An excellent spacious four bedroom detached house benefitting from oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing with and a single field enclosure, the site extends in total to approximately 3 acres. The property offers a wide range of lifestyle opportunities as it also includes an excellent workshop with inspection pit. The property benefits from renewable energy income from a wind turbine and solar panels.
Aikrigg Cottage is conveniently situated within four miles distance of the A689 Western Bypass yet sits in a rural setting.
A spacious four bedroom house with rendered elevations and slate roof covering benefitting from oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout. The original house dates from 1835.The property benefits from spacious garden and parking area along with an attached garage, detached workshop including two metal roller doors and inspection pit. The field enclosure to the side and rear extends to 2.45 acres (0.99ha) and includes a fenced off countryside corner with pond and summerhouse.
The property benefits from mains electricity and water. Drainage is to a septic tank. The telephone is installed to BT regulations. Central heating is provided by an oil fired boiler located within the garage.
The property benefits various renewable energy installations which both reduce the annual running costs of the property and generate incomes on an annual basis.
A 6kw Proven WT6000 wind turbine, installed in 2009, is located within the paddock to the rear of the property providing electricity. The turbine produces an annual income of approximately £380.
14 ground mounted solar panels, installed in 2012, are located within the paddock to the rear of the property providing a 3.5kw system. The system produces an annual income of approximately £1,450.
The combined reduction to electric bill is approximately £480 per annum.
The field which lies to the rear and side of the property has its own separate access from the roadside as well as from the orchard area and extends in total to 2.45 acres (0.99ha).
Located within the field near the roadside access is a timber stable and former air raid shelter.
The land benefits from a mains water trough.
To the top corner is a Wildlife Corner which has been fenced off and includes a small pond and timber Summerhouse (2.8m x 3.7m).