Great location and some interesting midcentury-style architecture – this four-bedroomed house in Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria certainly has a lot going for it.
We don't know when it was built, the 1960s would be a educated guess though, with the current owners being here for the last 30 years. Found in 'one of the area's foremost post codes' and in the middle of the Lake District, the house is a mix of old and new, with the original design features intact, rubbing shoulders with some modern-day upgrading in the kitchen and bathroom for example.
Outside, you'll find a double detached garage with access to the' undercroft storage'. Inside, there's an entrance hallway with apex ceiling, a living room with the same wood panelled ceiling, Lakeland slate pillars and with access leading on to the balcony, which has views to Lake Windermere. There's also a newly fitted kitchen a ground floor snug, four bedrooms (one with en suite three piece shower room) a family bathroom and fully tiled laundry.
Love some of the interior furnishings too, not least the gold discs on the wall. Some old rock star living here? You can find out if you book a viewing, although you'll need £1,300,000 to buy it.