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“WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK: FAMILY FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL SEMI-DETACHED 3 STOREY HOUSE ”... Read more
04 Aug, 2014 12:02:54 BST
Windermere, Cumbria, United Kingdom
|Seller notes:||“WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK: FAMILY FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL SEMI-DETACHED 3 STOREY HOUSE FOR SALE WITH PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED FOR FURTHER REDEVELOPMENT: The property currently consists: 10 rooms: 7 bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, 2 kitchen / breakfast rooms, detached double garage by private gated driveway, 2 detached outbuildings. The entire property has been restored and renovated. The property has 8 separate entrances, driveway for 4 cars, free on-road and off-road parking. NO on going chain and NO Local Authority restrictions with vacant possession on completion. The 10-roomed adaptable residence is suitable as as the following: Family home, tenanted lettings, buy-to-let, a house for multiple occupation, 2nd family country retreat with grandparents and/or teenagers' ground floor self-contained apartment or as a house for all-year holiday lettings or to increase an existing property investment portfolio in the United Kingdom of a house plus granted planning permission.”|
|Sort By:||For Sale 10-Roomed House For Sale||Construction Year:||1885|
|Private / Estate agent:||Private||Number of Bathrooms:||3 Bathrooms Separate & Cloakroom|
|Location:||Windermere, Cumbria England, United Kingdom||Plot Area (m²):||205 m2|
|Radius:||Within quarter a mile of shops & Lake Windermere||G.F. 70.3 square metres.:||Total Area 160.1 square metres|
|Property Type:||House With 10 Rooms (7 Bedrooms) & Garage||Granted Planning Permission:||Freehold Sold With No Chain|
|Building Feature:||Double Detached Garage, 8 Entrances 2 Outbuildings||2 Detached Outbuildings:||Detached Double Garage & Driveway|
|Number of Bedrooms:||7 Bedrooms (6 double bedrooms & 1 single)||Suitable for HMO or Buy-To-Le:||Planning Permission for further development|
Vacant possession of Victorian Lakeland Freehold
Semi-detached period 10-roomed House & Detached Double Garage
In addition, 2 separate Detached Outbuildings
Moreover, Planning Permission Granted Further Development
Cumbria, LA23 2JA,
England, United Kingdom.
Mobile Number: +44 (0) 7767072241
Landline Telephone Number: +44 (0) 15395:34206
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The opportunity to acquire an outstanding investment in the purchase of a freehold substantial period Lakeland house on 3 floors total internal area: Approximately 160.1 square metres (1722.9 square feet: Approximate total floor area: 205 m2). Park Lodge is a 10-roomed house situated within the heart of the two Lakeland villages of Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere, a leisurely walk from the world-renown Lake Windermere England’s longest ‘mere’ situate within the Lake District National Park. Park Lodge has undergone significant conversion and restoration retaining many original period features including: staircase, windows frames, high ceilings, four-panelled doors, Victorian fire surrounds, picture rails and skirting boards. The property extended to a high specification thereby recreating a well-proportioned impressive house with vacant possession, no upward chain, and no local occupancy restrictions and with ongoing planning permission granted for development. This stylish flexible comfortable residence is for sale as a permanent family home, tenanted accommodation or alternatively to increase an existing investment portfolio. In the acquisition of this substantial and superbly located property this private elegant versatile residence would equally be suited as a private second home perfect for someone looking for a weekend or holiday retreat with contemporary self-contained flexible ground floor private living accommodation ideally suited for grandparents, relatives or friends. Alternatively, as a valuable asset to generate, a high-yielding income derived from all-year around holiday letting (38 million visitors in 2012 with visitors spending £2.1 billion pounds in the Lake District’s region). Alternatively, indeed providing a blend of rental incomes in terms of both holiday lettings and / or six months’ assured shorthold tenancy letting agreements or a house in multiple occupations. This lovingly restored and maintained three-storey freehold 1885 Victorian Lakeland character stone and gabled slate pitched roofed semi-detached property at Park Lodge is of architectural historical importance, built to a high standard comprising: 10 rooms: 7 bedrooms, reception room, lounge / dining room, 2 kitchen / breakfast room, 3 family bathrooms, separate cloakroom and easily maintained stone-walled courtyard patio garden. In addition, there are 2 restored separate adjoining outbuildings. Adjacent to Park Lodge are 3 garden borders, the renovated modern detached double garage with adjacent private gated driveway with 4 parking spaces for cars, a boat or campervan etc. with the added advantages of free Lake Road on-road parking bay and off-road parking. Park Lodge is a substantial and extremely adaptable freehold residential property of exceptional quality with rare garaging and parking facilities in Windermere within easy strolling distance of villages, woods, lakeshores and the countless National Trust trails. Lake District National Park (covering 2,292 sq. kilometres) played host to 38 million visitors in 2012 who visited the Lake District’s lush rolling valleys, 200 fell tops, crags, 10 highest mountains, woods, tarns (pools), 16 lakes, beaches and 26 miles of coastline and estuaries.
