A DETACHED property in the heart of the Lake District is selling for three-quarters of a million. 

Bow Place is located in Keswick and boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two reception rooms. 

It is now up for sale with a guide price of £750,000 and is around a mile from Keswick Ferry Landing and Nichol End, placing it almost at the centre of the bustling market town. 

St Herbert's Primary School and Keswick School are also only a short distance away. 

The house is described as a detached property with 'fantastic' views. There is also a double garage, garden, and parking space. 

News and Star: Inside the house Inside the house (Image: Zoopla)

Bow Place is described as a 'hidden gem' located just off Chesnut Hill with a driveway taking you down to the property. 

Once there the estate agents explain that you are met with 'beautiful views' and a 'very spacious' home. 

It was built in 1996 by the current owner and 'has been designed to take in the views in all their glory.' 

Edwin Thompson, the estate agent, said: "As you approach the house, there is ample parking and a double garage.

News and Star: The kitchen The kitchen (Image: Zoopla)

"As you enter the property from the porch you are greeted with high ceilings and an abundance of light flooding through the Velux windows above.

"There is access from the double garage into the entrance hall where there is a utility room and downstairs WC.

"Upon entering the extensive lounge, you are met with a light and airy space with windows taking in the view.

"The lounge flows into a dining area with patio doors onto the terrace and rear garden. The kitchen again has windows in every direction and the views cannot be missed. A downstairs bedroom and ensuite complete the ground floor."

News and Star: Views from the house Views from the house (Image: Zoopla)

Outside the property, the drive extends in front of the garages and down the side of the house where you enter into the garden. 

This area is stocked with 'well-established' trees, shrubs, bushes, and plants. 

There is a stone bridge over the low beck that then gives access to an array of paths that take you to the bottom of the garden.