Reception Rooms: 3
Hazelrigg and Hazelrigg Cottage is a fine period farmhouse with character and dating in parts back to the 17th century. Enlarged over the centuries the farmstead comprises; Hazelrigg Farmhouse which has generous 3 bedroom accommodation, Hazelrigg Cottage an adjoining one bedroom cottage and a traditional unconverted barn. The property which boasts plenty of scope and potential is now in need of a programme of renovation and refurbishment with planning permission obtained to re- organise the accommodation in the farmhouse into a four bedroom family home and extend the adjoining cottage. This planning permission can be viewed on the Lake District National Park planning website using the planning ref; 7/2016/5757. The unconverted barn also offers further possibilities to convert into a 3rd dwelling subject to planning permission. Although in need of restoration, Hazelrigg offers potential for a wide range of buyers with numerous possibilities.
Situated in a quiet picturesque area of Lakeland countryside, lying between Cartmel Valley and the southern tip of Lake Windermere. Hazelrigg lies on a quiet lane south of Canny Hill just a mile from Newby Bridge and the A590 trunk road just a few minutes drive, giving excellent road access into Furness and the market town of Ulverston to the west and provides an excellent short drive east to junction 36 of the M6. The larger town of Kendal is easily reached, where there is a fast rail connection to London Euston. The southern tip of Lake Windermere is well known for its wildlife and there are a number of outdoor activities and sailing at Fell Foot Park and horse riding close by in Cartmel.
Hazelrigg & Hazelrigg Cottage are built from solid Lakeland stone and form the main section of the property to the south, the farmhouse Hazelrigg briefly comprises of living room, dining room, entrance hall, shower room, games room to the ground floor, stairs to the first floor to a wide landing, bathroom and three large bedrooms. Adjoining the farmhouse is Hazelrigg Cottage which is in poor order and in need of full renovation and re-organisation and presently comprises of sitting room, kitchen, and two small bedrooms, walled courtyard to the rear with access through to a garage. Attached to the farmhouse is the barn which is a completely open space with a Byre underneath. As part of the planning permission, the garage at the rear converts to a family dining room to the main farmhouse as doe’s part of the barn which is utilised for a utility. Part of the planning permission permits the wall courtyard at the rear of the cottage to be transformed into a fabulous family dining room for the cottage.
The property enjoys views of the surrounding countryside and the 0.87 acres of well formed mature gardens, including a good size level paddock and a gently sloping lawned orchard leading down to a small stream at the bottom, well established with shrubs, bushes and a number of fine trees. The gardens extend to three sides of the property and a courtyard offers parking for 3-4 cars and access to the attached barn which includes a wide open space with high vaulted ceiling, pit and raised storage platform with former Byre underneath. Around the grounds there is also a range of small stone outbuildings, potting sheds and log store.
Directions From the roundabout at Newby Bridge at the southern tip of Lake Windermere continue East along the A590 towards the M6 for half a mile passing petrol station on the right hand side and bearing next right up a small lane signposted Canny Hill. Follow the lane to the T-junction bearing next left and continue along Hazelrigg Lane for approximately half a mile until Hazelrigg can be found on the right hand side.
Services Mains electricity and gas connected. Private water supply and drainage. Tenure
Council Tax Bands Farmhouse – D Cottage – C