Road, bus, coach, rail and air travel services and local amenities for Park Lodge,
Park Lodge is prominently located between: Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere on Lake Road (A5074) overlooking Claife Heights and Sheriff’s Walk Woods, Park Lodge provides access by means of the nearby A591 to the market towns of Kendal and A65 to Kirby Lonsdale. Close to the Yorkshire Dales National Park and nearby to the M6 motorway to: Scotland, Carlisle, Penrith, Lancaster, (leading to the Port of Heysham with sailings to the Isle of Man and to the cities of Belfast and Dublin in Ireland). The M6 motorway to Preston, Manchester, and Birmingham and nearby A1 motorway to the cities of: Newcastle, Sunderland, York and Leeds. Windermere bus, coach and train stations in Windermere, Oxenholme and Kendal and are all close by with main line fast rail connections to: Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports, Carlisle, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancaster, Preston, Manchester, Manchester Airport, Liverpool, North Wales, and London. Park Lodge is within walking distance to: banks, post offices, restaurants, cafés, teashops, wine bars, inns, guesthouses, spa hotels, independent specialist shops, supermarkets, boutiques, library, theatres, cinemas, art galleries, museums, historic houses and gardens, Windermere Marina, golf courses, health and sports centres, infants, junior, senior and grammar schools and Windermere Police Station are all very close by. Park Lodge is close to colleges, universities and near to Westmorland General Hospital in the market town of Kendal.
Versatile Accommodation at Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere, Cumbria:
The internal four-panelled fire door between the ground floor hallway (leading to ground floor accommodation) and the ground floor vestibule (leading up to the 1st and 2nd floors) can divide the ground floor central 1st front door entrance, 4 rooms: 1st family bathroom, hallway, access to the secluded stone-walled courtyard patio garden and 1st detached outbuilding room. The creation of a self-contained separate and spacious ground floor internal accommodation: Approximately 70.3 square metres (756.5 square feet) are available therefore providing excellent accommodation for either dependent or independent relatives and / or friends or tenants. Therefore, the ground floor vestibule, 1st and 2nd floors internal accommodation: 1st Floor: Approximately 57.4 square metres (617.6 square feet) and 2nd Floor: Approximately 30.9 square metres (418.2 square feet) of 5 rooms currently consisting kitchen / breakfast room, 2nd family bathroom, separate cloakroom and with separate central front door entrance may too become self-contained. Alternatively, Park Lodge house can remain as a whole or separate depending on individual circumstances or personal preferences. An independent insulated electricity supply consumer unit and independent gas central heating for the 1st and 2nd floors are separate from the ground floor accommodation with its own separate insulated electricity supply consumer unit and separate gas central heating thermostat controls.
