Reception Rooms: 1
There has been a Chapel on the site of St Anne’s since 1550, with the present building replacing a wooden structure in 1812. In 1854 the newly built and much larger St Mary’s became the Parish Church and St Anne’s was subsequently developed by a local builder in the 1980’s creating five highly popular dwellings. The building was interestingly and sympathetically renovated for which it received an award from the Civic Trust. Number 4 is a beautifully presented and generously proportioned three bedroom property spread over three floors including a highly versatile additional attic room presently used for storage/utility/cloaks room. The present owners have upgraded the property to a high specification and presented it immaculately throughout, however the property would be equally suitable as either a holiday let, second home or permanent residence. Enjoying attractive fell and country views from the upper floors.
St Anne’s Court is within the older part of Ambleside known as Chapel Hill and How Head, designated as part of the Conservation Area. It is conveniently positioned close to the centre of this highly popular Lakeland town, with all amenities close at hand including shops, banks, post office, restaurants, doctors etc. There are endless fell and country walks from the door step.
Directions From the centre of the village head north out of the one way system on Rydal Road past the Bridge House, turn right at the mini roundabout sign posted Kirkstone. Continue up the hill and after approximately 200 yards St Anne’s Court can be seen on the right.
Front stable door leading to:
Kitchen/Diner 15′ x 12’9" (4.6m x 3.9m) An immaculately presented and generously proportioned room with a modern selection of wall and base units and worktop with one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit and mixer tap. Four ring induction hob with double electric oven. Integrated appliances include dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer. Built in microwave with under unit lighting. Part wall tiled with extractor. Concealed Worcester boiler and gas meter.
Living Room 17’7" x 12’8" (5.4m x 3.9m) A generously proportioned room with patio doors and garden views. Spacious understair cupboard providing useful storage facility. TV and telephone point.
First Floor Landing leading to:
Rear Bedroom One 14’3" x 12’8" (4.3m x 3.9m) An excellent double bedroom with bespoke window seat and arched window. Attractive country views towards Wansfell Pike. TV point.
Front Bedroom Two 12’9" x 10′ (3.9m x 3m) A good sized double bedroom with feature arched windows and views towards Loughrigg, Fairfield and Red Screes. TV point.
Bathroom Quality fitted contemporary bathroom comprising of duo bathroom with electric shower over, vanity wash hand basin and WC. Fully wall tiled with extractor. Heated towel rail and electric light/mirror.
Second Floor Landing with loft hatch.
Rear Bedroom Three 14’1" x 12’6" (4.3m x 3.8m) Spacious double room with Velux window. Exposed beam and built in wardrobe over the stairs.
Attic Bedroom 12’5" x 11’6" (3.8m x 3.5m) Excellent storage facility with built in bench. Pedestal wash hand basin and WC with exposed beams.
Outside The property benefits from a private designated parking space with a shared drive and a small seating area outside the patio door. Presently each dwelling within St Anne’s Court contributes towards some of the maintenance to the grounds approximately £60pa.
Tenure Freehold. Vacant possession on completion.
Services All mains services connected. Gas central heating.
Council Tax Band D