THIS impressive three-bedroom home on the market could be yours for £750,000.

9 Greenside, Kendal, is an impressive three-bedroom, two-bathroom stone and slate Victorian townhouse that enjoys the style and grandeur of the Victorian era with the many original features blending with 21st century comforts.

An exceptional house created from the centre portion of an imposing period residence with a 24’ drawing room, excellent dining hall with wood burning stove, fitted kitchen and a splendid 24’ studio located on the lower ground floor.

This interesting Victorian property built in 1868 and now sub-divided into four individual residences is situated on the south side of Greenside on the outskirts of The Market Town of Kendal and is approached from the Town Centre by way of Allhallows Lane and Beast Banks which run into Greenside.

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The entrance can be found on the left-hand side of the road just after Sunny Brow Nursery and is accessed via a private driveway. Parking is to the front of the detached garage opposite the entrance porch.

This attractive stone building with dressed limestone elevations and slated roof, was originally known as "Ghyll Close" built in 1868 for a local Quaker woollen merchant Charles Lloyd Braithwaite and his wife Sarah Wilson, the house was subsequently divided in later years into four substantial family homes.

The property boasts many interesting and attractive features with original fireplaces, stone mullion windows and neogothic arches, deep architraves and skirtings. Situated in one of Kendal’s very best residential areas this discreetly located house was originally the centre portion of this substantial and imposing period residence and has in recent years with a great deal of care and attention to detail been restored and updated creating a home that offers 21st century living in a period setting.

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At ground floor level those who view will step into the entrance porch which sets the scene for what comes next; a welcoming dining hall and the original 24′ drawing-room being the centrepiece, an excellent fitted working kitchen and cloakroom.

On the lower level is an amazing large studio room with natural light, and excellent storage areas, and on the first floor are the three double bedroom bedrooms, the house bathroom and a separate shower room.

The southerly aspect and distant views are a delight and there are landscaped gardens to both the front and rear, to complete the picture is a large detached garage and parking.

If you're interested in the property contact the team at Hackney & Leigh on 01539 729711.