Alternatively, by opening up the ground floor hallway and ground floor vestibule’s inner four-panelled fire door, leaving the entire interior house as a whole Park Lodge would comprise: 10 rooms. 3 family bathrooms, separate cloakroom, courtyard patio garden, 3 side and front garden borders, detached double garage and 2 separate detached outbuildings rooms and ensuite 3rd bathroom thus allowing for individual configuration, adaptability, rearrangement or renaming of all Park Lodge’s 10 rooms: Total internal area: Approximately 160.1 square metres (1722.9 square feet). The 10 rooms, hallways, vestibule and landings have original picture frames; original skirting boards, original floorboards, original wooden window frames, Victorian pine fire surrounds and all pitch pine Victorian four-panelled internal doors have five lever security locks. Re-plumbing with 2 bathroom suites and separate cloakroom suite and re-wiring has taken place. Park Lodge has gas central heating installed using a Vaillant model: ecoTEC Plus 937 storage combi gas central heating boiler (Sedbuck rated ‘A’ appliance) servicing column radiators throughout the building. All ceilings and walls re-plastered and repainted in white.
Approximate dimensions: 8’ 1” x 9’ 9” (246.05 x 297 cms).
Original wooden framed sash window overlooking the stone-walled courtyard patio garden, white porcelain basin with a mixer lever tap, solid oak wooden flooring, cupboard housing gas meter, water meter and water stopcock. Wall mounted gas central heating thermostat for ground floor central heating with double column radiator, four double electric sockets, ceiling and wall lighting, fitted fire alarm and fitted carbon monoxide detector. Four-panelled fire door, fire hinges leading to foyer clear double-glazed white UPVC stable door leading to adjacent restored 1st detached outbuilding: Approximate dimensions: (12’ 8 x 5’ 2”) (396 x 157.05 cms.) adjoining the rear stone-walled courtyard patio garden: Approximate dimensions: 17’ 7” x 25’ (535 x 760 cms).
Approximate dimensions: 6’ 7” x 10’ 4” (201 x 315 cms).
Comprising a vanity unit with white porcelain vanity basin, lever mixer tap, white toilet cistern and bath, with deck bath mixer tap showerhead. There is solid wooden oak flooring, pine fire door with fire hinges, electric extractor fan, towel rail radiator, wall and ceiling lighting.
Approximate dimensions: 28’ x 3’ 3” (854 x 99 cms. overall area).
Clear double-glazed white UPVC stable door in foyer with double column radiator, two double electric sockets, wall and ceiling lighting, and solid oak wooden flooring with two steps leading up to the hallway,
Approximate dimensions: 10’ 2” x 8’ (310 x 244 cms).
Four-panelled fire door and fire hinges and original large wooden framed sash window with wooden window seat overlooking the rear stone-walled courtyard patio garden, Victorian pine fire surround, high ceiling, solid wooden oak flooring, British Telecom telephone / Broadband connection plug point, two double electric sockets and single column radiator, doorway adjacent to hallway:
Approximate dimensions: 19’ x 14’ 8” (579 x 447 cms).
Two double column radiators, three double electric sockets, television aerial point, four ceiling lights, pine four-panelled fire door with fire hinges, sold wooden oak flooring, Victorian pine fire surround and high ceiling with contemporary décor. Two large original wooden framed dual aspect bay windows overlooking the 2 side garden borders, the front garden borders, the private gated driveway, Sheriff Walk Woods, Lake Road and Goodly Dale cul-de-sac.
Approximate dimensions: 28’ x 3’ 3” (854 x 99 cms. overall area).
Double column radiator, double electric socket, ceiling lighting, DCI CTI insulated electricity supply consumer unit and new solid oak wooden flooring. Pine four-panelled fire door with fire hinges opening to ground floor vestibule and ground floor 1st half-glazed original pitch pine panelled central entrance front door behind a portico in front of Lake Road and leading to the front garden border with entrance surface laid with green Cumbrian granite paving stones.
Approximate dimensions: 17’ 3” x 4’ 7” (526 x 138.05 cms).
