Westfield House, Roweltown

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A superb four bed detached house beautifully located in a fine rural setting with big views and delightful private gardens of just under half an acre. Impressive living space including a wonderful garden room and generous first floor studio. Accessible for Carlisle and 20 minutes from the M6.

DETAILS

A superb four bed detached house beautifully located in a fine rural setting with big views and delightful private gardens of just under half an acre. Impressive living space including a wonderful garden room and generous first floor studio. 

APPROXIMATE DISTANCES IN MILES Pentonbridge Inn 4.4 Longtown 8.5 M6 J44 11.9 Central Carlisle - mainline station 14.8 Brampton 10.2 Lake District National Park - Caldbeck 29.3, Ullswater 38.5 Newcastle International Airport 56.4 

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY Entrance porch Sitting room Dining room Generous garden room Fitted kitchen Rear lobby Bathroom Inner hall access to workshop, store and second stairs to large studio/living room/home office Main landing Three double bedrooms Single bedroom Shower room Stone outbuilding comprising laundry and utility rooms Large garden Good parking Vegetable plots Orchard Polytunnel Timber shed Council Tax Band - C Energy Performance Rating has been completed and will be available shortly Mains water and electricity Private drainage LPG central heating Freehold 

LOCATION The property is beautifully set amongst attractive undulating countryside just five miles from Liddel Water and the border with Scotland. The peace and tranquillity of the area is superb and yet not isolated being just 20 minutes by car from Brampton and 25 minutes from Carlisle. Brampton has an excellent range of local amenities including a Cranstons Food Hall, CoOp and William Howard Secondary School. The regional centre Carlisle provides a comprehensive range of social, leisure and retail opportunities plus it is on the Westcoast Mainline for London in around three hours twenty minutes. There are direct services to Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham and cross country to Edinburgh. Closer to hand and 14 minutes by car is the market town of Longtown which has a convenience store along with a variety of shops and services. Our region's areas of natural and historic interest are within an easy driving distance and include Hadrian's Wall Path- National Trail, the Lake District and Eden Valley. The M6 at J44 is 20 minutes by car. 

DESCRIPTION Westfield House is delightful dwelling providing attractively presented and well appointed accommodation which has been considerably improved whilst retaining period character. The pale sandstone elevations have been exposed to great effect and this along with other works have been done with an eye for detail and quality. This is a very liveable home with beautiful spaces to relax or entertain family and friends in. The circulation space is excellent. The entrance porch bears the date stone 1829 and sets the tone for the property. The sitting room is a charming space with a wood burning stove for cosy nights in. Book shelves have been cleverly constructed within the understairs recess. The dining room also has a fireplace with a wood burning stove and from here glazed French doors open into the wonderful south facing garden room. This is a generous and appealing space with extensive glazing providing a very pleasant and private aspect to the garden.  

The fitted kitchen has bespoke oak units with windows to the courtyard. Doors access the dining room and the spacious rear lobby. A modern bathroom provides an excellent amenity and creates, if desired, the possibility of converting the sitting room into a bedroom. On the first floor and with the benefit of its own access is a wonderful light filled contemporary room with high ceiling and exposed beams. This is an excellent space for young and old to relax or work in. The main staircase leads to the first floor landing which accesses the four bedrooms and a shower room. 

OUTSIDE The gardens are a wonderful asset being beautifully maintained and at 0.4 of an acre are generous in size. They provide interest with a variety of planting including an orchard with cherry, pear and apple trees. The garden has a very productive element in the form of raised beds and a polytunnel. The views from this area of the garden are outstanding. A stone outbuilding has been improved to provide a good laundry and a separate pantry/utility room. The outbuilding forms part of the walled courtyard and an area of decking provides a great space for alfresco entertaining. On the other side of the courtyard a parking area has been created with space for several cars. 

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