A ‘fabulous’ Grade II listed town house, dating back to the late 18th century is for sale in the South Lakes.

This imposing Georgian residence boasts a stone façade and features impressive architectural detailing including sash windows with working shutters, fireplaces, ornate plaster mouldings and more.

The impressive residence is located on Princes Street in Ulverston, just a short walk away from the vibrant and bustling town centre.

The six bedroom property was recently added to Rightmove and is looking for offers in the region of £750,000.

Poole Townsend said: “The design of the property displays a classic symmetrical appearance with the large, panelled doorway to the centre, highlighted by the columns and projecting canopy above.”

The estate agent said principle living accommodation is spread across the ground floor and first floor levels, leaving the extensive cellar and loft rooms available for development.

The moment you step into the hallway, you are greeted by a grand staircase, which ascends to a spacious landing.

Four ‘extensive and versatile’ reception areas include a fabulous lounge, a formal dining room as well as a sitting room and a cosy snug which is complete with a glazed porch overlooking the garden.

Many of the rooms display ornate fireplaces, decorative plaster mouldings, architraves, coving and panelled door ways.

The kitchen offers ample floor space as well as a central breakfast table and two adjoining pantry areas.   

The side hall leads to an enclosed courtyard area outside and to a smartly presented, modern shower room plus a separate laundry room.

The first floor landing leads to the first five bedrooms and a side landing where you will find a wet room with shower, WC and hand basin plus a separate, three piece bathroom suite.

Another hallway takes you to the sixth bedroom, which includes an ensuite bathroom and a ‘lovely view’.

An ‘extensive’ loft area is accessed via a staircase, this vast, open room includes several roof windows, plus doors to a bathroom, wash room and two further rooms. This space was previously used as an artist’s studio.

Three basement rooms offer versatile spaces and are currently used as a games room and a wine cellar.

The property was designed by Webster's of Kendal, a family of architects known for their design of many landmark buildings throughout Cumbria, Lancashire and North Yorkshire during the late 18th century into the 19th century.

Outside, traditional walled gardens offer a large expanse of lawn as well as a more natural wildlife space with tall grass and mown pathways. Mature trees provide areas of dappled shade, while the patio lends itself as a space to relax.

Double gates on Lightburn Road provide access to a shared driveway and a garage, which extends into a huge loft area.