| INTRODUCTION Surrounded by open countryside, this three storey barn conversion combines modern fitments with retained character features and is worthy of internal viewing. Set to a small well maintained development the property would be suitable as either a primary or second home. There are views to the front and rear and a delightful cottage style garden which is a credit to the current owners.

ACCOMMODATION Entering the property via the front door into the hallway, there is open access into the dining room area. A useful space used by the current vendors as a sitting room, there is wood flooring and a cosy feel. Stairs lead to the first floor. The adjoining study is a great addition to the property and could be used as a spare bedroom if required for guests.

To the rear of the property and overlooking the garden is the breakfast kitchen. Fitted with a good range of base and wall units there is an integrated hob and oven and a one and half bowl sink with drainer. There is space for a fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine. A feature window looks onto the patio and across the cottage style garden. There is ample space for a family dining table.

The first floor landing gives access to two bedroom, family bathroom and lounge.

The Lounge is a bright room with views over countryside from the window and balcony. The central feature tot the room is the stone fire surround with wood burning stove.

There are two good sized bedrooms on the first floor, one double and one twin bedroom both overlooking the courtyard and to the Knott beyond.

The large family bathroom is fitted with a four piece suite comprising bath (with shower over), wc, pedestal wash hand basin and bidet. The walls have been half tiled and there is an extractor fan.

The stairs continue to the second floor.

The master bedroom is located within the roof space so there is some restricted head height. The views to the Knott are lovely. There is a triple built in wardrobe with sliding doors. The adjacent ensuite has a bath, wc and pedestal wash hand basin and window facing the front aspect. There is large airing cupboard and walk in wardrobe style cupboard.

OUTSIDE Externally to the front is a car port with storage cupboard and electric meter. To the rear is a delightful cottage style garden with tapering lawn, colourful borders and central pathway. A patio area is close to the house and there is a gate leading to the front lane.
There is a further communal field used by the residents of the development which is also used for additional parking.

ROOM DIMENSIONS Entrance hallway
Sitting Room/Dining Room 13'9 x 12'9 (4.20m x 3.91m)
Breakfast Kitchen 11'6/16'2 x 16'3 (3.51m/4.95m x 4.95)
Study 10'2 x 9'5 (3.10m x 2.87m)

First Floor Landing
Lounge 16'1x 11'5 (4.92m x 3.48m)
Bedroom 14'4 x 8'0 (4.39m x 2.45m)
Bedroom 10'4 x 8'0 (3.17m x 2.44m)
Bathroom 10'2 x 8'0 (3.11m x 2.45m)

Second Floor Landing
Master Bedroom 13'9 inc wardrobes x 12'8 plus recess (4.20m inc wardrobes x 3.86m plus recess)

LOCATION Hale is situated on the A6 and on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Approximately 3 miles from Milnthorpe and only a short drive to junction 35 of the M6. There is a pub closeby and the nearby village of Beetham has a primary school, shop, Church and Garden Centre. Most amenities can be found at Milnthorpe including primary & secondary schools, supermarket, shops, banks, petrol station and regular local market.

GENERAL INFORMATION Mains Services: Water and Electricity. Shared septic Tank.
Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Grading:
Electric Storage and panel heaters