An impressive Grade II listed family home enjoying a prime elevated position on the green in the centre of the village of Wetheral just a few steps from a popular restaurant, coffee shop, village store and leisure club. Five beds. Four reception. Double garage. Private garden. 2 Bed cottage available to purchase at £230,000.
A most impressive family home enjoying a prime elevated position on the green in the centre of the village of Wetheral just a few steps from a popular restaurant, coffee shop, village store and leisure club. Five beds. Four reception. Double garage. Private garden extending to approximately 0.5 acres. Option to purchase superb adjacent 2 bed self-contained cottage £230,000.
APPROXIMATE DISTANCES IN MILES Carlisle 5.5 | Penrith 17.5 | Newcastle 55.5 | Lake District - Ullswater 23
ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY Generous hall and period staircase | Four reception rooms | Five bedrooms | Two bathrooms | Interesting second floor study located within the turret | Large living kitchen | Utility room | Double garage | Extensive parking | Private garden - in all approx. 0.5 acres | Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage | Gas central heating | Council Tax Band G | Freehold
SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION Eden Mount is a Grade II listed property occupying an elevated position in the centre of the attractive village of Wetheral, overlooking the village green. The village has a good range of amenities including post office and café, hotel with leisure centre, public house and doctors surgery. Wetheral has the benefit of having good rail and road links to Carlisle and Newcastle. The regional capital, Carlisle, has a good range of social, leisure and retail opportunities and is on the West Coast Mainline for direct services to London (approximately 3 hours 20 minutes) and Glasgow and cross country to Edinburgh.
The property was designed and built for a wealthy tea merchant in 1872. It is constructed in brick under a slate roof and incorporates contrasting stone quoins and detailed carvings at the margins and around the windows. The house has been well maintained and is in good condition providing adaptable family accommodation over three floors. Of particular note are the well proportioned reception rooms and the large living kitchen with its central island and dining area.
Eden Mount has a mainly easterly aspect with the majority of the garden lying either side of the drive which leads to the front door on its eastern side. The lawns extend around Eden Mount to the south where they are surrounding by well-stocked borders and where there is a terraced seating area. Beside the front drive is a double garage.
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