Longdyke Cottages, Castle Carrock, Brampton

£185,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
FULL PLANNING PERMISSION for extension to create a three bedroom property, with two reception rooms and large sunroom. Large garden (c.800sq metres / 0.2 acres). Detached garage. Part finished - requiring fitting of kitchen and utility and building of additional two bedroom extension.

DETAILS

FULL PLANNING PERMISSION for extension to create a three bedroom property, with two reception rooms and large sunroom. Large garden (c.800sq metres / 0.2 acres). Detached garage. Part finished - requiring fitting of kitchen and utility and building of additional two bedroom extension.  

APPROXIMATE DISTANCES IN MILES Castle Carrock 1.5 Brampton 4.3 M6 motorway 7.7 Carlisle 10 Newcastle International Airport 50 

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY Entrance porch breakfast kitchen utility W.C. dining room living room double bedroom bathroom planning to create an additional two bedrooms and sun room extension detached garage driveway parking large garden to the rear air source heat pump EPC rating D 

LOCATON Situated just over a mile from the centre of the village of Castle Carrock the property retains a lovely rural feel yet remains readily accessible for the main road network and the amenities of Castle Carrock, Brampton and Carlisle. Situated on the western fringe of the North Pennines AONB the property is on the doorstep of picturesque countryside and has wonderful views to Carrock Fell from the rear. The village of Castle Carrock is an active community and benefits from a good Public House. Brampton is a popular market town which also has an excellent range of amenities. Carlisle, the region's capital, has a superb range of social, leisure and retail opportunities. There is an attractive central pedestrianised area and an impressive cathedral and castle. The city benefits from being on the West Coast Mainline which provides fast and frequent services to London from 3 hours 19 minutes and non-stop to Glasgow. The city's central railway station serves many other destinations including the Lake District, West Cumbria, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Manchester, Manchester Airport and Birmingham.  

ACCOMMODATION The property is currently configured as a one bedroom property and requires finishing in part including floor coverings to the ground floor and the kitchen/utility. The property currently has full planning permission (Carlisle City Council reference 17/1061) for the addition of two further bedrooms above the kitchen and a substantial sun room to the rear of the property which would create a substantial three bedroom cottage with three reception rooms. The standard of finish to those rooms which are complete is excellent, with a subtle mix of contemporary and more period styles. Stone sills are present in most of the rooms and the living room has a large stove within a feature fireplace. The dining room has double doors to the rear, which would form the access in to the rear sun room extension. The kitchen, whilst requiring finishing is an ample space and could also be casually dined in if desired. A useful space has also been left for a utility room. To the first floor the current double bedroom is ample and has a recessed area for hanging clothes. The bathroom, with both a shower and freestanding bath which has been positioned to take full advantage of the superb view from the front of the property is beautifully finished and spacious. The landing has some built in storage and would then form the access to the two further bedrooms if they were added by the buyer. Externally there is a paved driveway and a detached single garage with light and power. The real highlight of the property however is the ample rear garden, which extends to approximately 0.2 acres and has a wonderful aspect up the Fell.  

SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Air source heat pump. Double glazing.  

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01228 810300

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