Ousby, Penrith Under Offer
The original Wesleyan chapel was built in 1872 and now converted, it retains many period features including gothic style arched windows and doors, exposed beams and stonework throughout.
To the front of the property there are two gothic style doorways - one leading into the lounge and the other into a spacious multi-level kitchen, with exposed stone wall, island unit and a raised dining area, perfect for enjoying the lakeland fell views, whilst entertaining.
From the kitchen, you are led into the spacious lounge, with impressive exposed brickwork, large fireplace, wood-burning stove and a mezzanine level cosy snug area. From here, an impressive colourful glass door leads onto the outdoor terrace, perfect for alfresco dining. The ground floor also benefits from a shower room.
To the first floor, four double bedrooms and family bathroom lead from the spacious landing, which also offers flexibility of use, with home office and snug areas a possibility.
To the outside, the chapel has ample parking, a single garage and a private walled garden to the side and front of the property. The garden has a small lawn, trees and established shrubs.
The Chapel is located in a peaceful rural setting in the Lakeland village of Ousby, at the foot of the Pennine fells.
Ousby has an excellent community with an active village hall and The New Fox inn perfect for an evening meal.
The beautiful Eden Valley is on the doorstep and the Lake District National Park and Ullswater are only a 30 minute drive away.
The nearby village of Langwathby has further amenities with primary school, village store/post office and pub.
The nearby A686 offers easy access to the M6 motorway, Penrith and Carlisle with major amenities and West Coast main line stations.
Services and Ratings
Mains electricity, water and Cess pit drainage
Oil Central Heating
Underfloor heating in first floor bathroom
Fibre broadband to property with the option of microwave broadband, currently supplied by LonsdaleNET
Council Tax Band F
From Penrith take the A686 through Langwathby towards Melmerby. After 1.5 miles turn right at the sign for Ousby. In the village, follow the road past the pub and turn left immediately after the pub car park. Follow the road for ½ mile, pass road on the right, pass the village hall. The Chapel will be the next property on left hand side.
Address: The Chapel, Ousby, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 1QA
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