Low Mill House is a fine example of a Georgian residence, formerly the Mill owners house and set in a peaceful semi rural position within a small hamlet of former workers cottages. Well maintained by the owners it offers extensive accommodation set over three floors and will suit a larger family or those seeking a potential lifestyle business opportunity. The property retains many features including the grand staircase with atrium, working shutters to first floor bedrooms, cornicing and fireplaces whilst also lending itself to the needs of the modern family. This is a special property in a lovely location being ideally positioned between the stunning coastline and the Lake District Hills.

  • Extensive accommodation spread over three floors
    Two generous reception rooms with period features
    Light & airy kitchen/breakfast room with centre island
    A number of useful cellar rooms including wine store
    Six double bedrooms in total with two en-suites
    Lovely gardens and 'carriage' drive with a double garage
The extensive accommodation includes a period style entrance porch with glazed roof, striking entrance hall with a gorgeous staircase, living room with multi fuel stove, sitting room with French doors to garden, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, ground floor WC & three useful cellar rooms. To the first floor there is a large landing with glazed atrium, four double bedrooms, en-suite to master bedroom & family bathroom. Utilising the second floor there is a useful study area & two further double bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room.
Low Mill House occupies a generous plot which takes full advantage of the lovely countryside surrounding the property. A 'carriage' drive leads to the front with a turning circle and access to a double width garage. The remaining gardens are laid to lawn with generous seating area and mature trees. To the rear there is a sheltered courtyard with a further area laid to lawn within a lovely walled garden.
Local Information
Low Mill is a rural hamlet situated close to the market town of Egremont with its castle ruin and the Florence Mine tourist attraction. There is plenty of walking opportunity from the door and the historic seaside village of St Bees with its sandy beach is located about 3 miles away. The property is well placed for access to the delights of the Western Lake District with beautiful Loweswater, unspoilt Ennerdale and dramatic Wastwater all within reach. There is a range of schooling in Egremont including the West Lakes Academy and plenty of local shopping facilities. Work opportunities exist in the nearby town of Whitehaven and nuclear related industries supporting Sellafield.