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Injebreck House, West Baldwin

£895,000 - For Sale

The Numbers
  • Status
  • For Sale
  • Bedrooms
  • 7 bedroom icon
  • Bathrooms
  • 3 bath icon
  • Receptions
  • 4 reception icon
  • Asking Price
  • £895,000
The Description

Injebreck House is a period home and has remained in family hands since it was built in the 1830s and takes its name from “Inga Brekka”, meaning Inga’s slope and was the recorded home of an early Viking settlement. Towards the end of the last Century the grounds of the house were turned into a pleasure garden, to which trippers would travel from Douglas to enjoy the pavilion and mature wooded glen with river frontage. It takes in stunning views to the South which now extend to the reservoir. The established gardens and sloping grounds have lawns, walkways and impressive trees over 30m in height, show-piece rhododendrons and hydrangeas. The principal house has a deep entrance hall, four reception rooms, dining kitchen with sun room, utility/cloakroom and workshop. There are four double bedrooms, two ensuite bathrooms, a craft room/bedroom with ensuite washing facilities and three children’s bedrooms on the top floor. The outside grounds are approximately 8.9 acres. Stone outbuildings. Electrics powered by Oil fired generator and water fed by spring.

The Features

From the Quarterbridge proceed towards Peel and turn right at the Jubilee Oak Tree towards Nobles Hospital. Continue past the hospital and at Strang crossroads continue across. At Mount Rule turn right signposted to West Baldwin continue along West Baldwin Road through the village. Travel past Ardwhallan Outdoor Education Centre and West Baldwin Reservoir. The property can be located just after a tight left turn and before the cattle grid on the right hand side.

Tiled floor. uPVC entrance door.

Spans length of property. Fitted display cabinet. Stairs to first floor.

Study/Reception Room (Approx 17’5 x 9’10)
Window to side aspect overlooking gardens. Fireplace with decorative surround. Double storage cupboard.

Dining Room (Approx 14’9 x 13’9)
Dual aspect. Fitted base cupboards to either side of chimney.

Drawing Room (Approx 19’8 x 18’4)
Impressive room with ornate open fireplace. Double door to side out to garden. Coved ceiling. Original feature open bar from previous use as a hotel in late 1800 to early 1900.

Snug (Approx 13’9 x 13’9)
Ornate fireplace with stone surround. Large log burner on marble hearth. Large double storage cupboard.

Rear Porch
Tiled floor. Access out to yard.

Dining Kitchen (Approx 16’1 x 14’9)
Fitted base and eye level oak style units. Laminate worktops incorporating 1½ bowl sink unit. Matching island unit. Tiled floor to kitchen area. Large window to outside garden. Appliances include double oven, four ring gas hob and NEFF dishwasher. Space for freestanding fridge freezer. Breakfast area. Cupboard. Double doors through to:

Sun Room (Approx 18’4 x 12’2)
Tiled flooring. Glazed roof and three sides. Door to outside garden.

Utility/WC (Approx 15’1 x 4’7)
Storage cupboard. Plumbed for washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled floor. WC. Sink with storage below.

Workshop (Approx 17’1 x 12’10)
Oil fired central heating boiler. Door to yard.

Half Landing
Wash hand basin.

Separate WC

Bathroom/Separate Shower
Separate rooms. Panelled bath. Shower cubicle.

Craft Room/Bedroom (Approx 12’6 x 12’6)
Fitted base units with dual sinks. Exposed beams.

First Floor

Storage cupboard.

Bedroom 2 (Approx 16’1 x 10’2)
Window side aspect over garden. Recess for wardrobe. Door through to:

En Suite Bathroom
Panelled bath. WC. Wall mounted sink.

Master Bedroom (Approx 20’0 x 17’5)
Two large windows overlooking the garden and down to Injebreck Reservoir.

En Suite Bathroom
Panelled bath. WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Opening through to further wall mounted sink and shower cubicle.

Bedroom 3 (Approx 15’9 x 14’5)
Overlooking yard and barns. Feature fireplace. Fitted cupboard.

Bedroom 4 (Approx 15’1 x 14’5)
Overlooking yard and barns. Feature fireplace. Fitted wardrobe with drawers and cupboard.

Second Floor

Eaves storage cupboard.

Bedroom 5 (Approx 14’1 x 11’2)
Window side aspect. Partial head height.

Bedroom 6 (Approx 14’1 x 11’6)
Window side aspect. Partial head height.

Bedroom 7 (Approx 17’5 x 13’9)
Window side aspect. Partial head height. Aspect over gardens and Injebreck Reservoir. Exposed Manx stone chimney.

Barns partly used as log store, generator room and dog kennel. Further barn which is partially used as storage. Possible conversion subject to necessary planning consents. Situated on approximately 8.9 acres which includes lawned area, substantial wooded area, original water fountain and Three Legs of Mann from previously Injebreck hotel and pleasure grounds.

Water supply from holding tank. Electric generator routinely maintained.


Vacant possession on completion of purchase.

Strictly by appointment only through the Agent, Black Grace Cowley.

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  • Bedrooms77 Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms 3 Bathrooms 3 Bathrooms 3 Bathrooms
  • Receptions 4 Receptions 4 Receptions 4 Receptions 4 Receptions

Injebreck House
West Baldwin

£895,000 See Details