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Low Park Farm, Low Park Lane, Endmoor, LA8 0EH
Guide Price £575,000 Fine & Country Property
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Type: Characterful family home
Reception Rooms: 4

Property Details

This deceptively spacious, characterful family home boasts flexible living accommodation, 4/5 bedrooms and a super 1 bedroom annexe, all set within delightful grounds in the popular village of Endmoor. The main portion of this wonderful home is filled with 16th Century features and is believed to have been a former Quaker house.  Charming exposed beams, original spice cabinet, salt cellar built into the internal walls and original doors create a unique and very desirable home. Set out over two floors, the ground floor enjoys a semi open plan reception space with large living room and dining room,  a versatile snug room to the rear of the property along with a super farmhouse kitchen, utility and boot room. The first floor has a split level landing that leads to a magnificent master suite with dressing room, and three further double bedrooms, one of which is en-suite and also has an adaptable single room attached, and a house bathroom.  Also on this floor is access to the purpose built office which is fully fitted with quality desks and shelving and also benefits from separate access from the shared ground floor entrance of Drumlins. Drumlins is the super ground floor, one bedroom annexe that is ideal for a dependent relative or indeed as is presently utilised, for creating additional income as a holiday let. Situated on a quiet country lane in a beautiful countryside setting, this property also enjoys fantastic country walks from the doorstep, via a network of footpaths. There are extensive gardens and grounds  to the front of the rear of the property presenting so much opportunity for enjoying an outdoor lifestyle. Ample parking and a super double garage, large garden store, two stables and a workshop also add great benefit.

Equidistant between the Lake District National Park and the Yorkshire Dales National Park, and situated just South of the bustling market town of Kendal, Low Park Farm enjoys excellent accessibility with M6 J36 being less than 5 miles away and Oxenholme Station and the West Coast Mainline being less than a ten minute drive.  A really super location for all the family, there is a good School in the Village and the property is in the catchment are for both QES and Dallam. Kendal itself is a wonderful town, steeped in history and with an excellent selection of every day amenities, and opportunities for culture, learning and sport.

Accommodation This delightful semi-detached property is approached across the large, shared drive. Traditional stone entrance porch with slate seats leading into an attractive living room with plenty of character including a beamed ceiling and an excellent multi fuel stove recessed into a stone fire surround.

Sitting/Dining Room 30’11 x 16’10 (9.43 x 5.14) There is an open plan arrangement to the dining room which is another reception room and also has exposed beams, evidence of the original priest hole and the original front door snaplock, believed to be 16th century, is a feature of the dining area.

Snug/Music Room 8’10 x 8’10 (2.70m x 2.70m) Off the living room to the rear of the farmhouse is a versatile Snug or Reading Room.

Breakfast Kitchen 15’8 x 11’10 (4.78m x 3.60m) This is a spacious bright room, which was refitted in 2004, with an excellent range of high quality cabinets and equipment and finished with granite work tops. There is plenty of space for a breakfast or dining table and the fittings incorporate a dishwasher, dresser and 4 oven gas AGA.

Boot Room With access from the front of the property and into the kitchen, this is the ideal place for muddy boots. Fitted with a range of wall and base units, with space for additional white goods, if required.

Utility Room 12’7 x 7’9 (3.83m x 2.37m) Immediately adjacent to the kitchen, a spacious utility room with entrance to the back, Kitchen garden. This is fitted with a range of cupboards, plumbing for a washing machine, sink unit and wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler. Separate W.C.

First Floor The split level landing on the 1st floor looks over the rear garden and fields and retains the original beams, oak doors and lath & plaster walls. There is access to the front roof space.

Bedroom 2 12’0 x 11’11 (3.65m x 3.39m)

Bedroom 3 19’6 x 10’5 (5.94m x 3.17m) Two generous double bedrooms at the front of the house, each having two windows overlooking the courtyard and pretty front garden.

Bedroom 4 15’8 x 11’11 (4.78m x 3.63m) This is a large double bedroom, to the rear of the house, overlooking the back garden and fields beyond, and benefits from an additional, adaptable room, as detailed below.

Leading off Bedroom 4 is a Dressing room or nursery bedroom

10’1 x 6’10 (3.08m x 2.09m) Fantastically useful, with a wide range of options for use. Fitted cupboards and access to rear loft via a ladder, together with an en-suite shower room comprising of an attractive corner shower cabinet with power shower, W.C. and vanity wash basin in a pine wash stand.

Family Bathroom This is fitted with attractive suite providing spa bath with power shower above, pedestal wash hand basin and W.C. Built in cylinder cupboard. Shaver point

Master Bedroom Suite 17’5 x 13’0 (5.32m x 3.95m) This is a lovely, large, bright main bedroom, with windows at front and rear of the property and a beamed ceiling, and fitted book shelving.

En-suite bathroom Fitted with a quality suite providing corner panelled bath with power shower over, W.C. bidet and pedestal wash basin. It also has a shelved and heated linen cupboard, shaver point and dual electric/central heating towel rail.

Leading off the bedroom is a good sized dressing room with large built in wardrobe.

Office suite 18’6 x 11’0 (5.64m x 3.35m) This is a very useful and versatile arrangement of space on the 1st floor which can be accessed either from the corridor off the master bedroom or from a separate ground floor entrance and stairs from the front of the Farmhouse.

Currently a good sized office with an extensive range of built in office furniture and two windows overlooking the rear garden and the fields beyond. Leading off the office is a utility area with sink and cupboards and also a W.C. This area could also provide a useful teenager "pad" or guest suite.

Outside The gardens of Low Park Farm are a splendid feature of the property amounting to approximately 0.71 acres and have been lovingly created to provide a delightful area to enjoy al fresco dining. There is a small cottage garden to the front of the Farmhouse and a neat herb and vegetable garden to the rear alongside a lawn with borders. There is also a sheltered and level paved area at the rear of the building.

Across the Courtyard there is a substantial L shaped garage and stable block. The original loose boxes are currently used as wood store and garden shed,. There is a double garage with separate workshop.

A beautiful sheltered Lakeland garden has been created on two levels. The top garden has a series of lawns, borders and beds set around a small stream and pond with a backdrop of mature trees, specimen bushes, shrubs and a good display of azaleas and rhododendrons.

The stream continues to flow through the lower garden edged by further tree lined lawns, an ornamental paved area and a patio in front of a south facing Victorian style greenhouse and stone faced potting shed.

Drumlins The Annexe The remainder of the property was originally developed as a ground floor Granddad flat with disabled facilities, but is now a well established and successful holiday letting unit, comprising;

Entrance vestibule leading into a Hallway. This features ceiling beams and a walk in, under stairs cupboard.

Lounge 17’3 x 12’8 (5.27m x 3.86m) Dual aspect windows offer a pleasant garden outlook with views to fields at the rear. Open fireplace and exposed beams.

Kitchen 14’4 x 9’7 (4.38m x 2.92m) There is a range of fitted units incorporating electric oven, gas hob with extractor above, with tiling to the walls. A cupboard houses the gas central heating boiler and plumbing for washing machine. Door gives access to the rear garden and enclosed, sheltered patio area.

Bedroom 12’11 x 9’7 (3.94m x 2.92m) A double bedroom, with a range of fitted wardrobes and an east facing window with views of the garden and fields beyond.

Bathroom Comprising a tiled shower area with built in seat, panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and W.C. Shaver point and light.

Outside A compact garden area has been created to provide a private space for guests.

Services Mains Gas Fired Central Heating
Mains Electricity
Mains Water
Private Drainage

Tenure Freehold

Council Tax Band "F"

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