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Kiln Hill Development, Bassenthwaite, Keswick, CA12 4RG

6 BED 6 BATH £1,500,000

Kiln Hill Development, Bassenthwaite, Keswick, CA12 4RG

£1,500,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0776
  • Type: Detached House
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 6
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Amazing business opportunity
  • Fell and Lake views
  • Scope to development - Planning in place

Property Summary

Overflowing with potential, versatility and accessibility, the Kiln Hill development presents the perfect opportunity to run your own holiday let business, and create a luxury family home, in a brilliant setting.

Full Details

The Site:
* Kiln Hill Barn - 5 bedrooms, all with modern private en-suite house
* Two modern and spacious one-bedroom lodges with luxurious designs
* Three cottages, Stables 2 double bedroom cottage, Byre 3 double bedrooms, one with en-suite & Skiddaw 2 bedrooms, both with en-suite
* 3-hook-up caravan plot (registered Caravan Club Certified Location site) with the potential to generate even more income!
* Sizable agricultural barn with initial planning to build and design a modern home, complete with a wall of glass facing the lake and fells
* Thriving established holiday let business already, booked up for the next two years

Home:
* Kiln Hill Barn is over 100 years old and was converted 30 years ago
* The barn is built from traditional slate with very thick walls being converted from an original building over 30 years ago. A new slate roof was installed approximately 15 years ago using original slates. Significant money has been spent on heating, doors, bathrooms, etc.
* Lots of character
* Local materials used throughout the home
* Could easily be transformed back into a beautiful family home with the added potential of using one of the apartments or cottages as an annexe
* Incredible Skiddaw and Lake views

Grounds and Location:
* Large garden with established tree belt and new fencing and gates provides a large enclosed and secure space
* Parking for 5 cars at Kiln Hill Barn and additional onsite cottage parking
* Large patio overlooking Skiddaw Mountain and the lake, amazing views
* 7 miles to Keswick
* Local eateries: The Sun Inn is within walking distance, along with several good pubs and restaurants within a 5-minute drive. E.g. Armathwaite Hall, Lizzies Hall, The Pheasant and the Lakes Distillery

Holiday let figures:
* Kiln Hill Barn potential revenue - £86,000-£95,000 pa!
* The three cottages (Skiddaw, Byre and Stable) income together is around £62,000 pa!
* The lodges are currently running as successful holiday lets, earning £25,000 EACH a year!

The business comes complete with substantial bookings throughout 2024 and 2025 circa £200,000, an instant income is possible if required!

*For more information regarding the turnover and business - please get in touch.

Services:
* Mains water and electricity (Main house and cottages)
* Electric underfloor heating (Lodges)
* Private drainage
* Oil fired central heating
* BT internet with roughly 40 Mbps
* Good phone coverage for all networks
* Not listed
* Freehold

Kiln Hill Barn
Make your way to the original barn frame that supports two large barn doors, which swing open to unveil an entrance point like no other.
Exposed Lakeland stone leads you under a sheltered porch, where three custom glass panels converge to form the front entrance. Step inside to a wide and welcoming hallway, where the expansive pitched roof, adorned with original exposed beams, fills the area with a sense of spaciousness and light, complemented by the rugged Lakeland stone walls. Flagged stone extends underfoot, leading to a wall of glass that provides access to the living area.

Freshen up in the cloakroom on the right featuring WC and washbasin, before discovering the utility room next door. Home to the washing machine, with sink and countertop, it's a brilliant area to complete household tasks. Continue ahead through the door where another storage area and access point to the home can be found.

Retrace your steps back toward the entrance hall, peep into the storage cupboard on the left, before entering the kitchen.

An array of wooden cabinetry lines the walls above and below the countertops, offering plenty of space and storage. The large central island provides a natural congregation point for family and friends as you whip up culinary delights. Invite guests to sit at the bar stools and enjoy pre-dinner drinks as you talk them through the menu.

A Stoves cooker provides a focal point in this space, and other appliances include an integrated dishwasher and fridge.

Flow through into the dining room, where oak wooden floor and white walls provide a visually striking contrast to the exposed stone wall, making for a stunning backdrop to any dining experience. Windows display the vistas of the countryside and large French doors lead into the lounge.
The high ceiling, with a skylight, and exposed beams, showcases the architectural charm of the barn, and adds a wonderful sense of space. The mezzanine landing, overlooking the area, provides a perfect vantage point in which to appreciate the design.

Make your way through the glass door leading back to the main entrance, turn right and continue ahead into a large double bedroom where exposed beams line the pitched roof.

Discover the en-suite to the left, that features heated towel rail, shower, washbasin, and WC. Return to the hallway, pass two fitted storage cupboards, and turn left into another large double bedroom.
An exposed Lakeland stone wall provides rustic charm and a brilliant contrast to the other crisp, white walls. Turn into the en-suite on the right, comprising a bath with an overhead shower, WC, and washbasin against a wall of exposed stone.

