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Woodside, Hazelrigg Lane, Newby Bridge, LA12 8NY

4 BED 3 BATH £775,000

Woodside, Hazelrigg Lane, Newby Bridge, LA12 8NY

£775,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0421
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Get back to nature and escape the hustle and bustle on the quieter side of Lake Windermere, at Woodside.

Full Details

Home
*       4/5 bedrooms
*       3 bath/shower rooms
*       1 games room
*       Detached house
*       Double garage with electricity and water
*       Double glazing
* No onward chain
*       Garage has great potential to be converted into a second dwelling for extra income

Grounds and Location:
*       Easy access to M6
*       Woodside is in the National Park
*       Very private with view over to Cartmel Fell
*       Easy access to Lakes
*       Lowest rainfall area in lakes
*       2 acres of land (1 acre fenced) (1 acre of trees)
*       Red squirrels are regular visitors in the garden
 
Services:
*       WIFI (20mb download)
*       Private water supply - New bore hole, UV filters and new pumps
*       Private septic tank (all up to date)
*       Mains electricity
*       LPG Gas central heating

Peacefully positioned within the Lake District National Park, yet conveniently accessed, Woodside is perfectly poised for all the hot spots of the Lake District, discovered along a quiet country lane just off the A590 at Newby Bridge, only ten minutes' walk from Lake Windermere.

Pull along the private driveway, where there is ample parking available, alongside a carport with storage to the rear, and a spacious double garage, ideal for classic car collectors. A second five bar gate leads to further parking, ideal for a motorhome or boat.

Traditional mid-century in its Lakeland slate and stone design, Woodside sits harmoniously within its surrounds, wrapped up in acres of garden and woodland. A home refurbished and renovated by the current owner, Woodside now benefits from A private borehole water supply, brand new sewage treatment plant, and kitchen.

Make your way in through the arched entrance of the old coach house, where a glazed door opens into the spacious games room, practically tiled underfoot. A great-sized family room, there is plenty of space for sofas and a pool table, or perhaps a grand piano? This could also make a light and spacious artists' studio, or even accommodation for a dependent relative. Such is the versatile potential Woodside offers.

On the right, three steps lead up to an enormous area of lower ground storage. Cool, rooms open up offering a variety of space for all your camping gear, mountain bikes, paddleboards and more. Wash down your gear at the handy sink.

Returning through the games room take the stairs up to the ground floor, emerging into the main living area. Light and bright, and optimally sized, windows to three sides, including a set of double doors leading out to the water feature, invite the outdoors in. With views of fields and fells to admire in every direction, this room has a peaceful, pleasant feel. With the doors open, listen to the soothing sound of running water as it trickles down, feeding into the pond which is visited by colourful dragonflies.

In winter, seek warmth and comfort from the log-burning stove, double sided to provide the neighbouring dining-kitchen with the same cheerful ambience.

Step up to the kitchen-diner, open-plan and sociable, designed for entertaining and eating. Savour the views from the dining table, where a large bay window looks out over the garden to the countryside beyond.

To the rear, a horseshoe of fitted cabinets and appliances is carefully arranged to ensure the cook retains communication with guests, the dual fuel Rangemaster facing out over the room. A gas Aga also features, perfect for bakers. Other appliances include a Belfast sink and dishwasher. Plenty of storage is available in the cupboards and drawers with ample preparation space.

During the warmer months, step out onto the spacious balcony to dine alfresco, seasoning mealtimes with stunning views out over the mountains.

To the rear of the kitchen-diner, step through to the utility room, where a large Belfast sink sits within the wooden worktops. Light floods in through large Velux windows overhead, with views out to the garden. Access is available through a rear boot room out to the patio and garden.

Returning to the kitchen, take the inner hallway to the left, to arrive at a bathroom, tiled to the walls and furnished with shower, wash basin and WC.

Served by this bathroom is a guest bedroom, privately situated at the end of the hallway, and with verdant views out to the leafy canopy.

Across the way, the study with its bay window frames impressive views out over the garden to the fells beyond. Handy as a fourth bedroom this bright room looks out over the decked balcony accessed out from the dining room.

From the dining area, stairs lead to the first floor, where two further bedrooms await.

Turning right from the landing, discover the large, bright second bedroom, where windows to two sides draw an abundance of daylight in, also framing clear views out to Cartmel Fell, a reminder of Woodside's close proximity to Lakeland walks. Behind the bed discover plenty of eaves storage - a feature that continues along the first-floor landing.

Central to the top level is a large family bathroom, with a big bath, wash basin and WC, an ideal space for those with children.

At the end of the landing, peace and privacy await in the main bedroom. Beautifully light, views extend from large windows over the Cartmel Valley and to Cartmel Fell. Refresh and revive in the shower room ensuite, also furnished with his and hers wash basins and WC.

Outdoors, the peaceful gardens stretch out to the front and rear of Woodside. A haven for nature, birds, butterflies and dragonflies are regular visitors, drawn by the pond. Look out for the Redstart pair, currently nesting in a wall of the home. Buzzards and herds of red deer make the most of the ten-acre naturalised land to the front of Woodside, an area purchased and rewilded by a neighbour keen on wildlife. Listen out for the ever-present and evocative call of visiting buzzards.

Explore the various garden rooms, some wild, some featuring fruit trees and various outdoor seating areas. Continuing up through the garden arrive at an acre of woodland, before turning back to admire lovely views out over Lake Windermere when the leaves have fallen.

Note the potential of converting the double garage (subject to planning permission) to create an annex or Airbnb. Separate from the main home so as not to impose on privacy, there is also a second five-bar gated entrance, offering total separation from the main home.

** 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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