An Extended Rarely Available Detached Cottage With Three Double Bedrooms, Three Reception Rooms, Excellent Sized Workshop and Ample Off Road Parking (Up to 6 Cars!). Browfoot Cottage has a wealth of character with its original beams, wooden latched doors and multi fuel stoves. Thought to date back to the 1700's this charming property is located in the lovely Furness Peninsula town of Ireleth offering good sized living accommodation which has been extended to the rear and comprises of to the ground floor; entrance vestibule, front lounge/dining room, kitchen, rear lounge plus a further versatile reception room, utility room, WC, good sized store room and workshop. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and bathroom. The property benefits from energy saving solar panels, gas central heating and double glazing. Externally there is a garden to the side and rear and a private driveway providing parking for up to six vehicles.
Wooden opaque glazed front door, electric light and further wood latched door leads to reception one.
4.52m (14' 10") (Max) 3.45m (11' 4") x 5.23m (17' 2") (Max) 4.24m (13' 11")
A lovely spacious room with solid oak flooring, original beams, telephone point, double glazed window with deep set sill facing the front elevation, radiator and some beautiful features including an original oak built in cupboard inscribed with the date 1719. Stairs lead to the first floor.
5.2m (17' 1") x 2.6m (8' 6")
Fitted with wood wall, base and drawer units with work surfacing and splash back tiling. There is a stainless steel drainer sink unit with mixer tap, uPVC double glazed windows facing the front and side elevations, original beams, integrated dish washer and there is space for a range style cooker and fridge.
2.3m (7' 7") x 1.02m (3' 4")
Having uPVC double glazed windows and uPVC double glazed door leading to the garden.
3.73m (12' 3") x 3.5m (11' 6")
Original beams, radiator, uPVC double glazed window facing the side elevation and traditional fireplace with wood surround, cast and tiled insert and multi fuel stove.
4.6m (15' 1") x 3.38m (11' 1")
Extended from the original house this good sized room provides excellent additional and versatile living space with radiator, beamed ceiling and uPVC double glazed doors leading to the garden.
3.68m (12' 1") x 1.6m (5' 3")
Fitted with base units, work top and tiled floor. There is space for a washing machine and freezer.
1.42m (4' 8") x 1.02m (3' 4")
Fitted with a white WC and wash basin, tiling to the floor and walls, wall mounted gas boiler and opaque double glazed window.
5.3m (17' 5") x 3.1m (10' 2") (Max) 1.83m (6' 0")
Excellent sized tapered store room with tiled floor, base units, work top, power and light.
9.02m (29' 7") x 3.73m (12' 3")
Double doors, work bench, power and light.
Landing area with two velux roof windows, original beams, radiator and wooden latched doors leading to three bedrooms and the bathroom.
3.35m (11' 0") x 4.62m (15' 2")
Extended from the original house having radiator, uPVC double glazed window, built in cupboards and beams to the ceiling.
4.75m (15' 7") x 3.73m (12' 3")
Built in wardrobes, radiator and two uPVC double glazed windows facing the side and rear elevations.
3.48m (11' 5") x 2.97m (9' 9")
Radiator, loft hatch, uPVC double glazed window and original beam to the wall.
2.9m (9' 6") x 2.5m (8' 2") (Max) 1.57m (5' 2")
Fitted with a three piece suite in white comprising of WC, wash basin and bath. There is a radiator, laminate flooring, part tiling to the walls, storage cupboards and opaque uPVC double glazed window.
There is gated access to the side of the property leading to a small low maintenance garden with pond, lawn, apple, plumb and cherry trees and there is an area to the rear with artificial grass. A gate leads to the private driveway which provides off road parking for up to six vehicles.
Note to buyers
Due to the nature of the property and thickness of walls etc the room measurements may vary slightly from those stated in this brochure. The floor plan is also for layout purposes only and wall shapes may differ which is why we would recommend internal viewing. The house is fitted with solar panels which provides energy towards running the home. Any excess electricity is automatically sold back to the national grid generating a feed in tariff of around £500 a year which is paid quarterly to the householder by their supplier. Buyers are advised to enquire further at the time of purchase for accuracy of this amount.