Our top property in west Cumbria this week is this wonderful detached house in Lonsties, Keswick. 

It is currently on the market for £750,000 and can be paid for with monthly mortgage payments. 

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The property comes with four bedrooms and two bathrooms and has panoramic views of the lakeland fells. 

This house is in an elevated position and comes with gardens and ample parking and is said to be in a desirable location. 

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As spokesperson from Right Move said: "This beautifully positioned, detached property enjoys superb views of Keswick and the surrounding lakes and fells. Occupying an elevated position in a prime residential area on the outskirts of Keswick, in the heart of the Lake District National Park.

"Fellmere has been thoughtfully refurbished throughout and offers flexible accommodation over three levels, open plan attic space which is currently used as two office spaces but would be equally suitable as a bedroom/master suite, subject to necessary planning consent.

"On the ground floor is a kitchen, sitting/dining room that especially enjoys the beautiful surrounding fell views, three bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC.

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"The lower ground floor offers further accommodation with a self contained annex, having sitting/dining area, kitchen, bedroom to the rear, shower room and separate WC. All within a short distance of Keswick town centre.

"Located in the highly desirable Lonsties area of Keswick and enjoying an elevated position, with stunning views over the town and surrounding lakes and fells. The property is a short drive from the town centre in the heart of the Lake District National Park, with its wide range of amenities including the renowned Theatre by the Lake.

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"Located close to the A591 giving easy access to the central and south lakes, and the A66 is close by with access to the M6 and Penrith with mainline railway station in around 20 minutes by car."