Brimming with history and charm 'The Loft' was originally the stable block for a large country estate and has been lovingly converted and extended over the years creating a characterful three bedroom home. Well positioned within walking distance to both Arnside Knott and the promenade and being only a 15 minute drive to the market town of Kendal. Decorated throughout in a fresh and neutral palette emanating a seaside feel, the spacious entrance hall invites you in and leads to both the bright, dual aspect living room with a feature gas fireplace and the well equipped kitchen with the room to accommodate a table to comfortably seat six for social cooking, dining and entertaining. The central staircase leads up to the first floor passing a quirky low level window on the way. The master bedroom benefits from a wall of stylish fitted wardrobes and a large picture window with front facing views to Arnside Knott framed by traditional style shutters. From bedroom 2 there are views over the pretty garden and to the estuary in the distance while bedroom 3 is bright and benefitting from a Velux window. The stylish family bathroom is a generous size with modern aqua tiling and a Velux window letting natural light through. The garden is a delightful place to spend time and presents several areas to sit and relax to take advantage of the sun all day long with mature trees surrounding and colourful planting softening the space. A gravelled area at the front offers space to park two vehicles. Arnside is a sought-after village and designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a variety of amenities including: the famous 'Arnside Chip Shop', 2 grocery stores - one being a few minutes walk away, a doctors surgery, pharmacy, a primary school, 2 pubs and a variety of coffee shops. There are good transport links from the village with a train station (with access to Lancaster, Manchester, Manchester Airport and the West coast). There is a bus service and the M6 motorway 15 minutes away. The village has a vibrant community with several local groups/societies, play groups, crown green bowling, tennis courts, a popular sailing club and both a football and cricket club.
1.67m x 3.92m (5' 6" x 12' 10") A charming entrance into the home with an impressive high ceiling and a spacious under-stairs storage cupboard, ideal for keeping coats, bags, boots and shoes keeping the space clutter free with a warm wood effect floor tying in with the living room and kitchen.
3.67m x 4.8m (12' 0" x 15' 9") Full of natural light from the three windows offering dual aspect views and boasting a high ceiling with a fresh seaside feel to the room. Boasting a feature cosy gas fireplace benefitting from a wooden mantle and stone hearth with a warm wood effect floor.
2.97m x 4.93m (9' 9" x 16' 2") The large window with deep sill overlooks the attractive garden and there is space here to accommodate a table to seat six for social cooking, dining and entertaining. Offering a wide range of cream shaker style base and wall units with complementary wood effect work surfaces and subway tiled splashbacks with an original wooden stable style door, hinting at the homes fascinating history. There is an integrated dishwasher and space for a large range cooker, space for a tall fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine.
1.01m x 2.57m (3' 4" x 8' 5") A half landing can be found up the staircase with a feature low level window and deep sill allowing natural light through. The main landing offer access to all first floor rooms and benefitting from a deep storage cupboard perfect for storage or it could be used as a wardrobe.
3.69m x 4.18m (12' 1" x 13' 9") A generous, bright and airy bedroom benefitting from a wall of stylish fitted wardrobes and a large picture window with front facing viewing out towards Arnside Knott and framed with traditional style, black-out shutters.
2.16m x 3.51m (7' 1" x 11' 6") Offering views through the wide picture window out over the beautiful garden and to the estuary in the distance. An additional Velux window ensures further natural light enters this double bedroom.
2.64m x 2.66m (8' 8" x 8' 9") A double bedroom with a Velux window for natural light and is currently used as an office.
1.73m x 2.77m (5' 8" x 9' 1") A fresh and modern bathroom with a Velux window allowing plenty of natural light to flood through and consisting of a bath with a mains-fed shower above, a W.C and a hand basin. Aqua coloured subway tiles adorn the walls with a modern and on trend tile effect flooring and a tall heated towel rail.
Original stone pillars encompass the wooden gate that leads you through into the charming, private garden boasting various areas to sit and enjoy the sun at different times of the day. A traditional stone wall envelops the garden benefitting from surrounding mature trees and colourful planting creates diversity and interest all year round. At the front of the property is a low maintenance gravelled area with space to accommodate two vehicles.
Tenure - Freehold.
House built - 1850 approx.
Heating - Gas central heating.
Drainage - Mains.
Council tax band - D (South Lakeland District Council).