A handsome Grade II listed farmhouse offering beautifully presented accommodation together with an adjoining barn and occupying an idyllic south facing rural position in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The property has been the subject of an extensive and sympathetic programme of restoration and modernisation by the current owners over the last few years who have successfully retained much of its inherent character and charm including the stone mullioned windows, stone flagged and stripped wooden floors, some exposed stone walls and a wealth of beams. Yet, they have incorporated the modern refinements to enjoy such
as a bespoke handmade kitchen with a Rayburn. The tastefully decorated and well presented accommodation is approached on the ground floor
through an entrance hall which leads to a sitting room with a multi fuel Aga stove and useful understairs cupboard, a study area with a useful store off and a farmhouse kitchen with a range of bespoke oak units with granite work surfaces over and a Rayburn cooker. To the first floor a landing gives access to three bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside, the property is approached up
a private cart track where there is a five bar gate giving access to the front of the house. There is a two storey barn adjoining the property with potential for further accommodation if so desired subject to any necessary consents and
permissions. The gardens enjoy a southerly facing aspect and provide private parking with raised beds and a terraced area beyond. Dry stone walls then
lead to the Croft where there is a pond adjoining the beck.