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£795,000 | Glen Auldyn Lodge, Glen Auldyn, Lezayre, IM7 2AH

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  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
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  • School district: North

Property Details

Agent’s Comments:- Dating from around 1860 this Victorian Country House occupies an impressive position within mature well stocked grounds of around 1.3 acres or thereabouts which includes a small paddock. It is approached over its own bridge, through electrically operated, remote controlled, security double gates onto a generous shingled driveway which leads to the detached garage and the main entrance forecourt area. The property has had the benefit of extensions during the last 25 years or so which has produced spacious and elegant accommodation which includes reception hall, cloakroom off, morning room, formal dining room, drawing room, bespoke fitted dining kitchen, 5 bedrooms in all, each with its own character and with the master bedroom having a generous en suite bathroom. There is also an attractively fitted family bathroom. Oil fired central heating is installed.
The present owners have, at considerable expense, renovated, refurbished and sympathetically restored the property with special attention to fine detailing and the use of special finishes which include wallpapers from Zoffany, Nina Campbell, Colefax and Fowler and Alexander Beaucham. Internal paint finishes have been sourced from Farrow and Ball who are manufactures of traditional papers and paint. The fine décor and finish is complemented with hand made light switches and sockets from Bromleighs of Kent.
Glen Auldyn Lodge occupies a private and sheltered position at the head of this scenic glen has lovely views and there are delightful hill and woodland walks close by.
It is extremely rare for a property such as Glen Auldyn Lodge with its restored period finishes and attention to detail to come to the market and therefore a viewing is strongly recommended as any discerning house buyer will not fail to appreciate this fine property.
The price is to include quality fitted carpets.
As previously mentioned the property is approached over its own private bridge through electrically operated wrought iron double gates (with security entry system) onto an extensive shingled driveway which leads to the garaging and also to the forecourt parking at the main entrance.
The property sits impressively within grounds that are established and very well tended. There is a large lawned front garden containing established specimen trees and shrubs. Two lawned side garden areas flank the driveway approach to the garaging. Banked rear garden with established shrubs and a lawned area with a flower bed. Small detached stone built store. Rear attached boiler house containing the Camray Quartet oil fired central heating boiler. To the rear of the double garage is a gated access to a small paddock which leads up to the mountain grazing at the rear of the property. The total area including this portion and the gardens is approximately 1.3 acres.

ACCOMMODATION

Reception Hall (approx.  13’3” x 12’3” )
Deep coved ceiling. Original period fireplace with a polished mahogany surround and mantle along with a cast iron and tiled interior. 2 wall light points. Telephone point. Understairs cupboard.

Cloakroom
Classic white period style handmade suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with antique gold taps and a WC with brass pipe work. Coved ceiling. Cloaks hanging area.

Morning Room (approx.  25’1” x 13’7”)
Impressive carved white marble fireplace with a white veined marble interior and hearth along with a fluted cast iron interior housing a Flavel Emberglow coal effect living flame gas fire. Deep coved ceiling. 4 wall light points. Television aerial lead.

Formal Dining Room (approx.  18’1” x 14’4”)
Feature veined, claret coloured, marble fireplace with an arched cast iron interior housing a coal effect living flame gas fire set on a tiled hearth. Ornate Acanthus Leaf plaster ceiling cornice. 3 wall light points. Fitted glass ware/crockery cabinet with a double cupboard beneath. “Bookcase” paneled secret door to the kitchen.

Drawing Room (approx.  42’0”max x 17’9” max.)
This particularly attractive room was added around 1982 and was designed in such away to provide lovely views across the gardens to the glen. Dominating but complementing the room is an impressive polished mahogany fireplace with a tiled hearth and a mirrored polished mahogany over mantle. Acanthus Leaf plaster cornice ceiling. Television and telephone points. Double French doors give access the shingled driveway and front garden.

