Croft Terrace, Braithwaite, Keswick


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A home as beautiful inside as the views outside! This delightful three-bedroom semi-detached house is ready to move into so that you can enjoy the dramatic surroundings in and around Braithwaite. The village sits below the fells of Barrow and Grizedale Pike at the bottom of the famous Whinlatter Pass, just a few minutes away from Keswick. This is a wonderful area for those who enjoy the great outdoors whilst benefiting from a great immediate community and amenities including the village primary school. The house has been tastefully decorated throughout in a modern style which will impress. The hallway leads to an open living space with a distinctive and well proportioned lounge to one side, with a good dining space and quality galley kitchen to the other. Upstairs there are three bedrooms all enjoying superb views and a recently refurbished shower room. Externally the front garden is large and private with potential to create off-street parking, and the rear garden has been sculptured into a low maintenance space which is ideal for a modern family. **THIS PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO A LOCAL OCCUPANCY CLAUSE**


The property is subject to a local occupancy clause which requires buyers to have lived or worked in the Lake District National Park. Requests for exemptions can be made through Home Housing where people live close to the boundary or have other connections to the Lake District. Please call the Cockermouth office for more information.


The property is entered via a composite door with two decorative glass panels which lead into:


1.69 x 1.36 (5'7 x 4'6 )

Radiator, coving to ceiling, telephone point, coat hanging space and space for small piece of furniture. Window with front aspect, uPVC double glazed and door leading into the family living area.


4.79 x 3.66 (15'9 x 12'0 )

Rear aspect uPVC double glazed window, radiator, coving to ceiling, coal effect gas fireplace with wooden surround. TV point, tasteful decor with wood effect laminate flooring which opens into the dining kitchen.


6.12 x 2.47 (20'1 x 8'1 )

Duel aspect room with light coming courtesy of front aspect uPVC double glazed window and rear aspect patio double doors. Coving to ceiling, natural dining space with cupboards above. Modern kitchen with wall and base units and complementary work surface in a galley style. Integrated ovens with gas hob and overhead extractor hob, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, radiator, under counter space with plumbing for washing machine and dish washer. Corner cupboard.


2.26 x 2.32 (7'5 x 7'7 )

Open landing with storage space, front aspect uPVC double glazed window, loft access point. The loft is fully boarded and insulated. Doors to the bedrooms and bathroom.


2.30 x 1.48 (7'7 x 4'10 )

Front aspect uPVC double glazed window with frosted panelling. Heated towel rail, vent Axia extractor fan. Recently refurbished shower room which has been completed to a high standard. Wide shower with contemporary wall covering, wide vanity unit with low level WC and wash basin. Tastefully panelled ceiling with inset spot lights.


3.50 x 3.66 max (11'6 x 12'0 max)

Rear aspect uPVC double glazed window with superb view to Barrow and Ullock Pike. Radiator, built in substantial double wardrobe. Coving to ceiling, pleasant double bedroom.


3.66 x 2.52 (12'0 x 8'3 )

Rear aspect uPVC double glazed window with continuation of views to the fells. Radiator and coving to ceiling.


2.74 x 2.56 (9'0 x 8'5 )

Front aspect uPVC double glazed window with view towards Skiddaw and the bottom of Grisedale Pike looking across the village towards the Royal Oak. Radiator, coving to ceiling.


A charming pathway to the property leading to the front door with a gate at the bottom of the path. A generous lawn with mature shrub surround. Continuation of pathway around the front of the property to the side access point. To the rear a continuation of the side access leads to a low maintenance attractive garden with artificial turf, decked area and substantial shed.


We have been advised by Allerdale Borough Council (01900 702530) that this property is placed in Tax Band C.


From Cockermouth head South on Lamplugh Road to the roundabout near Oakhurst. Take the first exit towards Keswick on the A66. Continue on the road for approximately 11 miles before taking the right hand turn sign posted to Braithwaite. The property can be found on the left hand side of the road opposite the bus shelter and tearooms.


To view this property, please contact us on 01900 829977.


Please note that all measurements have been taken using a laser tape measure which may be subject to a small margin of error. None of the appliances, heating system or fittings included within the sale have been tested or can be assumed to be in full working order. Purchasers are strongly advised to satisfy themselves by way of survey and their own enquiries. The brochure does not constitute a contract, part of a contract or warranty.


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