Greenlands, Gardeners Lane, Ramsey, IM8 2TF

Property Description

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Agent's Comments
I was excited to find this property tucked away in a beautiful setting with amazing gardens and wildlife throughout. The house although large feels cosy and very homely, if you're looking for a property that offers the space, gardens and a central Ramsey location, please come and talk to Daniel Buxton in our Cowley Groves Ramsey branch today.

Accommodation

Ground Floor

Portico Entrance

Reception Hall (approx. 18'9 x 6'0)
Acanthus leaf cornicing, corbels and antique gold radiator. Gold lantern set into moulded acanthus leaf ceiling centre piece.

Drawing Room (approx. 21'3 x 13'0)
Bay sash window with window seat and storage cupboards below. Adam style fireplace with marble hearth. Two illuminated arched niches with cupboard beneath one. Brass chandelier.

Dining Room (approx. 15'0 x 14'0)
Bay sash window. Adam style carved wood fireplace with original Victorian cast iron inset. Marble hearth with decorative flower design tiles and feature mirror over. Brass chandelier set within a moulded centre piece.

Lower Hall (approx. 14'9 x 6'0)
Pitch pine flooring. Acanthus leaf cornice and corbel. Antique gold radiator. Large sash window. Double mahogany doors open into:

Dining Hall (approx. 20'6 x 13'3)
Pitch pine flooring. Mahogany panelled walls and staircase. Four cut glass downlighters. Two antique gold radiators. Door into the garden room and utility room. Four sash windows. Double height ceiling. Mahogany stable door into:

Farmhouse Kitchen (approx. 20'3 x 20'9)
Fitted with a range of base, wall and drawer units. Laminated marble design work surfaces incorporate a Frank Calypso Fraquartz one and a half bowl sink with a single. Cheshire brick walls. Eight ceiling downlighters. Three hanging lights. Italian tiled ceramic tiled flooring. Three antique green radiators. Stable door to providing access to the outside. Set of hardwood French doors lead into:

Garden Room (approx. 28'0 x 20'6)
Feature Cheshire brick circular fireplace with a slate hearth. Pitch pine beams and floor (under the carpet). Arched niches with ceiling downlighters. Two antique gold radiators. Triple aspect windows provide views over the rear garden and lake with window seats. Set of French doors lead out onto the Manx stone terrace with external lamps. Sky television connection point.

Cloakroom
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising of a shower cubicle, John H Cubbon wash hand basin and a heritage W.C. Pitch pine flooring.

Utility/Boiler Room (approx. 13'3 x 13'0)
Newly fitted Worcester Danesmoor Utility 23/32 oil fired central heating boiler. Armitage Shanks Belfast sink. Dennis Ruabon tiled flooring. Half glazed stable door leads out to the rear garden. York stone styled paved area with portico cover.

South Wing

First Floor

Half Landing

Landing
Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.

Bedroom 1 (approx. 13'3 x 12'3)
Fitted wardrobes. Central dressing table. Storage cupboards. Sash window with views out over the front lawn.

Bedroom 2 (approx. 12'0 x 6'3)
Sash window with views out over the front lawn. Potential dressing room or en-suite.

Bedroom 3 (approx. 13'0 x 11'9)
Shelved arched niche. Sash window with views over the front lawn.

Bedroom 4 (approx. 20'0 x 11'3)
Double wall antique brass lamps. Two brass-cut glass chandeliers. Double doors to:

En-Suite
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising of a shower cubicle with wash hand basin and W.C.

Family Bathroom
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising of a newly fitted, bath tub,  wash hand basin with a wall mounted cabinet over and W.C. Fitted cupboard. Skylight.

Galleried Landing (approx. 21'0)
Mahogany panelling. Concealed storage cupboard. Brass wall lights.

Galleried Library/Sitting Area (approx. 14'9 x 12'0)
Mahogany panelling. Antique brass gold radiator. Brass chandelier.

North Wing
Accessed through an archway.

