A beautifully presented family home within the highly sought after village of Staveley.This four bed detached house provides versatile accommodation that could be altered to provide accommodation suitable for a family dependent (as has been in the past). Twin garage, plenty parking with lovely gardens and views
Full description:Bobbin Cottage, Danes Road, Staveley, Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 9PR
DIRECTIONS As you drive away from Kendal via the A591, in the direction of Windermere, ignore the first turning for Staveley by the railway crossing and progress along for approximately another half a mile to a mile, taking the next turning on the right signposted for Staveley. You will then see the property almost immediately on the right hand side.
12'7" (3.84 m) X 11'0" (3.37 m) The part glazed entrance door opens into an impressive sized hallway which is neutrally decorated with stained woodwork and patterned border paper beneath the ceiling. There is a built-in storage cupboard, radiator and doors exiting into the lounge kitchen, dining room, shower room and also into the garages.
24'5" (7.44 m) X 10'9" (3.29 m) This superbly proportioned dual purpose room runs the full depth of the property, providing a lounge area with patio doors into the garden. The neutrally decorated room has a wall mounted fireplace within the lounge space providing a focal point.
The kitchen is beautifully finished with an oak finish to the cabinet front and contrasting coloured laminate work surface which has a low level breakfast table fitted alongside. Integrated within the kitchen is a double oven with grill, gas hob with concealed cooker hood, a fridge and also a double bowl sink which has a window unit behind.
9'4" (2.86 m) X 6'9" (2.06 m) Fitted with a traditional three piece suite with chrome effect fitments to the wash basin. There is an independent shower cubicle with a mixer shower fitted within and extractor fan alongside. The room has a central heating radiator and tile splashback behind the sink, a window unit with opening upper pane and opaque glazing.
DINING ROOM/BEDROOM FOUR
10'9" (3.09 m) X 9'5" (2.88 m) Comfortably accommodating a six place dining table, the room has a radiator fitted beneath the front window which overlooks the banked garden to the front.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING There is a tall picture window alongside the half landing which provides lots of natural light into the stairwell and also onto the landing area. The landing has a large loft access point with drop down ladder, there is also a central heating radiator and a built-in cylinder airing cupboard.
24'4" (7.44 m) X 10'9" (3.30 m) This second fabulous sized lounge runs the full depth of the property providing pleasant outlooks from each of the exposed elevations. The room centres around a fireplace with a polished wooden surround, marble conglomerate inset and hearth and a multi-fuel stove set within. The room is lightly decorated with a border paper to approximately dado height and also running along beneath the coving.
The room has a great outlook to the front elevation beyond properties on to the elevated fells behind and also through the remaining windows onto the adjacent copse.
14'5" (4.40 m) X 9'1" (2.78 m) The principal bedroom offers good double proportions and also offers a range of fitted furniture with matching wardrobes and drawers. There are windows to two elevations and also a fitted radiator.
11'3" (3.44 m) X 9'6" (2.91 m) The second bedroom also offers excellent proportions with the room overlooking the driveway/gardens and to the rear of the neighbouring properties gardens. The room itself has a radiator and also a built-in cloaks cupboard.
12'6" (3.82 m) X 9'0" (2.76 m) The final bedroom comfortably accommodates two full-size single beds with space between for a set of drawers. This lightly decorated room has a radiator installed beneath the front window which provides a pleasant view towards properties and on to the elevated fells behind.
8'1" (2.46 m) X 7'8" (2.34 m) Fitted with a three piece suite with brass coloured fitments, cupboard storage beneath the wash basin and a dark stained panelling alongside the bath. There is a shower attachment fitted to the mixer taps of the bath with a fixed single panel shower screen alongside.
19'6" (5.95 m) X 11'0" (3.37 m) The slightly longer of the two integral garages has a utility space to the rear with fitted work surface and space beneath for a washing machine and clothes dryer. There is also a wall mounted boiler running the central heating system and also providing the hot water via the cylinder tank in the first-floor cupboard.
The garage itself is accessed via an up and over door where there is also the advantage of having power and lighting facility and a double glazed window to the side wall. There is an interconnecting door with the adjacent garage.
14'9" (4.51 m) X 9'10" (3.01 m) Although the smaller of the two garages, the internal dimensions of this space are certainly more generous than the average garage. Access is provided again by an up and over door to the front with an internal connecting door to the rear. The garage has power and lighting and also a double glazed window to the external elevations.
DRIVEWAY Gated access allows vehicle access on to the driveway where there is extensive parking and space for several vehicles and also for a caravan /trailer.
GARDENS The large plot provides several areas of garden which have been established and well maintained over a long period of time. There are colourful planted rockery beds and borders, a private secluded patio to the rear and also a fruit/vegetable garden area where there is also a greenhouse.
PLEASE NOTE This property has the potential to be used as a self contained granny flat to the ground floor, with the first floor providing a large lounge/diner, two double bedrooms, kitchen (adapted from the third bedroom) and bathroom. There is also an airing cupboard on the first floor.
There is land adjacent to the property which is not owned by the property but South Lakeland District Council have given the owners written permission for its use. Some of the photographs used in the brochure were taken at different seasonal times of the year.