Tigh-Na-Burn, Brackenber Lodge, Shap, Penrith

£335,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
MODERN DETACHED HOUSE OVER THREE LEVELS

LOUNGE/DINER WITH MULTI FUEL BURNER

MODERN KITCHEN AND A UTILITY ROOM

TWO BATH/SHOWER ROOMS

FOUR BEDROOMS

SPA ROOM/ORAGERY, VAST ELEVATED DECKING

PARKING/GARDENS AND A PURPOSE BUILT STORES

ENERGY RATING C

An opportunity to purchase this four bedroom a4 Bedrooms, 2 Reception Rooms, 2 Bathrooms, House, Detached, Garden, Off Street Parking, Modernnd unique detached house. This property has undergone a huge transformation and is nearing completion. Will consider an offer if a purchaser completes the work. The property is situated on the west side of Shap which benefits from having uninterrupted, stunning views of the Lake Distract fells, superb local walks and yet easy access to Shap village which offers amenities and public houses. M6, A6 are both at hand. The accommodation offers;

Below the ground floor, Marble and Travertine tiled Spa room, comes complete with a hot tub, (subject to property offers). Wall lighting and a ladder type towel radiator. Store rooms and door to outside. The ground floor offers a through entrance hall with two stair cases off, utility room, bedroom, and shower room. The kitchen has been fitted with a contemporary units and appliances. The lounge/dining room has been fitted with a feature multi fuel burner and French doors which leads to the Orangery which offers superb views and continues through to the impressive and elevated decked patio which has wood and tempered glass railings. The first floor of the property offers three further bedrooms and a bathroom.

Outside offers parking for three vehicles. The gardens are tiered giving separate levels of landscaped areas. There is a purpose built store measuring 13'0" x 11'3" with insulated walls, power and lighting. Viewing comes highly recommended.

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