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Station House
Station House, Low Row, Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 2LE
Spacious accommodation with a rural aspect and generous garden. A range of useful outbuildings and a double garage, offering potential for development. An ideal location with excellent access to the A69 for Newcastle and Carlisle. Brampton has a range of facilities and amenities including popular Schools. Easy access for Hadrian's Wall, the Eden Valley, and Lake District.
Key Features:
Detached family home
Two reception rooms
Three double bedrooms
Double garage with workshop
Generous gardens
Rural outlook

A family home in a popular village with a beautiful rural aspect. Station house, formerly the village railway station, offers spacious accommodation, including two receptions rooms and three generous bedrooms. There is a range of useful outbuildings including, the former lamp cabin, and a double garage, both offer potential for further development, including extending the living accommodation. To the side of the property there is a generous lawned garden with greenhouse. Being close to the Hadrian’s Wall, the property has also potential for use as holiday let accommodation.

Station House is found in the rural village of Low Row, an ideal location with excellent access to the A69 for Newcastle (Newcastle Airport 45 minutes by car) and Carlisle as well as the M6 at either junction 43 or 44. The market town of Brampton has a good range of facilities and amenities including the popular William Howard Secondary School. Easy access for Hadrian's Wall, the Eden Valley, and Lake District. There is a Petrol Station and convenience store found close by on the A69.

From Carlisle, head East on the A69 towards Newcastle. As you approach Brampton at the roundabout take the third exit onto the A69 / Brampton bypass. Proceed for approximately 4.5 miles turning left signposted Low Row / Gilsland. Follow this road for approximately 1/4 mile. Station house is on the right-hand side which can be identified by an H&H 'For Sale' sign.

Station House was built in the 1830s as part of the Newcastle to Carlisle line with the stone brought in by rail. There used to be a passenger station at Low Row until the 1960s, as well as a siding for taking away livestock and servicing the historical pie factory (now Carrick’s Court). The stationmaster lived upstairs, the downstairs was used as a ticket office and waiting room. The slotted windows allowed a view up and down the track. Many features are still intact or have been preserved. On reroofing, each copper nail was embossed with N.E.R. – North-Eastern Railway.

Lamp Cabin

This workshop area also dates to when the property was used by British Rail. It was used as a work cabin and to store the paraffin oil as well as store, clean, and refill all the numerous lamps used on the station, crossing gates, as well as the red 'tail lamps’ at the rear of each train.

Measurements & Additional Information


Living Room

5.12 x 3.46

Dining Room

5.20 x 3.41


3.51max x 1.80


4.08 x 2.75


3.55 x 2.75

First Floor


Bedroom 1

5.24 x 3.57

Bedroom 2

5.24 x 3.42

Bedroom 3

4.07 x 2.86


1.80 x 1.38

Agents Note

It is of note that the property requires some work to be carried out. Information relating to condition of the property and costs of work are available on request. We always recommended buyers seek independent advice before deciding to purchase a property.

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2/2A Lowther Street, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 8DA
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