| INTRODUCTION Close to the town centre and Kendal Station, this three bedroom mid terrace house is more than meets the eye. The accommodation is over four floors and has the added bonus of a large cellar offering further possibilities with flagged floor and generous ceiling height. There is a feeling of charm and character throughout the property from the restored sash windows and exposed floorboards to the cottage style rear patio. The property does require modernisation, however has the potential to be a fantastic family home.

Located close to the town centre, the property is convenient for Gooseholme park, Kendal Station, doctors surgery and local primary and secondary schools. Shops are close by and walks up to the Castle are within easy reach. An area popular with families and first time buyers alike, the area has a mixture of grand period houses, town houses and terraces converted into apartments.

ACCOMMODATION Approaching over the pretty front garden, a half glazed door leads into the entrance hallway. Semi divided by an internal glazed door, the hallway leads to the rear of the building. Two ceiling lights and a door to the cellar and utility.

INNER HALLWAY Stairs lead to the first floor landing.

LOUNGE 13' 6" into bay/10' 4" x 11' 11" (4.11m into bay/3.15m x 3.63m) A sash bay window faces the front aspect. A light room with a period tiled fire surround with gas fire and recessed antique bookcase. Ceiling light.

KITCHEN/DINER 11' 11" x 9' 0" (3.63m x 2.74m) A sash window faces the rear elevation overlooking the rear garden. Requiring updating the kitchen area is fitted with a sink with double drainer, base units and an alcove cupboard. Plumbing for a washing machine and space for a gas cooker, there is a period tiled fire surround with electric fire and a ceiling light.

UTILITY ROOM 8' 1" x 5' 6" (2.46m x 1.68m) A UPVC double glazed window faces the rear aspect and there is a door leading to a covered drying area. Wall mounted hot water boiler and a ceiling light.

CELLAR Wooden steps with a light lead down to the cellar. Divided into three areas with flagged floor throughout. The main area measures 15' 6"/10' 6" x 15' 4"/7' 2" (4.72m/3.20m x 4.67m/2.18m) and has a UPVC double glazed window to the front. There is good ceiling height, an original fire with grate and quirky shallow stone sink with period tiles. Exposed stone walling, lighting and power.

LANDING An attractive Westmorland style window faces the rear aspect and there is a telephone point.

BEDROOM 15' 7" x 15' 2"/11' 2" (4.75m x 4.62m/3.40m) A sash window faces the front aspect with outlook towards trees and churchyard. Two alcove cupboards and a ceiling light.

BATHROOM 9' 0" x 8' 2" (2.74m x 2.49m) excluding cupboards A half frosted sash window faces the rear aspect. Fitted with a cast bath, WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Large shelved cupboard and a ceiling light.

SECOND FLOOR LANDING A narrow wooden staircase leads to the second floor. Ceiling light.

BEDROOM 15' 7" x 13' 9" into the dormer/9' 1" (4.75m x 4.19m into the dormer/2.77m) A double glazed dormer window faces the front aspect with outlook over the church yard opposite, to the side is an excellent view over Kendal. Ceiling light and access to eaves cupboards/storage

BEDROOM 9' 0" x 8' 8" (2.74m x 2.64m) A window faces the rear elevation. Exposed stone walls and a ceiling light.

EXTERNAL To the front is an attractive lawn with circular flower beds and walling.

The rear courtyard has a cottage feel with border beds and evergreens. There is a covered drying area and two outhouses. Both outhouses have a light and the larger outhouse also has power sockets and a window.

GENERAL INFORMATION Mains Services; Water, Gas, Electric and Drainage

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax Band: B

EPC Grading: F