A Detached house with living accommodation on the first floor to make the most of the wonderful bay views. On a desirable road, convenient to the town centre of Grange over Sands. Comprising Hallway, 3 Double Bedrooms (1 with En-Suite and balcony), 2 further Shower/Bathrooms, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Garage, Undercroft, Garden & Parking.
- Superb Bay Views
- Desirable, convenient location
- Spacious and versatile accommodation
- No upper chain
Location/Description Properties on this desirable road do not come on to the open market very often. With super views and both immediate proximity to the town centre and easy access to the fells. Charney Well Lane is a sought after location. Staddle Stones is a detached property built in 1995 and is tucked away at the lower end of the road. The property offers versatile living accommodation with good sized, spacious rooms and has an individual layout making the most of the superb bay views from the first floor and offers some scope for a little updating here and there.
Grange over Sands is a popular and picturesque town on the shores of Morecambe Bay with amenities such as Medical Centre, Railway Station, Library, Primary School, Post Office, Shops, Cafes & Tearooms plus Promenade and Ornamental Gardens.
To reach the property proceed up Main Street to the mini round about at the top taking the right turn along the short one way street. At the crossroad (Higginsons Butchers on the left), turn right into Pig Lane, as the road bears around to the right, take the left turn into Hampsfell Road and then first left into Charney Well Lane. Staddle Stones can be found shortly on the right.
Accommodation (with approximate measurements)
Covered Entrance The dark wood, half stained glass door with glazed side panel opens to:-
Hallway: a welcoming hallway with coved ceiling, stair case rising to first floor, low door to large undercroft, small under stairs storage cupboard and doors to:-
Undercroft: 23′ 3" x 9′ 4" (7.11m x 2.85m) a useful space with reduced head height. The extensive area offers bags of storage. With power and light.
Bedroom 2: 14′ 0" x 9′ 7" (4.28m x 2.93m) a spacious double bedroom with full height window to side and coved ceiling. Door to:-
Utility Room: 11′ 1" x 5′ 6" (3.39m x 1.68m) a useful space with external door and housing the central heating boiler. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble drier. Base cabinets incorporating the stainless steel sink unit and integrated freezer. Door to integral garage.
Bedroom 3: 11′ 7" x 9′ 6" (3.55m x 2.92m) a double bedroom with coved ceiling and window to front providing glimpses towards Morecambe Bay.
Shower Room: with frosted window to side, tiled walls and three piece suite comprising corner shower enclosure, low flush WC and wash hand basin in vanitory unit. Recessed ceiling spot lights.
The attractive staircase: with feature internal ‘half-cartwheel’ style window leads to:-
Gallery Landing: a spacious gallery style landing with window to front providing partial views of Morecambe Bay. Linen cupboard; doors to all rooms and loft hatch.
Loft: with pull-down ladder, boarded with power and light. Providing further useful storage.
Lounge: 19′ 7" x 11′ 7" (5.98m x 3.55m) a very generously proportioned lounge with high coved ceiling and dual aspect. Large feature window to front providing superb far reaching bay views. Moulded plaster decorative fire surround with polished marble hearth surrounding the living flame gas fire. Sliding doors to rear garden.
Breakfast Kitchen: 12′ 0" x 9′ 7" (3.67m x 2.93m) a good, square kitchen with rear window and external door. Furnished with a range of ‘oak’ fronted wall and base cabinets with complementary tiling and work-surface incorporating the 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit and gas hob with extractor over. Integrated electric oven, fridge, dishwasher and small breakfast bar. Feature internal ‘half cart-wheel’ style window.
Dining Room: 12′ 10" x 10′ 8" (3.92m x 3.27m) a versatile room with dual aspect. Currently arranged as a formal dining room but could be utilised as a 4th bedroom or large study if required.
Bedroom 1: 17′ 7" x 16′ 2" (5.38m x 4.94m) an extremely generous double bedroom with triple aspect and delightful bay views plus a decorative balcony with balustrading. A magnificent space to enjoy a morning coffee and admire the uninterrupted view of Morecambe Bay and the fells beyond. Large fitted wardrobes, coved ceiling and door to en-suite.
En-Suite Shower Room: with frosted window and cream suite comprising corner shower enclosure, low flush WC and wash hand basin in useful vanitory unit. Recessed ceiling spot lights.
Bathroom: tiled walls and frosted window. Three piece white suite comprising low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled jacuzzi style bath.
Integral Garage: accessed via the utility room with up and over door, power and light. Window with a bay view!
Garden: stepped pathways lead around both sides of the property to the private rear garden. There is a good sized area of paved patio to enjoy al-fresco dining. Steps lead up to the rockery/lawned area. Bordered by mature hedge. The rear garden is private and not overlooked.
Driveway: the block paved driveway provides parking for 2/3 vehicles in front of the property and garage.
Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Gas central heating to radiators.
Tenure: Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion. No upper chain.
Note: Staddle Stones is located within Grange Conservation Area
Council Tax: Band F. South Lakeland District Council.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with Hackney & Leigh Grange Office.
Energy Performance Certificate: The full Energy Performance Certificate is available on our website and also at any of our offices.
Rental Potential: If you were to purchase this property for residential lettings we estimate it has the potential to achieve £950 – £1000 per calendar month. For further information and our terms and conditions please contact our Grange Office.
Have you seen these properties?
Lyle Byre forms part of a traditional Lakeland Barn and Byre – originally converted a number of years ago – which has been sympathetically developed…
Lyle Byre forms part of a traditional Lakeland Barn and Byre – originally converted a number of years ago – which has been sympathetically developed by the current owners to provide an immaculately presented Attached Barn Conversion with a touch of the modern and a splash of character that offers its lucky new owners a…
A most delightful, beautifully presented detached period property that offers its lucky new owners a true variety of lifestyle options; live in the main house…
A most delightful, beautifully presented detached period property that offers its lucky new owners a true variety of lifestyle options; live in the main house and holiday let the adjoining cottage (as at present) or use for longer term letting – use the cottage as a ‘granny annexe’ or for the homeworker the cottage could…