Guide price £1,075,000 with Humberts

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NESTLED in the tranquil, unspoilt Lickle Valley, Cross Hawes has been painstakingly refurbished and extended to create the perfect Lake District retreat.

This timber-framed property at Broughton-in-Furness has been remodelled by local craftsmen with abundant use of oak and local stone, and is peacefully located in its one-acre plot.

Exceptional-quality fittings include bathrooms with Fired Earth shower, bath and tap fittings; floor tiles from Kendal supplier Pure Stone incorporating underfloor heating; and handmade sink units from Kendal artisan Woodmad.

In the bedrooms, oak flooring supplied by Carlisle-based Euroak complements the oak, ash and walnut found in feature lighting by designer Tom Raffield and handcrafted wooden furniture by Sebastian Cox (available by separate negotiation).

A large, spacious and modern living space, which makes the most of the breathtaking views, includes a fully equipped kitchen by German manufacturer Siematic, with handcrafted Bert & May tiles.

The living space is warmed by Designer Core Steel radiators and an AGA Dorrington wood-burning stove, and features a beautiful glass-fronted balcony, the perfect place for a G&T on a summer's evening. Outside, a wellness and yoga room features a Clearlight Sanctuary infra-red sauna, from which a stunning outlook can be enjoyed through the glass-fronted cabin.

An oak-frame garage incorporates a large laundry room where bikes and hiking gear can be stored, and the low-maintenance gardens offer large patios, well-established shrubs and trees.

Cross Hawes has a private water supply, septic tank, mains electric and is heated using a KWB biomass wood-pellet boiler.

Ten acres of historic woodland are available by separate negotiation, as are the contents of this fully furnished property.