Maison individuelle à vendre à 37 Silverdale Road, Yealand Redmayne

1 075 538 €
Lancaster District, 37 Silverdale Road

Maison • 3 pce(s) • 4 Chambres • 3 SDB • Réf: 2915672

An impressive former Georgian farmhouse finished to a high standard, beautifully presented and having extensive accommodation and fabulous gardens of around 1.71 acres.

This is a light and bright house which enjoys great views both of the
delightful garden to the west and of the wider countryside to the east. Benefitting
from a popular village location within a Conservation Area, Yealand Redmayne
is highly accessible for both the A6 and M6 and for access to the rail network at
Carnforth and Lancaster.

The original farmhouse dates back to the 1750s, there was then a Victorian extension and in the 1990s, the attached barn was converted; together they have created a substantial property with well balanced living space. If you like to entertain, the super dining kitchen and two reception rooms are likely to appeal and if you have a large family or like to host guests then the four double bedrooms (two of which have ensuite shower rooms) and a house bathroom will no doubt suit you well. There's a dedicated home office and a large attic room. Outside are delightful well
stocked and lovingly tended large landscaped gardens. There's excellent parking, an integral single garage (previously used as a gym) and a detached double garage.

When looking for a property the owners wanted a period house of space and stature, something that offered peace and quiet in terms of setting, a location that was highly accessible and somewhere they could have the convenience of lots of lovely country walks right from the door. They found Redbank House and it ticked all the boxes.

Their favourite parts of the house are the brightness of the dining kitchen and the view of the garden, they love entertaining especially on a winter's evening when the candles and fire are lit in the atmospheric dining room and the wood burner is alight in the sitting room. They'll miss "owning our own hill" and the views from the top of it over the house to the fells beyond. They've found the combination of an old house with the convenience of modern appointments and fittings very appealing and will certainly be trying to replicate that again in their next property.. but for now, we're looking for new custodians of this lovely period home.

Location - The villages of Yealand Redmayne and Yealand Conyers are set to the west of the A6 and M6 as it runs between Kendal and Lancaster therefore offering great accessibility to the wider road network. There's a train station in Carnforth on the branch line which has regular services to Lancaster station on the main West Coast line. This is a location for those that value the peace, quiet and the value of a strong local community that a well respected village and neighbourhood has to offer whilst remaining well placed for getting out and about both for daily errands and days out.

Step Inside - There's a feel good factor with a light house and Redbank House certainly delivers in this department, it's a lovely bright and airy house with well proportioned rooms, high ceilings and tall windows. It's an appealing combination of up to date fittings (with contemporary kitchen, utility, bathroom, shower room and cloakroom appointments) alongside period features such as old fireplaces (the sitting room has the original chimney crane for hanging the cooking pot over the fire), oak and pine panel doors, alcove cupboards, beams and a polished quarry tiled floor. Where items have been replaced they have been chosen to complement the period nature of the property; these include sandstone flag floors, mock sash casement windows and oak internal joinery including a substantial oak staircase.

The house is sure to appeal to families, but would equally well suit a professional or retired couple looking to embrace the space in the house and revel in the ability to entertain with ease and invite guests to stay over. The reception rooms have a great flow and there's a choice of places to dine, whether it's for a weekend brunch or informal supper in the sunny dining kitchen or a Sunday lunch or winter evening's dinner in the formal dining room.

There are two entrances to the house; visitors on foot will probably call at the front entrance porch which opens into the staircase hall, those arriving by car will gravitate to the back door which opens to a hallway which then links round to the same staircase hall. Either way, attractive entrances leading right into the central thoroughfare of the house.

The popularity and appeal of working from home at least for part of the week if not full time is now well established and if you're looking for space for a desk then the study has not only the advantage of hyperfast broadband for but also a super view of the rear garden.. Although watching the birds on the feeder may prove a distraction.

Always the heart of the home, the large bright modern dining kitchen has been refitted with the classical and timeless combination of cream painted shaker style units under black granite worktops. The roof lantern and triple aspect allow light to flood in and there are French windows opening to the main seating terrace. An island unit with breakfast bar occupies a central position and there's a double Belfast sink and oak wine rack. Well equipped, fitted appliances include NEFF double oven, an AEG wide induction hob with extractor fan over, built-in Zanussi microwave and dishwasher, Bosch fridge freezer. In the utility room there's space for a washing machine and fittings similar to the main kitchen. The integral single garage offers a few options for repurposing now that the double garage has been built. With fitted cupboards and drawers it's great for storage or would make a cracking workshop or hobbies space but it's also been used recently as a gym.

All four bedrooms are good double rooms. The master bedroom suite is worthy of note as it opens to an inner hall off which is a double bedroom with a super far reaching view over fields towards Ingleborough, a shower room and fitted dressing room. The main guest bedroom has a ceiling rising almost to the apex, a lovely view of the rear garden and its own ensuite shower room. There are then two further double bedrooms which are served by the house bathroom. Offering further space is the second floor attic room with two striking king post trusses and exposed purlins. The central heating extends up here and there are Velux skylights so with minimal work it would make a great everyday useable space, whether it's a play room, studio or games room.

All in all, a prime property, combining period charm with modern appointments in extensive accommodation in a delightful garden setting and choice location.

