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Kirkbeck Hall, Coniston, LA21 8EL

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Property Features

  • Lakeland property
  • Stone built
  • Wonderful refurbishment project.
  • Approximately 1300 square fee
  • Pitched slate roof

Property Summary

Kirkbeck Hall is a substantial traditional Lakeland property being stone built with a pitched slate roof.

Full Details

Kirkbeck Hall is a substantial traditional Lakeland property being stone built with a pitched slate roof.

A highly versatile property which has had various uses over the years including a place of worship and more recently a workshop. The property is a wonderful refurbishment project.

This property is highly flexible whether as a commercial entity or could possibly be converted into one or more residential properties subject to relevant planning permissions. Although currently providing ground floor only accommodation of approximately 1300 square feet there is potential to add additional floors to the building due to the very high ceilings.

Occupying an excellent level position being only a short 200 yard walk to the wide variety of amenities within the village including doctors, post office, Churches and Lakeland Inns whilst Coniston also has the benefit of both a primary and secondary school. Coniston is famous for it’s connections to Donald Campbell and John Ruskin.

The Building
The property is accessed via a double doors leading into the entrance hall. Which subsequently leads to the principle room with multiple window creating a dual aspect, with attractive views towards Coniston Old Man. Plumbing for a WC with wash hand basin. The vast ceiling height allows for additional floors to be created. There is also a secondary room off the entrance.
Although the property is currently for sale, the client would consider renting as a commercial property.

The property has private parking including a detached garage. Small grass area.
Please note the attached property has a pedestrian right of way across the land on the footpath to their dwelling.


From Ambleside head west on the A593 signposted Coniston. As you enter Coniston proceed down the main street, as you approach the bridge with Barclays Bank directly in front of you, turn left and immediately right past the Church on the left and the property is approximately 200 yards on the left hand side.

Mains water electric and drainage are connected. 3 Phase electricity (old)