- Unique opportunity to purchase a complete small rural Estate in the highly sought after area of Cartmel which has not been publically marketed in the last 100+ years.
- Substantial five Grade II Listed character property with original wood beams, oak panelled staircase and double glazed sash windows throughout.
- Converted attic currently marketed as a successful holiday let with external access and visible cruck frame beams.
- Recently renovated single bedroom cottage.
- Range of traditional buildings currently housing leisure facilities including hot tub and endless swimming pool. Approved planning permission for further residential conversion.
- Of high interest to those with an equestrian interest or those looking for their own small rural Estate.
- Exceptional views over Cartmel Sands/Morecambe Bay and down towards the Cartmel Valley.
- Wide array of on farm energy sources, presenting sustainable electricity sources with additional income from the grid.
- High speed superfast broadband, currently 10.7Mbs through Kencomp.
- High quality vegetable allotments, polytunnels and orchard.
- Two electric car charge points.
Howbarrow is found in an elevated position overlooking the picturesque Cartmel Valley.
Approximately one kilometre east of the highly recognised village of Cartmel.
The main steading is surrounded by a ring fenced block of good quality grazing and meadow land which rises to the west and presents an excellent viewing point over the Morecambe Bay and back towards the Cartmel Valley. The land is found in good order and well fenced. Such is the layout of the land the vendors with an equestrian passion have created a small cross country course with connecting jumps, starting from the arena on the southern boundary. The drained ménage is 20 x 40m and was resurfaced three years ago with a sand/carpet mix. It is stoned and drained underneath and sits in a prominent position overlooking the valley. Adjacent to the arena is a juvenile mixed deciduous wood consisting of Oak, Ash, Holly, Silver Birch, Cherry and Chestnut. In the norther most corner of the land is a fenced naturally fed pond.