Reception Rooms: 2
Built around 30 years ago Larchways is a stone faced modern built property being well insulated, beautifully presented with high quality fittings throughout, this village home with well proportioned three bedroom, two bathroom accommodation, the highlight of which is a fabulous breakfast kitchen and dayroom extension taking in the 180 degree views of the valley. There is good parking for 3-4 vehicles, neat landscaping around the property and a sheltered terrace at the rear which enjoys lovely views across the valley. This beautifully finished home would suit either a family or couple looking for a easily manageable permanent home in a stunning village location.
Troutbeck conservation village is a sought after location in the Lake District National Park, only a few miles from the busy village of Windermere and popular town of Ambleside. Amongst the stunning scenery of this picturesque valley Larchways looks out across fields to Garburn, Ill Bell and the surrounding fells and has two local pubs, local post office/shop/cafe all just a short stroll away.
Directions From the centre of the village and post office, continue for approximately half a mile and Larchways is on the right just before a large roadside barn.
Accommodation Stone built entrance porch opens into a generous reception hall with oak floor and under stairs cupboard.
Cloakroom Finished with a tiled floor and fitted with WC, vanity wash basin on cabinet and chrome towel radiator.
Lounge 20’3 x 12′ (6.2m x 3.7m) A pleasant bright room with windows to front both and rear. Open fire grate in stone surround and marble hearth.
Open Plan Kitchen, Dining and Day Room 22’6 x 9’10 (6.9m x 3m) / 13′ x 9’11 (4m x 3m ) A fabulous modern space developed around five years ago with high quality finishes and an exceptional design making the most of the views over the valley. There is space for a dining or breakfast table, comfortable sitting area and a very well planned and equipped kitchen space fitted by Webbs of Kendal. Modern cabinets incorporate double oven, fridge, freezer, inset sink unit, dishwasher, wine fried, dual fuel hob and hood. The room has a vaulted design, under floor heating to the tiled floor and French windows opening onto the patio.
Study/Utiltiy 13’9 x 9’10 (4.2m x 3m) A useful office or hobby room at the rear of the house together with utility space, worktops, plumbing for washing machine, corner desk and shelving.
Bedroom One 16’1 x 9’11 (5m x 3m ) Attractive double bedroom with views across the valley, and built-in bedroom furniture including wardrobes, cabinets and shelving.
En-Suite Shower Room Finished with tiled floor and providing walk-in shower cabinet, pedestal wash basin and WC. Chrome towel radiator.
Bedroom Two 12’1 x 9’11 (3.7m x 3m) Double bedroom at the front of the house with an excellent view up Troutbeck Valley.
Bedroom Three 16’1 x 9’11 (3.7m x 3m) A comfortable third double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and sliding doors.
Shower Room Contemporary style suite with top quality fittings comprising a large walk-in shower with twin showerheads, vanity wash basin with cabinet and granite detail, WC and chrome towel radiator. Under floor heating to tile floor. Built-in airing cupboard with pressurised hot water cylinder.
Outside Gated driveway with parking for three or four vehicles. There is separate under housing storage to the rear of the property and the small but neat garden areas are landscaped with a level stone patio terrace at the rear to take in the spectacular views.
Services Mains water and electricity. Shared drainage to septic tank. Oil fired central heating. Bottled calor gas for kitchen hob.
Tenure Freehold. Larchways is subject to a condition relating to occupancy of the dwelling; The dwellinghouse shall not be used as a second or holiday home. For the purposes of this condition, use as a second or holiday home means use as sleeping accommodation by the rateable occupier or any other person authorised by him at a time when the rateable occupier has a residential address other than at the dwellinghouse, and habitually uses that other address for sleeping accommodation for more than half of any year or otherwise treats that other address as his main residence.
Council Tax Band H