Not sure the front of the house quite sells it, but the interior and the location of this 1960s midcentury-style timber house in Penrith, Cumbria does make it worthy of a mention.
That location is on the edge of the village of Glenridding, which is at the southern end of Ullswater and at the base of Hellvelyn, England’s 3rd highest mountain. If outdoor activities are your thing, it’s a dream. It’s not too isolated either, with the more substantial town of Penrith not far away.
The house looks 1960s (although the agent doesn’t confirm it), with a design that takes advantage of the surrounding views. It has the look of originality inside, but that’s perhaps down to a good renovation job. This place has been used as a holiday let for some years, so is likely to have been well maintained during that time. Great midcentury look inside though. Be great if the outside culled be upgraded to the same level.
As for space, that consists of an entrance hall, a licking room that’s open to the dining area and kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside, you’ll find off-road parking and gardens to the side and rear.
There’s also what’s described as a ‘mature, broad-leaf copse’, along with space to expand or build a secondary home – although there’s no planning permission in place to do either.
More details and photos on the listing, with a guide price of £450,000.