Description

Nestled in a semi rural position on the Western fringe of the Lake District National Park, this extensive detached property is perfectly suited to the modern family who enjoy the great outdoors. Constructed for a well respected local builder some 35 years ago, Coledale occupies a generous plot with a delightful beck running through established gardens and a sun terrace with hot tub. Internally the property is finished in a contemporary style yet feels warm and inviting, the high point undoubtedly being the large games room with full size snooker table. In addition, the property boasts a guest suite with bedroom and shower room - perfect for friends to stay or a dependent relative. All in all a wonderful family home.

Features
  • Extensive detached family home on fringe of Lake District
    Three reception rooms including full size snooker room
    Stylish Kitchen with breakfast area and conservatory
    Four bedrooms plus separate ground floor guest suite.
    Established gardens with delightful beck running through
    Sun terrace with summerhouse and hot tub
Accomodation
The extensive accommodation includes entrance porch, ground floor WC, galleried entrance hall, living room, snooker room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, utility room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms, & family bathroom. The guest suite with own ground floor entrance includes bedroom with sitting area and wet room style en-suite.
Externally
Coledale enjoys really beautiful gardens which have matured over the years and now afford a good deal of privacy. The main area to the rear is lawned with a footbridge that leads over a small stream to a seating area in the trees on the other side. Overlooking this garden area is a sun terrace with lit seating area, a summerhouse and a hot tub to enjoy the famous West Cumbrian sunsets after a day on the fells. The gardens continue round the other three sides of the house and include a further lawned area and a low maintenance tiered garden laid with slate chippings and a chrome water feature. There is parking for a number of vehicles and an integral garage.
Local Information
Lamplugh is an ancient village situated on the western edge of the Lake District National Park. It has stunning views of the Lakeland Fells and being on the Coast to coast walk is very popular with walkers. The delights of Loweswater and Ennerdale Water are within easy reach. The village is popular with tourists who are attracted to the beautiful church of St Michael and Cogra Moss Reservoir is a perfect place to fish. Lamplugh has its own primary school and the shopping, leisure facilities, wine bars and restaurants in Cockermouth are only a 7 mile drive away.

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