This superb large detached period property is located just out of the centre of Kendal next to the golf course.
Easily accessible for all this South Lakes market town has to offer, as well as being at the gateway to the Lakes, this fantastic property is ideal for family and friends to enjoy time together, but still have ample space for privacy if required.
Set over three floors, the property boasts wonderful views of the river, town and to the Howgills.
On entering the property there is a large square hallway with three reception rooms leading off here and the original wooden staircase.
Enter the large kitchen with granite surfaces, crystal chandeliers and large kitchen island with sink.
In this well-equipped kitchen there is also a woodburning stove, table to seat twelve and patio doors to the outside.
Incredible views await you from the elevated terrace with heated spa pool with electric cover and outdoor comfortable seating.
Back inside are two reception rooms with Smart TVs and real fires set within period marble surrounds.
The main room has a 60 inch TV screen and there are generous circular bay windows with seating areas in both rooms.
Beautifully appointed, one has the theme of a modern hunting lodge while the other has luxurious velvets and soft furnishings.
The conservatory has more comfy seating and a large TV, underfloor heating and French doors opening on to the delightful garden.
To the first floor the master room is fitted with furniture in a French vintage theme and has an en-suite with freestanding spa bath; while the family bathroom has a freestanding bath as well as separate shower.
Two further family bedrooms with Smart TVs are on the second floor with Jack-and-Jill access to a shower room.
Kendal is a 10 minute walk from this cottage and it is steeped in history, with the castle where Henry VIII’s last wife has links to, and the town has a series of quaint yards which you can explore and find excellent independent shops.
There is an excellent weekly market and a host of places to eat, as well as the Brewery Arts Centre.
Kendal is a festival town hosting festivals from food, Comic Art, Lakes Alive which is creative arts, as well as Mountain Fest the biggest of its type internationally.
Windermere and Bowness are just 15 minutes away where you can enjoy a variety of watersports or take a cruise to Ambleside or Newby Bridge.
Beatrix Potter is here too which will delight younger members of your party.
Ambleside, Grasmere and Coniston are all easily accessible as are the Howgills to the west.
You can also hop on the local train to take you to Staveley or Windermere.
Locally, Sizergh Castle with its small lake and resplendent grounds, and Levens with its wonderful interior and garden including world-class topiary are all on your doorstep.
At the end of the day’s activities return to your cottage, enjoy the stunning outdoor space for an alfresco meal or drink or soak up the floral fragrance on the attractive wrought iron veranda.
Chilly nights beckoning, then enjoy the real fires.
There is so much to see and do from this stunning house making it an inspired choice for exploration of this wonderful part of the Lakes.