Overview| INTRODUCTION In the heart of this popular village situated within the Lake District National Park, this three bedroom detached property is deceptive from the outside and sits within a generous plot. The majority of the accommodation is on one level, with a guest room and sitting room on a lower level. Many of the windows have open views over the garden towards Whitbarrow Scar and to the side towards Lakeland Fells. There is a modern kitchen, shower room and bathroom, along with a good sized lounge diner and the master bedroom has a dressing room. There are a number of under house storage areas as well as a garage. The garden extends to the rear into a woodland setting with lawn area and ornamental trees.
Nestling on the edge of Scout Scar, Brigsteer is a small village with a thriving community. Boasting a busy modern village hall and pub/restaurant, the village has good access to Levens and the A590 road network and is just 3 miles from Kendal. Brigsteer is popular with those looking to retire and young families who would want to make the most of the outdoor life that is right on the doorstep.
ACCOMMODATION The front driveway leads to the wooden front door and into the entrance hall
ENTRANCE HALL Being an L shape, this is a welcoming entrance to the property. Having wooden flooring, three built in coat cupboards and two ceiling lights. Radiator, wall mounted thermostat and a telephone point.
LOUNGE 22' 10" x 12' 5" (6.96m x 3.78m) UPVC double glazed windows face the rear and side aspects looking over the garden towards Whitbarrow Scar and to the side towards Lakeland Fells. A generous room with a wooden fire surround with tiled inset and grate for an open fire. Two radiators, two wall lights and television point and cabling, telephone and broadband point (fibre optic). Two steps lead to:
DINING AREA 10' 6" x 6' 10" (3.2m x 2.08m) UPVC double glazed window faces the rear elevation overlooking the garden. Ceiling light and a radiator.
REAR PORCH UPVC double glazed window and a door leading to the balcony/terrace.
KITCHEN 16' 9" x 10' 11" (5.11m x 3.33m) max A UPVC double glazed window faces the front elevation. Fitted with modern shaker base and wall units with co ordinating worktops and tiled splashbacks. Stainless sink with drainer and separate drinking water filter tap. Under unit lighting, downlights and an extractor. The integrated appliances include a ceramic hob with canopy over, electric double oven and grill, microwave and a larder fridge. There is an integrated dishwasher and space for a breakfast table. Telephone point and under floor electric heating. A staircase leads to the lower level and a glazed door to:
SIDE PORCH A useful space with a door leading to the front and UPVC double glazed windows. Tiled floor.
BEDROOM 14' 6" x 10' 6" (4.42m x 3.2m) UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking the garden, trees and towards Whitbarrow Scar. Two ceiling lights, a telephone point and a radiator.
DRESSING ROOM A UPVC double glazed window faces the rear aspect. Three double wardrobes and a single wardrobe, a ceiling light and radiator.
BEDROOM 11' 7" x 9' 2" (3.53m x 2.79m) inclusive UPVC double glazed window to the front elevation looking onto trees. Two wall lights, a ceiling light and a radiator. Three single wardrobes, a double wardrobe and overbed storage.
SHOWER ROOM 9' 2" x 5' 9" (2.79m x 1.75m) Two frosted UPVC double glazed windows face the front aspect. Well fitted with a modern white suite comprising quadrant shower cubicle, concealed cistern WC and vanity wash hand basin. Fully tiled, there is an inset mirror, extractor, under floor electric heating, heated towel rail and downlights to the ceiling. Airing cupboard with shelving and hot water cylinder.
SITTING ROOM 22' 10" x 12' 4" (6.96m x 3.76m) A UPVC double glazed window faces the side aspect and UPVC double glazed double doors lead to the patio and garden. There is a further stable door. A lovely room with high ceiling and a central multi fuel Morso stove. Attractive wooden floor, two ceiling light, television aerial point and a radiator. Central heating control panel.
BEDROOM 14' 1" x 10' 5" (4.29m x 3.18m) max UPVC double glazed window faces the rear aspect. Two built in double wardrobes, a radiator and ceiling light. Platform with access to underhouse storage
UTILITY ROOM 13' 10" x 10' 5" (4.22m x 3.18m) Stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine and worktops. Two ceiling lights, extractor and a radiator.
BATHROOM A great addition to the property, the bathroom is fully tiled and has a bath with Mira shower over, a vanity wash hand basin and a WC. Heated towel rail, a ceiling light, extractor and shaver point.
STUDY AND STORAGE Leading from the utility there is a study area with a ceiling light, telephone point and radiator. From the study area there are two further underhouse storage areas. One extends to 21' 10" and has power and light, with the other extending to 10' 4".
EXTERNAL To the front of the property is a gravelled driveway with parking for a number of vehicles including a caravan or motorhome. To the side is an area for coal and wood storage leading further to the rear past a rockery and onto the rear patio (with wind out canopy awning). The rear garden is of a good size with a gently sloping lawn, ornamental trees, shrub beds and a patio close to the house. A bridge at the bottom of the garden leads towards woodland over an old sunken mill race/dam. Security lights are fitted to the front and rear of the property and the oil tank is located to the rear of the property screened from the garden.
Under the balcony/terrace there is a garden store room which has power and light, a telephone point, a sink unit, WC and floor mounted Grant boiler. Connector point for hose pipe.
GARAGE 15' 0" x 8' 11" (4.57m x 2.72m) Having a frosted UPVC double glazed window to the side, power and light. Connection point for hose pipe
GENERAL INFORMATION Mains Services: Water and Electric. Drainage by way of private septic tank (located in rear garden) and heating via oil.
Council Tax Band: F
EPC Grading: D