Uldale, Wigton
Guide Price £750,000

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Property Description

  • Private location, nestled into the fellside
  • Elevated Mountain and Waterfall views
  • Spacious 4 bedroom home
  • Abundance of character & original features
  • Attached cottage/annexe
  • Ideal for Holiday Let/Income potential/Extended Family
  • Detached barn
  • Generous plot with pond, lawn and woodland
  • Beautiful gardens
  • Lake District National Park
  • Close to Dash Falls waterfall
  • 0.7 mile private approach

Sitting in a standalone, elevated, rural position in the heart of the Lake District National Park, Brocklecrag is a wonderful 4 bedroom period property with adjoining 2 bedroom cottage and a detached stone barn, enjoying the magnificent views across the open countryside towards the Lakeland Fells, Bassenthwaite lake and waterfall.

Believed to date back to around 1650, this significant home retains charm, character with wonderful exposed beams, stonework and fireplaces and offers flexible living accommodation. The main house has four bedrooms one with ensuite bathroom, three reception rooms, library, family bathroom, dining kitchen, utility room, conservatory and a further flexible use room midway up the curved stone staircase which could be used as a study, dressing room or play room.  The adjoining annexe can be accessed independently and has two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and cloakroom.

Externally sitting on is around 0.7 of an acre, every part of the garden enjoys a wonderful view of the Lakeland Mountain vista.  There is ample parking for a number of vehicles, double garage, patio terraces, perfect for alfresco dining, lawns, pond and even an area of woodland, from which you can enjoy views across to the Dash Falls waterfall at the back of Skiddaw.  In addition to this, at the rear there is a detached stone barn which is currently in need of repair but has further potential to create a studio/ancillary living accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents or simply for use as a workshop/storage.

Perfectly positioned around 5 miles from Keswick and 8 miles from Cockermouth, it is ideally located with excellent local amenities and walks on the doorstep. PLEASE NOTE THAT NO ADDITIONAL LAND IS AVAILABLE

Properties in this location and in such a rural, standalone and elevated position are rare to the market and this is unlikely to remain on the market for any long period of time.

 ** Viewing strictly by appointment only **


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Rooms

The Main House

Retaining many wonderful character features, exposed beams, stone mullion windows all typical of Lakeland homes of this era, this home has generous living accommodation and internally comprises of four bedrooms one with ensuite bathroom, family bathroom, three reception rooms, library, dining kitchen, utility room, conservatory and a further flexible use room midway up the curved stone staircase which could be used as a study, dressing room or play room.

Annexe

The adjoining annexe offers the new buyer many options i.e. income potential as a holiday let, working from home /office, multigenerational living or simply as an extension in to the main home. It can be accessed independently and has an entrance lobby, two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and cloakroom.

Externally

The grounds of Brocklecrag are extensive, around 0.7 acres and every part of the garden enjoys a wonderful view of the Lakeland Mountain vista. There is ample parking for a number of vehicles, double garage, patio terraces, prefect for alfresco dining, lawns, pond and even some woodland, from which you can enjoy views across to the Dash Falls waterfall at the back of Skiddaw. To the rear there is a detached stone barn which is in disrepair but has further potential to create a studio/ancillary living accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents or simply for use as a workshop/storage.

Location

Brocklecrag sits in a standalone position and is accessed via 0.7 mile track up to the house. Uldale is a small village in the Lake District National Park and around 5 miles from Keswick and 8 miles from Cockermouth. Ideally located with excellent local amenities and walks on the doorstep. The magnificent Lakeland Fell of Skiddaw is close-by and the popular waterfall, Dash Falls is in view from the garden. The WHAT 3 WORDS for the location of the end of the lane are seriously.vampire.interlude then follow the lane, ensuring that the farm gates are closed behind you to the main house alienated.guises.channel

Services

Mains Water, Septic Tank Drainage Mains Electricity Oil Fired Central Heating Not Listed

EPC & Council Tax

EPC – TBC Council Tax Band - F

Disclaimer

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.

Uldale
Wigton CA7 1HL
County: Cumbria
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: DBE02607

P: 01768 881111
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