A huge, terraced house, located in Keswick was added to the market on Wednesday February 14.

Number 20 Blencathra Street, offers seven bedrooms and ‘wonderful’ fell views as well as quick access to the town's excellent amenities including shops, pubs, cinema and theatre.

It is for sale on Rightmove with a guide price of £535,000.

The property is currently run as a guest house, offering five letting accommodations as well as two bedrooms for owners.

This property is marketed by PFK estate agents, who described it as an immaculately appointed property, one which offers potential buyers the opportunity to acquire a fully operational business, with forward bookings - including many regular, repeat customers.

They said: “This superb business has undergone considerable improvements and upgrading, including new windows and heating system, sympathetically blended with the Victorian facade.”

A lovely, traditional entrance hallway featuring original tiled flooring leads on to the guest dining room, which boasts classic bay windows.

The kitchen includes a range of matching units, a complementary worktop and a central island with seating.

The rest of the ground floor consist of the owner’s sitting room and the first guest accommodation, a double bedroom with ensuite.

The estate agents described the guest house as ‘ideal’ and ‘well presented’.

On the first floor, you will find the second and third guest bedrooms, which are double spaces that include an en-suite with a shower, wash hand basin, WC and electric towel rail.

A half landing will take you to the owner’s accommodation, including a bedroom, a fully fitted bathroom and a dressing room.

The second floor landing leads to two large double bedrooms, guest accommodation four and five. Both rooms feature a window and an ensuite with electric shower, wash hand basin, WC and electric towel rail.

A private attic bedroom takes up most of the third floor, it is accessed via stairs from the second floor landing and has a small WC.

At the back of the property is an enclosed courtyard with bench seating and mature planting as well as a traditional slate wall.