Woodstock Garrigill Alston, Cumbria CA9 3UJ£345,000
Detached three bedroom house in rural location with large gardens and paddock
Detached house - Alston Cumbria
Detached three bedroom family home set in a rural position with good access only a short drive from Alston. The property benefits from having a detached garage, three room detached outbuilding and mature surrounding gardens. There is a paddock area to the front of the property with small woodland which extends to just under an acre of ground ideal for those with a pony or looking to run a smallholding. The views from Woodstock are truly unspoilt and far reaching over the fells, the mature gardens offer secluded areas for sitting and relaxing with a large walled vegetable garden and wood framed lean to greenhouse next to the kitchen.
Entrance Hall 11’0” (3.36m x 1.69m) 5’6”
Set at the side of the property, entrance through UPVC double glazed door with side panel window, window to rear, quarry tiled floor and space for coats and boots. Wall cupboard with electric RCD board and doors through to living room and inner hallway.
Reception Room 1 11’0” (3.37m x 3.76m) 12’3”
Snug sitting room having “Clearview” wood burning stove set on a marble hearth with contemporary steel back, UPVC double glazed window to front aspect and UPVC double glazed door to:
Conservatory 12’11” (3.95m x 3.44m) 11’3”
Modern UPVC double glazed construction with floor to ceiling glass to make the most of the panoramic views, two large opening windows with lighting and power.
Inner Hallway 22’ (6.72m x 3.41m) 11’2”
Spacious hallway having two UPVC double glazed windows to rear aspect, double radiator, open balustrade turned staircase to first floor, doors off to:
Bathroom 8’5” (2.57m x 2.46m) 8’0”
Family bathroom comprising bath with shower from taps, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin, tiling to splashbacks, double radiator and two UPVC double glazed windows to rear and side aspects with obscure glass.
Reception Room 2 22’0” (6.72m x 3.92m) 12’10”
Large room benefitting from “Clearview” log burning stove set into a stone inglenook fireplace and hearth, two UPVC windows to front aspect with open views and one further window to side aspect. Exposed stone wall with inset, wall and ceiling lighting and double radiator.
Large family kitchen and dining having windows and doors to front and rear aspects giving access to the garden, oak laminate flooring throughout.
Kitchen 11’2” (3.41m x 3.08m) 10’1”
Fitted kitchen comprising a range of floor units and a central island with breakfast bar and electric induction hob. Ceramic 1 ½ bowl sink and drainer, space for washing machine and dishwasher, built in double oven and space for freestanding dresser and fridge freezer. Large UPCV double glazed picture window to side aspect and UPVC double glazed door and window to rear aspect with access to rear patio and garden.
Dining Area 14’4” (4.39m x 3.38m) 11’
Having space for dining table, sofa and free standing dresser, double radiator and large sliding UPVC patio doors to front garden.
First Floor Landing
Open balustrade balcony landing with velux window, step up to further landing with light tubes to the ceiling and doors off to:
Store/Box room 7’5” (2.28m x 2.23m) 7’3”
Currently used for storage with lighting and power. Could be converted easily to a study or further bathroom or bedroom.
Master Bedroom 1 12’9” (3.90m x 3.65m) 11’11”
Good size double room having two UPVC double glazed windows to front and side aspects, making the most of the unspoilt views. Double radiator, wall and ceiling lighting, attic hatch and possibility of creating an access door into an attic space above the kitchen to make an en-suite bathroom or dressing room.
Bedroom 2 10’2” (3.13m x2.87m) 9’4”
Small double room having UPVC double glazed window to side aspect with double radiator and attic hatch.
Bedroom 3 10’0” (3.05m x 2.99m) 9’9”
Small double room having two UPVC double glazed windows to front and side with single radiator.
Spacious family bathroom with exposed A frame beams to ceiling, Large UPVC picture window to front and further window to side aspect. Bathroom suite comprising, freestanding roll top bath with claw feet, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC, double radiator, airing cupboard housing hot water tank with shelving and a large cupboard to the eaves housing oil boiler and space for storage.
The picturesque gardens and grounds at Woodstock surround the property and offer unspoilt views of the surrounding countryside. To the rear, stone steps lead up to a parking area and detached garage. The rear garden has mature shrub borders, patio area, the stone outbuilding and a large five bar gate. To the side of the property is a walled garden with mature trees to the borders and access to the main entrance of the house and walled vegetable garden.
At the far side of the property is a wood framed lean-to greenhouse with lawn and hedging, leading around to the front of the house with a stone patio area stepping down to a lower lawn and pond.
Access gate to the side leads down to a wooded area with shed, newly planted woodland and stretching out to the paddock which is bordered by stone wall and stock proof fencing.
The views from the property are panoramic and the house and gardens are not overlooked by neighbours giving a truly rural feeling but only a 5 minute drive to Alston market town.
Useful detached stone building with power, lighting and UPVC double glazed windows and door, which could lend itself to many uses.
Room 1 12’6” (3.82m x 2.99m) 9’9”
Store room with power lighting and concrete floor, doors through to:
Room 2 9’8” (2.97m x 3.74m) 12’3”
Having two windows to front and side aspects, space for freezer and tumble dryer with power and lighting.
Room 3 9’8” (2.95m x 3.17m) 10’4”
Housing oil tank on a built up platform, with power and lighting and space for storage.
Large single garage with pitched roof and electric opening up and over door. UPVC double glazed windows to rear and side, power lighting and benefitting from an inspection pit.
Private water supply
Private drainage via septic tank
Telephone and broadband available
Energy efficiency rating
Council Tax Band C
We are advised by the vendor that the property is freehold with some land areas being subject to the Alston Lease, full information can be obtained from our Alston Office.
The school at Alston provide education from the ages of 5-16 years. The town also provides an ATM machine, a dentist, doctor’s surgery, Town Hall and fire station. There is also an abundance of local shops in Alston providing for most everyday needs, including, butchers, bakery, two convenience stores, restaurants, teashop, hotel and library as well as local societies, clubs, pubs and leisure amenities. There is a daily bus service to Carlisle and a weekly service to Hexham, where you can access the train to take you to mainline services at Newcastle Station. There are good road links to Newcastle, Carlisle and the M6 all in about an hour.
From the office, drive up the cobbled main street and keep straight driving past the old primary school. Drive out of Alston and you will find a turning on your right with a sign saying “Bleagate” this is also where our For sale board will be displayed, drive down the lane and bear left at the bend and further along you will see the detached garage and a wooden house name in the tree “Woodstock” please park in the space in front of the garage.