In the house, the ground floor accommodation briefly comprises: large farmhouse style dining room; hall; sitting room with door out to a charming terraced garden; study with stunning Georgian ceiling; kitchen with exposed beams and slate steps down to a useful basement/pantry and large conservatory to the rear aspect.
A beautiful period staircase rises to the first floor landing with access to the 3 bedrooms and huge house bathroom. A ladder staircase rises to the loft and provides a potential connection through to an extension, if built on the footprint of the attached barn. The 2 bedrooms to the front aspect enjoy superb views out to sea and across Morecambe Bay.
The attached barn is stone built with an open doorway to the rear aspect. Please note, access is not permitted due to the instability of the gable end wall.
A driveway currently runs to the rear of the house, with a parking area for 3/4 cars. The large detached barn currently comprises: large workshop with light and power; huge central barn; 3 additional store rooms - one without roof - to the front aspect, and a further store room to the rear. The barn has a second floor to the northern end, but access to this is not permitted on grounds of safety.
Outside, the house has gardens to the front and side aspects and these comprise lawns, vegetable beds, patio seating areas and a large feature pond. A further outbuilding provides storage space for bikes and tools and includes a WC. There are 2 greenhouses located in the top garden area. Steps and pathways lead down into the natural woodland, with a beck flowing through. To the rear of the property, there is a further patio seating area and feature pond. A small paddock area adjacent to the detached barn enjoys lovely views across the bay and would be ideal as a dedicated garden, following any conversion.
Nearby Ulverston is a charming market town with a good range of independent shops, bars and restaurants. The famous John Barrow Monument is situated on a hill above the town. Junction 36 on the M6 is approx. 25 miles drive, from which Carlisle and Scotland can be reached heading north and Lancaster, Preston and Manchester, south. Trains run from Ulverston Station to Barrow and Lancaster, with connections through to Preston and Manchester Airport. Ulverston Victoria High School is just over 2 miles away, with 3 primaries available within a few miles drive.
The Cragg is accessed via a single track adopted road from the A590 between Ulverston and Arrad Foot and is one of just 2 properties located at the top of this quiet no-through lane. The surrounding countryside is of high scenic value and a haven for wildlife. Just south of the spectacular Lake District National Park, the possibilities for day trips are numerous, with the unique coastal landscapes of Morecambe Bay providing fabulous views and walks. what3words: climate.lamplight.squeaks
Freehold Property. Council Tax Band G. Mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating. Private water supply with UV filtration. Septic tank - presumed non-compliant. Signed public footpath through woodland.
Good-sized farmhouse style dining room with French Doors to the rear aspect. Feature fireplace housing log burning stove. Built-in cupboard housing oil-fired central heating boiler. Cupboard with plumbing for dishwasher. Alcove cupboard for coat storage. Exposed beams. Flagstone floor. Access to hall.
Inner hall with period staircase rising to the first floor. Access to kitchen and sitting room.
Charming country kitchen with window to the side aspect. Range of base mounted units incorporating integral oven and hob. Fitted shelves. Belfast sink. Space for fridge and microwave. Exposed beams. Flagstone floor. Radiator. Steps down to basement. Access to conservatory.
Half-glazed conservatory with French Doors to the rear aspect. Flagstone floor. Radiator.
Slate steps lead down from the kitchen to a useful pantry/cellar with window to the side aspect. Stone shelves. Beam. Light and power. Concrete floor.
Superb family sitting room with window and external door with leaded light glazing to the front aspect. Feature fireplace with built-in cupboards to each side. Exposed beam. Rush matting. Radiator. Access to study.
Good-sized reception room, making an ideal study with window to the front aspect. Feature fireplace with built-in cupboards to each side. Stunning original Georgian ceiling. Exposed floorboards.
Stone-built attached barn with open double width doorway to the rear aspect. Open to roof height.
Central landing with feature internal window to the conservatory and rear aspect. Period staircase with open balustrade. Exposed floorboards. Access to bedrooms, bathroom and loft.
Good-sized double bedroom with window to front aspect and sea views. Period fireplace. Architrave. Painted floorboards. Radiator.
A further double bedroom with window to the front aspect and sea views. Original Georgian fireplace with built-in cupboard to side. Architrave. Carpet. Radiator.
Single bedroom with window to the side aspect. Exposed beams and floorboards. Radiator.
Large house bathroom with window to the rear aspect. Freestanding bathtub. Vanity unit with wash hand basin. WC. Built-in cupboard. Painted floorboards.
Large main barn with double doors to the front aspect and external door to the rear. Access to workshop and store.
Huge workshop with double doors to the front aspect. Light and power. Skylights. Access to main barn.
Store with external door to front aspect. Stairs rising to first floor. Access to main barn.
Further store room with external door to the front aspect.
Store room with open doorway to the front aspect. Roofless.
Store room housing water tank for garden.
Driveway running to rear of house to parking area for 3/4 cars. Patio seating area and further feature pond.
Gardens to front and side aspect of house with large pond, established shrubs and trees, patio seating areas to the front and side aspects, lawns, vegetable beds, 2 greenhouses and outbuilding used as a store, with separate WC. Steps and pathways into woodland.
Magical woodland strip with beck running through. Pathways and bridge crossings. Native plants and trees, including ancient oaks and small-leaved lime tree. Japanese maples, rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias. A real haven for wildlife.
Paddock area to side of the detached barn with superb views out to Morecambe Bay.
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