- Spacious Detached Barn Conversion at the Top End of a Quiet Lane
- Highly Desirable Village Location on the Fringe of the Lake District National Park
- Living Room, Garden Room, Dining Kitchen + Study
- Ground Floor Principal Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room
- 2 Further Double Bedrooms, 1 with a Covered Balcony + a Family Bathroom
- Off Road Parking + Garage
- Delightful Garden with a High Level of Privacy and Direct Sunlight
- Oil Fired Central Heating via a Condensing Boiler
- Tenure - Freehold. Council Tax Band - F. EPC Rate - F
Hidden away at the head of a private lane at the end of a cul-de-sac in the desirable village of Stainton on the periphery of the Lake District National Park, Parkend is a converted barn which has been extended to create a wonderful home with spacious and flexible accommodation comprising: Hallway, Living Room, Garden Room, Study, Dining Kitchen, a Ground Floor Principal Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Cloakroom, 2 First Floor Double Bedrooms, 1 having a covered Balcony overlooking the garden and there is a Family Bathroom. Outside there is Off Road Parking, a Garage with Laundry Area and a delightful Garden which benefits from a high degree of privacy and direct sunshine. The property also benefits from being Double Glazed and has Oil Fired Central Heating via a Condensing Boiler.
In the village of Stainton is a Church of England nursery and primary school with an Ofsted Rating of Good. The village has an active Village Hall with Community Farmers’ Market, Craft Fair and Café held on the third Saturday of the month (March to December), a Methodist Church, Post Office, public house and a hotel/restaurant. A regular bus service provides access to Penrith, Keswick, Cockermouth etc. The Parish church of St Andrew is in the neighbouring village of Dacre. Other denominations are to be found in Penrith. Stainton is also adjacent to the Lake District National Park being only 4 miles from Ullswater. All main facilities are in Penrith. Penrith is a popular market town with a population of around 16,000 people and facilities include; infant, junior and secondary schools. There are 5 supermarkets and a good range of locally owned and national high street shops. Leisure facilities include: a leisure centre with; swimming pool, climbing wall, indoor bowling, badminton courts and a fitness centre as well as; golf, rugby and cricket clubs. There is also a 3 screen cinema and Penrith Playhouse. Penrith is known as the Gateway to the North Lakes and is conveniently situated for Ullswater and access to the fells, benefiting from the superb outdoor recreation opportunities.
Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. Heating fuelled by oil.
The property is freehold and the council tax is band F.
STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT WITH WILKES-GREEN + HILL
Through a hardwood door with double glazed side window to the;
Having exposed beams to the ceiling, part quarry tiled flooring, stairs lead to the first floor and there is a double radiator, a single radiator and panelled doors off.
Living Room (4.50m x 7.06m)
An oil fired flame effect stove is set in a local stone surround with a quarry tiled hearth. There is a ceiling trap to the roof space above, a TV aerial point, a telephone point, three wall light points, two double radiators and a double glazed window looking onto the garden. A broad opening leads to a study area and glazed bifold doors open to the;
Garden Room (3.84m x 3.58m)
Having double glazed windows to three sides with double doors opening to the outside. The floor is quarry tiled with underfloor heating.
Study (1.40m x 4.09m)
There are handmade bespoke bookcases made by E.Graham & Son Ltd, Plumpton on two sides and double glazed windows along one wall. The floor is vinyl tiled and a panel door opens to the
Rear Lobby (1.37m x 2.97m)
Having two double glazed windows, a night storage heater and a stable door to the outside.
Dining Kitchen (3.35m x 5.74m)
In the dining area there is a double radiator, a TV point plus internet port and a double glazed window with lovely open outlook to the neighbouring field.
The kitchen is fitted with wood fronted units and a wood effect work surface incorporating a stainless steel single drainer sink with mixer tap and tiled splashback. There is a built in electric double oven, a gas hob with cooker hood and space for an upright fridge freezer. There are recessed downlights, and a double glazed window looking over the rear garden to the surrounding fields.
Bedroom One (4.62m x 4.78m)
Built in wardrobes along one wall providing hanging space and shelving. A double glazed window looks onto the surrounding fields. There is a double radiator and a telephone point. plus TV point.
En-Suite (1.78m x 3.30m)
Fitted with a toilet having a concealed cistern, a bidet, a wash basin and a large shower tray across one end of the room, tiled to three sides with a two head mains fed shower. The ceiling has recessed down lights and the floor is ceramic tiled with electric under floor heating. There is a shaver socket, an electric heated towel rail and double glazed window.
Accessed from the hall and fitted with a toilet and wash basin. The floor is quarry tiled and there is single radiator and an extractor fan.
There is a split landing with two access hatches to the roof space and pine doors off. A walk in airing cupboard has a single radiator and shelves.
Bedroom Two (4.39m x 3.81m)
uPVC double glazed double doors open onto a covered balcony overlooking the garden to the neighbouring fields and a uPVC double glazed window to the gable gives a view over the village to the surrounding countryside. Built in furniture to one wall has hanging, shelving and drawer space and there is a double radiator and a TV aerial lead.
Bedroom Three (4.78m x 3.43m)
To one side is a built in wardrobe with hanging and shelving space and to the other is access to an under eaves store cupboard. There is a double radiator and a uPVC double glazed window looks out across the neighbouring fields.
Bathroom (2.08m x 2.24m)
Fitted with a toilet, a wash hand basin and a panelled bath having an electric shower over and tiling around. The ceiling is partly sloped with a double glazed velux window and there is a shaver socket/light, an extractor fan, a heated towel rail and a double radiator.
Parkend is accessed along a private lane over which there is a right of access to a parking area suitable for two to three cars and access to the;
Garage (5.03m x 5.03m)
Having double wooden vehicle doors and a pedestrian door to the garden.
To one side is a laundry area with stainless steel single drainer sink in a base unit and plumbing for a washing machine.
A floor mounted Grant condensing oil fired boiler provides the central heating and hot water via a pressurised hot water tank.
There are lights, power points, a water supply and window to the front.
A gate to the side of the garage opens into the garden with a flagged area and steps up to the main entrance and extending along the width of the house.
The garden is mainly to lawn with well stocked beds and borders having a wide variety of shrubs and flowers.
To the side of the garden room there is a pergola covered patio with seating area.
To the rear is a narrow strip of garden to gravel with raised beds.
Garden Shed (2.44m x 5.08m)
Having light and power.
The garden to Parkend offers a high degree of privacy and direct sunlight