Thelmlea is an imposing Victorian residence dating back to 1897, constructed for William Wilson of the Faulders Brewing Company in Keswick. It sits in a prominent position on the outskirts of the hugely popular village of Braithwaite and offers panoramic views of a whole host of fells, notably including Barrow, Catbells, Walla Crag, Clough Head, Latrigg and Skiddaw. Built over three floors, the property had been utilised as a Guest House for a number of years but is now in private ownership and will also make an excellent second home or holiday let, as the accommodation lends itself perfectly to the two family market. All in all, a lovely home in a fantastic location.
An imposing Victorian Detached residence dating back to 1897.
Set in a picturesque location on the outskirts of the village of Braithwaite and enjoying panoramic views of the fells.
Offering three good reception rooms to the ground floor.
A total of seven bedrooms, three with en-suite, plus a family bathroom and separate shower room.
Generous lawned gardens to all sides, making the most of the spectacular views.
Suitable as a main residence, a holiday let for two families, or Guesthouse if desired.
The extensive accommodation includes a covered veranda with door to entrance hall, ground floor WC, Living room, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, four first floor bedrooms, two with en-suites , separate shower room and bathroom, three second floor bedrooms, one with en-suite.
The property sits in the middle of its plot, thus enjoying generous lawned gardens to all sides. As part of a development scheme to the rear, a new driveway will lead in to the far right side of the plot and branch off to provide parking for Thelmlea at the rear, while continuing onwards to serve two new build houses further back. The gardens to the side will therefore increase in size. The garden area to the front is established and includes a delightful covered veranda with original tiled floor and seat. A place to enjoy the panoramic views of the fells.
The village of Braithwaite is a pretty and hugely popular village which lies beside Coledale beck at the bottom of the Whinlatter Pass and is located 2.5 miles to the west of Keswick. Some of the best hill walking in The Lakes can be done from here including the famous Coledale Round plus the summits of Barrow and Oughterside. The Whinlatter mountain bike trail centre is located on the hillside above the village where Ospreys can also be viewed.
The village itself has a number of pubs & hotels including The Coledale Inn, Royal Oak and The Middle Ruddings hotel and there is also a campsite, village store plus the Church of St Herbert. The Braithwaite primary school caters for Children between 3-11 years of age.