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Residential News | Tue 05 Mar 2019
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The chance to live within the grand Victorian home of a prominent politician, which was painstakingly restored in 2003 and boasts unique views of Morecambe Bay, has become available following the launch of a luxury two bedroom apartment by Dacres.  
Hampsfield House is an imposing mansion that was built in 1881, for Sir John Hibbert, a barrister and Liberal politician, who was financial secretary to the Treasury in Prime Minister William Gladstone's cabinet from 1884 – 1885. Hibbert was also Chairman of Lancashire County Council. 
On Windermere Road, Grange-Over-Sands, close to the Lake District National Park the splendid south facing two bedroom luxury apartment is on the market for £325,000. It has a large open plan living space, modern kitchen, two double bedrooms, one of which is en-suite, and a house bathroom. Set in beautiful landscaped gardens with views towards Morecambe Bay, the house has a wealth of charm and character that is combined with everything needed for modern living, including a video entry system.
Patrick McCutcheon, head of residential, said: “This is an exceptional first floor apartment that is set within such an attractive character-filled building. Entering the home through a grand oak panelled communal entrance hall, there is an instant feel of grandeur and grace. The views of the gardens and Morecambe Bay in the distance are just magnificent. 
“Outside Hampsfield House enjoys delightful shared landscaped gardens and grounds of over six acres. These include lawns, rockeries, terraces, pathways and woodland which border the beautiful countryside of the Lake District National Park. 
“The home is located just two miles from the popular Cumbrian town of Grange-Over-Sands, which is a splendid south facing coastal resort that has numerous shops, restaurants and social amenities. The town has excellent transport links with a railway station that has regular services to Lancaster and Manchester, and commuting is made easy via the A590, which gives access to the M6 at junction 36.
“It’s a unique opportunity to live in a modern home within a historic building in a beautiful setting.” 

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