Melbreak Avenue, Cockermouth

SOLD STC

Summary

Price: £157,000
Reference: RS0001
Property Type: Semi-Detached
Looking for a good home in Cockermouth? Look no further than 16 Melbreak Avenue - a smashing 3 bed semi detached property with a good sized kitchen, new bathroom and lovely lounge with doors out to a conservatory. The property benefits from Gas central heating, double glazing, off road parking for t

Property Details

Key Features

Conservatory
Fitted Bathroom
Fitted Kitchen
Garden
Integrated Appliances
No Onward Chain
Off-street parking

Full Description

Looking for a good home in Cockermouth? Look no further than 16 Melbreak Avenue - a smashing 3 bed semi detached property with a good sized kitchen, new bathroom and lovely lounge with doors out to a conservatory. The property benefits from Gas central heating, double glazing, off road parking for two vehicles and ample outside storage space.
The property would suit both first time buyers and buy to let landlords alike.

LOCATION
The property is ideally situated within easy walking distance of the Town Centre. The property is also within walking distance of high rated Primary and Secondary Schools.

Lying just outside the boundary of the Lake District National Park, Cockermouth is an attractive market town not overwhelmed by the tourist atmosphere of Keswick and Ambleside. It is one of only 51 towns in Great Britain designated as a 'Gem' town and is, therefore, recommended for preservation by the state as part of our national heritage. Cockermouth grew up at the junction of the two most important rivers in the area. Here the River Cocker, flowing out of the lakes Buttermere, Crummock and Loweswater meets the River Derwent on its journey from lakes Derwent and Bassenthwaite to the sea at Workington.

Todays visitors are attracted by the town's calm, its nearness to some of the more peaceful lakes and mountains, also the fact that Dorothy and William Wordsworth were born here in a large Georgian house in the Main Street, which is now a National Trust Property. Another famous son of Cockermouth was Fletcher Christian, the man who led the mutiny on 'The Bounty'.

There is the Kirkgate Centre for art, theatre, film and music. Cockermouth has a large proportion of high quality, small independent shops including local butchers, bakers, greengrocers, and fishmongers. There are antique and gift shops plus good cafes, restaurants and cosy inns.


Entrance hall
The property has a large double aspect lounge which leads through double doors into the conservatory. Running parallel to this is the kitchen/diner with built in electric oven and Gas hob with a useful under stairs storage area.


Living room
Spacious double aspect living room leading through to the light and airy conservatory

Kitchen
Large kitchen with built in appliances with views on to the private garden.

Conservatory
South facing conservatory leading out onto the private rear garden

Landing
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms with built in cupboards and a smaller single, and a family bathroom.

Bedroom 1
Double bedroom with built in wardrobes

Bedroom 2
Double bedroom with built in storage

Bedroom 3
Single bedroom. Could also be a handy office space

Bathroom
Well appointed bathroom with over bath shower, WC and basin

Outside
The property has to the from off road parking for two vehicles and an enclosed paved and grassed rear garden and raised flower bed with a large block built shed complete with electric ideal for storage or would be perfect for conversion into a home office (subject to planning).

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