5 Church Street, Dalton-In-Furness

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
BEAUTIFUL & UNIQUE Grade II listed period residence with modern comforts, yet with a stately feel. Dating from the 1750's in Georgian style, with sympathetic décor and appealing original character features. There is off-road parking to the rear and a garage located opposite, and lovely mature and discreet gardens. Located on one of the prettiest streets in the market town of Dalton, and just a moment from a well-respected pub which serves great food, plus a stones throw from all other amenities. One of the towns' finest properties that must be viewed to be appreciated!

Approach

The approach is with the stone faced forecourt, lower stone wall with twin 'Stately' gates and circular pillars to each side of the timber painted wider front door.

Entrance Hall

extends to 7.30 (extends to 23'11 )

The entrance hall has appealing original features such as a cornice, part tiled flooring and Lynn Crusta to the lower walls. There is also a column radiator in grey and two double power points. The hallway provides access to the impressive Georgian spindled staircase. Independent doors lead to each of the reception rooms and the family kitchen.

Lounge

5.90 x 4.40 (19'4 x 14'5 )

Two lower level windows facing the front aspect. The focal point of the room is the substantial grey marble fire surround with an open fire and basket grate, mantle ledge and a slate hearth. The lounge has two column radiators, five double power points, a telephone point and a TV aerial with satellite feed. A most elegant room with feature Georgian recess to the wall with panelling and plaster architrave, cornice to he ceiling and good head height of 2.70m. William Morris style décor in pale shades.

Dining Room

5.60 x 4.10 (18'4 x 13'5 )

With a sash Bay window facing the front aspect with the lovely sandstone church opposite. Another impressive and well proportioned room with cornice and deeper skirting boards. There is also a double radiator with thermostat and three double power points. The room also benefits from having a super white marble fire surround to the open fire recess, a mantle ledge, inset black steel with arch and curved grate and a charcoal shade tiled hearth.

Reception Three

4.80 x 2.30 (15'8 x 7'6 )

Sash window facing the rear aspect. The room has appealing Lynn Cruston to the lower walls with paper above and cornice to the ceiling. There is also a double radiator with thermostat, four double power points and a TV aerial with satellite feed and a useful under stair cupboard with electric light. The room is partially open to the spindled stairs.

Conservatory

3.70 x 3.10 (12'1 x 10'2 )

With a lower wall, double glazed French doors, double glazed windows and a vaulted, double glazed ceiling - overall, of a classic Amdega style. A most valuable addition to the property with three power points and a central ceiling light. It also benefits from having lovely outlooks to the mature rear garden.

Family Kitchen

7.00 x 3.30 (22'11 x 10'9 )

Side facing UPVC double glazed window and painted timber double glazed French doors with ceiling windows above. The kitchen has been fitted with an excellent range of modern flat front walnut shade units with chrome effect handles, numerous upper plinth and pelmet lighting and bronze/metallic shaded work surfaces of granite quartz. There is an inset circular sink unit with a chrome mixer tap, a Siemens dual gas hob and wok burner, an integral Siemens single fan assisted oven with a grill, light and timer, recess/plumbing for a washing machine and a Siemens dishwasher. Two vertical grey radiators, ample chrome faced power points and a TV aerial with a satellite link. Larger limestone style porcelain tiled flooring and splashback. A lovely family kitchen with an integral 'key hole' shaped breakfast bar that could fit up to four people.

Stairway Details

The beautiful Georgian staircase leads from the entrance hall, with a return, to the first floor landing.

First Floor Landing

extends to 4.30 (extends to 14'1 )

With neutral decor shades and Lynn Crusta to the lower wall. There are wider, painted timber doors leading to three of the bedrooms and the shower room. Continuing stairs lead to the second floor.

Bedroom One

4.40 x 4.00 (14'5 x 13'1 )

The sash panel window faces the front aspect with super outlooks of the impressive sandstone church. The bedroom has a single radiator with thermostat, three double power points and cornice to the ceiling. There is also a lovely built in period style white marble fire surround with inset tiling and a blue slate hearth. An interconnecting door leads to the third bedroom.

Bedroom Two

4.20 x 4.20 (13'9 x 13'9 )

Twin sash windows facing the front aspect. Another well proportioned room with a single radiator, three double power points and décor of chalk white with a feature wall in pale grey.

Bedroom Three

3.20 x 3.60 (10'5 x 11'9 )

Sash paned rear facing windows, again, nicely private. The bedroom has an interconnecting door to bedroom one, a single radiator with thermostat, two double power points and a TV aerial.

Shower Room

4.20 x 1.90 (13'9 x 6'2 )

There is a modern contemporary style suite white with chrome fitments. The suite comprises of a low level dual flush WC, a twin 'D' shaped basin and a walk in shower with a thermostatic shower with both flexi track spray and a fixed 'rainfall' head. Travertine flooring in shades of beige and cream and marbling to the floor and walls. There is also a twin door airing cupboard with shelving and the insulated hot water tank and immersion heater.

The stairs continue to the second floor landing, where there are doors that provide access to the remaining two bedrooms and the family bathroom. The landing also provides access to the loft.

Bedroom Four

3.70 x 3.30 (12'1 x 10'9 )

Front facing sash window looking to the lovely sandstone church. Within the bedroom there is a single radiator, three double power points and a TV socket. Twin painted timber doors lead to a generous eaves cupboard/wardrobe with the gas Vaillant boiler.

Bedroom Five (The Master)

7.70 x 4.20 (25'3 x 13'9 )

Twin aspect sash window to the front and rear aspects. An impressive, generous bedroom with two radiators with thermostats, six chrome faced power points and two TV aerial sockets. Decor shades of duck egg with subtle floral motif, exposed inset wall and ceiling beams.

Family Bathroom

4.00 x 2.30 (13'1 x 7'6 )

With a panel window facing the rear garden. This is a modern and superior four piece suite comprising of a low level free stand bath with claw feet, a telephone mixer tap and a shower attachment, a low level dual flush WC and an oval wash basin with a mixer tap. There is also a glazed shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower with flexi track spray. White column radiator with a towel rail, lower wall tiling and period style Laura Ashley décor.

External

This period house enjoys a fabulous and generous rear garden. There is a lower terrace patio off the kitchen and steps to the twin area of garden. A patio area is also adjacent to the conservatory. The delightful gardens are well maintained with shaped lawns for recreation and privacy. There are also fully stocked borders, a seating area, integral hedging and numerous mature trees, bushes and shrubs. There is a greenhouse and a timber garden summerhouse with twin doors and electric supply with a circuit breaker. To the rear, there is off road parking and a block and timber workshop store (4.80m x 4.40), with twin timber doors and timber flooring and an electric connection.

Garage

5.90 x 3.80 (19'4 x 12'5 )

The garage is accessed from the front lane (adopted) across the neighbour's courtyard (Church House). It has flying freehold.

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