Beside the ground floor 1st half-glazed original pitch pine panelled central entrance front door is the ground floor 2nd half-glazed original pitch pine panelled central entrance front door with coloured leaded light fanlight window via an original wood and clear half-glazed porch alongside black wrought iron railings. A wall cupboard houses the DBI CTI insulated electricity supply consumer unit, electricity meter and exterior porch light switch with British Telecom telephone / Broadband connection point, double electric socket, single column radiator, and high ceiling with original plaster ceiling rose. Pine four-panelled fire door with fire hinges leads through into the ground floor 4 rooms, 1st family bathroom and hallway. Solid wood oak floored vestibule leads directly to the original pitch pine staircase fitted with Axminster pure wool stair carpet, original pitch pine newel posts, pitch pine spindles and pitch pine banister handrails lead up to the 1st and 2nd floors additional 5-roomed accommodation, kitchen / breakfast room, 2nd family bathroom and separate cloakroom.
Fitted with white toilet cistern, white wash hand basin, original wooden framed sash window, and pitch pine four-panelled door leading to two steps up to the adjoining Room Number: 4.
Approximate dimensions: 11’ 4” x 9’ 1” (346 x 277 cms).
Adjacent to the separate cloakroom, single column radiator, two double electric sockets, carbon monoxide detector, pitch pine half-glazed four-panelled door and original wooden framed sash window. The window looks down and over the rear stone-walled courtyard patio garden, elevated walled terrace, clear double-glazed French double entrance doors leading into the detached double garage, and overlook the clear double glazed door leading into the 2nd detached outbuilding Room Number: 10 with ensuite 3rd bathroom.
Axminster pure wool fitted stair carpet, wall clock thermostat timer for gas central heating thermostat controls for ground, 1st and 2nd floors accommodation, single column radiator with half flight of stairs leading up to the 1st floor landing.
Approximate dimensions: 12’ 3” x 8’ 4” (373.05 x 254 cms).
Double column radiator, British Telecom telephone / Broadband connection plug point, two double electric sockets, fitted Axminster pure wool fitted carpet, high ceiling, pitch pine four-panelled door and original large wooden framed sash window with views of: Claife Heights, Sheriff’s Walk Woods, and overlooking Lake Road and Goodly Dale cul-de-sac.
Approximate dimensions: 15’ 2” x 16’ 5” (462.05 x 500 cms).
Contemporary décor taking full advantage of the sunlit aspect and views from the two large original wooden framed dual aspect bay windows with views of Claife Heights and Sheriff Walk Woods and overlooking Lake Road and Goodly Dale cul-de-sac. High ceiling, pitch pine four-panelled door, three separate wall lights, central ceiling light, television aerial point, British Telecom telephone / Broadband plug point, three double electric sockets, treble column radiator and Axminster pure wool fitted carpet.
Approximate dimensions: 11’ x 12’ 11” (335.05 x 394 cms).
Fitted kitchen housing ample work surfaces, fitted white Carron 1½ ceramic sink and white ceramic drainer with mixer tap with Magnet white wall and base storage cupboards housing integral dishwasher and integral washing machine / dryer. Three double, two single and one electric cooker socket, double column radiator, Polysafe safety flooring, pitch pine four-panelled door and original large wooden framed sash window with views of Sheriff’s Walk Woods and overlooking the side border garden and the private gated driveway in front of detached double garage.
Fitted fire alarm, one double electric socket, leading to original pitch pine staircase with Axminster pure wool fitted stair carpet, half flight of stairs leading up to the 2nd floor 2 rooms: Room Number: 7 and Room Number: 8 and to the 2nd family bathroom.
Large walk-in linen / storage cupboard, white Polysafe safety flooring, pitch pine four-panelled door and pitch pine half flight of stairs with Axminster pure wool fitted stair carpet leading up to the 2nd floor landing to Rooms Number: 7 and Room Number: 8 and the 2nd family bathroom.