First Floor

Landing
Walk-in linen cupboard with water cylinder and linen shelves.

Bedroom 5 (approx. 9'9 x 9'3)
Window providing views over the woodland to the west. Double radiator. Large ceiling beam.

En-Suite
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising of a shire bath tub, heritage wash hand basin and W.C. Wooden panelling. Decorative cornice. Wooden doors provide access into shelved linen cupboards to either side of bath. Heated towel rail.

Study/Sitting Room (approx. 23'6 x 20'0)
Triple aspect windows providing superb views over the grounds and lake. Cheshire brick walls and fireplace. Beamed ceiling. Pitch pine flooring. Three antique gold radiators. Sky television connection point.

Master Bedroom (Currently Artists Studio) (approx. 21'9 x 14'0)
Fitted wardrobes. Double aspect windows with views over the front and rear gardens. Balcony (approx. 23’0 x 11’2) with two wall lights and handmade wrought iron balustrade with hardwood rail. Mirrored double doors into:

En-Suite Bathroom
Fitted with a five piece suite comprising of a double size Whirlpool Jacuzzi bath tub, shower cubicle with side jets, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet and W.C. Roman-Greco design. Corinthian columns with acanthus leaf cornices. Marble style tiled walls. Louvered doors to cupboard.

Dressing Room (approx. 12'0 x 5'9)
Fitted with an oval inset wash hand basin with traditional gold taps and mahogany vanity unit below. Double louvered doors lead into:

Walk-in Wardrobe
Fitted with hanging rails and shelves.

Outside

Outbuildings

Attached Double Garage (approx. 20'0 x 18'9)
Ample space for two vehicles cars, sit-on mower and cupboards.

Adjoining Work Room/Store (approx. 12'0 x 12'0)

Glass House (approx. 16'0 x 12'0)
Gabriel Ash RHS approved, cedar hardwood construction. Winner of Ramsey in Bloom Special Features 2014.

Green Metal Tool Shed (approx. 10'0 x 8'0)

Garden
The property is situated in approximately three and a half acres of mature landscaped gardens. Winner of the Wildlife Garden of the year, Ramsey in Bloom 2015 and 2016.

The gardens have an abundance of wildlife including geese, ducks, moorhens, herons, pheasants, kingfishers, egret etc. Situated on the main lake is a tea house set on a landscaped island which is accessed via a wooden bridge.

A mature woodland lake surrounded by trees, ferns and reeds. Slate steps leading to parkland meadow. Additional field across the Auldyn river. Trees along both sides of Gardeners Lane belong to Greenlands, guaranteeing privacy and seclusion.

Woodland to the west of Greenlands is known as 'Greenlands Curraghs' is protected under Schedule Five of the Wildlife Act 1990 (bat habitat) with no public access.

Extensive riverside frontage with its own fishing rights onto the Sulby River.

There are two points of access to the property through ornamental metal gates. Manx stone wall with gate posts topped by lion sculptures. Victorian street lights. Five security lights.

N.B.
Electrics checked and certified in 2017.

Services
All main services are connected. Oil fired central heating. Optimal fibre broadband, now installed with wi-fi.

Rates
£1,684.00 (incl. water rates) 2019.

Directions
Travelling from Parliament Square along Lezayre Road in the direction of Sulby. Turn right onto Gardeners Lane and continue straight ahead at the roundabout where Greenlands can be found on the left hand side.

Offers
All offers and negotiations through the offices of Cowley Groves & Co Ltd

Possession
Vacant possession will be given on completion by arrangement.

Viewing
Strictly by appointment through the Agents, Cowley Groves & Co, Ltd. 9 Parliament Street, Ramsey, IM8 1AS

To make an appointment through Managing Agents Cowley Groves:
Please contact our Ramsey Office on 01624 812823 or email us on ramsey@cowleygroves.com
Cowley Groves are open Saturday 9.00am - 4.00pm.

We look forward to being of service to you.
Cowley Groves Team

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