This delightful mid-terraced period property has accommodation over three floors with a pleasant outdoor seating area in the ever-popular village of Greenodd on the edge of the Lake District National Park.

The current owners have incorporated original character features into their design and decoration, resulting in a wonderful home that is brimming with character and charm in an idyllic part of the South Lakes.

The house has a convenient entrance porch with a coved ceiling and the original stripped pine door which opens into the hallway.

This too has a coved ceiling and original stripped pine door leading to the living room.

This reception space, which retains the original open cast-iron fireplace with stone hearth, has a built-in pine storage cupboard and window overlooking the front.

The smart kitchen has attractive cream wooden wall and floor cabinets with dark marble-effect work surfaces and complementary splashbacks.

Downlighters illuminate the room which has a breakfast bar, quality Villeroy and Bosch sink and drainer unit and Creda ceramic hob and oven with extractor fan.

There is space for a fridge, a built-in storage cupboard and drawers with pine doors, window overlooking the rear, laminate flooring and the original stripped pine door to a back porch.

This has a door to understairs storage, a shelf and hanging hooks, a window to the side aspect, laminate flooring and a step down to an area of tiled flooring. A wooden stable door opens to outside.

A window on the first-floor landing has a with pleasant view over the back of the house over the Greenodd Estuary and Sands. There are two bedrooms on this floor both with the original cast-iron fireplace and stripped pine doors and one with a built-in shoe storage cupboard.

On the second floor is a Velux skylight and loft access with doors to the third bedroom and the bathroom with recently installed traditional bathroom suite comprising Victoria- style slipper bath with claw feet and walk-in shower with rainfall shower head.

The tiled flooring has underfloor heating and the bathroom also has the benefit of a built-in cupboard with hanging and shelving, a wooden ceiling beam feature and window to the rear with delightful views of the Coniston mountain range and Greenodd Estuary.

The remaining bedroom has a window to the front, original wooden floorboards and pine stripped door and a wooden ceiling beam.

Externally the house has a shared side access leading to the outhouse which is a useful storage space with light and power, a trap door to a further storage area, plumbing for a tumble dryer and washing machine, roof window and outdoor light.

Further on from the outhouse and adjacant to the rear porch is a delightful raised decking area, which is currently utilised as an outdoor seating space with impressive views over Greenodd village and the surrounding coutryside.

There is a shared garden between properties 1-4 Park Terrace which is accessed via stone steps and is currently used as a vegetable plot.

2 Park Terrace, Greenodd, is for sale at £168,000 from Harrison Coward. Find out more here .