Approximate dimensions: 8’ 3” x 9’ 3” (251.05 x 282 cms).
Fitted white bathroom suite with pedestal sink with lever mixer tap and clear glass shower screen with Triton Azusa pump thermostatic mixer shower with Beth fixed showerhead plus hand-held lever mixer shower tap on the side of the bath, toilet cistern. There is a double column radiator, airing cupboard, Polysafe safety flooring, pitch pine four-panelled door and double-glazed frosted white UPVC window overlooking the rear courtyard patio garden.
Approximate dimensions: 14’ 1” x 8’ 7” (429 x 261.05 cms).
Contemporary décor, plain white pure wool fitted carpet, double column radiator, two double electric sockets, pitch pine four-panelled door and wooden framed double window with views of: Claife Heights, Sheriff Walk Woods and overlooking Goodly Dale cul-de-sac.
Approximate dimensions: 10’ x 16’ 7” (305 x 505.05 cms).
Contemporary décor, plain white pure wool fitted carpet, double column radiator, two double electric sockets, pitch pine four-panelled door and wooden framed window overlooking: Claife Heights and Sheriff’s Walk Woods.
Approximate dimensions: 17’ 7” x 25’ (535 x 760 cms).
Private sunny stone-walled courtyard patio garden easily maintained with outdoor seating and eating area with pots of scrubs and trees leading to rear ground floor clear double-glazed white UPVC stable door rear entrance. The courtyard patio garden re-surfaced, outside garden cold water tap, exterior security lighting and with external CCTV wall mounted camera.
Room Number: 9:
Approximate dimensions: 12’ 8 x 5’ 2” (386 x 157.05 cms).
Situate in the rear stone-walled courtyard patio garden with clear double-glazed white UPVC external door, clear double-glazed white UPVC window, contemporary décor and wall mounted Vaillant model: ecoTEC Plus 937 high efficiency storage combi gas central heating boiler (Sedbuck rated ‘A’ appliance). A new slate pitched roof erected using traditional Cumbrian slates and timbers, clad Cumbrian slated walls with solid wood oak flooring and wall mounted single column radiator, wall lighting, two double electric sockets, fitted fire alarm and fitted carbon monoxide detector.
Approximate dimensions: 10’ x 15’ 6” (305 x 472.05 cms).
An insulated electricity supply consumer unit, Everlay safety flooring, Victorian pine fire surround, external clear double-glazed white UPVC door, and ensuite 3rd Bathroom with approximate dimensions: 5’ 10” x 6’ 5” (178 x 195.05 cms) with electric extractor fan and lighting. External Antiference RX12 digital television aerial attached to the exterior wall with internal television aerial plug point, four double electric sockets, two separate light switches for two central light fittings, fitted fire alarm and fitted carbon monoxide detector. Internal fire door with fire hinges leading to two steps down into the adjacent renovated detached double garage: 14’ 9” x 17’ 9” (449.05 x 541 cms) with gated driveway frontage: Approximate Width: 23’ feet x Length: 37’ 2” feet (Width: 701 cms. x Length: 1,119 cms.) on to Lake Road opposite Goodly Dale cul-de-sac.
Exterior: Side, rear and frontage to Park Lodge, Windermere, Cumbria:
Detached Double Garage:
Approximate dimensions: 14’ 9” x 17’ 9” (449.05 x 541 cms).
Detached 2nd Outbuilding: 7th double bedroom with ensuite 3rd bathroom:
Room Number: 10: Approximate dimensions: 10’ x 15’ 6” (305 x 472.05 cms).
