Talkin, Brampton

£269,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive three bed detached sandstone dwelling with pleasant rear garden and open rural aspect beautifully placed in the centre of this pretty North Cumbrian village which has a popular public house. Character retained. Potential to extend.

DETAILS

A traditional Cumbrian detached sandstone dwelling with rear garden and open rural aspect, beautifully placed in the centre of a pretty village with a popular public house. Three bedrooms. Character retained. Potential to extend.  

APPROXIMATE DISTANCES IN MILES Talkin Tarn 0.8 Brampton 2.8 M6 J43 7.7 Carlisle station 10 Lake District - Ullswater 30.5 Newcastle International Airport 48 

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY Entrance lobby Utility Sitting room Living room Kitchen First floor landing Double bedrooms one and two Bedroom three Bathroom Forecourt parking Rear garden Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage Gas central heating Council Tax Band E Energy Performance Rating E Freehold 

SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION Ash Tree House occupies a prime site in the heart of the pretty village of Talkin which is surrounded by attractive undulating Cumbrian countryside near Talkin Tarn Country Park. The village has an established public house which serves food and other nearby facilities include Brampton Golf Club which is approximately one mile as well as The Boat House tearoom and other activities at the Tarn. Brampton is just a short distance by car where a good range of amenities are available including William Howard Secondary School. Brampton station serves Newcastle and Carlisle and the main road network is accessible including the A69 connecting Newcastle, the M6 and Carlisle. The region's areas of natural and historic interest are to hand including Hadrian's Wall, the beautiful Eden Valley and the Lake District National Park.  

The property has an interesting history circa early 17th century known as a classic Cumbrian Two Cell house and will have had a thatched roof before a major transformation in the second half of the 19th century. Since the 80's the property has been re-modelled and improved and most recently the main roof and dormers were re-slated and re-leaded over a breather membrane in approximately 2012.  

The accommodation has character and the benefit of two living rooms and a modest kitchen on the ground floor. The three bedrooms and bathroom are on the first floor and there is potential on the left hand side of the building to extend over two storeys subject to planning. The property is complemented by its setting and gardens which enjoy an open aspect.  

Viewing is of course recommended for those seeking an attractive village home amongst rural surroundings.  

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01228 810300

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