| INTRODUCTION In a small development on the fringes of this popular village, this exceptional four bedroom barn conversion has been finished to a high standard throughout. Created by the current owners in 2006 for their own occupation, the layout has been designed to take advantage of the open views to the rear and the character has been retained where possible. The impressive living room has a double height ceiling with mezzanine study above, along with a cosy woodburning stove and the bespoke kitchen has an Aga - the real heart of a home. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with whirlpool bath and the remaining three bedrooms are all doubles. Original oak beams have been paired with modern oak doors and window cills and the property has oil fired central heating, under floor heating and is double glazed throughout. The garden is immaculately maintained with flower borders, lawn and retained attractive drystone walls. The property is a short drive to the Lake District National Park. It is approx.15 minutes drive to the popular Market Town of Ulverston with all its facilities, plus two good high schools with free transport to both. In all, a desirable property in a lovely setting.
Kirkby in Furness is made up of a cluster of small hamlets, each individual and having character of their own. Soutergate is the most southerly with good road links along the A595. The village still retains many facilities including a shop, primary school, pub and a railway station.

ACCOMMODATION From the front gravelled parking area, an oak door with inset pane leads into the entrance vestibule. Having a practical slate floor and a ceiling light, a further oak door leads into:

HALLWAY A lovely entrance to the property with character and charm. Double glazed windows face the front and side aspects with a double glazed door leading to the rear terrace. Exposed stonework, vaulted ceiling with landing gallery and a built in cupboard under the stairs. Cylinder cupboard, downlights, a ceiling light and a radiator.

CLOAKROOM/WC Semi divided into a vestibule area with storage for coats and a useful downstairs WC. A double glazed window faces the side elevation and there are two ceiling lights, a WC, corner basin and tiling to the walls. The slate flooring continues an there is an extractor fan.

LIVING ROOM 26' 5" x 13' 8" (8.05m x 4.17m) Double glazed windows face the front and rear aspects and there is a further high level window to the rear. An impressive room, partially with a double height ceiling and central wood burning stove. The oak floor is complemented by the exposed beams and there are six wall lights plus additional high level wall lights. Three cast radiators and television point and cabling.

DINING ROOM 13' 5" x 10' 5" (4.09m x 3.18m) Two double glazed windows overlook the front of the property and the slate flooring continues from the hallway. Oak double doors, three wall lights and downlights. Television and telephone points and open access to the kitchen.

FAMILY KITCHEN 20' 0" x 12' 0" (6.1m x 3.66m) Double glazed windows face the front and side elevations and double doors lead to the covered terrace. Fitted with hand crafted wooden base and wall units with an aged wash finish with wooden block and granite worktops. There is an oil fired Aga with adjoining electric unit and a central island unit. Integrated dishwasher and washing machine, two integrated freezers and space for an upright fridge. Downlights to the ceiling, under unit lighting and an extractor.

LANDING A double glazed window on the stairwell faces the side. The stairs lead to the split landing with a conservation skylight to the rear and a gallery over the hallway. There are downlights, a ceiling light and picture light.

MEZZANINE STUDY Overlooking the living room, this useful space has a double glazed window to the front and over head storage.

MASTER BEDROOM 12' 0" x 10' 4" (3.66m x 3.15m) A double glazed window faces the rear elevation with open outlook over fields towards Bank House Moor. Exposed beams, downlights and a ceiling light. Radiator, television aerial point and telephone point.

ENSUITE 6' 0" x 5' 7" (1.83m x 1.7m) Double glazed window to the rear aspect. Whirpool P shaped bath with a shower and screen over, corner basin and corner WC. Heated towel rail, downlights and an extractor fan. Shaver point and tiling to the walls

BEDROOM 12' 2" x 10' 0" (3.71m x 3.05m) max Double glazed window to the side aspect overlooking fields. Downlights, a ceiling light, radiator and television aerial point.

BEDROOM 12' 8" x 9' 9" (3.86m x 2.97m) Double glazed window facing the front elevation. Radiator, ceiling light and downlights. Television aerial point.

BEDROOM 10' 0" x 7' 10" (3.05m x 2.39m) Double glazed window to the front elevation. Downlights, a radiator and ceiling light.

BATHROOM 8' 10" x 6' 7" (2.69m x 2.01m) Double glazed window to the side elevation. Fitted with a four piece suite comprising freestanding bath, WC, wall hung wash hand basin and a quadrant shower cubicle. Heated towel rail, extractor, downlights and wall mounted illuminated cabinet with mirror and internal shaver point. Contemporary polished limestone tiles to the walls and floor.

EXTERNAL To the front is a generous gravelled parking area with additional spaces to the side. There are three outhouses which house the Worcester boiler and are ideal for storage. The enclosed rear garden is a delight with chipped areas, a lawn and well tended flower borders The rear drystone wall frames the mature planting and there is a covered slate and oak terrace area adjacent to house, ideal for late summer barbecues and sitting out. Outdoor sockets and lighting along with a summer house

GENERAL INFORMATION Mains Services: Drainage, Electric and Water. Oil fired central heating.

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax Band: F

EPC Grading: D

Please note the property has an integrated speaker system throughout along with Cat5 network wiring in each room. The ground floor has underfloor heating to the slate tiled areas.