A rare opportunity to purchase a period property offering the ultimate in flexible accommodation suitable for multi-generational living or Holiday Let business with stables and paddocks extending to 1.56 acres. Large gardens, garage, store and driveway complete Moor Row House which occupies approximately 2.8acres in all.
Moor Row house, originally constructed in the 1600’s and extended in the 1860’s, comprises an extensive 6 bedroom detached property. Retaining many period features throughout including original stone floors, 2 oven AGA, orangery and Biliards room, this property could be occupied as a single dwelling or 2 separate dwellings. Cowans Butt barn was converted in 2007 to a very high standard and offers a 3 bedroom detached annexe or holiday let complimenting the main house perfectly. Outside there are extensive mature gardens, 1.56 acres of paddocks, swimming pool (no heating equipment and in need of maintenance), detached garage, store shed and 3 loose boxes with feed store. Whilst the house would benefit from some decorative TLC Moor Row house was extensively re-wired in 2011 and new boilers were installed in 2002.
The central hallway of Moor Row House with original tiled floor, stone fireplace and sweeping hardwood staircase instantly welcomes you to the property from the front door. With period features throughout and the original sash and case timber framed windows throughout, Moor Row House offers extensive flexible accommodation.
Constructed in the the 1860’s this later section of the house offers a large reception room on the ground floor with open fire and original fireplace and 2 pairs of double doors to the garden; to the rear is the heart of the house – the magnificent family dining kitchen with fitted kitchen and cream 2 oven electric AGA (converted from oil) and retaining the original bell board as a feature. A large utility room with door to the rear and plumbing for washing machines and sinks, a large Billiard’s/Games room with original stone benching and stone floor and a stunning orangery complete the ground floor. On the first floor there is an beautiful master bedroom complete with marble feature fireplace and either dressing room or additional single bedroom adjacent. A further bedroom (1 with en-suite shower) and a large bathroom complete this element of the house.
The other half of the house, constructed in the1600’s, provides a kitchen with fitted units, stainless steel sink , 2 reception rooms both with open fires and shower room on the ground floor with 3 double (1 with en-suite) and 1 single bedroom together with a bathroom on the first floor. There are exposed beams and original stone floors and staircases through the hall and kitchen, filling this part of the house with character as well.
Whilst the house is built in 2 sections, the accommodation flows beautifully and this main house would make a stunning single 7 bedroom dwelling, ideal for family living or it could easily be split with part let as a holiday let or occupied as an annexe.
Outside: Moor Row House sits with 2.8 acres of grounds with extensive mature gardens to the side and front and includes a swimming pool albeit it does not have working heating equipment. To the rear of the property is a large garage with timber doors, a traditional stone built shed with wooden double doors, 3 loose boxes and a feed store within a traditional stone building with timber cladding to the front. There are 2 paddocks extending to 1.5acres.
This 3 bedroom modern (2006) barn conversion has been completed to a high standard and benefits from open plan Dining/Kitchen/Living room with fitted kitchen, integrated hob and electric oven together with freestanding dishwasher, fridge freezer and washing machine. The double height living area has a woodburner creating a focal point in the room. A feature oak staircase leading to a galleried landing gives access to the 1st floor with 2 double bedrooms and separate bathroom. There is a large 3rd double bedroom (could also be a second reception room) on the ground floor with wet room with walk-in shower. The barn benefits from dedicated oil central heating with its own oil tank and boiler as well as a dedicated sewerage treatment plant installed at the time of conversion. The barn is fully double glazed with timber framed windows and doors.
Directions: Travelling from Carlisle, on the A596 after passing Wigton take the B5302 signposted for Silloth. After approximately 2 miles take the turning to the right signposted for Moor Row, pass a bungalow and Moor Row House is on the left. Cowans Butt Barn is clearly marked on Google Maps. The postcode for the property is CA7 0DL but please note the postcode does not take you directly to the property.