Unique properties: A stunning Coach House in Cumbria
Posted 4 September 2015 by Marc Da Silva
This week's unique property is a stunning conversion within the Coach House of the historic Whitehall Country House.
Occupying a stunning scenic position, this charming Coach House provides versatile four-bedroom accommodation and benefits from having been tastefully restored to its former glory.
The property, one of three homes created from the original coach house in the grounds of Whitehall country house, is located close to Mealsgate in Cumbria and is surrounded by rolling countryside situated near the Lake District National Park.
A dual aspect master bedroom, a further three bedrooms - one with a Juliette balcony and courtyard views - a drawing room with floor-to-ceiling arched windows to one wall and a cobbled courtyard are highlights of this property, which was constructed in 1861 by the foremost restoration architect of the time, Anthony Salvin, for George Moore - a wealthy merchant and philanthropist.
Ryan Eve, managing director of Finest Properties comments: “3 The Coach House is a beauty from conversions with high quality interior, situated in a stunning scenic position. The property should appeal to a variety of people, it is nestled between the Lake District National Park and the Solway Coast, with excellent access to Carlisle, the M6 and Scotland. This certainly is a lifestyle property and is totally unique.”
Guide price: £349,995
Estate agent: Finest Properties