Another large bedroom can be found next door, where long windows within the exposed stone wall showcase stunning vistas of the countryside. Freshen up in the en-suite that comprises a bath, washbasin, WC, and heated towel rail.

Retrace your steps back into the lounge and take the staircase to the upper floor. Visually stunning, with beams running the length of the ceiling, and the half turn staircase with spindles adding to the design, arrive at the landing where the architectural marvel of Kiln Hill Barn can really be appreciated.

A central walkway runs along the landing area, bordered on each end by two vantage points that provide sweeping views of the downstairs, as well as additional storage space.
To the right, discover a snug area, a perfect place to hideaway with your favourite book, or space in which to unwind under the high-pitched ceiling.

Two bedrooms are waiting to be discovered, both sympathetically designed within the roof space of Kiln Hill Barn, providing unique and charming areas in which to relax.

Continue ahead into the first bedroom, where a small staircase on the right leads to a dressing area. A staircase to the left takes you into a relaxation space and straight ahead, the staircase brings you into the main bedroom with original beams, skylight, and exposed stone wall. Flow through to the en-suite on the right featuring bath, shower, washbasin, and WC.

Cross the landing into the bedroom on the opposite side, a mirror image of the first bedroom with two staircases leading to separate dressing and relaxation areas, and a staircase to the main bedroom. The en-suite on the right comprises shower, bath, WC, and washbasin.

The Stable
Self-contained, with its own access and ample parking area around the back of the home, The Stable is perfect for visiting guests or family members. Make your way through the half-glazed door and into a porch before stepping into the bright, open plan living and dining area.
Flow through to the living space on the left, where original beams line the ceiling and whitewashed stone walls add to the character.

Pass the dining table on the right and turn left into the kitchen. White cabinetry offers storage and appliances include fridge, freezer, electric oven, and hob.
Make your way back to the dining area, continue ahead and turn left into a spacious double bedroom. With an original beam overhead, carpet underfoot and neutral décor, it makes for a peaceful retreat. Another double bedroom resides next door, and the bathroom is on the next left. Featuring WC, washbasin, and bath with an overhead electric shower.

Byre
Also with its own access from the back of the home, Byre offers a bright and welcoming entrance from the glazed arched doorway that brings you into a spacious living area with exposed stone walls and beams.
Continue ahead, to the door at the back of the room and take a right to discover a spacious double bedroom. With a window showcasing the views of the countryside, exposed beam, and crisp white walls, it's an oasis of calm. Another spacious double bedroom can be found next door, where a glazed door offers amazing views, fills the room with light and provides another entrance point. Take a left into the en-suite, comprising a washbasin, WC, and shower. Return to the hallway, turn right, and find the family bathroom on the right, featuring a bath with an overhead shower, washbasin, and WC.

Retrace your steps into the hallway and turn left into a dining room. With a fitted storage cupboard and door providing access to the outside area, it's a versatile and adaptable space.
Cross the dining room and into a hallway where a half-glazed door offers another access point into the home. Turn left to discover a twin bedroom, before returning to the hallway and turning left into the kitchen. With blue cabinetry and wooden countertops, there's plenty of space to cook up delicious meals and treats. Appliances include a dishwasher, oven, fridge, and freezer.

Skiddaw
At one time Skiddaw Cottage was the farm piggery...though you wouldn't guess that now! This bright and airy self-catering cottage is the cosy country retreat you've been searching for. Step forward into the light and spacious lounge area; original stone walls and flagged floor providing clues to its origins.

The two delightful bedrooms on offer at Skiddaw - a twin and a double - both en-suite and recently refurbished.

Views over the courtyard are one of the treats in store for those staying at Skiddaw Cottage. A newly fitted kitchen complete with built-in cooker, fridge and freezer ensures that guests at Skiddaw Cottage are well-fed the whole year through. It has it's own garden that overlook the fells and Lake.

Luxury Lodges
Both are open plan, flow through to the living area on the right and relax on the sofa as you take in that jaw-dropping view. A large, bespoke double bed with an impressive solid oak handcrafted design takes centre stage, perfectly positioned to admire the views before reaching the kitchen area. Fitted with an electric hob, oven, fridge, and microwave oven, with storage and countertop space, create delicious meals to enjoy. Sip your morning coffee at the breakfast bar, or take it out onto the decking to listen to the birdsong.

Discover the shower room through the door, featuring a heated towel rail, WC, washbasin, and shower.

The Barn - Planning
With planning permission granted for a three-bedroom holiday home, and two luxury self-contained lodges already being used as successful holiday lets, this is a unique chance to purchase a wonderful business in the Lake District.

** 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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