Warwick-on-Eden, Carlisle

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Bedrooms: 4
An impressive and substantial Grade II listed home of immense character. Large and private landscaped garden. Workshop/garage and attached byre. Excellent living space and ample bedrooms.


An impressive and substantial home of immense character. Large and private landscaped garden. Workshop/garage and attached byre. Excellent living space and ample bedrooms. 

entrance hallway living room snug open plan kitchen dining four double bedrooms including one en-suite modern family bathroom large gated parking area workshop/garage attached byre with development potential cellar landscaped garden including decking, patio and substantial sunmmerhouse EPC D council tax band gas central heating mains drainage single glazing, some secondary glazing Grade II listed  

APPROXIMATE MILEAGES M6 motorway 2 Warwick Bridge 0.7 Carlisle 4 Brampton 5.3 Penrith - North Lake District 20.8 Newcastle International Airport 51.5 

WHY WARWICK-ON-EDEN? The small village of Warwick-on-Eden is conveniently located just to the east of Carlisle and benefits from a good pub/restaurant as well as being served by a regular bus in to Carlisle. The village is readily accessible from both directions being just off the A69 and has a good range of amenities within a short drive. Warwick Bridge has a Co-op and butchers, with the full range of amenities in Carlisle being just a few minutes drive in the other direction. Carlisle Golf Club is within close proximity as is the Lake District National Park. 

ACCOMMODATION The beautifully proportioned living accommodation is offered in good order throughout and offers significant further potential thanks to the attached byre and workshop/garage that flank either side of the main house, not to mention the cellar which sits below. The property dates to the 1830's and retains a wealth of original features both inside and out. The property is arranged in a traditional four square layout, with the kitchen and dining room having been combined in to one large open plan space. The kitchen, with large island, gives a more contemporary feel to the space and benefits from a range of integrated appliances. The far end of the room, complete with impressive wood burning stove is home to a generous dining table making the space fantastic for entertaining. To the other side of the central hallway there is a sitting room which also has a good size stove and a smaller snug sitting room to the rear currently utilised as a playroom, with another impressive fireplace. To the rear of the hallway is a small utility area and rear porch leading to the ample paved driveway and rear gardens. The cellar can also be accessed via a door under the stairs. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, one being en-suite and the family bathroom. The largest of the bedrooms has the benefit of built in cupboards and a functioning log burning stove within the fireplace. The family bathroom, like the kitchen, benefits from a more contemporary finish and has both a bath and separate shower. The second bedroom, which has the potential to create a small walk-in wardrobe within a recess, also benefits from an en-suite shower room. The third and fourth bedrooms to the rear of the property are both good double rooms. The impressive nature of the property continues outside, where the current owners have extensively landscaped. The large gated and block paved driveway sits across the rear of the property and separates the house from the garden. The garden is a superb entertaining space, with a large composite decked area, paved patio and generous lawn. To the rear of the lawn, which is flanked by flowerbeds is a greenhouse and the centre piece of the garden the sizeable wooden summer house. Either side of the main house there is additional accommodation, with a large coach house/garage to one side and a byre/former stable to the other. The coach house has wooden double doors to the front and could be utilised as garage. The byre, which has a mezzanine level, could with the necessary permissions, be converted to form either additional or annex accommodation to the main house.

In short, Warwick House is a superb period home, with a generous garden, conveniently located for access to Carlisle and the main road network. 

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