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Evoking charm and character throughout, this newly redeveloped detached stone built barn is located along a private gravelled drive in the sought after location of Skelsmergh. Ideal as a second home, those downsizing, and first time buyers or to enjoy a more peaceful way of life, The Bull Pen offers open plan living with exposed stonework and vaulted ceilings. The property has many original features retained during the sympathetic renovation and enjoys stunning views, surrounded by glorious open countryside.
Situated on the outskirts of northern Kendal, this unique property presents a rare chance to live the rural dream with an abundance of walks and rides right from the doorstep, yet the advantage to still be accessible to the market town of Kendal, which provides a variety of supermarkets, amenities, and a good choice of local schools. The Bull Pen is well placed with great transport links to the M6 Motorway and Oxenholme railway station.
Directions Leaving Kendal on the A6 Shap Road continue out of the town for approximately 3 miles before taking the right turning sign posted Kiln Croft, which comes after the turning to Mealbank and Skelsmergh church. Follow the lane down into the development, as the lane splits keep right and continue straight ahead to the bottom and The Bull Pen is the last property at the end on the right hand side.
Entrance/Living room 12’6 x 7’6 (3.81 x 3.47) Entering the property through the main front door leads you into a bright living room boasting floor to ceiling solid oak windows to enjoy the open aspect over the garden and countryside. Oak engineered flooring throughout and original stone wall feature.
Kitchen/Diner 12’6 x 11’5 (3.81 x 3.47) A beautifully presented Kitchen combined dining room. Presently comprising a range of wall, drawer and base units with a good amount of work surfaces encompassing a sink with drainer, oven, four ring hob with extractor over and large window looking over fields and beyond. There is plumbing in place for dishwasher and washing machine and access to a useful mezzanine storage space. This kitchen diner benefits from a Multi fuel stove set on a slate hearth which adds character and charm to the marvellous open plan living.
Bathroom Comprising walk in shower, vanity wash hand basin with storage units, free standing tap and towel radiator.
Double Bedroom 13’10 x 13’1 (4.22 x 3.99) A good sized bedroom which continues to boast character and charm with a double aspect across the back of the property and an external door which opens onto the front garden, this room benefits from built in storage cupboards and features soft wooden beams.
Outside The property is accessed via a gravelled driveway with parking for a number of cars. A stone built wall surrounds the boundary with ample space for al fresco dining and entertaining. The grounds at The Bull Ben offer great development potential that can be landscaped, lawned or create the perfect patio area.
Services Private spring water supply. Private septic tank drainage. Mains electric
Council Tax Band TBC