Located centrally within the attractive village of Newton in Cartmel, this delightful, semi-detached Georgian former Farmhouse is both charming and spacious and is generously proportioned inside and out. Comprising Sitting Room, Dining Room, Breakfast Kitchen, Cellar, 3 Double Bedrooms (1 with en-suite cloaks), family Bathroom, Gardens and Parking.
- Delightful village location
- Charming and welcoming
- Fully double glazed
- Generous outdoor space
Location/Description: Dating back to mid 1750, Fern Cottage forms part of an original village Farmhouse and is located discretely in the heart of this popular village which lies within the Lake District National Park.
A much loved family home by the current vendor for over 47 years the property feels warm and welcoming and retains a wealth of charm and period features. Internally the rooms are generous and well arranged, externally there is an abundance of space for the keen gardener and the private parking is no less impressive.
(Newton-in-Cartmel) or High Newton is a small village off the A590 towards the edge of the Lake District National Park. The village was by-passed in 2008 relieving it from the pressures of traffic and enabling its return to a quieter pace of life at the head of the Cartmel Valley. Situated on the edge of the National Park, about 2½ miles from the foot of Windermere at Newby Bridge and with the M6 some 15 minutes easy drive away. The village is on a bus route and is very convenient for local services and for all the attractions the Lake District has to offer.
If approaching from Grange take the first left off the A590 by-pass, at the ‘T’ Junction turn right and then second left into the village. Proceed through Low Newton and as you enter High Newton take the 1st left. Fern Cottage is a short way along the right hand side.
Accommodation (with approximate measurements)
The half glazed uPVC front door opens to:-
Hallway a traditional, wider than average, welcoming, passage style Hallway with attractive staircase to the First Floor. Original stripped period doors to rooms.
Sitting Room 14′ 5" x 11′ 4" (4.39m x 3.45m) with deep set uPVC window to front, arch recess and cosy feature open fire with slate surround and hearth.
Dining Room 14′ 7" x 11′ 4" max (4.44m x 3.45m max) this second reception room could be used as further living space or a formal dining room if desired. Deep set uPVC window with display sill and original charming recessed wall cupboard with stripped wood doors. A wonderful original low door leads to:-
Cellar 28′ 5" x 14′ 11" (8.66m x 4.55m) with stone steps down to full length cellar with stone floor and deep set uPVC window with slate sill to the rear. Power and light. Currently utilised as utility space and store room.
Kitchen 14′ 4" x 11′ 1" (4.37m x 3.38m) a light and bright kitchen with dual aspect. Twin uPVC windows to rear with pleasing aspect into the garden, front window and glazed external side door. Fitted with a good range of ‘oak’ fronted wall and base cabinets with complementary tiling and work-surface with single drainer sink unit and small breakfast bar. Plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine and space for fridge freezer. Electric eye-level oven and ceramic hob with extractor over. Ceramic tiled floor.
From the Hallway the lovely shallow stairs (with stripped balustrades) rise and turn (passing the large uPVC window with delightful view) to the landing, with a continuation of the stripped period doors to:-
Bedroom 2 14′ 4" x 9′ 5" max (4.37m x 2.87m max) a double bedroom with deep set uPVC window and window seat which provides attractive views over the garden.
Bedroom 3 14′ 10" x 7′ 8" (4.52m x 2.34m) a double bedroom with deep set UPVC window to front with window seat providing lovely views into the village. Stripped floor boards.
Bathroom a large bathroom with deep set uPVC window to the front. 4 piece coloured suite comprising low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath and shower enclosure. Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
From the Landing a further door with original wooden stairs rise (passing a low level window with pleasing views) and lead up to:-
Attic Bedroom 1 29′ 5" x 16′ 1" (8.97m x 4.9m) this bedroom is enormous! Large Velux roof window and charming deep set uPVC window to side with lovely outlook into the village. Array of exposed ceiling beams, large storage cupboard and door to:-
En-Suite Cloaks with coloured two piece suite comprising low flush WC and corner wash hand basin.
Garden it is clear to see the time, effort and love that has gone into this garden over the years with an impressive range of mature and well established plants and shrubs. The rear garden has a good sized level lawn with attractive plants interspersed and is bordered by a high stone wall and hedge. Small stone outhouse with covered log store. A deep gravel border forms a spacious patio area directly in front of the house. To the side is a large, sunny paved patio with further ‘nooks and crannies’ greenhouse and garden shed. Accessed directly from the kitchen this area is wonderful for outdoor entertaining. Gated to the front.
Parking parking is provided for several vehicles on the private gravel driveway directly in front of the property. Additional raised rockery area.
Services: Mains electricity and water. Mains drainage. Oil fired central heating to radiators.
Tenure: Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
Council Tax: Band D. 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 £900 – £1000 per calendar month. For further information and our terms and conditions please contact our Grange Office.
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