Overview| INTRODUCTION In the heart of the popular village of Leasgill, this is the opportunity to acquire a period house which has been upgraded throughout and is now a stylish family home. Combining traditional features with modern fittings, the current vendors have added an ensuite to the master bedroom, a bespoke handmade kitchen and landscaped the gardens. There are five bedrooms, house bathroom with four piece suite, three reception rooms and a useful lower level utility/storage. The gardens balance the accommodation perfectly and there is a double garage and outhouses. In all, a fantastic family home that must be viewed.
Leasgill is well placed for access to junction 36 at the M6 motorway being only a few miles away. Leasgill has a village hall and there is a church and restaurant/pub at adjoining Heversham.
The market town and amenities of Milnthorpe are a short drive, as is Kendal, known as the Gateway to the Lakes. The mainline train station is located at either Oxenholme or Lancaster which services Glasgow and Euston (London). There are plenty of walks on the doorstep for those who enjoy the outdoor life.
Original style front door with heavy iron fittings leads into the entrance vestibule. Ceiling light and attractive wood door with arched glass panes into the hall.
HALL Wooden doors lead to the lounge and dining room and there is an arch into the rear hallway towards the stairs and down to the utility. Two ceiling lights, period style radiator and large double glazed window to the rear.
LOUNGE 13' 0" x 11' 4" (3.96m x 3.45m) Double glazed sash window to the front aspect and a double glazed window to the side. Contemporary decor, period style vertical radiator, ceiling light and television aerial cabling. Original style cupboards and open access to the sitting room.
SITTING ROOM 12' 3" x 9' 1" (3.73m x 2.77m) Double glazed sash window to the rear. Ceiling light, period style radiator and continuing decor.
DINING ROOM 13' 0" x 12' 10" (3.96m x 3.91m) Sash style double glazed window to the front. Flagged flooring, ceiling light and vertical period style radiator. Chimney breast recess with stone plinth and Morso wood burning stove. Original style alcove cupboards and window seat. Open access into the kitchen.
KITCHEN 13' 9" x 13' 1" (4.19m x 3.99m) Double glazed window to the rear and double glazed patio doors leading to the terrace. Bespoke handmade solid oak kitchen with black granite worktops and a central island. Integrated dishwasher, space for range cooker and space for upright fridge freezer. Continuing flagged floor, bespoke larder unit, inset sink and down lights. Retained original stable door with heavy iron hardware, a real feature.
LOWER LEVEL UTILITY 16' 3" x 12' 0" (4.95m x 3.66m) Storage areas and steps leading into the utility. Plumbing for washing machine and space for dryer. Gas central heating boiler.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING Double glazed picture window faces the rear overlooking the garden. Stairs continue to the second floor and there is an exposed stone wall. The landing and stairwell is a lovely period feature of the house.
MASTER BEDROOM 13' 7" x 13' 4" (4.14m x 4.06m) Generous double with two double glazed sash style windows face the front. Three ceiling lights, vertical period style radiator and good sized built in cupboard. A well decorated room with adjoining en-suite.
ENSUITE Period style suite comprising of wash hand basin, high level cistern WC and shower cubicle. The shower has both a fixed head and spray attachments. Fully tiled, extractor, down lights and chrome heated towel rail.
BEDROOM 13' 11" x 12' 4" (4.24m x 3.76m) Double glazed window to the side aspect with view towards the Lakeland hills. Period style radiator and ceiling light.
BEDROOM/SITTING ROOM 13' 7" x 12' 3" (4.14m x 3.73m) Double glazed sash style window to the front. Attractive exposed wide floorboards, original style cupboard and a ceiling light. Period style radiator and television aerial cabling. The vendors use the room as a further sitting room.
BATHROOM 12' 4" x 9' 2" (3.76m x 2.79m) Double glazed window to the rear facing towards trees and hill. An excellent fitting with a real luxurious feel. Four piece suite comprising of vanity wash hand basin, WC, freestanding Lefroy Brooks roll top bath and larger shower cubicle. Exposed stonework, tiled floor with under floor heating, shaver point and down lights. Extractor.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING Double glazed window to the rear with lovely view. The landing area has space for a small sofa and bookshelves and has exposed floorboards. Two ceiling lights, two Velux windows and access to eaves storage.
BEDROOM 21' 6" x 10' 9" (6.55m x 3.28m) max Double glazed windows facing the side and front. Exposed stonework, ceiling lights and a period style radiator - a great teenagers room. Being within the roof space there is some restricted head height.
BEDROOM 20' 11" x 9' 0" (6.38m x 2.74m) max Double glazed windows to the side and front. Two ceiling lights, exposed stone wall and period style radiator. Being within the roof space there is some restricted head height.
EXTERNAL The house lies to the front of the plot, with garden and parking to the rear. Adjacent to the house is a terrace and deck area with pergola and pond. A level lawn with mature fruit trees (one with playhouse) extends to the rear of the property and steps lead down to a lower lawn with large tarmac parking and turning area. Gates lead onto the side lane and there are railway sleeper edged beds and lighting to the steps. A lovely garden with stonewalling and seating areas.
OUTBUILDINGS AND GARAGE Close to the house are two outhouses, both with power and light and measuring 10' 92 x 8' 22 and 14' 11" x 10' 11".
The double garage is accessed from the front lane and has two up and over doors, two windows an power and light. Internal measurement of 31' 2" x 17' 7" average.
GENERAL INFORMATION Mains Services: Water, Gas, Electric and Drainage.
Council Tax Band: G
EPC Grading: D