3 Fell Dyke Cottages, Lamplugh CA14 4SH

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Summary

Price: £195,000
Reference: 3Fell Dyke Cottages
Property Type: End of Terrace

3 Fell Dyke Cottages is a cosy slate built two bedroomed cottage in a quiet hamlet on the outskirts of the village of Lamplugh. 

The cottage boasts stunning views towards the coast and across the Solway to the Scottish hills.  It is on the doorstep of the Lake District fells and within the boundary of the Lake District National Park World Heritage site. 

 Lamplugh is a scattered community midway between Ennerdale and Loweswater with Cogra Moss reservoir and its surrounding forest, nearby.  It is the starting point for many walks and is on the Sea to Sea cycle route. 

 The nearby town of Cockermouth provides a wide variety of independent shops, inns and restaurants and also a local community hospital.

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3 Fell Dyke Cottages is a cosy slate built two bedroomed cottage in a quiet hamlet on the outskirts of the village of Lamplugh. 

The cottage boasts stunning views towards the coast and across the Solway to the Scottish hills.  It is on the doorstep of the Lake District fells and within the boundary of the Lake District National Park World Heritage site. 

 Lamplugh is a scattered community midway between Ennerdale and Loweswater with Cogra Moss reservoir and its surrounding forest, nearby.  It is the starting point for many walks and is on the Sea to Sea cycle route. 

 The nearby town of Cockermouth provides a wide variety of independent shops, inns and restaurants and also a local community hospital.

The property was built in the 1840s as a miner’s cottage and has been in the current owner’s family for over 80 years.  The property was formerly two cottages and converted into a single dwelling in the 1960s.  Further refurbishment was undertaken in 2000 to cater for disabled living on the ground floor.

The property provides huge potential for further development and extension to suit individual requirements (subject to planning approval).  There is a large, secluded garden to the south, as identified on the property plan, which is subject to a development overage.  The cottage downstairs has a basic kitchen with a separate utility room and shower, a bright sunny living room with French doors to the garden, a dining room (which could be used as a study or third bedroom), a bathroom and conservatory.  Upstairs are two double bedrooms - one with an original cast iron fireplace.  The cottage is double glazed, with the exception of the front porch, and benefits from partial electric heating.  There is also off-road parking for up to three vehicles.

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