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A beautiful and stylishly presented semi-detached limestone and sandstone built property situated a short walk from the town centre. The property benefits from fantastic sized rooms, surrounding gardens and an outbuilding which has been utilised as an entertainments room with bar. An impressive family home which must be viewed to be appreciated.
Full description:DIRECTIONS Driving into the town centre from Tudor Square, take the first right hand turn into Cleator Street. Proceed up Cleator Street until you reach the junction with Chapel Street. Take a right hand turn and proceed along where you will find number 130 on the right-hand side.
LOCATION Situated only a couple minutes walk from the town centre, the property provides easy access to many shops and amenities, coffee shops and transport links to the nearby towns of Ulverston and Barrow. The market town of Dalton boasts primary and secondary schools, leisure centre with swimming pool and gym and a railway station for commuting links.
DESCRIPTION This charming stone built semi-detached property is not only architecturally attractive from the outside, it is stylishly presented with modern decor on the inside. The property has undergone a beautiful transformation throughout including a superb open plan kitchen and sitting room with double doors leading out onto the rear garden.
To the outside the workshop has been redeveloped into an entertainments room with bar and a wood burning stove, ideal for all year round use.
There is also an additional large main reception room currently used as a lounge diner as well as a family bathroom to the ground floor whilst upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a separate WC facility.
The property is approached via pedestrian access alongside the front garden leading to the front door. The front door opens into an entrance hall which provides access to the ground floor accommodation and stairs leading to the first floor.
The lounge offers fabulous sized proportions to accommodate both living as well as dining room furniture. A large bay window bathes the room in natural sunlight and provides views onto the front garden. A modern electric fire set within the chimney breast provides a focal point to the room.
The open plan kitchen and second reception room extend the full width of the property and provide a fantastic family living and work space with patio doors leading onto the private rear garden. The kitchen has been fitted with a modern range of wooden wall and base units and a contrasting work surface over housing a circular sink unit with mixer tap. There is recess space for an upright fridge freezer, dishwasher and cooker with extractor hood over. A central breakfast island provides an additional work surface and cupboard space.
A door from the kitchen opens into a rear porch area which in turn provides access to the ground floor bathroom and a separate door leads outside to the entertainments room, utility and garden.
The bathroom comprises of a four piece suite in white to include a corner bath with handheld shower attachment, shower enclosure, WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
The first floor accommodation comprises of three tastefully decorated double bedrooms with contrasting outlooks and a separate WC.
Outside to the front is a lawn garden with raised planted flower beds and an area of decking enclosed with a hedgerow and fence boundary. A gate provides access to the enclosed rear garden with an area of patio and a pond. The converted outbuilding is located at the rear and provides a fantastic entertainments facility with bar area and wood burning stove allowing for all year round use. There is also an outside utility/store providing plumbing for a washing machine and space for outdoor equipment.
11'10 (3.62 m) X 17'10 (5.40 m)
maximum measurements into the bay
13'10 (4.22 m) X 11'3 (3.43 m)
11'10 (3.61 m) X 12'5 (3.79 m)
7'1 (2.18 m) X 10'7 (3.24 m)
13'11 (4.23 m) X 13'10 (3.63 m)
11'11 (3.64 m) X 11'11 (3.64 m)
13'10 (4.22 m) X 12'0 (3.67 m) maximum measurements