A spacious and stylishly presented first floor apartment in the impressive Hampsfield House. Set high on the edge of lovely Hampsfell and surrounded by beautiful, extensive gardens with stunning views, this is a rare opportunity to experience country house living with contemporary style.
Full description:DIRECTIONS Leaving Grange along Main Street, proceed to the mini roundabout and take the first left hand turn into Windermere Road. Continue along Windermere Road and proceed uphill out of Grange. At the brow take a left-hand turn signposted for Hampsfield House and continue along the private road, through the woodland and over the cattle grid. As you drive through open grazing land you will reach the Hampsfield House development.
LOCATION Located within the Lake District National Park World Heritage Site, the Hampsfield House estate enjoys a stunning hill-top location with breath-taking views. Built in 1880, the stately home was stylishly converted into apartments in 2003. While being in a secluded location, the property is on the edge of bustling Grange-over-Sands with its shops, cafes, popular promenade and two golf courses. It is ideally placed to take advantage of all that South Lakes has to offer being only a ten minute drive from the shores of Lake Windermere but also only a twenty minute drive from Junction 36 of the M6.
4 Hampsfield House combines the essence of country house living with contemporary style and convenience. It is a beautifully presented, centrally heated first floor apartment which is elegantly and tastefully decorated throughout whilst retaining many character features.
Positioned at the front of the Victorian mansion, the apartment benefits from dual aspect views over the gardens and driveway. An ideal home for couples seeking a primary residence or their perfect holiday retreat.
The apartment is approached by an electronically operated gateway and allocated parking directly in front of the building. A communal entrance door with attractive tiled flooring opens into a porch area with individual post boxes for the apartment. A glazed door opens into the impressive entrance hallway with solid oak staircase and wooden panelling provides access to the first floor. There is a private entrance door to apartment four.
The main living room is impressively spacious, featuring high-level ceilings with detailed cornicing and ceiling roses. It is complemented by original window panelling and a feature fireplace set within a marble surround and polished black granite hearth. It offers magnificent views of Morecambe Bay.
The breakfast kitchen is fitted with a wide range of wooden wall and base units and a contrasting work surface to either side of the room.
Fitted within the work surface is a one and a half sink drainer with mixer tap and a four ring Neff gas hob with extractor hood over. Incorporated within the units is a Neff oven and grill with microwave oven above, built-in fridge freezer, dishwasher and washer dryer. A breakfast table and chairs is positioned at the far end of the room allowing views over the communal gardens and fields beyond.
Located along the hallway there are two bedrooms and bathroom. The master bedroom is a large sized double which has been complemented with a range of fitted wardrobes, an additional fitted cupboard and an en-suite shower room. The shower room comprises of a three-piece suite in white to include a corner shower cubicle with wall mounted shower attachment over, WC and wash hand basin with vanity storage below.
The second bedroom is a further double bedroom, currently occupying two twin beds the room can easily accommodate a King size bed with space around for bedroom furniture.
The bathroom comprises of a modern three-piece suite in white to include a bath with wall mounted shower attachment over, WC and wash hand basin with cupboard storage below.
There is plenty of extra storage space in the extensive communal cellar rooms underneath the house.
The apartment benefits from extensive and beautifully maintained communal gardens which include lawns, planted beds, natural rockery and woodlands. Paved paths allow access all around the gardens and there are plenty of garden seats to choose from to enjoy the views with a coffee or a drink!
Leasehold 999 years from 2002. Maintenance charges £2,800 per annum.
24'5 (7.45 m) X 17'10 (5.45 m)
18'1 (5.52 m) X 7'9 (2.39 m)
14'1 (4.30 m) X 13'2 (4.02 m) maximum measurements
8'10 (2.71 m) X 4'5 (1.37 m)
12'9 (3.89 m) X 10'9 (3.20 m) maximum measurements
5'8 (1.74 m) X 7'3 (2.21 m)