Pretty as a picture and enjoying wonderful views over the river below, this stylish 2 double bedroomed, 2 bathroomed detached cottage with potential to extend, is a 4 star holiday let which combines that elusive and welcoming combination of being a traditional Lakeland cottage with more than a touch of luxury.
Conveniently placed on the outskirts of Ambleside The Pavilion includes a bright and sunny open plan living space with room to relax, dine and prepare meals, supplemented by a utility/cloak room. The two double bedrooms both have stunning apex windows and luxurious en-suite bathrooms. The slate covered veranda is perfect for a cold drink on a summers evening and there is plenty of car parking provision.
- Stylish 2 bedroomed, 2 bathroomed detached cottage.
- Beautiful location with wonderful views.
- Easily managed gardens and car parking
- A superb holiday let or weekend retreat.
Location Superbly located approximately a mile from Ambleside village centre where an excellent range of local facilities and services await, The Pavilion can be found by taking the A593 out of Ambleside towards Skelwith Bridge and Coniston, passing through Clappersgate. Just after passing Ashley Green and The Beeches on your right and with water meadows on your left, The Pavilion can be found on the left hand side of the road where a shared private drive leads to the property, turning from the road just in front the newly built timber lodge.
Description The trick, if it is indeed a trick, in creating the perfect holiday home, whether that be for letting or simply for enjoyment as a private retreat, is to somehow satisfy the conflicting desires of being both conveniently placed and yet peacefully situated whilst also combining traditional charm and character with more than a little bit of 21st century luxury. You could argue that such a thing cannot simply be "created" at all, so it is rare indeed to be able to tick all of those boxes, and yet The Pavilion does just that.
Ambleside, with all of its traditional charms, Inns, restaurants, shops and indeed cinemas is just down the road, and yet here you enjoy the most subline view over the River Brathay and its associated pools and meadows whilst the whole of The Lake District National Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site no less, is all around you.
From the instant you pull onto the driveway you will be able to picture yourself on a warm summers evening sipping a long cool drink relaxing on the slate covered veranda, gazing out over the water to the meadows beyond. Step into the bright open plan living space and you will immediately realise that you may have never fully appreciated the benefits of a room with windows on all four elevations before. There is plenty of light and of course space in which to relax, dine and prepare meals in this welcoming room, which is supplemented a combined utility room and WC. On the first floor are two lovely double bedrooms, each with luxurious en-suite bathrooms and wonderfully tall windows extending right into the gable apexes. If you were impressed by the exposed timber on view downstairs then the wonderful wooden pegged roof trusses displayed here will undoubtedly win your heart.
The gardens are easily managed and offer not only ample car parking provision but also the potential to extend the accommodation should you so wish (subject to any necessary consents being obtained of course).
The views are a delight. Gazing out over the river to the meadows and fells beyond, watching the birds gracefully flitting over the water, the deer coming down for a drink, maybe even an otter or two – can you think of a better place in which to relax and unwind?
This is no trick, this is the genuine article. Come and see for yourself.
Accommodation (with approximate dimensions)
Open Plan Living Space 26′ 8" x 17′ 8" (8.14 maxm x 5.39 maxm) Wonderfully light and airy, with countryside views across the water and having windows on all elevations, this room provides distinct sitting, dining and kitchen areas with plenty of space in which to cook, dine and relax with family and friends. Having a limestone tiled underheated floor, exposed timbers and beams and a combination of contemporary wall and base units with complimentary timber work surfaces in the kitchen area with a stainless steel sink and a half with drainer and mixer tap, Stoves ceramic hob with extractor hood over, Logik electric oven/ grill, an integrated Lamona dishwasher and Fridgemaster fridge freezer. Warm and welcoming thanks to the wall mounted electric living flame effect fire in the sitting area for those cooler evenings. With under stairs cupboard housing the Megaflo Heatrae Sadia hot water cylinder, down lights, an external part glazed door to the rear and stairs leading to the upper floor.
Utility/ Cloakroom 7′ 10" x 7′ 1" (2.40m x 2.18m) Having a WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap, and with ample room for boots and coats along with plumbing for an automatic washing machine, and a seating area.
Landing The staircase and landing is flanked by gorgeous wooden pegged roof trusses and there is a window at the rear.
Bedroom 1 12′ 9" x 12′ 3" (3.89m x 3.74m) A light and airy double room with woodland views from the large apex window, and with a radiator.
Ensuite With tiled floor, exposed beams and having a contemporary shaped bath and free standing cascade tap with shower attachment, a dual flush WC, and a pedestal wash hand basin with mirror and shaver point over. Also with a heated ladder style towel rail and Sector extractor fan.
Bedroom 2 13′ 6" x 11′ 8" (4.14m x 3.58m) A light and spacious double room, thanks to the large apex window, with countryside views and having a contemporary radiator.
En Suite With tiled floor, exposed beams and having a stylish oval bath and free standing cascade tap with shower attachment, a dual flush WC, and a contemporary wash hand basin set above a vanity style unit with LED mirror over. Also with a panel radiator and Envirovent extractor fan.
Outside With covered veranda to the front, and idyllic spot from which to admire the view, perhaps with a glass of something cool at the end of the day or an enlivening morning coffee, outside lighting, a gravelled patio to the side of the property and grass to the front bordered with a hedge.
Private gated car parking provision.
Services With LPG gas central heating, this property is connected to mains electricity and water, with private drainage to a shared septic tank.
Business Rates The property has a rateable value of £3,150 with the amount payable to South Lakeland District Council for 2020/21 being £1,546.65
Small business rate relief may be available.
Viewings Strictly by appointment with Hackney & Leigh Ambleside Office.
Energy Performance Certificate The full Energy Performance Certificate is available on our website and also at any of our offices.
Note The property cannot be a permanent home but is perfect for holiday letting or as a dream weekend retreat.
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