Accessed from Cavendish Street The Old Coach House is entered via an open entrance hall with feature curved walls and an elm staircase leading to the first floor, and a galleried landing being a central focal point.
The kitchen boasts a handcrafted kitchen with granite worktops, a range of integral appliances and sink unit with an outlook over the rear courtyard. To one side is a dining area which offers a cosy space with beamed ceilings and stone detailing.
The ground floor accommodation is completed by a shower room with low level WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle.
The living room is positioned on the first floor and is a bright open room with doors opening to the roof terrace and a Juliet balcony.
The principal bedroom is a good size with doors opening out to the roof terrace offering a superb space to relax and enjoy the views towards the Priory and River Eea. The second bedroom is also a good size room with an outlook to the front on to Cavendish Street.
A house bathroom completes the first floor, providing a 3-piece suite with a roll top bath, WC and wash hand basin.
To the second floor can be found 2 further attic bedrooms with a central access space which would be ideal as a home office for those looking to work from home.
Externally there is a courtyard area with double gates fronting Cavendish Street. This area provides an excellent parking and garden space which leads to a bridge positioned over the River Eea. The range of outbuildings are commercially rated and are currently used as garaging and workshops but have the potential to be converted to a range of commercial uses giving excellent scope for a substantial income to be made.
An added benefit to the property is 'Cartmel Ground' gift shop. Accessed from the front the shop is an open space with WC facilities at the rear.
Located just off the village square, framed by the medieval arch dating back to 1330, Cavendish Street is a superb position within the centre of Cartmel. This historic village is situated to the south of the Lake District National Park with a maze of streets, cobbled pavements and picturesque bridges crossing the meandering River Eea that winds its way through the village and amongst the houses. Cartmel is well known for its range of quality independent retailers and artisans, including the famous Village Shop (think Cartmel Sticky Toffee Pudding), micro brewery and award winning restaurants and is home to the famous Cartmel Racecourse. Who could ask for more from a charming English village?
With the Lake District National Park on the doorstep, rail and road links are close to hand with the A590 connecting to the M6 Motorway and rail stations at Grange-over-Sands and Cark where Holker Hall & Gardens can be found, the magnificent stately home that sits at the heart of the Holker Estate.
View properties as soon as they come to the market with our notifications to alert you of new properties in your area.
You can also keep up to date of new opportunities within different sectors by subscribing to our newsletter.