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No. 1 Fiddler Hall, Newby Bridge, Ulverston, LA12 8NQ

4 BED 3 BATH £650,000

No. 1 Fiddler Hall, Newby Bridge, Ulverston, LA12 8NQ

£650,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0683
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Tucked away amongst rural splendour and dating back in parts to the 13th century, discover a home brimming with original features and offering timeless charm and character.

Full Details

Home:
* Traditional-style Cumbrian cottage, dating back to the 13th and 17th centuries from an extension
* Grade II listed
* Incredible original dark wood beams
* Plenty of character throughout the home
* Great countryside views in a peaceful and private location
* Beautiful family home with 4 bedrooms
* Close by to the charming village of Cartmel with lots of local eateries and shops

Services:
* Oil-fired central heating
* Private drainage
* Private water supply
* Fireplace in the living room with working chimney and flue
* No current built-in internet (can easily be connected)
* Most service providers reach the home

Grounds and location:
* Far-reaching views of local fells and across open countryside
* Peaceful location with a private feel
* South-east-facing lawn area is easily maintained and a manageable size
* Close to the A590 with easy access to other towns
* A short drive to Cartmel, Newby Bridge and Ulverston
* Multiple private parking places

Just a short drive from both Cartmel and Ulverston, No.1 Fiddler Hall provides the splendid illusion of being completely in its own world, yet it's close to all the amenities you could need.

Grade II listed, with a rich and captivating past, every room is filled with atmosphere and history. Pull up to the driveway where there is parking for up to two cars beside the double garage.

Step inside to a spacious and cosy lounge, where thick, neutral-coloured walls, a deep-set window and low ceilings adorned with original oak beams, set the scene for the home's rich heritage.

To the left, note the original court cupboard with the carved date of 1639. Still used for storage, this marvellous cupboard is a part of the fabric of the house and of special interest to the home. The original spice cupboard, on the opposite wall, is believed to be of the same period and adds to the narrative, letting you know that this is a special and significant home, filled with rich history.

An impressive fireplace of stone with oak mantel, adds to the ambience of the room and makes for another interesting focal point. Currently housing a Calor Gas heater for ease, the fireplace has a working chimney and flue, ready to be lit on winter evenings. The typically Cumbrian barrel chimney stacks are a notable feature of the property.

Take the first left into the smaller dining room, where original flagstone flooring extends underfoot. A deep-set window with a slate sill adds to the abundance of features that pack this home with personality.

Oak beams adorn the ceiling, and the wall of exposed stonework makes for a visually stunning backdrop against the dining table and chairs. Invite friends and family to gather around for celebratory meals and dinner parties in this room that brims with both character and features.
Make your way through a glazed, panelled door and step down into the living room. With neutral-coloured walls and rich green carpet, the room is an adaptable and flexible space. Fill it with sofas and armchairs, ready to enjoy peaceful afternoons lost in the pages of your favourite book. Sit around the main dining table for meals and invite friends over to enjoy the space.

Continue ahead, turn right, and take the first left into the utility room. Home to the washing machine and dishwasher, complete all laundry tasks with ease. A large window looks out over the rolling countryside, adding to the light in the space. Freshen up in the adjoining cloakroom that comprises WC and washbasin before discovering the conservatory next door.

Bright and airy, with tiled floor and wonderful views of the back garden and fields beyond, spend lazy days in a comfortable armchair as you spot the wildlife. With a glazed door providing access to the back garden, rest and relax in the peace, soak up the views and take time to destress in your own private hideaway.

Make your way up the three slate steps into the galley kitchen, with flagstone flooring and original beams overhead. Store all essentials in the white cabinetry that lines the walls, providing ample storage space.

Follow the room around to the left and take the door that leads back into the lounge. Discover the stairway to the upper floor on the left, and once on the landing, turn left again into a spacious double bedroom. Fitted wardrobes line the wall beneath an oak lintel, offering ample storage space for all personal items. With white walls and a deep-set window, the room is a peaceful and restful space to retreat to.

Another large bedroom resides next door, with access to the loft that is fully boarded and fitted with power. Bedroom three is on the next left, featuring oak beams and fireplace.
Cross the landing into the family bathroom, comprising WC, fitted storage, bath with overhead shower and washbasin.

Discover the principal suite on the next right, also providing access to the loft. Refresh and revive in the fully tiled en-suite, featuring walk-in shower, WC, and washbasin before crossing the room to discover another adaptable area. Currently used for storage, this space is ideal for a dressing room or home office, ready to be used for whatever your needs.

Gardens and Grounds
With room for parking for up to two cars, the large double garage with slate roof offers additional parking space and storage. Fitted with shelving and power, and access from both the back and front of the home, use it to organise household and gardening equipment, as a workshop or keep vehicles safe from the elements. The choice is yours!

Towards the back of the home, encased by a dry-stone wall, a large lawned area waits to be enjoyed on summer days. Quiet and peaceful, invite over family and friends for impromptu barbeques and picnics where you can spread out in the space and take full advantage of the tranquil setting. There is also parking for two additional cars in an area surfaced with slate chippings.

Wander through the patio areas with your morning coffee, listening to the birdsong and enjoying the views of the rolling countryside.
With plenty of areas to sit out and enjoy the space, the low maintenance gardens to No.1 Fiddler Hall are a peaceful hideaway waiting to be enjoyed.

** 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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