others are.

Cloud grey tones dress the walls, and carpeted stairs as they rise to the right. Ahead, arrive at the cloakroom, with WC, wash basin and deep cupboard storage for coats and shoes. There is an additional cupboard beneath the stairs, handy for cleaning essentials.

Offering direct access out to the front and rear gardens, the kitchen-diner-living room is also located on the ground floor, accessed to the left of the front door.

Contemporary light toned flooring flows underfoot, as glass doors and windows draw the outdoors in from both sides. To the front, offering instant access out to the terrace, find the culinary hub of the home, where crisp white cabinetry provides plenty of storage, seasoned with an array of fitted appliances including a cooker, hob and fridge-freezer, alongside a brand-new dishwasher and washer-dryer - never before used. Granite worktops gleam beneath the spotlights.

Dine with views out over the River Leven to the rear, as the room opens up to the dining-living room.

A wall of windows and French doors draw in the sunlight and views, for a warm and welcoming ambience. Dine alfresco, overlooking the river, enjoying the tranquility of this spot.

Ascend the stairs to the first-floor landing, where ahead and right you arrive at the first of three double bedrooms. Currently accommodating a single bed, which pulls out into a double, dove grey carpet flows out underfoot. Slide open the glass doors and step out onto the balcony and enjoy a morning coffee watching the river flowing by below.

Next door on the right is the master bedroom, furnished with fitted wardrobes for storage. Soft, natural hues dress the walls, with windows providing a seamless connection with the landscaped grounds and running river beyond. Cosy and warm, the heating controls for the bedrooms at No. 5, The Ironworks are all independently operated and controllable on individual timers.

A beautifully tiled ensuite offers refreshment beneath the rainfall head of the shower, also furnished with wash basin and WC.

A home that manages light, space and storage, on the landing discover a deep cupboard containing the hot water tank and with plenty of space for linen etc.

Begin your morning with a stretch and cup of tea on the glass-fronted balcony with views out to tree lined slopes from bedroom two, overlooking the front of the landscaped development. A spacious double, neutral shades pervade once more, with light coloured carpet underfoot.

Soak your aches, after a day exploring the many trails and cycleways surrounding The Ironworks, in the fully tiled bathroom at the end of the landing, where a large bath features an overhead rainfall shower, alongside a wash basin and WC.

With lush green lawn and stone patios to the front and rear, the management company maintains all the gardens and communal areas; enabling you to enjoy all the outdoor areas without worry or effort. Sit on the balcony and watch the Haverthwaite steam trains puffing slowly by on route to Lakeside.

A bike shed is ideal for safely chaining your bicycle - there are plenty of trails to explore nearby.

Out and about

Keep the kitchen pristine and dine out at one of the many nearby pubs and restaurants, including The Swan at Newby Bridge (which also has its own gym and spa), the local hotel in Backbarrow, The Anchor opposite the Haverthwaite Steam Railway and The Rusland Pool - serving up fantastic food just a mile away.

** 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: Leasehold


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