JENKINSON PLACE LOWESWATER A traditional Cumbrian former

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					                                   JENKINSON PLACE
                              LAKE DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK

   A traditional Cumbrian former farmhouse dating back to approximately 1646 plus
  adjoining range of stone farm buildings standing in an idyllic setting with magnificent
views overlooking Loweswater, close to the market towns of Cockermouth and Keswick,
 within The Lake District National Park. Jenkinson Place offers a 4 bedroom farmhouse,
       detached 2 bedroom cottage, range of outbuildings and barns, gardens and
  approximately 5.08 acres (2.06Ha) or thereabouts of ring fenced permanent pasture.

                                PRICE GUIDE £900,000


Study           10' 8 x 8' 9 (3.25m x 2.67m)
                Window to rear elevation, night storage heater, door to;

Cloakroom       8' 9 x 4' 11 (2.66m x 1.51m)
                Opaque glazed uPVC window with beam over, wc, bidet, wash hand basin, wall mounted electric

Sitting Room    32' 5 x 16' 0 (9.89m x 4.87m)
                Large lounge with feature inglenook fireplace with beam and inset slate fireplace and hearth, 3
                central heating radiators, 3 uPVC windows, exposed beams.

Door to Inner hall with curved staircase to first floor and doors to;

Pantry          Walk in pantry with window, shelving, original sconces, lighting and power.

Dining Area     9' 4 x 22' 9 through to kitchen (2.84m x 6.93m)
                Wooden framed double glazed window with magnificent views to Loweswater and fells, central
                heating radiator, Worcester Danesmoor floor standing oil fired central heating boiler, room
                opens into kitchen.

Kitchen         18' 2 x 7' 4 (5.54m x 2.23m)
                Dual aspect wooden framed double glazed windows with magnificent views, plumbing for
                washing machine, electric cooker point, range of base units, stainless steel sink, glazed door with
                side window into;
Rear Hall       8' 2 x 6' 8 (2.50m x 2.02m)
                Wooden entrance door, central heating radiator, uPVC window to front, BT point, cloaks hanging
                area, door to lounge.

From Inner hall, curved staircase with 2 wooden framed double glazed windows, leading to half landing and door

Bathroom        9' 0 x 6' 0 (2.74m x 1.82m)
                uPVC window, exposed beam, wc, wash hand basin, bath, central heating radiator, tiled splash

Further stairs to landing with exposed beams, central heating radiator, loft access, roof light, doors to under
eaves storage areas, BT point.

Bedroom 1       15' 11 x 8' 10 (4.86m x 2.69m)
                Double. uPVC window to front, two built in cupboards, stripped wooden floor.

Bedroom 2       12' 6 x 7' 7 (3.81m x 2.30m)
                Double. uPVC window to front, shelving.

Bedroom 3       15' 11 x 10' 8 (4.84m x 3.25m)
                Double. uPVC front elevation, two built in cupboards.

Bedroom 4       16' 0 x 9' 3 (4.88m x 2.81m)
                Double. uPVC window to front.
Energy Performance Graphs


A tarmac driveway leads into the yard with parking for several vehicles. There are attractive raised lawns and
mature flowerbeds and further garden areas with lawns, flower beds and bounded by mature hedges. There are
stunning views over Loweswater and Western Fells.


There are a range of substantial stone outbuildings, with predominantly slate roofing attached to the farmhouse,
comprising of former stables with cobbled floor and loft over, shippon with concrete floor, passage into grazing
area with entrance to further former shippon, former cooler. Doors from the main yard lead into the main barn
with lofted area and main traditional L shaped barn.

A detached cottage lies within the main yard, with parking and garden area. When not required fro family use,
this has been used as both holiday and residential let.

Kitchen         3.05m x 2.13m (10' 0 x 7' 0)
                Exposed beams, electric storage heater, stainless steel sink, electric cooker point, door to;

Sitting Room    5.18m x 3.20m (17' 0 x 10' 6)
                Feature Lakeland slate fireplace, hearth and mantle, electric storage heater.

Wooden staircase to first floor with doors to;

Bathroom        Bath, wc, wash hand basin, wall mounted electric heater.

Bedroom 1       Double. Wall mounted electric heater.

Bedroom 2       Single. Wall mounted electric heater, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and shelving.

Utility Room    Lean to on gable end of barn, for use with the cottage.

Energy Performance Graphs

The land extends to approximately 5.82 acres, 0.74 acres of which comprises of the house, outbuildings and
gardens. The remaining 5.08 acres or thereabouts is gently sloping permanent pasture, ring fenced and split into
three fields with interconnecting access along with access into the yard. These are currently let out on a seasonal
grazing licence. There are single payment entitlements with the land which will be transferred to the purchaser at
no extra charge.

Rights of Way Bridleway passes through driveway to the SW boundary of the property

Tenure          Freehold with vacant possession

Services        Mains water and electricity, septic tank drainage, partial oil fired central heating to farmhouse,
                electric heating to farmhouse and cottage.

Council Tax     Farmhouse Council Tax Band G
                Cottage Council Tax Band D
                Allerdale Borough Council

                The property lies within The Lake District National Park.

Viewings        Strictly by appointment with the Agents: Mitchells, Tithe House, 45 Station Road, Cockermouth,
                Cumbria, CA13 9PZ.
                Tel 01900 827292

General         All measurements have been taken using a Laser measure and therefore may be subject to a
                small margin of error. Whilst every care has been taken to ensure that the information contained
                within these particulars are correct, Mitchells have not tested any of the services, fittings or
                equipment included in the sale and therefore we strongly advise any prospective purchaser to
                satisfy themselves by way of a survey as to the condition of the property and the working order of
                any appliances included within the sale.

Free Market
Appraisal       Mitchells will be happy to provide you with a free market appraisal and friendly confidential sales
                advice without obligation. Please do not hesitate to give us a ring to discuss marketing and selling
                your home.

Date of Marketing June 2011

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