Warwick Bridge, Carlisle

£350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
Presentable six bed, two ensuite detached house with delightful private rear garden incorporating the Troutbeck and enjoying a rural aspect. Large conservatory. Detached garage. Most convenient location adjacent to the A69. Superb amenity to hand. Walk to primary school, Co-op and renowned butcher.

DETAILS

Presentable six bed detached house with delightful private rear garden incorporating the Troutbeck and rural aspect. Large conservatory. Detached garage. 

APPROXIMATE DISTANCES IN MILES M6 J43 2.9 Brampton 4.5 Central Carlisle - mainline station 5 Lake District National Park - Caldbeck 18.6, Ullswater 26 Newcastle International Airport 50.5 

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY Porch Hall and stairs Sitting room Fitted breakfast kitchen Utility room Conservatory Study Double bedroom one with Jack and Jill ensuite bathroom First floor landing Double bedroom two with ensuite shower room Bedroom three with in room shower and wash basin Inner landing Double bedrooms four and five Single bedroom six Shower room Forecourt parking Detached garage with electric door Delightful rear garden Council Tax Band - D Energy Performance Rating - D All mains services Gas central heating Double glazing Freehold 

WHY WARWICK BRIDGE Thriving centre with an excellent range of local amenities including a Co-op, petrol station, primary school, renowned butchers and coffee shop. Dissected by the A69 the village is well connected for easy access west to the M6 and Carlisle and east for Brampton and Newcastle. The Eden Valley and Hadrian's Wall are on the doorstep and the Lake District and Solway Coast are within an easy driving distance. Of historical interest the catholic church was designed by the famous architect Pugin circa 1841, and is his only church in Cumbria. There are bus stops to Carlisle and Newcastle directly outside the property. Catchment area for William Howard Secondary School.  

DESCRIPTION Troutbeck Cottage is full of surprises under its white washed elevations. Every inch of the building has been used to create a generous family home that is adaptable to suit a variety of needs and the lovely garden and setting does not disappoint either. The property has the benefit of a ground floor bedroom with Jack and Jill ensuite. The living space works well and in particular the large conservatory at the rear is a very pleasant room to spend time in. The aspect out over the garden is private and it opens out onto a large sheltered terrace with pergola. The babbling beck is just a few feet away. The breakfast kitchen has a dual aspect including a window to the garden. The fitted units are Shaker style and a Rangemaster dual fuel gas cooker is provided. The utility room as a door to the rear garden. The study is an asset particularly for those that work from home.  

The first floor bedrooms work well and include a good double with an ensuite and another with an in room shower and wash basin. There are two further doubles, one with a range of fitted wardrobes. A single bedroom and shower room complete the picture.  

There are many positives however the private rear garden is wonderful. It has the benefit of sharing a boundary with a brick barn and this creates an impressive backdrop. As mentioned the Troutbeck runs through the top end of the garden and beyond this there are views of the countryside towards the fells. This is a bonus considering the property's suburban location.  

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