Reception Rooms: 2
This newly refurbished Lake District home is situated in the picture perfect hamlet of Pull Woods, just 2 miles from Ambleside town centre. Pull Beck was built in 2010 using traditional methods to include Lakeland stone fronting, yet within offers sympathetically modern and versatile accommodation to include underfloor heating throughout. This detached home offers newly renovated, tasteful interiors to include a lovely open plan kitchen diner with separate utility and boot room, two separate reception rooms, a family bathroom and four double bedrooms to the first floor, to include an enviable master suite complete with dressing area and ensuite wet room. It is evident to see throughout that the property has been updated to a high standard by the present owners, with great attention to detail, creating a functional, modern family home that doesn’t compromise on the character and charm of a Lake District property. The gardens that surround Pull Beck have been designed to be relatively low maintenance, focusing on offering fantastic spaces for entertaining and relaxing within the south facing aspect of the newly built raised terrace that wraps around the property. The lower lawn extends down to a picture perfect beck that feeds a natural pond formerly utilised as a swimming pool. Natural shrubbery and apple trees create an attractive approach along the private gated gravelled drive, with plentiful parking. Furthermore there is also planning permission in place for two detached garages.
The enviable location within a quiet and peaceful setting nestled between Hawkshead and Ambleside, yet lying on the outskirts of the popular Lake District hotspots, will prove popular with a range of buyers, from families to holiday makers. An abundance of local walks across the national park land can be enjoyed right from your doorstep. Access to the A591 and Ambleside town centre is just 2 miles away where there are a great selection of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to enjoy. Glimpses of Lake Windermere with Loughrigg in the back drop can be enjoyed from the front aspect and the stunning countryside views that surround really make this a special place. For those travelling from further afield the Windermere train station is approximately 6 miles away and A591 provides an easy route to Kendal town and connection to the M6.
The private gravelled driveway leads down, opening up at the front of the property to afford ample parking. Lined with apple trees and offering a view to Loughrigg set behind Lake Windermere, the approach sets to the tone for this beautiful Lake District home. The entrance door to the front opens into a neatly presented entrance hall with a separate cloaks room and lovely travertine tiled floors that run throughout the majority of the ground floor accommodation and benefit from underfloor heating. This leads firstly into the main reception room, a large living room that is flooded with natural light afforded from the wall of bi-folding doors that look out over the south facing terrace, offering stunning country views and an ideal space for opening up and entertaining during the summer months. Engineered oak floors, exposed wooden beams and one of the traditional cottage style latch doors found throughout, also give this bright space character and charm befitting of the Lake District country home ideal.
Back to the entrance hall, steps lead up into the newly refurbished open plan L-shaped kitchen diner. This is a great space for both families and entertaining, offering a modern kitchen with large central island and space for formal dining furniture. The new kitchen comprises a range of traditional and in keeping painted shaker style units finished with quality granite worktops. Appliances include a Britannia range cooker with 6 ring gas hob, an integrated Bosch dishwasher and there is space for an American style fridge freezer. The travertine tiled floors continue to flow from this open space into a separate cosy snug. Boasting a Morso log burner with exposed flue and French doors leading out into the garden, this is a great space to unwind in the winter months and also a great additional reception room for those with larger families. Also adjoining the kitchen is a separate utility with a further range of storage units and granite worktops, leading into an extremely handy boot room. The boot room offers external access to the rear of the terrace that wraps around the property and it is the perfect space for storing muddy boots and rain coats after exploring the plethora of walks across the Lake District National Park found on your doorstep.
A bespoke oak staircase leads up from the entrance hall to a sizeable mezzanine landing area with high angled ceilings and a velux window that bounces the natural light across the landing. There is also space here for lounge furniture, a peaceful place to curl up with a book, as well as access to a double linen cupboard. The property offers a total of four bedrooms to include the beautiful master suite. At present these are set out as three doubles and a nursery however the nursery could be utilised as a small double/ large single. Each bedroom offers unique views and is tastefully finished to a high standard. The master bedroom boasts high angled ceilings with exposed ceiling beam feature. The triple aspect creates a bright and airy space as well as affording lovely views over the surrounding countryside. The bedroom leads through to the ensuite via a dressing area. The ensuite wet room is fully tiled, finished with quality Burlington sanitary ware to include a walk in rain shower. The family bathroom is also tastefully finished with full tiling and Burlington fittings to include a freestanding claw foot bath and walk in rain shower.
The grounds of Pull Beck surround the property, backing on to open countryside for a stunning and peaceful aspect. The newly built raised flagged terrace extends around to the side of the property, looking out over the gardens and the beck below that feeds a natural pond formerly utilised as an outside swimming pool. This elevated terrace is a fantastic space for entertaining and barbequing, especially with the bi-folding doors that open out into the living room. The south facing aspect means the terrace is a sun trap throughout the day and offers fantastic sunsets. The terrace continues around to a private area perfect for a hot tub and further to the rear entrance into the boot room. The gardens are a mix of terrace shrubbery and a lower lawn that leads down to the beck and pond. At present, they are designed to be relatively low maintenance, capitalising on the space for entertaining however those with gardening interests will find ample opportunity to further develop. The private drive affords plentiful parking as well as access to a detached outhouse and there is also planning permission for two detached garages.
Directions Leave Ambleside on the A593 heading towards Coniston, turning left over the river Brathay onto the B5286 signposted for Hawkshead. After approximately 1 mile, prior to the turning to the Drunken Duck Inn, the drive can be found on the right hand
corner turning right.
Services Mains Gas & Electric
Gas Central Heating
Wet Underfloor Heating
Septic Tank Drainage
Council Tax – G
Tenure – Freehold