Calgarth North Lodge, Ambleside Road, Troutbeck Bridge
- Detached, Three Bedroom Property
- Sits On Just Under A Quarter Of An Acre
- Woodland Setting
- Large Garden, Plus Garage
- Convenient Location Between Ambleside & Windermere
Enjoying a secluded feel and sat on just under a quarter of an acre. Maintained to a high standard by the vendors over the last 20 years, who have sympathetically updated the property but maintained many original features, including picture rails and exposed stonework. This property offers well proportioned accommodation which briefly comprises of sitting room, large inner hall, three double bedrooms, family bathroom, kitchen, breakfast room and utility room. Outside in the garden is a plethora of trees, mature bushes and shrubs, meandering pathways and several different seating areas, including a decking area and a patio to enjoy the garden from every angle. There is a single garage, with light and power, and driveway offer parking for several vehicles. A rare find to have level living and attractive garden views from every window, Calgarth North Lodge will attract a wide range of viewers from those looking for a permanent home, an investment or indeed a weekend bolt hole
Located in the popular residential hamlet of Troutbeck Bridge, midway between Windermere and Ambleside with amenities within the village including local pub, petrol station with convenience store and secondary school. Troutbeck Bridge lies at the bottom of the Troutbeck Valley with easy access by car, bus or foot to both Ambleside and Windermere and open countryside walks
Covered, slate flagged, sitting out area with an external door leading in to the sitting room.
Lounge 4.27m x 4.14m
A delightful sitting area with dual aspect windows overlooking the garden. A large open fire sat in a granite hearth with an oak surround. There are shelves to the side, great for storing logs for the fire. Beautiful original polished slate flooring, picture rail and radiator.
Inner Hall 3.20m x 3.05m
A spacious, second reception room which allows access to all rooms. A flexible space which would lend itself to a dining room. Exposed attractive slate and original polished slate floors and a radiator.
Kitchen 2.97m x 2.62m
Steps lead down into the kitchen, which offers a good range of modern shaker style wall and base units in duck egg blue, with attractive lights under and laminate work tops. A stainless steel sink, tiled floor and Integral appliances include fridge, freezer, dishwasher, electric oven and gas hob with extractor over. In addition to the window over looking the garden there is a large Velux window which floods the room with natural light.
A step down from the kitchen into a breakfast room
Breakfast Room/Dining Room
A lovely light room with two Velux windows and an external door out into the garden. Ample space for a dining table. A stone exposed wall is the main feature to the room and there is a radiator and a tiled floor.
A good sized room with a Belfast sink. There is space and plumbing for a washer/drier and a window looking out into the garden.
Off the utility room is a separate cloak room with WC and hand basin.
Bedroom One 4.11m x 3.40m
A good sized double bedroom with a original wooden floor and a radiator. There is ample room for bedroom furniture and window that offers views over the garden.
Bedroom Two 3.45m x 3.38m
A double bedroom with original wooden flooring. Pleasant garden views from the window, radiator and space for bedroom furniture.
Bedroom Three 3.45m x 2.34m
Currently used as a snug, this versatile space would offer a good sized third double bedroom. A window over looking the garden and a radiator, with original wooden flooring.
A fully tiled family bathroom comprising of a white three piece suite including of a bath with a shower over, WC and hand basin, with a wall mounted heated mirror over. A traditional slate floor, with an original sach window and a radiator. There is an airing cupboard which offers some storage and houses the boiler.
The garden is a true delight, offering a haven for many wild life species including deer, badger and fox to name but a few! Plenty of different seating areas to choose from, including a decked area, a patio and a fire pit area, along with meandering gravel paths and mature bushes , trees and shrubs. There is ample parking, single garage and a log store.
From our Windermere office in Ellerthwaite Square head back through the village and take the A591 towards Ambleside, continue for approximate 2 miles entering Troutbeck Bridge after passing the fuel station at Troutbeck Bridge follow the road around and Calgarth North Lodge can be found on the left hand side.
Mains electric, gas and water. Septic tank drainage.
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