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Enjoying absolutely breathtaking views across the Lake District National Park in a highly elevated position, above the village of Bampton. Moorahill Farm is a stunning Grade II Listed Lakeland farm steading with a substantial plot of around 6 ring fenced acres with a large beautifully restored 17th century farmhouse and barn with wonderful exposed cruck beams and vaulted ceilings and number of smaller outbuildings and barns. This is a superb lifestyle opportunity for a buyer looking for a magnificent family home with a country lifestyle or even has commercial potential with the use of the many outbuildings.
The farmhouse itself dates back to the 17th century and retains many charming and original features including wood panelling, stone flagged floors, salt and spice cupboards and many more period features. Internally it is immaculate order and has been completed to an exacting standard with high quality finishes and stylish decor. Each window throughout the property is blessed with spectacular open countryside views!
The main house has five bedrooms and four bathrooms with an additional two bedrooms and two bathrooms in the attached converted barn, which can be accessed internally, making this home flexible and ideal for a large family, multi-generational use or as income/holiday let potential.
Inside the main house there is a stylish dining kitchen with cream AGA range, an impressive sitting room with stone fireplace, wood burning stove and an original wooden partition wall leading into the dining room/snug, also with a stone fireplace and open fire, a shower room, utility room and pantry, To the first floor there are five bedrooms, two having ensuite facilities, and a family bathroom.
The attached barn has a large lounge, modern fitted kitchen and two double bedrooms, both with ensuite shower rooms. The barn can be accessed independently and has a private parking area and garden.
Outside, to the front, there is a pretty cottage garden and a stone outbuilding which has been converted to a fully functioning home office. To the rear there is a lovely courtyard with a range of outbuildings, a large L-shaped 17th century cruck barn which has been beautifully restored with haylofts, wonderful exposed cruck beams and vaulted ceilings and a further large agricultural building (45ft x 22ft) sitting behind the courtyard. The plot extends to around 6 acres and includes a small woodland coppice and grazing land.
Located a short drive from the villages of Bampton and Shap and and their local amenities, shops, doctor’s surgery, primary school, swimming pool and pubs and excellent transport links. The M6 Junction 39 is only a short distance and the market town of Penrith is approx. 10 miles. This property is unlikely to remain on the market for any long period of time and a viewing highly recommended.
A range of stylish bespoke cabinetry with a Granite worktop with integrated 2 ring induction hob, inset belfast style sink with stainless steel mixer tap, an impressive large alcove houses the oil fired AGA, space for a fridge and freezer, dual aspect windows to the side and rear, sandstone flagged floor, LED lighting and a wooden/part glazed stable door leads out to the side.
Accessed up two tiled steps from the kitchen, white low level WC, corner shower with tiled surround, white hand basin, tiled floor, LED lighting, beamed ceiling, radiator and obscure glazed window to the rear aspect.
A carpeted staircase leads to the first floor, open doorway into the sitting room, wooden door to storage cupboard which houses the underfloor heating controls and pipe work.
This is a charming and spacious sitting room with an impressive beamed ceiling, an ornate stone fireplace with wood burning stove with original cupboard built into the side of the fireplace, an original wooden partition panelled wall leads to a second reception room/dining room. Two windows overlooking the front aspect, one with a window seat, tiled flooring, traditional wooden door out to the front of the house and an original wooden door to pantry.
Originally the Dairy with storage shelving, tiled floor, window to the side aspect and beamed ceiling.
Separated from the sitting room with an original wooden partition panelled wall, tiled flooring, window with window seat, feature stone fireplace with open fire, feature alcove cupboards with date stone 1714 and wooden doorway through to the cottage.
Large double room with beamed ceiling, roof window and window to the side aspect, window seat, carpeted floor and radiator
White bath with shower over, white traditional WC with high level cistern, heated towel rail and white pedestal hand basin, underfloor heating, linen cupboard
Single bedroom with window to the rear aspect, sloped beamed ceiling, storage cupboards built in to the eaves with integrated lighting, carpeted floor and radiator.
Large double bedroom with views across the front aspect and open country side, beamed ceiling, LED lighting, carpeted floor, window seat and radiator
Shower with tiled splash back, tiled floor, white low level WC, white pedestal hand basin, extractor fan.
Currently used as a dressing room. Views to the front aspect, ceiling lighting, carpeted floor, window seat and radiator.
Large double bedroom with views across the front aspect and open country side, LED lighting, carpeted floor, window seat, radiator, feature stone mantel over a painted chimney alcove,
Corner shower with tiled splash back, tiled floor, white low level WC, white hand basin, extractor fan, heated towel rail, LED lighting
Carpeted floor, beamed ceiling, roof window and a radiator
Accessed externally through a stable style door, belfast sink, oil boiler for main house, tiled floor
To the front, the front of the house has a pretty cottage garden with lawn, flower beds, established trees and shrubs, a detached stone outbuilding which has been converted to a fully functioning home office, all enjoying the wonderful views. To the rear there is a lovely courtyard with a range of outbuildings, a large L-shaped 17th century barn which has been beautifully restored with haylofts, wonderful exposed crook beams and vaulted ceilings and a further large agricultural building sitting behind the courtyard, perfect for stabling, livestock or even a classic car collection. The plot extends to around 6 acres and includes a small woodland coppice and grazing land.
Skimmed ceiling, two stable doors leading to the front garden, tiled floor, painted stone feature fireplace, electric living flame fire, large feature window overlooking the rear courtyard, original feature alcove, oak staircase to the first floor, door to understairs cupboard housing the underfloor heating controls, tiled steps to the kitchen.
Modern shaker style kitchen with doors to the front and rear garden, Bosch induction hob, Bosch oven, Bosch integrated microwave, Bosch integrated fridge freezer, black granite work surface, beamed ceiling, roof light, inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap, electricity consumer unit and boiler
Traditional white WC with high level cistern, white hand basin, extractor fan, small window to the front aspect
Large double room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and velux window, large feature window overlooking the rear courtyard, carpeted floor, radiator
White corner shower, white low level WC, white handbasin, LED lighting, extractor fan, tiled floor, heated towel rail
Large double room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and velux window, window overlooking the side aspect, fitted storage cupboard carpeted floor, radiator
White shower, white low level WC, white handbasin, LED lighting, extractor fan, tiled floor, heated towel rail, feature window to the front aspect
The cottage has its own separate gated gravelled parking area, lawned garden and paved terrace which enjoys the stunning views to the side of the main house.
A beautiful large 17th century Lakeland cruck barn, with crows feet gables, housing a stable with original stalls, workshop and store, the main portion of the barn with vaulted ceiling’s with wonderful exposed cruck beams, lime pointed and lime washed walls and a hay loft balcony to each end, the whole floor flagged with damp roof membrane, all roofs have been overhauled.
A large detached stone built outbuilding which is currently used as a study. It has large glazed door and windows behind the double wooden doors, mezzanine level storage space in the vaulted ceiling and a window overlooking the open countryside. It also has an electricity supply.
Mains Water, Electricity Private Treatment Plant Drainage Oil Central Heating Underfloor heating on the Ground floor and in the bathroom to Bedroom 1
These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general guideline and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending Purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. The services, systems, and appliances shown may not have been tested and has no guarantee as to their operability or efficiency can be given. All floor plans are created as a guide to the lay out of the property and should not be considered as a true depiction of any property and constitutes no part of a legal contract.
Coming from Bampton from Shap turn left at the phone box. If coming from the Penrith direction, turn right at the phone box. Continue up to the top of the fell. When the fells open up, Moorahill Farm is a white property visible to the right hand side.
David Britton Estates
15 Old London Road