Windermere Office

Address:
Matthews Benjamin
Ellerthwaite Square
Windermere
Cumbria
LA23 1DU

Telephone:
015394 47717

Email:
sales@matthewsbenjamin.co.uk

Under Offer

6 Calgarth View, Troutbeck Bridge, Windermere

£250,000 Guide Price
  • Type: House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
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Property Features

  • Mid Terrace Cottage In The Heart Of Troutbeck Bridge
  • Rear Garden & Detached Garage
  • Suitable To A Range Of Buyers
  • No Restrictions
  • Great Location Between Windermere & Ambleside

Property Summary

6 Calgarth View, is a mid terrace cottage in the heart of Troutbeck Bridge midway between Windermere and Ambleside in a small cluster of cottages dating from the 18th and 19th century.

Full Details

6 Calgarth View, is a mid terrace cottage in the heart of Troutbeck Bridge midway between Windermere and Ambleside in a small cluster of cottages dating from the 18th and 19th century.

Lived in by the current owners for over 60 years the cottage is beautifully presented and has been improved over the years to include double glazing throughout, a recently upgraded kitchen and downstairs shower room. A surprisingly large property offering accommodation comprising of a kitchen, sitting room, 2 double bedrooms, one with separate WC and a single bedroom, downstairs shower room. Outside is a pleasant garden with a lawn and summer house, a detached garage and a good size stone built utility space and store in the rear yard. This traditional cottage will appeal to a wide range of buyers including permanent home, weekend retreat or investment for either holiday letting or long term letting.

Troutbeck Bridge is a busy village and community between Windermere and Ambleside in the lower Troutbeck Valley. There is a pub, convenience store, school and a gym in the village and some lovely country walks right from the doorstep together with easy access south to Kendal and the M6 or north into the heart of the fells and mountains of central Lake District.

Accomodation
Entrance porch with UPVC double glazed front door and tiled floor.

Sitting Room 4.22m x 4.04m
A good sized room with a slate fire surround and hearth, with an electric fire. Television point. Recessed cupboard with shelving. Large under stairs cupboard with plenty of storage space.

Kitchen 3.15m x 2.74m
Located at the rear of the property a good size kitchen with modern shaker style wall and base units, space for under counter fridge, inset stainless steel sink, electric hob with cooker hood over and oven. Part tied walls and tiled floor.

Shower Room
Comprising a shower cubicle, wash hand basin, with storage under and separate WC. There is a window and a ladder style radiator.

First Floor
Landing with skylight.

Bedroom One 4.70m x 3.00m
Located at the rear of the property, over looking the garden this good size double bedroom has ample space for furniture, with a radiator. There is also a separate WC and hand basin and an airing cupboard housing the boiler.

Bedroom Two 4.24m x 2.29m
Good size double bedroom at the front of the property with room for furniture and has a radiator.

Bedroom Three 3.05m x 2.29m
Single bedroom with radiator and window.

Outside
To the rear of the property is a paved area with useful stone outbuilding with wall shelving, light and power, which is currently utilized as a utility room with outside WC. Steps lead up to the garage which is larger than the average single garage with an up and over door. Further steps lead up to a lawned area and summer house which is a great place to sit out in the sun overlooking neighbouring gardens and the surrounding countryside.

Directions
From Windermere heading north towards Ambleside on the A591 reaching Troutbeck Bridge. 6 Calgarth Cottages can be found on the right hand side, just past The Sun Inn.

Services
Mains gas, water, drainage and electricity. Gas central heating.

Tenure
Freehold

Council Tax Band
C

PLEASE NOTE - Unfortunately this row of cottages has suffered from flooding in the past and has had water ingress during the last two major storms in 2009 and 2015. Since 2015 the environment agency has spent a lot of time, money and effort culverting the potential storm water which should alleviate any issues in the future. This also includes flood gates to both the front and rear doors for extra security and there is a protective wall at the front of the cottages approximately 1 meter high. This was built in April/May 2019 to stop any surface water splash from the road.