Dining Kitchen (approx.  20’2” x 11’5”)
Tastefully appointed and fitted with cream distressed finished handmade base units, wall cupboards and tall larder unit by Chris Leach of Acorn Kitchens, a family run business producing only 3 or 4 bespoke kitchens a year. The units are complemented with locally sourced birch worktops and 3 handmade wicker baskets. There is also a wide wash stand style unit in natural pine complete with polish granite worktops, one of which incorporates a fluted drainer and finished with a twin bowl white French farmhouse ceramic sink with a brass mixer tap. Fitted pine plate rack and 2 display cabinets above. Deep and wide recess with a pine surround housing a matching distressed cream finished units again with polished granite worktop and housing a Falcon professional range style cooker with a 5 burner gas hob (bottled gas supply), fan and conventional electric ovens and a grill. Elica fitted extractor fan above with twin down lights. Mandarin slate floor. 2 Television points. Wall light point. External stable door to the rear.

FIRST FLOOR
Long Landing with a coved ceiling and loft access.

Master Bedroom (approx.  18’4” x 14’3”)
Coved ceiling. 2 wall light points. Delightful glen views.

En Suite (approx.  14’4” x 7’10”)
A spacious light and airy room fitted with a Heritage period style suite in classic white comprising freestanding cast iron roll top slipper bath complete with ball and claw feet with a polished brass mixer tap/hand shower and brass pipe work. Pedestal wash hand basin with period style brass taps. High flush WC. with brass pipe work. Fitted Amadeus double size shower cubicle with ¾ tiled walls and a fully plumbed thermostatically controlled Mira Excel shower. Extractor fan.  Coloured wash natural pine part paneled walls with decorative inset square panels. 3 wall light points. Period style central heating radiator.

Bedroom 2 (approx.  12’3” x 17’4”)
Into a recess with window and a Vernon Tutbury white pedestal wash hand basin with period style brass taps. Original coved ceiling. 2 wall light points.

Bedroom 3 (approx.  12’3” x 12’5”)
Painted cast iron decorative fireplace. Original coved ceiling. Vernon Tutbury white pedestal wash hand basin with period style brass taps. Wall light point above.

Bedroom 4 (approx.  12’5” x 9’9”)
Coved ceiling. Vernon Tutbury white pedestal wash hand basin with period style brass taps. Wall light point above.

Bedroom 5 (approx.  12’3” x 8’8”)
Coved ceiling. 2 wall light points. Telephone point.

Family Bathroom
Again superbly presented with a period style suite in classic white comprising freestanding roll top bath with ball and claw feet and brass taps, The Imperial pedestal wash hand basin again with brass taps and a high flush WC. with brass pipe work. White colour wash pine dado paneled walls. Le Froy Brooks brass fully plumbed shower with a drench style shower head and a fitted brass circular shower rail with curtain. 2 wall light points.

OUTSIDE

Detached Double Garage (approx.  23’10” x 23’8”)
Twin electrically operated up and over doors. Light and power connected. Side personnel door.

SERVICES
Mains electricity and water are connected.
Private drainage.
Oil fired central heating.
Megaflo pressurised hot water system.
Bottled gas supply.
Security alarm system.
5 external halogen security lights.

Rateable Value: £238  (2016 incl. water rates)

Directions
From the traffic lights in Parliament Square leave Ramsey on the Lezayre Road where, on reaching the outskirts of town, take the last left hand turn into Glen Auldyn. After approximately ¾ mile turn right opposite the Chapel and proceed over the bridge. Follow this single track tarmac lane to the far end where, at the head of the glen, Glen Auldyn Lodge will be clearly seen as the last property on the left hand side.

To make an appointment through Managing Agents Cowley Groves

Please contact our Ramsey Office on 01624 812823 or email us on ramsey@cowleygroves.com

We look forward to being of service to you.

Cowley Groves Ramsey Team

Daniel Buxton, Trish Taylor, Diana Tarrant

 

 

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