Orton, Penrith
Guide price £699,500

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Property Description

  • Stunning Standalone Position
  • Incredible Views
  • 4 bedroom home
  • Extended in 2013 to add a garden room
  • Over 2100 Sq ft of Living Accommodation
  • Two stylish bathrooms
  • Gated Driveway and Ample Parking
  • Work shop and Additional Garage
  • Excellent transport links and village community
  • Close to Yorkshire Dales National Parl

This is a charming 4-bedroom mill cottage located on the edge of the picturesque village of Orton with over 2100sq.ft of accommodation including a stunning garden room and outstanding views across open countryside, in a standalone position.

Don't miss the opportunity to own a piece of history in this idyllic setting. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and discover the endless possibilities that this charming period house has to offer.

Dating back to 1700's and extended in 2013, this four-bedroom wonderful home exudes character and history combined with stylish modern spaces, offering an idyllic lifestyle and opportunity for its new owners. It was extended in 2013 with the addition of a superb garden room with full width bi-fold doors onto the elevated decked balcony and now having over 2100 sq ft of living accommodation, this home provides ample space for comfortable living with its standalone position ensuring privacy and tranquillity, allowing you to enjoy the stunning views of Chapel Beck and the uninterrupted countryside that surrounds the area.

Internally on the ground floor there is a wonderful traditional dining kitchen, dining room, lounge, garden room with wood burning stove, utility room, boot room, WC, and pantry. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms; two with ensuite shower rooms, the master bedroom having a vaulted ceiling and a family bathroom. All the windows in the home frame the views out across the open countryside to the fells.
Whether you are a nature enthusiast looking to explore the nearby Yorkshire Dales National Park or simply seeking a peaceful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of town life, this house offers the perfect blend of convenience and serenity.
** Strictly by appointment only **

KITCHEN DINER
Part glazed wooden front door opens into a large kitchen diner having a traditional farmhouse style feel fitted with a range of cream shaker style cabinets with a granite work surface over and a under mounted 1.5 sink with stainless-steel mixer tap over. A large Range cooker built into a chimney breast with a tiled splash back, integrated low-level fridge and an integrated dishwasher. Double-glazed window overlooking the rear garden towards the far-reaching countryside, wooden ceiling, spotlights, wall lights, a stone flagged floor, window overlooking the rear cottage style garden, space for a dining area and a built-in storage cupboard. Doors opening into the dining room, sunroom and access to the staircase leading up to the first floor with a WC beneath.

GARDEN ROOM
A fabulous extension completed in 2013 having a Scandinavian feel, a perfect garden room to enjoy the garden in the summer months but is as equally enjoyable and cosy in the winter months. The sunroom is fitted with a set of full width bi-fold doors opening out onto the rear decked terrace, feature wood burning stove sitting on a marble hearth, spotlights, dual aspect windows overlooking the rear garden, an oak floor and a door opening into a utility room.

UTILITY ROOM
Space for white goods, a range of wall and base units with a wooden work surface over, shelving units and a built-in sink. Space for white goods, space for a tall freestanding fridge/freezer, and doors opening out into the front garden, a door opening into a pantry cupboard and a door opening into a boot room.

BOOT ROOM
Housing for the hot water cylinder, small window looking out to the side aspect, shelving, tiled flooring and space for boots and coats hanging.

DINING ROOM
Beamed ceiling, double-glazed window overlooking the front of the property, radiator, dado rail, central ceiling light, wall lighting, wooden corner units which houses the meter, a stone flagged floor and a part glazed panelled door opening into the sitting room.

SITTING ROOM
A large room which spans the whole depth of the property, triple aspect windows overlooking both gardens and towards the far-reaching countryside to the fells, wooden beamed ceiling, wall lighting, central fireplace with a wooden lintel and a tiled hearth, radiator, a number of alcove shelving and a carpeted floor.

WC
Positioned under the staircase fitted with a low-level WC, circular wash hand basin sitting on a tiled window ledge with a double-glazed window overlooking the rear garden with storage space beneath, wall lighting, radiator, tiled flooring and a door opening to a storage cupboard.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
A split staircase, heading to the left-hand side is a storage cupboard and bedroom one, and on the right side there is a window which overlooks the garden and across to Chapel Beck towards the far-reaching fells, carpeted floor, a wooden balustrade, three further bedrooms and the family bathroom.

BEDROOM ONE
A great size double bedroom having dual aspect windows overlooking the front and to the side of the property with superb views towards the fells, ceiling light, loft hatch access, radiator, a carpeted floor, and a door opening into the ensuite shower room.

ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
Walk-in shower with a glass shower screen tiled splash back and a rainfall shower attachment, low-level WC with a concealed cistern built into a vanity unit with a mirrored cupboard above and a wash hand basin built into a vanity unit with a mirrored cupboard above. Double-glazed window overlooking the rear of the property, wall mounted heated towel rail, radiator, and a tiled floor.

BEDROOM TWO
A great size double bedroom having a window overlooking the front garden, a central ceiling light, radiator, and a carpeted floor.

BEDROOM THREE
Currently used as an office having a beamed ceiling, window overlooking the front of the property, central ceiling light, radiator, and a carpeted floor.

FAMILY BATHROOM
Fitted with a modern and stylish white and black bathroom suite having an L-shaped bath with a glass shower screen, low-level WC, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, wall mounted heated towel rail, a large window overlooking the garden space with a deep window seat, spotlights, a beamed ceiling, black shower boarding, and the room is partly tiled with a lino floor.

BEDROOM FOUR
A stunning master bedroom suite with a beautiful, vaulted ceiling with beams, dual aspect windows looking out to the front and to the side aspect, a set of storage cupboards used for wardrobes, a radiator, carpeted floor and a door opening into the ensuite shower room.

ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
A modern and stylish bathroom suite having a walk-in shower with a glass shower screen, tiled splash back, WC with a concealed cistern built into a grey gloss cabinet with a complementary worksurface over, wash hand basin with mixer tap and a tiled splash back and a wall mounted mirrored vanity unit over. Velux style window, a wall mounted heated towel rail, LED lighting and a tiled floor.

EXTERNALLY
Externally this home enjoys superb gardens to the side, front and rear. Approached by a gated driveway which leads to a large parking area, kitchen garden and to the garage and workshop with mezzanine floor. There is ample space for wood stores and further parking for a number of vehicles. There is a beautiful terraced, cottage style garden to the front which is filled with established flower beds and shrubs. To the side, a sheltered terrace is the ideal place for alfresco dining and to the rear there is an extensive garden which borders Chapel Beck. Complete with an area of woodland, pond, established shrubs and lawns, the rear garden is very private and enjoys uninterrupted views of the open countryside and the surrounding fields.

LOCATION
Alfred Wainwright described Orton as one of the loveliest of Westmorland villages and it is part of The Yorkshire Dales National Park. The village is well positioned for access to the M6 less than 1.5 miles, junction 38 and is almost equi-distant some 15 miles Penrith to the north and Kendal to the south. Orton is fortunate in having retained numerous local amenities now lost to many rural communities these include shop post office/shop, a cafe, Kennedys famous chocolate factory, the George Hotel and Inn and a primary school.

SERVICES & PROPERTY INFORMATION
Mains water, and electricity
Oil Central Heating - the boiler was replaced in 2021
Partial underfloor heating in kitchen
Septic Tank Drainage
Fibre Broadband

Note:A public footpath - reference 355029 - crosses the driveway of the property.

EPC & COUNCIL TAX BAND
EPC -
Council tax - D

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.

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Orton
Penrith, Cumbria CA10 3RE
County: Cumbria
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 33104172
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