Westend, Burgh by Sands

£369,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A lovely detached 4 bed family home with ensuite in a delightful setting on the fringe of a good village with pub and primary school. Fabulous uninterrupted views from the rear. Generous living room and large kitchen diner. Great environment on the course of Hadrian's Wall close to the Solway Coast.

DETAILS

A lovely detached family home in a delightful setting on the fringe of a good village with pub and primary school. Fabulous open views overlooking the course of Hadrian's Wall which can't be built on. 

APPROXIMATE DISTANCES IN MILES Village Centre - The Greyhound Inn 0.5 Northern City Bypass 3.8 Bowness On Solway 6.7 Central Carlisle - Mainline Station 6.9 Lake District National Park - Caldbeck 14.6, Bassenthwaite Lake 23.9 Newcastle International Airport 62.7 

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY Porch Entrance hall and stairs Double width Living room Large open plan kitchen/diner open to garden and view Lobby access to side yard, workshop and garage Cloakroom First floor Rear double bedroom one, big views and ensuite shower room Front double bedroom two, dual aspect Front single bedroom three Rear single bedroom four, big views Front study/single bedroom five Family bathroom Two boarded and insulated attic rooms, one with double glazed window to rear Private gardens to front, side and rear Energy Performance Rating - C Council Tax Band - D Mains water, electricity and drainage Mains gas central heating PV panels installed 2012 provide the benefit of reduced grid electricity usage and generate income Freehold 

WHY BURGH BY SANDS The village has an active community and good amenity in the form of a playing field, public house serving food and a primary school. The location is rather special being close to the Solway Coast well known for its migrating birdlife and on the route of Hadrian's Wall National Trail. It is conveniently placed for access to Carlisle, the M6 and Lake District. It is notable as the place where Edward I of England died (Burgh Marsh) in 1307 and his body was kept in the church for three months before the final resting place in Westminster Abbey. St Michael's Church was built late in the 12th Century with stone from Hadrian's Wal on the site of a Norman church.

 

DESCRIPTION Wallgarth is a lovely family home with private gardens, enjoying an excellent setting and fine open views to the rear. The accommodation flows well and in particular the living areas are generous. There is space for sitting and dining in the large living room, and six windows to the south and east elevations flood the room with natural light. A log burning stove provides comfort for cosy nights in and also heats the hot water and a first floor radiator. At the rear is a spacious kitchen/diner great for day to day living and for entertaining. The room has a dual aspect and French doors access the garden and view. 

On the first floor are the four/five bedrooms of which two are good doubles. The main bedroom has an ensuite and the aspect is open to the big view of the Solway Plain towards Scotland. The study/fifth bedroom would make an excellent dressing room which could easily be incorporated into the main bedroom. The family bathroom has the benefit of a bath and separate shower cubicle. 

In brief Wallgarth is an appealing package in a pretty location. Viewing is of course recommended. 

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01228 810300

Hayward Tod

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