Cumberland Estate Agents are proud to be offering for sale this beautifully presented traditional cottage in the quaint village of Borwick.
Set in substantial grounds and boasting many original Keepers Cottage, Borwick, nr Carnforth, on offer for £385,000 features the property briefly comprises, entrance porch, lounge, dining room and farmhouse-style kitchen and rear porch to the ground floor.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms with en-suite to the master and additional family bathroom. Externally there are gardens to both the front and the rear and there is a detached double garage. There is an additional barn with the property across the road.
With additional parking for many cars, viewing is highly recommended to see what this lovely property has to offer.
To find it leave leave the motorway northbound at junction 35 continue left onto the A601 (M). At the next roundabout turn right onto the A6. Then continue to the next roundabout where you come all the way round as if back on yourself taking the third left on to Borwick Lane.
Continue along here going over the motorway at the T-junction turn right and head along here where the property can be found on the right hand side, clearly shown by our board.
Among the rooms the lounge is pacious yet cosy with original features, including exposed beams to the ceiling.
There is a single-glazed window to the front and full height single glazed window to the rear overlooking the garden. An open fire set in stone fireplace has a wooden feature mantelpiece and stone display hearth.
Built in shelving and storage cupboard house the electric meter. Two electric storage heaters.
The traditional farmhouse -style breakfast kitchen sports exposed beams to the ceiling and is fitted with a range of wall and base units with work surface over. There is quarry- tiled flooring.
Outisde there to the rear of the property there is a substantial lawned garden, again, surrounded by mature plants and trees.
Running at back of the house and garden is a stream.
Along with the property there is a stone barn on the opposite side of the road that is currently used as a wood store.