Beside Park Lodge with frontage to private gated driveway: Approximate dimensions: Width: 23’ feet x Length: 37’ 2” feet (Width: 701 cms. x Length: 1,119 cms.) leading on to Lake Road facing Goodly Dale cul-de-sac with electric roller double shutter door powder coated white with electric safety switch for garage door and Steinel infrared sensor exterior light over garage door. Recently renovated with Polysafe flooring, internal television aerial plug point, four double electric switches, two double light switches for three light fittings, fitted fire alarm. Two steps leading up to internal fire door through into adjoining 7th double bedroom: Room Number: 10 with adjoining ensuite 3rd Bathroom: approximate dimensions: 10’ x 15’ 6” (305 x 472.05 cms.) all with high ceilings. The double detached garage has double-glazed clear white UPVC window, 2 steps lead up to clear double-glazed white UPVC French doors to exterior elevated slate walled terrace seating and eating area beside patio potted scrubs and trees.
A rear garden white UPVC security side entrance door beside the detached double garage roller door leads through to the detached double garage’s side clear double-glazed white UPVC French entrance doors. The rear 2nd detached Outbuilding ensuite 3rd Bathroom adjoining the 7th bedroom Room Number: 10 and clear double-glazed white UPVC entrance door lead to the rear elevated slate walled terrace seating and eating area. Two security lights, CCTV wall camera and storage area for refuse and recycling wheelie refuse bins housed beside the elevated terrace side UPVC security entrance door in the rear courtyard patio garden.
Approximate dimensions: 23’ x 37’ 2” (Width: 701 x Length: 1,119 cms).
Park Lodge’s frontage leads on to Lake Road opposite Goodly Dale cul-de-sac with space for 4 parking spaces for cars, boat or campervan etc. on the private double wrought iron gated driveway with additional off-road parking. There is an on-road free parking bay outside Park Lodge and free parking bay opposite Park Lodge with free parking in Goodly Dale cul-de-sac. Three exterior encased insulated double electrical sockets are located on an external wall alongside the 2 border gardens by Park Lodge’s private gated driveway.
An easily maintained hedge with fencing to one side, 2 garden boarders using local green Cumbrian granite chippings either side of the private gated driveway in front of the ground floor Room Number: 3 bay windows. Alongside the 2 central front entrances is Cumbrian green granite chippings and Cumbrian green granite paving stones beside the 1st central entrance panelled front door behind a portico. The 2nd central entrance panelled front door is via an original clear half-glazed and wooden panelled porch alongside wrought iron railings and original granite gatepost by the Cumbrian green granite paving stones.
Park Lodge is Freehold with Title Absolute registered at Durham District Land Registry and sold with no local occupancy restrictions, no upward ongoing chain, and with immediate vacant possession on completion of the sale.
Services and Internal and external works and services carried out at Park Lodge, Windermere, Cumbria:
Free parking is available in Goodly Dale, a cul-de-sac opposite and in 2 parking bays in Lake Road directly outside and opposite Park Lodge. There is security lighting is to the front, side and rear of the property with exterior wall mounted CCTV camera to the rear of the property. Two 18 Element high gain digital aerials, three external encased electrical sockets and an exterior garden tap attached to the walls. Clear double-glazed UPVC white stable door rear entrance to the rear ground floor accommodation and security side entrance UPVC white door beside the detached double garage with electrically operated double roller shutter white door and wrought iron double driveway gates alongside 2 oak gate posts. There are clear double-glazed French white UPVC doors and a clear double glazed UPVC white window to the side wall of the detached double garage and new entrance with fire door leading to 7th double bedroom and ensuite 3rd Bathroom: Room Number: 10. There is a new clear double-glazed UPVC white door to the 2nd detached Outbuilding: 7th double bedroom and ensuite 3rd Bathroom: Room Number: 10. There is a clear double glazed UPVC white window to the 1st detached Outbuilding: 6th single bedroom: Room Number: 9 and newly constructed green slate tiled pitched roof to the 1st detached Outbuilding 6th single bedroom: Room Number: 9. Guttering and down pipes are in original caste iron and there are three drain inspection pits. The roofs above the 4 original large wooden framed dual aspect bay windows are all newly re-roofed with lead. Park House’s pitched roof is with local Cumbrian slate. The 2 restored original half-glazed sage green-painted pitch pine panelled central entrance doors both to the front of Park Lodge, the 1st entrance door behind a portico. The 2nd entrance door with original coloured leaded light fanlight above the half-glazed panelled entrance door via original clear half-glazed wooden panelled porch, black wrought iron railings, original granite gatepost and Cumbrian green granite paving stones. Park Lodge benefits from: full gas central heating, combi boiler, electricity, mains water (water meter), mains drainage and British Telecom telephone / Broadband. In addition, the added safety benefits of fire alarms, fire extinguishers and carbon monoxide detectors with 5 four panelled fire doors with fire hinges on the ground floor, 4 main entrances and 4 further entrances into Park Lodge. There are electricity supplies to the detached double garage and to the 2 separate detached outbuildings: The 2nd Outbuilding: 7th double bedroom and ensuite 3rd Bathroom: Room Number: 10 adjoining the detached double garage and the 1st Outbuilding: Single 6th single bedroom: Room Number: 9 adjoining the house and adjacent rear stone-walled courtyard patio garden.
