Located within the spectacular Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offering the perfect blend between contemporary finishes and period features, is this characterful grade II listed three bedroom stone built cottage in the sought after village of Wray. Built in the 18th century, the stunning property is available with no onward chain and will suit a range of buyers from families to second home owners and boasts spacious living accommodation, along with an attractive walled garden and private driveway to the rear. Situated within 10 miles of Lancaster and the M6 motorway, the sought after village is an ideal semi-rural retreat and boasts a thriving and diverse community with amenities including a highly regarded local primary school, a post office and a popular village pub. There is also a local shop, tea room and garden centre nearby and a good selection of secondary schooling that includes the Queen Elizabeth School in Kirkby Lonsdale and the Boys’ and Girls’ Grammar Schools in Lancaster. The internal layout briefly comprises on the ground floor of a large open plan kitchen / diner complete with modern fitted kitchen and integral appliances, along side an inviting lounge complete with feature stone fireplace and log burning stove. To the first floor is large master bedroom, a smaller double bedroom, a good sized single bedroom and a fitted four piece bathroom suite. A boarded loft space accessed from the landing provides valuable storage space. Externally, the private rear garden is raised up and provides a relaxing space for external dining, courtesy of the flagged patio area which lies adjacent to a small lawn and mature shrubbery border. The driveway leads round the back of the property and allows off road parking for two vehicles.
4.17 x 7.21 (13'8" x 23'7")
Large open plan kitchen / diner with a modern fitted kitchen and a range of base and wall mounted units, four ring gas hob with oven & grill beneath, integral washing machine & dishwasher, fridge, freezer, tumble dryer, sink and drainer unit. Built in side board and corner unit, tiled flooring and solid oak flooring, farmhouse door leading out to the rear garden, double glazed windows to front and rear aspects, access to under stairs cupboard hosing gas central heating boiler, radiators and ceiling lights.
4.4 x 4.38 (14'5" x 14'4")
Feature stone fire place with multi fuel stove, dual aspect with double glazed windows to front and rear, solid wood flooring, radiator and ceiling light.
4.15 x 4.5 (13'7" x 14'9")
Spacious double bedroom. Dual aspect with double glazed windows to front and rear, radiator and ceiling light.
2.13 x 3.66 (6'11" x 12'0")
Double bedroom. Double glazed window to front aspect, radiator and ceiling light.
2.01 x 3.64 (6'7" x 11'11")
Large single bedroom. Double glazed window to front aspect, radiator and ceiling light.
2.62 x 2.35 (8'7" x 7'8")
Four piece bathroom suite. Corner shower cubicle, panel bath, low flush wc and vanity unit with wash hand basin. Towel radiator, double glazed window, ceiling lights.
Access to loft via drop down ladder. Large tongue and groove boarded loft space for storage with lighting.
Private part-walled rear garden with a driveway providing parking for two vehicles, flagged patio area with plenty of room for a table and chairs, timber shed. (Planning permission has been approved for a larger timber storage shed which could used as a small garage for motorbikes / workshop).
B4RN high speed fibre broadband.