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Digital Archive - Sale Particulars: Hillside

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Sale particulars for Hillside were issued by the agent, Parrys



The overall description given in the particulars is as follows:


Attractive detached house with pretty gardens and substantial outbuildings situated within the popular, historic village of Longtown.

• Interesting stone property dating back to 18th Century

• Three reception rooms and pleasant conservatory

• Four south-facing good-sized bedrooms

• Range of outbuildings including large workshop

• Pretty gardens and orchard with lovely views

• EPC Rating - F

Hillside is an unusual and interesting property and has been part of Longtown village for many years with the central section dating back to the 18th Century. The property was a public house called The Black Lion until 1905 and in more recent years, the village petrol station and stores. Hillside is a double-fronted stone house with attached workshops offering the potential to convert, subject to any planning consent, to either ‘work from home’ space or ancillary accommodation. The house is complemented by pretty gardens and enjoys a southerly aspect to the front.


Full particulars including detailed descriptions of the accommodation, a selection of photographs and the floor plans can be downloaded here in PDF file format.



Local residents recall that Hillside was a petrol station in the late 1980s, and had a generator that once supplied electricity to the chapel across the road. 

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