Scarrow Hill Brampton, Cumbria CA8 2QZ

Guide Price £359,950

Property Details

Scarrow Hill Brampton, Cumbria CA8 2QZ

Guide Price £359,950
Description

Scarrow Hill, Brampton

Property - Brampton Cumbria


Scarrow Hill, Brampton

We are delighted to offer for sale a unique detached stone built property set over two floors retaining many original features throughout. The benefits of the property are that it stands on its own land to all four sides with extensive gardens to the front and side. This includes a paddock, stables, stone outhouses, double garage and extensive courtyard which would easily accommodate several vehicles.

To both front and rear aspect the property over looks unspoilt views of open countryside predominately owned by Naworth Castle Estate and home to many forms of Wildlife, from the first floor you can see segments of the historical Hadrian’s Wall.

Scarrow Hill is rich in history dating as far back to 1601 when originally built as a Blacksmith forge to lower level with accommodation to the first floor, then becoming a Coaching Inn in the early 18th Century. The property was once converted into two properties but since then been returned to its former structure of a stunning 3/4 bedroom family home.

Ground Floor

Solid wood door through to:

Entrance 1.93m x 2.52m (6’03’’ x 8’03’’)

A good sized entrance porch ideal for outdoor clothing and footwear, decorated in neutral colours, wood panelled ceiling, single radiator, two wood framed single glazed windows to both front and side aspect.

Kitchen/Diner 10.90m x 2.38m (35’09’’ x 7’09’’)

A country-style galley kitchen/diner decorated in neutral colours with tile effect lino to the floor. The kitchen benefits from a range of matching kitchen units, granite worktop and white ceramic Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap. Integrated Stanley range cooker which controls heating & hot water as well as being a reliable source of cooking with separate water immersion heater, three wood single glazed windows all south facing. The kitchen leads to: conservatory, downstairs WC, living room and dining room/fourth bedroom.

Conservatory

A good sized south facing family conservatory with fitted windows, skylights and doors leading to courtyard. The conservatory is decorated in neutral colours with wood laminate to floor.

Downstairs WC/Utility

A former porch which has been converted into a useful downstairs WC and utility area. Decorated in neutral colours, single radiator, plumbing for washing machine with wood framed single glazed window to front aspect.

Living Room 5.73m x 4.59m (18’09’’ x15’00’’)

A fabulous living area decorated in neutral colours, wood flooring, exposed wood beams and a stunning Ingle nook fireplace with 12KW Woodwarm Fireview multi fuel stove as a centre piece to the room.

Double doors through to:

Dining Room/Bedroom 4 4.96m x 4.61m (16’03’’ x 15’01’’)

A generous sized dining room currently used as a fourth bedroom, decorated in neutral colours, exposed wood beams, wood flooring and two wood single glazed windows to front aspect. A second Ingle nook fire place with multi fuel 6KW Morso Badger stove to the centre of the room.

Stairs in living room leading to:

First Floor Landing

A light spacious first floor landing, decorated in neutral colours, exposed wood beams, carpet to floor with double glazed velux window. The landing leads to all three bedrooms and family bathroom.

Bedroom 1 4.63m x 3.18m (15’02’’ x 10’05’’) awp

A double bedroom decorated in neutral colours, double radiator, wood single glazed sliding sash window to front aspect, wood doors, skirting and flooring.

Bedroom 2 4.16m x 2.62m (13’07’’ x 8’07’’) awp

A second double bedroom, single radiator, wood door and floor with wood sliding sash window to front aspect overlooking open countryside and Hadrian’s Wall.

Bedroom 3 3.27m x 2.40m (10’08’’ x 7’10’’)

A good sized single bedroom to front aspect, single radiator, decorated in neutral colours, wood flooring and wood sliding sash single glazed window.

Bathroom 3.31m x 2.09m (10’10’’ x 6’10’’) awp

A family bathroom comprising of a three piece white bathroom suite, decorated in neutral colours, splash back tiles around bath and sink areas and lino to floor. Chrome heated towel rail, double glazed velux window and a double built in airing cupboard ideal storage for linen that houses the water immersion heater.

Outside

Front Garden

An extensive front garden mainly laid to lawn edged with wild flowers and daffodils and private drive leading to Scarrow Hill. 

Side Garden

A small simple wildlife garden to the side of the property mainly laid to lawn with a number of planted fruit trees with wood log store and oil tank.

Courtyard

A gravelled courtyard which would easily accommodate several vehicles.

Paddock

A paddock area of approximately 1.2 acres which can be accessed through two gates located at each end of paddock. The paddock benefits from stock proof fencing all round, water trough with outside tap facility, small pond and a number of hawthorn and blackthorn hedges.

Stables

Two wood stables in excellent condition with fitted lighting and electricity.

Outbuildings

Three stone outbuildings currently used as chicken sheds.

Garage 5.58m x 5.97m (18’03’’ x 19’07’’)

A well-equipped large double garage that would easily accommodate two vehicle’s with fitted electricity, lighting, wood double doors and single glazed windows to side aspect.

Views

Additional Information

Scarrow Hill is surrounded by unspoilt views and located near a pubic footpath that leads through the woods directly to Brampton ideal for dog walkers. The triangle grassed area as you come off the A69 approaching the green five bar gate is included in Scarrow Hill’s Title Deed.

The property is Grade II listed.

Scarrow Hill was the subject of an article entitled “Scarrow Hill in the Seventeenth Century: A Reconsideration of Vernacular Architecture c.1600 near Naworth, Cumbria”. This was published by the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society in 2010.

A tree ring analysis of Scarrow Hill by Nottingham Tree Ring Dating Laboratory dated the timbers within Scarrow Hill to a single programme of felling in 1601.

What makes Scarrow Hill special, is it’s history. The Historic England report can be found at –

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1408870

Services

Oil fired central heating with additional electric water immersion heater

Mains electric, water (unmetered) and private drainage.

Tenure

The vendor has advised us that the tenure to this property is freehold.

Local Information

Scarrow Hill is located just off the A69, which gives very easy and quick access to Carlisle, Hexham and Newcastle. Just west of the property is a thriving small market town known as Brampton which has a range of local community shops, amenities, schools and public transport links via Rail & Bus. North of Scarrow Hill is the historical Hadrians Wall.

Directions CA8 2QZ.

From the Haltwhistle office head west, turn right onto West Road, at the T junction turn right onto the A69, heading West towards Brampton. You will pass a petrol station at Low Row and approximately in one mile you will see a left hand turn just before the woods where there is a 40mph sign. Take this left turn and the property can be found directly in front of you.

If using a Sat Nav postcode CA8 2QZ will take you directly to the property.

VIEWINGS are strictly by prior appointment with the sole agent,

PENNINE WAYS LTD.  To arrange an appointment, please call

Haltwhistle 01434 322277 or Alston 01434 381808

To view more of our properties for sale or to let, please check our website www.pennine-ways.co.uk

FREE MARKET APPRAISALS

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