Brunton Lodge is a traditional Lakeland villa built by GH Patterson in 1900 on Lake Windermere in Cumbria. The house sits on the eastern shore and has panoramic views out to the fells and Grizedale Forest.
Accommodation includes a very fine reception hall, and the sitting room offers wide bay windows, French doors to the terrace and a feature fireplace. A separate formal dining room has a double aspect, while the kitchen is fully fitted.
Upstairs the galleried landing features a large stained-glass window and provides access to the master suite, which itself has a balcony with views onto the lake. The guest suite has access to the balcony and the first floor has two further double bedrooms. The second offers has a fifth double bedroom and additional storage.
Outside, the house faces west and sits in its own landscaped gardens which extend down to the lake where the 43ft wet-dock boat house sits.
Brunton Lodge is located just over two miles from Windermere itself, and 13 miles from Oxenholme railway station.
The guide price is £3.25m. For further information please contact Carter Jonas on 01539 722592 or visit www.carterjonas.co.uk.
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