Step Outside - Turning in from the road the driveway of the property opens to an extensive gravel parking area with plenty of room for cars, camper vans, boats and the like.

The detached double garage is sufficiently spacious for two cars (with electric up and over doors) and has a range of units with a sink unit providing a useful workshop or hobbies area. Within the garage is a garden loo, there's an attached log store with a second wood store positioned on the house's gable end.

The garden at Redbank House is an absolute joy, planted for seasonal interest there is structure, interest and colour throughout the year. The gardening year starts with carpets of bulbs including snowdrops, daffodils and tulips at which point the herbaceous borders and beds come to life and the flowering shrubs start to shine. Mature trees provide the anchor points in the garden with a stately cedar tree at the front, an impressive pine tree and weeping willow as well as a rare Japanese Handkerchief Tree, magnolia and variegated hollies.

The front garden sits above road level and is planted with roses and lavender amongst others; it provides a charming foreground to the far reaching view across the fields to Farleton Knott with Ingleborough rising in the distance.

The main garden is situated to the rear of the house and is private and sunny. It has been landscaped to provide distinct enclaves of interest and use and also a variety of seating areas - the owners love the fact that they can move round the garden following the sun, although they've also said that on the hottest of days there's nowhere nicer than sitting under the graceful weeping willow tree.

Immediately next to the house is a large flag seating terrace with a south and west orientation - this is an exceptionally private sun trap - lovely for garden furniture and eating alfresco. Curved around this seating area is a retaining wall with a raised bed planted with a selection of flowering shrubs including hydrangea and camellias with a backdrop of clematis growing against the boundary.

Winding its way up the gently sloping garden is a gravel path edged in lavender with a bed of roses. It leads towards a second flagged terrace with a surrounding curved wall and is a favoured spot for BBQs. Further into the garden there's a third dedicated seating area in front of the octagonal summer house where double doors open to provide a lovely spot for a sheltered cup of tea, quiet read or afternoon snooze. Opposite the summer house a circular paved area provides a further spot for garden furniture and is an exceptionally private place to sit.

A hedge of dogwood and hazel screens a wildlife pond with a bench placed to watch for occupants and admire the marsh marigolds and bulrushes. Under the surrounding canopy of trees are various woodland plants including delicate fritillaries. A large lawn is central to the main garden and would be great for children - in fact little ones will enjoy hide and seek and making dens in this outdoor paradise.

The garden keeps on giving and the kitchen garden is well executed so if you're keen to grow your own then it's not just the greenhouse and potting shed that will be of interest, there are raised beds, a herb garden, various orchard fruit trees (cooking and eating apples, pear and damson trees) and fruit bushes (autumn raspberries, gooseberries, blueberries black and red currants). At the top of the rear garden is a beech hedge and deer fence with a gate providing access to the paddock, in spring it's a blanket of golden daffodils, this is the ideal area if you were looking to keep chickens or simply have an informal garden for children and dogs. The owners mow a path through the grass and deer are frequent visitors.

At the top of the paddock there is access onto the passing footpath in Cringlebarrow Wood which then leads up to the stone circle on Summerhouse Hill. It's the largest stone circle in Lancashire and a Scheduled Monument with Historic England; the views from here are stunning encapsulating Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland Fells. There are strategically placed sheds, outside lighting, power points, water butts and taps around the garden. An area is also dedicated to compost bins.

Directions - Use Sat Nav LA5 9TA with reference to the directions below:

Exit the M6 at J35 and head north on the A6. There are several turnings left which will take you to Yealand Conyers and Yealand Redmayne but on the first visit we recommend turning left onto Nineteen Acre Lane and at the T junction, turn left. Redbank House is a short way along on the right. The driveway turning is immediately before the house.

Services - Mains electricity, water and gas.
Gas fired central heating.
Private septic tank within the boundaries
12 solar panels on the garage roof.
Fibre optic broadband from B4RN (Broadband for the Rural North

South Lakeland District Council - Council tax band G
Tenure - Freehold

On The Road - M6 J35 - 4 miles
Carnforth - 4.2 miles
Lancaster - 1 miles
Kendal - 12.8 miles
Manchester -63.8 miles
Manchester airport -70.8 miles
Liverpool airport - 76.5 miles
The above journey distances are for approximate guidance only and have been sourced from the fastest route on the AA website from the property postcode.

Schools - Primary
Yealand Redmayne, Carnforth, Milnthorpe,
Holme and Burton in Kendal

Kirkby Lonsdale, Milnthorpe (Dallam) and

Things To Do In The Area - Levens Hall, Leighton Hall, Sizergh Castle, RSPB Leighton Moss, and the Nature Reserves at Warton Crag and Gait Barrows.

Local Leisure Activities - Golf courses at Silverdale, Kirkby Lonsdale, Morecambe, Kendal and Lancaster. Various sports clubs in Carnforth, Milnthorpe, Kendal and Lancaster.

Local Eateries - New Inn at Yealand Conyers, Strickland Arms at Sizergh, Plough Inn at Lupton, Sun Inn (and many others) at Kirkby Lonsdale.

Great Walks Nearby - Straight from the door is a lovely walk to the viewing point at Summerhouse Hill. Within driving distance are the promenades and coastal walks at Morecambe, Arnside, Silverdale and Grange over Sands and the hills and dales of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks.


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37 Silverdale Road, Lancaster District

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