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Knotts Farm House, Patterdale Road, Windermere, LA23 1NL

5 BED 2 BATH £800,000

Knotts Farm House, Patterdale Road, Windermere, LA23 1NL

  • Ref: 1000_RS0739
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Nestled amidst breathtaking views and packed with character and charm, welcome to Knotts Farmhouse, a perfectly placed rural hideaway that's close to all amenities.

Full Details

* Traditional 17th century Cumbrian cottage set in the heart of The Lake District
* Incredible lake views from living spaces and most bedrooms
* 5 spacious bedrooms with traditional features
* Large kitchen-diner with log burner

* Mains electricity, water, and drainage
* Gas-fired heating
* Internet speed is good and most providers reach the home

Grounds and Location:
* Peaceful and private location
* Panoramic fell and lake views
* Close to Windermere, with lots of shops and eateries
* Great local fell walks straight from the door
* 3 car parking spaces

Enjoying an elevated position with beautiful views stretching out over the rolling fells and Windermere Lake, this 17th century, Grade II listed farmhouse oozes charm and comfort.

Only twenty minutes away from the M6 and close to the lively villages of Windermere, Ambleside, and Troutbeck, this roomy, quintessential chocolate box farmhouse is currently used as a successful holiday let. Thanks to the unbeatable combination of the prime location, countryside charm, and modern comforts, it's a captivating home full of possibilities.

Pull up on the private driveway where there is allocated parking for up to three cars and make your way toward the home with traditional whitewashed walls and Lakeland slate roofing. Step inside and let the character of Knotts Farmhouse instantly greet you. With striking exposed oak beams, thick whitewashed walls, and a feature stone fireplace, all making for a warm welcome.

Get cosy around the gas fireplace where two original small spice cupboards are set within the walls, one with the date 1688 carved into it, reminding you of the heritage of this special home. Sink into the armchairs and snuggle up for movie nights as you warm up against the glow of the fire.

Peep into the storage cupboard by the stairs, before continuing into the large kitchen-diner.
Discover a large storage area to the right, home to the washing machine and dryer, all neatly concealed, before heading into the spacious open plan dining area.

A stunning, original inglenook fireplace radiates charisma and character, the exposed stone handsomely adding to the farmhouse ambience. Note the small shelving for a kettle and storage to the side, perfect for housing utensils or other items. Take a seat at the dining table, where the views are displayed in perfection. Enjoy meals with the dramatic countryside and ever-changing Lake District skies as your backdrop, where no two days are ever the same.
Flow through into the kitchen, where cabinetry lines the walls above and below the countertops, offering plenty of storage and space. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, oven with extractor hood, fridge, and freezer.

Take the door to your left to find a large storage room, known as 'The Buttery,' perfect for keeping all household items neatly organised. Once used as a place for storing food, the room is fitted with original Lakeland slate worktops and shelving, with a tiled floor underfoot. With access to the outside patio and garden, the space lends itself to a multitude of possibilities.
Use it as a pantry where dining alfresco in the summer months is effortless, or turn on the heating and dry off coats and boots after days out exploring the Lake District mountains.

Retrace your steps back to the lounge and ascend the half-turn stairs to the upper floor. Pass the handy storage cupboard on the right, where deep shelving offers plenty of space to keep linen, before entering the single bedroom ahead. Bright and airy with neutral décor and filled with plenty of natural light, it's an oasis of calm.

Refresh and revive in the shower-room on the left, with exposed beams and tiled floor, featuring large, walk-in shower, WC, and washbasin with fitted storage. Discover the double bedroom on the right, spacious and bright with exposed beams and neutral décor, it's a perfect place to relax and destress.

Return to the lounge and open the door beside the kitchen to find the second staircase. Climb the stairs beside the decorative shelving alongside the exposed oak beam and whitewashed walls to the family bathroom.

Featuring a WC, washbasin, fitted storage cupboard and freestanding bath that's ready to be filled with bubbles to wind down easily after a day of adventuring outdoors. Return to the landing and enter the first of three characterful bedrooms, all with neutral décor and amazing views that stretch out to display Coniston Old Man, Lake Windermere, and Crinkle Craggs on the horizon.

With such vistas to wake up to, spend lazy mornings in bed, sipping your coffee and admiring the private, beautiful scenes that invite tranquillity and peace.
Whether you're seeking a Lake District haven to call home, or an additional source of income, Knotts Farmhouse ticks all the boxes.

Surrounded by fantastic views, the outside areas of Knotts Farmhouse provide jaw-dropping scenes. Pull up to the designated parking area, where there is room for three cars and beside the mature shrubs and plants that decorate the entrance.

Admire the scenes from the back of the home, where the view includes Lake Windermere, Coniston Old Man and the Langdales and where an immaculate lawn is ready to host garden parties and picnics.

Invite friends over to play games on the mature, landscaped lawn, and further along, discover another area where sheep dot the landscape from the adjoining farmer's fields.
Cook up a feast in the kitchen, and keep food at hand in The Buttery, ready to be brought out to the patio area. Spot the wildlife amongst the mature shrubs and trees, listen to the birdsong, and invite friends over to dine alfresco in the summer months. With space for a large table and chairs, host barbeques and outdoor dinner parties where everyone can gaze upon the rolling fells and dramatic skies.

A secluded second patio provides opportunities for catching the sun and relaxing in peace, and a stone outbuilding is ready to keep all garden equipment and furniture organised and stored away neatly in the winter months.

** 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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