A stunning Grade ll listed barn conversion sleeps 6, located amongst the picturesque surroundings of the Lake District National Park. Wicklow Barn enjoys a unique and charming split level layout, capitalising on the spectacular far reaching views towards Whitbarrow Scar, Fairfield and Kentmere Valley. Occupying an elevated position in the highly sought after South Lakeland parish of Cartmel Fell, this wonderful barn has been beautifully developed and renovated to provide a great family living space with high quality fitments, superb synergy between original character and contemporary designs.. Three versatile reception rooms are complemented by a fantastic breakfast kitchen and utility. There are three double bedrooms, two of which are Ensuite, and a fantastic house bathroom. Outside, there is private parking, a lovely garden area with patio with BBQ and delightful views.
Upon entering the striking entrance hall, there is a remarkable full height vaulted ceiling with oak beams and mezzanine landing. This welcoming entrance leads through to an impressive dining space which comfortably seats 6 with glazed doors opening onto countryside views. There are impressive exposed beam features, exposed stone walls and a magnificent large timber door dated 1881 that forms part of the listing.
The Kitchen leads from the impressive entrance hall via limestone tiled steps leading down to the superb open plan breakfast kitchen. Featuring a fantastic range of wall and base units, topped with Burlington green slate work surfaces, encompass a fantastic range of integrated appliances, including two fridges and freezers, dishwasher, Britannia range cooker with six ring gas hob and a double Belfast sink, complete with Quooker tap for instant boiling water and a additional filtered water tap. The stylish and substantial island unit with breakfast bar seating is finished in the same design with beautiful green slate top perfect for family and friends to gather around. Furthermore more, there is a breakfast table and the kitchen enjoys lovely views over the garden towards Whitbarrow scar.
Utility Immediately adjacent to the kitchen, there is a selection of wall and base units perfect for storage, space for a washing machine and also featuring a door to the patio seating area and garden.
The elevated living room is bright and welcoming with far reaching views across the adjoining countryside towards Winster Valley and on a clear day, Kentmere. The ceiling is double height, vaulted and has wonderful exposed beam features. Providing a magnificent centre point is the wood burning stove set upon a slate hearth with exposed stone surround.
Bedroom 2 is accessed via a marvellous timber door, which is dated 1881 and is a real feature, this superb double bedroom is ideal for guests and enjoys a vaulted ceiling, beam detail and far reaching views towards Whitbarrow Scar. The Ensuite shower room is neatly presented and comprises a fully tiled walk in shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and WC.
Leading up a bespoke made oak and glazed staircase leads to a stunning mezzanine landing area where you will find the Master Bedroom, Bed room 3 and a study/ reading room.
Bedroom 3 is the smallest of the three bedrooms, but still lovely and spacious with a luxurious King size bed, two double integrated wardrobes, draws and benefits from delightful views across the adjacent farmland.
Study/ Reading Room- The smallest upstairs room, yet full of character with exposed beam features and lovely country views providing a great place to sit and take in the quiet peaceful surroundings. Equipped with a comfy sofa and small desk a perfect place to catch up on your emails.
Bathroom Bright and airy, this impressive bathroom, like the rest of the house, has been meticulously updated to provide a soothing contemporary space. A free standing Victoria & Albert egg shaped bath with designer waterfall tap is further complemented by a beautiful marble basin stand, large shower cubicle.
The Uniquely deigned master suite has a large Kingsize bed with built in wardrobes, this impressive master suite boasts many characterful features and the pretty cottage style window overlooks the beautiful lawned garden with views beyond. Open plan to the shower room, taken from a boutique hotel design, this en suite bedroom is both stylish and functional. The shower area is accessed from two sides and features twin shower, WC and limestone hand basin. It has been fully tiled in mosaic to create a luxurious finish.
The house is access via a very quiet country lane and there is plentiful parking for four vehicles on the graveled area to the front of the Barn. This beautiful stone barn is extremely attractive on the approach to the back of the property is a wonderful paved patio area leading on to a fully enclosed garden which is perfect for dogs. The area is perfect for outdoor dining with quality garden furniture and a BBQ a great place to spend an evening whilst enjoying the spectacular views of Cartmel Fell.
Cartmel Fell has an abundance of pubs in the immediate area, and the very popular Masons Arms at Strawberry Bank is within walking distance. This rural community, once home to the author Arthur Ransome, benefits from an interesting church built in 1504 to save the local farming community the six miles to Cartmel Priory. There is a small village store in nearby Bowland Bridge and plentiful walks from the doorstep. The hamlets of High Newton, Witherslack and Winster are all easily accessible and Wicklow Barn is well placed for access into the honeypots of the National Park, toward Kendal and the A590 for travel on the M6 or West Coast rail line.