Sanderson House is a renovated period property believed to date back to the early 1600s and set on a generous plot with fabulous far-reaching views towards the coast and Lake District National Park.

Its spacious accommodation has been extensively renovated with the heart of the home now the stylish breakfasting kitchen.

The original property, which was formerly made up of four cottages, became one house in the late1980s and has been upgraded since.

It now combines original features with the requirements of modern-day living.

It boasts traditional limestone and oak flooring and exposed beams, complemented by underfloor heating throughout and high-quality fixtures and fittings.

The breakfasting kitchen leads off the entrance hall and has an original range a focal point in the dining area.

The kitchen has a wealth of units with quartz work surfaces, integrated appliances and a central island with complementary oak worktop. A reception room on the ground floor could be used as a study, snug or bedroom, being adjacent to a shower room.

An office/store room, utility, boot room

and storage cupboard complete the ground-floor layout with the sitting room located

on the first floor to capture the spectacular views of the coast and Lake District National Park.

Three double bedrooms, one en-suite, and family bathroom of generous proportions provides a bath, wash hand basin and WC.

Externally, Sanderson House is surrounded on three sides by a gravelled parking area and also has an outside store and double garage with power and lighting.

The gardens are truly delightful, laid mainly to lawn with the colourful beds and borders interspersed throughout the grounds.

A charming summer house and decked area sits in a secluded corner of the garden giving an ideal spot for al-fresco dining and entertaining.

Sanderson House, Sandwith, near Whitehaven, is for sale at £495,000 from Finest Properties, tel. 01768 744324.