Guide Price £1,500,000
- Grade II listed detached country house
- Currently a successful luxurious holiday cottage
- Further barn/outbuildings to be converted into flexible use (STP)
- Beautiful open plan modern and contemporary dining kitchen
- Two reception rooms
- Utility room
- Four double bedrooms
- Two en-suite shower rooms
- Stylish family bathroom
- Detached barn ideal to be converted into a home office, garage or even a holiday let (STP)
- Lake District National Park location
- House and barns sit on an extensive plot with river frontage, surrounded by stunning fell views
- Lovely gardens to the front and rear, bordered by established trees and shrubs
- A gated gravel parking area with space for 2/3 vehicles
- Terraced areas to sit and enjoy the afternoon and evening sunshine
- Option to purchase upto around 10 further acres of adjacent land, via separate negotiation.
- Lake District National Park location
Occupying an elevated position and surrounded by the spectacular and dramatic landscape of the Lake District National Park, Little Braithwaite is a luxurious four-bedroom Grade II Listed country house. It has been used as a successful holiday let for a number of years and boasts stunning views to Skiddaw and the Lakeland mountains. It also has a significant sized detached barn, outbuildings and river frontage, perfect if you are looking for a Lakeland home with further development potential (STP). There is also the option to purchase up to 10 acres of adjacent land via separate negotiation.
The house itself has been completely refurbished and is presented to an exemplary standard throughout. Internally the rooms are warm and welcoming with a beautiful open plan dining kitchen with modern island unit, two reception rooms, four double bedrooms, two with ensuites, a stylish family bathroom and utility room. Externally, the views from the garden are breath-taking and with a number of terraces to sit and enjoy the sunshine, this is the perfect retreat. In the garden to the rear there is also a detached barn, ideal if you are looking for conversion into a garage, home office or holiday let and below the house is a large barn which extends down to the river and has further flexible use options, maybe as holiday lets or hospitality, all subject to the necessary planning consents.
Located on the edge of Braithwaite village which is an active village community with 3 village pubs and a local shop. The vibrant market town of Keswick is only around 3 miles away, with an array of amenities, schools, shops, restaurants and a theatre.
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A large wooden entrance door having a glazed panel leads through into the inner hallway where there is a box fitted above the door which is housing the electric consumer unit, wooden oak flooring, traditional style radiator, a large sweeping corner staircase leading up to the first floor with an under stairs storage cupboard and doorways leading through into two reception rooms and through into the open plan dining kitchen.
A wonderful lounge space having a large sash window to the front aspect, skimmed ceiling, ceiling light, oak flooring, a traditional style radiator and a feature fireplace with a lakeland slate hearth and lintel inset with a wood burning stove.
Fitted with a beamed ceiling, LED spotlights, sash windows to the rear aspect, traditional style radiator and oak flooring.
Open Plan Dining Kitchen
The kitchen area is traditional yet modern and contemporary in style fitted with a range of wooden shaker style wall and base units, complementary work surfaces over, 1.5 stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap and an impressive and sociable island unit with built in storage cupboards and seating area around. Integrated raised double oven, five ceramic hob and a dishwasher. Dual aspect windows to the side and to the rear aspect overlooking the garden, vertical radiator, space for a fridge/freezer and oak flooring. The dining room area is fitted with a beamed ceiling, pendant ceiling lights over the dining table, a large sash window to the front aspect, oak flooring and two vertical radiators.
Fitted with part glazed doorway leading out to the rear of the property, tiled floor and door into the utility room
Fitted with a window to the rear aspect, a range of cream shaker style base units with complementary work surface over, sink with chrome mixer tap over, space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and a fridge, tiled flooring, double storage cupboard housing the Worcester gas boiler and is used for storage.
First Floor Landing
Carpeted staircase leads up to the first floor landing having a turn in the stairs with a feature window with wooden window paneling and a white painted wooden balustrade onto a bright and airy landing. The landing has a radiator and doorways leading through into the four bedrooms and through into the family bathroom.
A large double room fitted with a wooden sash window to the rear aspect, skimmed ceiling, ceiling light, radiator, carpeted flooring and a doorway leading thorough into the en-suite shower room.
En-Suite Shower Room
A modern and contemporary shower room fitted with a walk-in shower with complementary tiling, wash hand basin in modern vanity unit, low level WC, wall mounted heated towel rail, wooden sash window to the side aspect and wooden effect flooring.
A large double bedroom having a skimmed ceiling, ceiling light, large sash window to the front aspect, loft hatch access, radiator, carpeted floor and a doorway leading through into the en-suite shower room.
En-Suite Shower Room
A luxurious ensuite with modern and contemporary tiles, LED lighting, low-level WC, wash hand basin and a walk-in corner shower.
A good size room fitted with a low-level WC, wash hand basin and a bath with shower over a glass screen and complementary tiling. Large window overlooking the front aspect and out towards Latrigg, wooden effect flooring and LED lighting.
A large double room with a sash window to the front aspect and towards Swinside Fell, ceiling light, radiator and carpeted flooring.
A double room currently used as a twin having a sash window to the rear aspect, ceiling light, radiator and a carpeted floor.
Externally, the house and barns sit on an extensive plot with river frontage, surrounded by stunning fell views. The main house has lovely gardens to the front and rear, bordered by established trees and shrubs. To the front, this is mainly laid to lawn with gravel footpath approaching the front door and superb views of Skiddaw. To the side there is a gated gravel parking area with space for 2/3 vehicles and then to the rear, the garden is low maintenance with a grass bank and terrace area, perfect to enjoy the afternoon sunshine and the far reaching mountain views. To the front of the barn, the land extends down to the Newlands Beck and along to the car parking area. There is the option to purchase upto around 10 further acres of adjacent land, via separate negotiation.
Large Detached Barn
Sitting below the house is a large detached two story barn. Previously used for agricultural use, this has further development potential, subject to planning consents .
Within the rear garden of the house, there is a detached barn with wooden double doors which, subject to planning, would be perfect for a garage, home office or for further accommodation (STP). There are two small outbuildings to the side of the garden.
Mains Water, Septic Tank Drainage and Electricity Oil Central Heating A public footpath runs between the house and the large detached barn
EPC & Council Tax Band
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Keswick CA12 5SY