This week our top property in the Allerdale area is this four bedroomed deatched house for sale in Workington. 

It is currently on the market for £335,000 and also comes with two bathrooms. 

The house was built in recent years, however it is not described as a new build; it is on a small development in a real, family friendly community. 

This property is located on the edge of the countryside but is still only a five minute drive into Workington town centre. 

We are told that big improvements have been made to the lounge, garden and garage. 

There is a south facing, low maintenence, garden and a large master bedroom with a stylish en suite. 

It is also within walking distance to 'Good' and 'Outstanding' schools. 

Times and Star: The kitchen The kitchen (Image: Right Move)

eXp UK, North West, the estate agents, said: "This Fabulous Family Home Was Great In 2020, It’s Even Better in 2022. Buying nearly new means all the annoying little snags have been dealt with and you can enjoy the fantastic improvements the current owners have made.

"Built by award winning developer Mandale Homes in 2020, this showhome condition detached family home is ready to move into! You won’t even need to lift a paintbrush.

"Mandale are known for building quality homes but no matter how good the builder, when you buy new you always get a few little irritating snags. And you probably have to put up with living on a building site for a while. 

"Compared to all that hassle, buying nearly new on a finished development is a breeze. Even more so when the current owners have made so many improvements over the last 2 years.

Times and Star: The lounge The lounge (Image: Right Move)

"The ground floor is all about the family spending quality time together. It has a modern, open plan layout with the spacious lounge, dining room and kitchen all creating a seamless, sociable space.

"You’ll find the lounge is a cut above a normal Potters Meadow living room. 

"That's because the current owners have installed a stunning fireplace with a media centre above. It creates a real focal point for the room - drawing your eye whether the TV is on or not."

Times and Star: The garden space The garden space (Image: Right Move)