Nestled in a pretty Langdale hamlet, this 17th century Lakeland cottage offers walks in abundance from its doorstep.
The property has undergone a significant refurbishment, but kept in place its traditional features such as exposed ceiling beams, slate fireplace, thick walls, vaulted ceiling and picturesque windows.
This peaceful cottage promises fire-side warmth in winter, a terraced patio for summery days, and a fine local pub nearby to follow those hard days on the fells. The greatest treat is the view from the master bedroom’s brass bed.
Parking on the lane just down the hill from the cottage . The entrance leads into a well-equipped kitchen with a lovely view. The kitchen area is open to the warm but bright lounge/dining room with stylish glass table, deep-cushioned furnishings and wood burning stove. Also on ground floor is the twin bedroom and bathroom with walk-in shower. Inner hallway leads to a staircase, rising to boutique-style double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and velux windows, brass bed and feature brass chandelier. There is also a wood-burner in this double bedroom to warm winter nights. The outside terraced balcony gives access to a large bike store and utility room.