Park House Denton Gisland, Cumbria CA8 7AG EnglandGuide Price £325,000
Park House, Denton, near Gilsland
Detached house - Gisland Cumbria
Park House, Denton, near Gilsland
An attractive detached three bedroom traditional stone-built house retaining many of its original features throughout. The property has stunning views over unspoilt countryside.
Externally, there is a good-sized garden to the rear and a cobbled courtyard. There is an attached barn, the first floor of which has been converted into a private artist’s studio. There are also some additional stone-built outbuildings, which could serve as holiday accommodation (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents)
This is one of the “greenest” houses we have ever offered for sale. Park House benefits from a large Biomass Wood Heating system (installed on the ground floor of the adjoining barn), solar panels and UPVC double glazed windows throughout.
White double glazed composite door though to:
An entrance porch decorated in neutral colours with floor tiles and single radiator.
Original wood door through to:
Open Plan Kitchen / Lounge 13’08’’ x 23’87’’ (8.18m x 7.2m) a.w.p.
A large open plan Kitchen Lounge decorated in neutral colours.
The lounge area benefits from a large inglenook fire place with stone surround and hearth with a small wood burning stove. Wood flooring, double radiator and white UPVC double glazed window to front aspect overlooking unspoilt views.
A traditional country-style kitchen with a range of floor units and shelving with splash back tiles above wooden kitchen worktops and stone flag flooring. A large gas range set within the alcove of the former fireplace with stainless steel sink & chrome mixer tap. White UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect.
Utility Room 7’08’’ x 7’08’’ (2.35m x 2.35m)
A good sized utility/boot room to the back of Kitchen decorated in neutral colours, black floor tiles, plumbing for washing machine and white ceramic 1 ½ sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap.
UPVC double glazed window which leads to the courtyard and gardens.
A useful small downstairs WC with white hand basin, decorated in neutral colours with splash back tiles above hand basin and black tiles to floor.
The Study or Snug 12’02’’ x 10’00’’ (3.73m x 3.05m)
A cosy study decorated in neutral colours with wood flooring and fitted shelving. A centrepiece wood stove set within a stone ingle nook fire surround and hearth, double radiator and white UPVC double glazed window to front aspect.
Cold Store (Pantry) 9’11’’ x 8’08’’ (3.03m x 2.66m)
A useful traditional cold store with original stone shelving, double radiator and wood single glazed window to rear aspect.
Stairs & First Floor Landing
A spacious light first floor landing decorated in neutral colours with beige carpet to stair and stone flag floor to bottom of stairs. An arched white UPVC double glazed window to stairs, loft access and double radiator. A large under stair cupboard ideal for storage.
Bedroom 1 10’01’’ x 8’09’’ (3.09m x 2.69m)
A single bedroom decorated in neutral colours, double radiator and white UPVC double glazed window with rear aspect and views over the surrounding countryside.
Bedroom 2 12’04’’ x 12’03’’ (3.78m x 3.74m)
A second double bedroom which would easily accommodate a king size bed, decorated in neutral colours with carpet to floor. Doubled radiator and white UPVC double glazed window to front aspect.
Bedroom 3 12’03’’ x 13’02’’ (3.74m x 4.02m) a.w.p
A third double master bedroom, double radiator with carpet to floor and white UPVC double glazed window with front aspect and views over the open countryside with en-suite shower room.
A small shower en-suite with white hand basin and white low level WC, decorated in neutral colours with splash back tiles to sink and shower area.
Bathroom 9’06’’ x 10’00’’ (2.9m x 3.05m)
A large family bathroom comprising of a three piece bathroom suite decorated in neutral colours, white splash back tiles and wood flooring. A double walk in shower unit, double radiator and white UPVC double glazed obscure window to rear aspect.
Courtyard & Gardens
A good size cobbled courtyard with ample private parking for several vehicles with raised gardens mainly laid to lawn overlooking unspoilt views of the open countryside.
Boiler Barn 14’00’’ x 23’09’’ (4.27m x 7.25m) a.w.p
Stone built barn / stables with cobbled and concrete floor, electricity fitted, and housing the biomass wood boiler that controls all heating and hot water.
External Stone steps lead up to:
Hayloft 23’06’’ x 13’04’’ (7.8m x 4.08m)
Large spacious first floor barn conversion currently used as Art Studio. Decorated in neutral colours with wood flooring and open wood beams. Two wood framed double glazed windows to both front and rear aspect with single glazed unit to side aspect.
Long Barn 11’08’’ x 21’10’’ (3.56m x 6.67m)
Wood stable door into the large stone barn with cobbled / concrete floor. Obtaining the necessary planning consents needed could hold great potential for possible holiday let or bunk house.
Outbuilding 1 10’02’’ x 11’09’’ (3.11m x 3.58m)
A third and final stone built barn attached to the long barn under a slate roof, cobbled and concrete floor with hen shed attached.
Outbuilding 2 & 3
Stone built outbuildings currently used as storage.
Mains electricity & water (non-metered), bottled LPG supplies the stove & private drainage via a septic tank located in the field downhill from the property on the opposite side of the road.
Council Tax Band E.
Energy efficiency rating – to be advised.
The vendor has advised the property is Freehold.
There is a small square of the garden (back far-right) which is rented from a local farmer for a nominal amount each year.
With the boiler comes RHI payments of £3,000 per annum for the next 3 years (until Jun, 2021), and with the solar panels on the roof which according to the vendor have halved their electric bill come FIT payments for the next 20 years. These payments are included with the sale.
The “long barn” would make a good bunk house or holiday cottage, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.
The property is located one mile from the A69 which is a useful artery connecting Carlisle & Newcastle. So on the one hand you are in the middle of the countryside and on the other Park House is easily accessible.
Denton is an attractive rural village with its nearest neighbour being Gilsland a small local village which straddles the border between Cumbria & Northumberland. The village is close to local historic sites such as Hadrians wall & can be a popular tourist destination. The village is with easy commute to both Newcastle & Carlisle via the A69. The village has a very popular and highly Oftsted rated infant & junior school which also provides nursery education. There are two public houses, one with a restaurant. There are two churches, village hall and small cosy café/bistro. There is a popular campaign underway at present to try to re-open the railway station at Gilsland.
Directions CA8 7AG
From the Haltwhistle Office head West, follow the road round to the left, turn right onto West Road, at the junction turn right onto the A69, take the second right sign posted for Spade-adam, Denton, take the first left, the property is on the left.
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