8, HADRIAN COURT UNION LANE, CARLISLE CA8 1BB, UK

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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Receptions: 2

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Last Sold: NOV 2010

Price: £115000


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Agents think: £135,000  1 agent(s) valuations found

HPI banks think: £132,466


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Purplebricks, Head Office Agent Valuation of this property is £135,000

Description:

Offered to the market in excellent order, a two bedroom, second floor apartment in a prestigious development consisting of nine apartments.
Will be of interest to either the young professional couple or the letting/investment market.
The apartment is central heated, UPVC double glazed, has the benefit of a lift and private parking and briefly comprises; entrance hall with entry phone, master bedroom with fully tiled en-suite shower room, second bedroom, bathroom and open plan living room/kitchen including an extensive range of appliances.
The apartment has beautifully polished wood internal doors throughout as well as solid wood flooring. There is an attractive mezzanine floor accessed by a spiral staircase.
Situated in an elevated position on Union Lane within close proximity to the centre of Brampton, where you will find a wealth of amenities. If you are looking for a get away second home, or somewhere to set up an Airbnb for that extra income, then look no further; early viewing is highly recommended.

Location

Brampton is a pretty market town that is the ideal base for exploring Hadrian’s Wall, which is only two miles away. Much smaller than Carlisle, it’s a good spot to base yourself if you’re looking for a quieter lifestyle.

Surrounding the town is the gently rolling countryside of the Irthing Valley and Geltsdale, leading up to the rugged beauty of the North Pennines aonb (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). A rich mosaic of woods, fields and moorlands crossed by numerous footpaths, bridleways and quiet roads makes for perfect walking and cycling country.

Close to the town are pockets of woodland and forest with open access and crisscrossed by way marked routes and handy information panels – at Gelt Woods, Miltonrigg Wood, Rowbank Wood, Talkin Tarn and The Mote/Ridge Wood. A little further away are the beautiful hanging woodlands along the Irthing gorge at Combe Crag Wood and Gilsland Spa.

The low rolling hills conceal the outlying rural villages of Laversdale, Irthington, Walton, Lanercost, Talkin, Low Row, Hallbankgate and the former mining communities of Tindale and Midgeholme on the Pennines, whilst Gilsland, a spa town on the eastern edge of the county, straddles Cumbria and Northumberland.

To the north is Hadrian’s Wall, a 75-mile (120 km) long fortification extending from the Solway Firth to Wallsend-on-Tyne that signified the northern frontier of the Roman Empire. Its strategically placed forts, fascinating milecastles, turrets and signal stations can be easily accessed by the Hadrian’s Wall bus (ad 122), which links to Hadrian’s Wall Path National Trail and Hadrian’s Cycle way.

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