The Stables, Peasholmes Lane, Near Rampside

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Immerse yourself in a tranquil and quintessential country setting. This well proportioned and characterful barn conversion boasts a wealth of character. From exposed beams to the wood burning stove your attention will be caught by point of interest at every turn. A generous conservatory overlooks the sprawling rear gardens. A unique aspect to this home is the development potential. A detached barn which is currently used as a triple garage and workshop has been granted planning permission for conversion to a three bedroom detached bungalow. The home is also just a short walk to the picturesque beaches of Morecambe Bay and although situated in a secluded rural setting you will be surprised at the close proximity to the local town which provides many amenities and is the home of major employer, BAE Systems. Don't miss the chance to experience the tasteful combination of modern finishes and original features this property has to offer.

Upon approaching the home which is located on a quiet country lane close to the popular Coast Road you will be instantly taken with the character. What appears to be a quaint cottage will be sure to surprise those who venture inside. The property is constructed of local stone and benefits from a gated front garden. Ivy climbs the walls providing a softness and somewhat 'chocolate box' aesthetic. The composite front door leads to the entrance hall.

Internally, an entrance hall flows in to the kitchen diner which is the first of many areas to demonstrate the impressive quality on offer. The kitchen has been fitted with a good range of cashmere shade in-frame shaker style wall, base and larder cabinets with breakfast bar and display dresser. Complimented by granite effect laminate worktops and stacked stone backsplash. Integrated appliances include a four ring induction hob, microwave, single oven, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The comprehensive lighting includes floor level, under cupboard and recessed spotlighting. The room is laid out in an 'L' shape with space for a breakfast table.

The lounge is a dual aspect room with exposed oak beams which draw the eye through the French doors to the garden. The central feature of the room is stone built inglenook fireplace with solid timber mantle and wood burning stove. The room has been decorated in a light and airy colour scheme with oak flooring. The pitched roof conservatory can be accessed from the lounge and the kitchen-diner and is impressive proportions. with areas for seating and casual dining.

To the first floor you will find three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The Master bedroom benefits from two skylight windows as well as dual aspect windows taking in the countryside views. The vaulted ceiling is a striking feature of the room with wood beams within the walls and ceiling. The décor is tastefully executed with neutral tones and plush carpeting. A truly relaxing retreat after a long day. The second and third bedrooms are both of good sizes with asymmetric vaulted ceilings and skylight windows in addition to traditional windows. The family bathroom comprises a four piece suite with bath, cubicle shower, sink and close couple WC with skylight window and part tiling to the walls.

From the conservatory a wrap around patio provides ample space to enjoy outdoor living with an easy flow to the house. Steps ascend to the garden which is mostly laid with lawn and also provides additional seating areas and pathways. Mature shrubberies and trees surround the garden and increase the sense of privacy. A loose slate pathway meanders through the lawn, passing the vegetable garden and through in to the second lawn which also boasts a patio and orchard with various fruit trees. The garden is a truly immersive space and has been impeccably maintained whilst also offering the opportunity to be further personalised and cultivated as the new owner wishes. The driveway is situated across from the house and has space for three vehicles.

The detached barn is currently used as a triple garage with utility room, shower room and spacious driveway. Planning permission has been granted for change of use to a three bedroom detached bungalow barn conversion, making this an exceptional and enticing opportunity. Planning permission B13/2023/0520


Entrance Hallway


3.53 x 5.44 (11'6 x 17'10 )


5.42 max x 5.45 max (17'9 max x 17'10 max )

Integrated fridge freezer, microwave m int dishwasher, 4 ring induction hob, breakfast bar


6.10 x 3.87 (20'0 x 12'8 )

Under floor heating zoned

Master Bedroom

3.53 x 5.97 max (11'6 x 19'7 max )

Velux roof lights with electric opening dual aspect windows , with views oak beams

Bedroom Two

2.82 x 4.73 (9'3 x 15'6 )

Bedroom Three

2.99 x 3.10 (9'9 x 10'2 )

Family Bathroom

2.35 x 2.06 max (7'8 x 6'9 max )

Four piece with bath, wc basin and shower enc complimentary tiling to floor and ceiling


Garage One

6.21 x 3.76 (20'4 x 12'4 )

Garage Two & Three

6.49 x 6.38 (21'3 x 20'11 )

Utility Room

2.82 x 4.77 (9'3 x 15'7 )

Shower Room

2.83 x 1.28 (9'3 x 4'2 )

01229 825333

Corrie and Co Ltd - Barrow

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