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Woodrigg, Lamonby, Penrith, CA11 9SS

4 BED 2 BATH £550,000

Woodrigg, Lamonby, Penrith, CA11 9SS

  • Ref: 1000_RS0461
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Away from the hustle and bustle of the honeypot Lakeland towns, on the edge of the Northern Lakes, deep within Cumbrian farming heartland, discover the friendly hamlet of Lamonby.

Full Details

*       Detached barn conversion - originally a stone-built barn as part of a farm that was converted in 1990's
*       The home went through extensive refurbishment in 2014
*       Gorgeous views towards the Pennines
*       Main bedroom with dual aspect windows
*       Multi-fuel burner in the lounge
*       Dining room with French doors to the garden
*       Large double garage with internal access
*       Mains water, and electric
*       Private septic tank (up-to-date)
*       Oil fired central heating
*       Fast BT fibre
*       New double-glazed windows throughout in 2020
Grounds and Location:
*       Large plot and driveway
*       Wrap around garden
*       Trees including apple, damson and pear
*       Parking for up to 10 cars

Surrounded by fields grazed by sheep and cattle stands Woodrigg, the penultimate home in the hamlet, a stone barn, originally converted in the 1990s and set within wraparound gardens.

Pull up along a substantial gravel driveway, bordered by lawn, where there is parking in abundance. A double garage with electrically operated doors and ample space for storage is also available.

Pause for a moment and look out to the front, where on a clear day the views extend to the peaks of Blencathra and Carrock Fell, just a few miles away, before making your way to the front door.

Double width windows flood the entrance hall with morning sunlight. Stone steps curve up to the engineered light oak flooring, a modern touch balanced by the original exposed stone and whorled beam above, the perfect medley of modern and classic.

Dressed in neutral shades throughout, the natural light of the barn, through its many deep-set windows, prevails.

Turning left, follow the hallway along to the sitting room at the end. Spacious, comfortable and inviting, cream carpet extends underfoot, whilst windows frame views out to the garden and beyond. In the evenings, warm yourself by the modern multifuel burner, set within a redbrick surround.

Coming out of the sitting room, turn right into the bright and well-equipped kitchen-diner. A sociable hub, large cream tiles extend underfoot, with an array of light-oak toned cabinetry providing plenty of storage for all your culinary essentials. Thick granite finish worktops offer ample preparation space, alongside a seating peninsula by the window framing pretty views out to the garden at the front and side; the perfect place to enjoy breakfast in the morning sunlight.

A modern kitchen in comparison to the ancient origins of the barn, appliances include a fitted oven, electric hob, extractor fan, steam oven, microwave and a large fridge alongside space for a freestanding dishwasher.

Returning to the entrance hallway, across from the front door step into the dining room, a sunny and bright space where arched French doors deliver afternoon sunshine. Laminate flooring and light tones to the walls create a neutral, inviting room, with ample space for a dining table and armchairs. Throw open the double doors to invite the outdoors in, or step out to take your morning coffee alfresco on the patio, admiring views out towards the Pennines.

Passing the front door, make your way ahead, turning left into a versatile and spacious fourth bedroom, currently used as a study. Carpeted and brimming in light from the window overlooking the rear garden, work from home peacefully and in comfort with reliable BT broadband internet, with 27 m/b download speed; good for both streaming television and for work purposes.

Along the entrance hallway note how seamlessly the original exposed stone of the barn is celebrated within the smooth modern plaster of the walls, a subtle nod to the heritage of this modern home.

Next door, discover bedroom three, a spacious room easily accommodating a king-size bed and featuring a wall of fitted wardrobes. Delightful views extend over the garden.

Striped carpet leads up to more bedrooms ahead. Turning left, discover the second bedroom, another bountifully sized room benefitting from built-in storage. Carpeted and so light, a window from the landing shines light through the doorway, whilst a window to the rear overlooks the copper beech tree in the garden, fields and distant fells.

Returning to the landing, turning left again arrive at the main bedroom. Superbly sized and once more furnished with large, built-in wardrobe, light flows in from windows to the front and side. On clear days admire views reaching as far as the hills of Scotland.

Freshen up in the Jack 'n' Jill bathroom, where a fully tiled shower accompanies a wash basin and WC. Views extend once more over the countryside and fells.

Returning along the landing, descend the stairs and turn left, where a further set of stairs lead to a light filled lower lobby. Conveniently accessed from bedroom three and four, on the right is a large family bathroom, fully furnished with a bath, large wet-room shower with rainfall head and handheld attachment, wash basin with vanity unit storage and WC. Ample storage is available in the large linen cupboard.

Across the way, the large utility room is as spacious as many kitchens, furnished with plenty of storage cupboards and with ample space for fridge, freezer and dryer and with plumbing for a washer. This room also accommodates the boiler, powering the oil-fired central heating. A door leads through to the substantially sized integral garage whilst another door provides access out to the garden.

A home laden with storage, there is yet more room above, a main, part boarded loft with pull down ladder and electric lighting located above the dining room and two downstairs bedrooms, and a second loft space above the upstairs bedrooms and shower room.

Wraparound gardens envelop Woodrigg, backing onto far reaching fields, grazed by sheep and cattle.

Peaceful and private, shelter and shade is provided beneath the boughs of fruit trees, whilst well-tended borders offer colour and texture. Enclosed fencing and high hedging make this garden safe and secure for children and pets, whilst views reach out towards the Pennines.

Perfectly located for those who love the peace and tranquility of rural life, walkers, and those who appreciate the seclusion and serenity of the countryside, enjoy Lakes life in a low gear, at Woodrigg.

** 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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