Seaville, Silloth

Guide Price £625,000 | Available

3 bedroom Detached house For Sale
Total Size: 2347 SQ FT
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Property Description
A wonderful substantial home, with spacious barns for potential conversion, a stable block and paddock with the total site extending to three acres. The paddock is accessed from the rear courtyard making it ideal for those with equestrian interest. The current accommodation comprises of 3 to 4 bedrooms, but the barn offers over 2,600 square feet of potential development for those with ambitions of creating a spectacular home. Located near to the Solway Firth and just 4.5 miles from Silloth.

The internal presentation of this home is joyous, with a rich array of collectables dressing this fine country home. The accommodation comprises of entrance hall, living room, day room, sun room, kitchen with mezzanine, utility, hobby room, three bedrooms and a bathroom. The barn (including garage) has a foot print of 1,300 square feet and space to create a second floor which doubles the space to over 2,600 square ft, all subject to planning permission.

In the courtyard to the rear you will find a stable block and store and access to a secluded garden with mature trees and shrubs. Out-front there is an expansive drive and parking area and a garden that can be accessed via the sunroom. The paddock runs alongside, lined with tall trees creating a windbreak for the whole of the plot.

Seaville itself is a small hamlet of a hand-full of houses surrounded by rolling countryside extending to the Solway Firth. Carlisle is 21 miles to the east and 40 minutes by car, as is junction 44 to the M6. The West Coast Railway Line is also accessible at Carlisle connecting the County to London and Glasgow. Heading 15 miles south you arrive at the borders of the Lake District National Park.

Entrance Hall



You walk into a spacious entrance hallway with a turning staircase rising to the first floor and providing access to the living room and the day room.



Living Room



With a solid fuel burner sat in a hearth, a view to the front garden, and providing access to the kitchen.



Day Room



To the right of the entrance hall. the room has a solid fuel burner and provides access to the sun room.



Sun Room



Projecting out to the front garden, this is lovely pace to sit and enjoy a sunny day stepping in and out of the garden.



Kitchen



Located to the back of the property and with a double height ceiling and a mezzanine peering over. Full of light from the high ceiling sky lights and fitted with units at base and wall level. There is an electric oven and ceramic hob, a Belfast sink, space for a breakfast table and it provides access to the utility room.



Utility



With a stainless steel sink, a range of units, storage pantry and access to the rear courtyard.



Hobby Room



A room with a multiple of potential uses, currently used as a hobby room.



Half Landing



Accessed from the stairs rising from the entrance hall and providing access to bathroom and bedroom three.



First Floor Landing



Providing access to bedrooms one and two.



Bathroom



With a four-piece suit comprising of bath, WC, pedestal wash-hand basin, and large shower cubicle.



Bedroom One



A good sized double room looking out the front elevation and with plenty of wardrobe storage.



Bedroom Two



Another good sized double room looking out from the front elevation.



BedroomThree



Big enough for a double bed.



Mezzanine



Accessed from bedroom two and overlooking the kitchen.



Garage



Double barn doors give access to this space from the front of the house. With a pedestrian door into the workshop.



Workshop



With light and power and providing access through to the barn.



Barn



A large space with double door access to the courtyard and offering potential for a two-floor renovation.



Stable Block



Comprising of three separate spaces.



Store



Big space adjacent to the sables.



Gardens



The front garden is opposite the sun room and planted with mature trees and shrubs and runs alongside the driveway. To the rear, across the courtyard, is second garden secretly hidden behind a stone wall.



Paddock



Extending to approximately two acres and adjacent to the main house, accessed from the courtyard housing the stable building. The paddock is lined with mature trees creating a natural wind-break protecting the whole plot from the prevailing wind.



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Material Information
  • Tenure: Freehold

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