Observations regarding Park Lodge, Windermere and the Lake District National Park region in the County of Cumbria:
Park Lodge is a significant asset with versatile accommodation that will attract and appeal to a wide range of buyers and investers. Early viewing is therefore highly recommended to appreciate this rare opportunity to purchase a highly desirable large Lakeland house of architectural historical importance retaining many original period features with potential, for further configuration, adaptation, extension or development of accommodation. Park Lodge currently comprises: 10 rooms: 2 kitchen / breakfast rooms, separate lounge / dining room, reception room and 7 bedrooms, 3 family bathrooms, separate cloakroom, detached double garage and private gated driveway with 2 detached separate outbuildings and easily maintained secluded stone-walled courtyard patio garden, with Planning Permission granted with technical commencement deemed to have taken place for development. It should be appreciated the added value due to Park Lodge not containing any local occupancy restrictions and the advantages of the renovated detached double garage and private gated driveway to the side of Park Lodge is rarely found in houses within the Lake District National Park and detached double garages alongside houses is a scarcity in Windermere. Park Lodge is an exceptional period house in a highly desirable location situated within the Lake District National Park with a first-rate fast transport system to all major cities in the North of England and Scotland and express transportation system to London and to the remainder of the United Kingdom. Park Lodge is within walking distance to many local facilities and close to, the world famous Lake Windermere, Windermere Marina and Lake Aquarium located at Lakeside at Newby Bridge. Beatrice Potter’s home and museum and Brockhole Visitor Centre are both close by. Countless National Trust historic houses, gardens and moorland abound in this fascinating area with Blackwell, Holker Hall in Cartmel, Sizergh Castle and Levens Hall to name but a few. William Wordsworth, England’s best loved poet, was inspired by the beautiful landscape in the Lake District to write his poetry, and the William Wordsworth Museum can be found near his former home at Dove Cottage, by the conservation village of Grasmere. John Ruskin’s former elegant home at Brantwood and museum are both by Lake Coniston and the legendary trekker, Alfred Wainwright demonstrated his great love of the Lake District by his many fêted walks on his much-loved Cumbrian fells as he portrayed in his numerous celebrated illustrated travel guidebooks written about the Lake District National Park in Cumbria.
Internal Dimensions for Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere, Cumbria:
1. Letter of Confirmation of Change of Name to Park Lodge, Windermere, Cumbria:
Signed and dated: 10 March 2011 confirming no objections to the property now being addressed as follows: Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 2JA from J. Rickards, Building Control Team Leader of South Lakeland District Council, South Lakeland House, Lowther Street, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4DL.
2. Certificate of Completion of Work for Park Lodge, Windermere, Cumbria:
Signed and dated: 04 February 2011 for conversion of shop to house. Completion date: 3 February 2011 - Compliance with the Building Regulations reference number: 2101420 issued by: Building Control, South Lakeland District Council, South Lakeland House, Lowther Street, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4DL.
