Fine and Country Lancaster
Fine & Country
19 Castle Hill
Netherwood Cottage, 59 The Row, Silverdale, Carnforth
- Detached Bungalow
- Sought after Location
- Delightful Views
- Two Spacious Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Well established Gardens
- Private Drivway
- Parking for Ample Vehicles
This rare opportunity presents a versatile two bedroom detached bungalow set within private grounds, with uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. The property is set across one level and offers spacious living accommodation, with two reception rooms, dining kitchen and a large utility room. The layout has been well planned and the spacious rooms are accompanied by ample storage space. Whilst in need of modernisation in parts, the space and flexibility of this home will suit a range of buyers and the serene views are what will truly steal your heart. The grounds enfold the property and include a sizeable private drive with access to the attached double garage.
The highly sought-after village of Silverdale is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it is evident to see from outset why the area of earned this special status. The village is surrounded by the Morecambe Bay, ancient woodlands, stunning scenery and abundant wildlife that can all be enjoyed right from your doorstep. The village also offers a wealth of local amenities, a scenic walk away from the property, to include a well regarded primary school, two churches, village hall, shops, post office, golf club, Indian restaurant and a choice of great pubs. The Silverdale train station provides regular commutes into the City of Lancaster and Manchester, ideal for those looking for access to the secondary schools in Lancaster to include the Boys & Girls Grammar Schools. There are also bus connections to the Queen Elizabeth School in Kirkby Lonsdale. For commuting further afield, the M6 junction 35 is just a 15 minute drive away and the Lake District National Park is just a 20 minute drive away.
The private tarmac drive of Netherwood Cottage leads up to a good sized parking area with comfortable space for up to four vehicles and access to the double garage. The raised front lawn is surrounded by shrubbery and offers a lovely welcome as you approach the home. The entrance door is set under an open timber porch with a semi-circle design and decorative patio. You open into the entrance lobby, a social and open space that connects the accommodation and affords room for occasional furniture. From here you can access a double cloaks cupboard and separate WC. Tucked away at the front of the property is a handy home office, coupled with the B4RN hyper-fast internet available in the village, it is the ideal space for those looking to work from home. To the other side of the entrance hall you enter into a formal sitting room. The large windows flood the room with natural light and offer a beautiful view over the fields, stretching right across to the village rooftops. There is a gas fire set within a grand marble surround and the high ceilings are finished with decorative coving. Next to the sitting room you enter in the dining room with an adjoining orangery. This beautifully designed space offers room for formal dining with steps down into the regal orangery, finished with tiled floors and a curved aspect of floor to ceiling windows. A door leads out onto the surrounding patio and of course you benefit from the beautiful view over the fields and village.
The breakfast kitchen is located to the rear of the property, showcasing a selection of bespoke wooden units, both fitted and of dresser design. This includes a central island and breakfast bar and all are finished with quality granite worktops. Appliances include a Gagganeau double oven, AEG ceramic hob with an integral extractor over, integrated BOSCH dishwasher, fridge, freezer and space for an integrated microwave. Just off the kitchen there is access to a rear entrance hall and a generously sized utility room with double cloaks cupboard and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. This is the perfect space for knocking off muddy boots and wet rain coats after enjoying one of the many beautiful doors right from your doorstep.
From the entrance hall, a raised mezzanine sections off the bedroom accommodation of the home whilst still affording for an open space. The master bedroom is located to the rear of the property, well proportioned with part angled ceilings and a fantastic dressing room complete with a bespoke selection of wooden fitted furniture. The family bathroom sits in between the two bedrooms and is strikingly finished with contrasting marble tiling. It comprises his and her sinks, a fitted bath and separate shower. There is also a good sized, shelved airing cupboard from the mezzanine. Finally, the second bedroom again offers double proportions with a corner aspect offering a lovely view of the grounds and the benefit of a built-in wardrobe.
The grounds of Netherwood Cottage enfold the property to create a tranquil haven that is a hit with the local wildlife. The elevated position makes the most of the captivating views over the fields to the rooftops beyond. To the front of the property, you will find the private drive, access to the double garage and shed tucked away at the side. There is also a circular sundial patio overlooking the front, a lovely spot for a serene seating area. The patio runs along the side, with limestone rockery forming the grounds for an array of flowering shrubs. There is also a lower flat lawn to enjoy that can be seen from the side vantage point.
Heading into the village along New Road from Warton village, turn right at the junction on to Storrs Lane then take you first left onto The Row. Continue for approximately 0.4 miles and then Netherwood Cottage, number 59 is located on your right hand side.