3. Notice of Grant of Planning Permission for Park Lodge, Windermere, Cumbria:
Change of use from A1 shop premises back into a house. Signed and dated: 19 March 2010 reference number: 7/2009/5770 issued by: Lake District National Park Authority of Murley Moss, Oxenholme Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 7RL.
4. Building Regulations Compliance Certificate for Park Lodge, Windermere:
Signed and dated: 25 March 2010 for Vaillant ecoTec Plus 937 storage combi gas central heating boiler (Sedbuck rated ‘A’ appliance) reference number: 2401348 and registration number: 65359 issued by: Gas Safe Register of P.O. Box 6804, Basingstoke, Reading, Berkshire. RG24 4NB.
5. Notice of Deletion of Existing 2010 Rating List Entry for Park Lodge Windermere
Signed and dated: 31 March 2011 with Effective Date of Deletion of Entry: 04 February 2011 with Actual Date of Alteration: 29 March 2011 from the North West Group Valuation Office of 5th Floor, Red Rose House, 104 Lancaster Road, Preston, Lancaster under reference number: 18057419.
6. Notice of Non Domestic Rate Bill For 2010/2011:
The White Space Gallery, Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere, Cumbria:
Taken out of Rating with issue date: 21 April 2011 from South Lakeland District Council, Local Taxation Team, South Lakeland House, Lowther Street, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4DQ.
7. Notice of Alteration to an Existing Entry in the Valuation List regarding Council
Tax Band ‘E’ for Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere, Cumbria:
Signed and dated 30 May 2011 from the Valuation Officer, Ulverston Valuation Office, Glynis House, Brogden Street, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 7AT – Reference number: 0930/LO/97349108/127. Council Tax: Notice of Alteration to an existing Entry in the Valuation List to Band ‘E’ – Effective Date of Alteration: 04 February 2011. Reason for change: Code 8: The property previously partially used for non-domestic purposes, is now used wholly for domestic purposes, and is therefore now only liable for Council Tax. Council Tax banding is based on what a property would have sold for on a set date: 1 April 1991 based on a range of values, based on 1991 prices, for each band in England.
8. Notice of Grant of Planning Permission for Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere:
Re-application for new shop and shop frontage, together with reverting existing shop to domestic use - land to be developed: Cheers of Windermere, Lake Road, Windermere. Date of application: 10 March 2005 signed and dated: 04 May 2005 reference number: 7/2005/5160 issued by Lake District National Park Authority of Murley Moss, Oxenholme Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 7RL. The Vendor’s letter of technical commencement of building works dated: 30 March 2010 wherein Planning Permission reference number: 7/2005/5160 issued by the Lake District National Park Authority will remain in full force and continuous. Technical commencement is deemed to have taken place due to building works commenced internally to the detached double garage including the following: Window, external double entrance doorway, internal fire door doorway from the detached garage into the adjoining room, adjoining ensuite bathroom with fire door, and external single doorway.
Approximate development of overall area measurements:
Length: 38’ feet x Width: 25’ feet (Length: 1,160 cms. x Width: 760 cms).
9. Energy Performance Certificate for Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere:
10. Council Tax Certificate for Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere, Cumbria:
Council Tax domestic gross charge: £1,925.44. per annum for period: 01/04/2014 to 31/03/2015 Registered under: Band ‘E’ under Council Tax account reference number: 22218771 and property reference number: 00055800884004 for the whole of Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere, Cumbria issued on 18 March 2013.
Local Authority for Park Lodge, Lake Road, Windermere, Cumbria:
Fittings and fixtures included in Park Lodge’s sale price:
Integral dishwasher, integral washer/dryer, made to measure white blinds throughout and Axminster pure wool fitted carpets included in the purchase price while discussions concerning the purchase of furniture, light fittings or garden furniture to be conducted with the vendor before completion of the sale of Park Lodge.
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