The Annexe, Beech Hill House, Carleton, BD23 3EL
Guide Price £575,000
- Imposing period property
- Well appointed 6 bedroom accommodation
- Generous gardens
- Ample private parking and store
The property is situated on the edge of the popular village of Carleton with amenities that include a village shop and post office, traditional inn, social club, church and a highly regarded primary school. The nearby market town of Skipton offers a wider range of services including shops, supermarkets, a golf course and leisure centre with swimming pool together with excellent secondary schooling at Ermysteds and Skipton Girls High School. Skipton has a railway station with regular direct services to Bradford and Leeds and is well connected by bus and road.
A paved path leads through a walled garden to the front door which opens into a generous well appointed family kitchen with dining area. The kitchen incorporates a range of gloss white fitted base and wall units with laminate surfaces, a 1½ bowl sink with drainer and tiled splash. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, a range style cooker with gas hob and electric double oven with extractor hood over and an AEG microwave. There is a separate unit with space and plumbing for an 'American style' fridge freezer. Recessed ceiling spot lights, floor level feature lighting and laminate floor. To the rear of the kitchen is a very useful walk in pantry with fitted shelves off which is a separate cloakroom with low level w.c., and wash hand basin. Beyond the kitchen is a versatile living room with lounge area to the front, the focal point of which is the multi fuel stove set in a stone surround and a large window overlooking the front garden. To the rear is a cosy snug/television area. The rear hall with external door and Worcester gas central heating boiler provides a useful cloak/boot spaces with understairs storage area having plumbing for a washing machine and staircase leading to the first floor.
The generous central landing is in two parts separated by stairs with the raised large inner landing opening into a very useful study/play area with separate staircase leading to the second floor. The master bedroom is a well proportioned room with cornice to the ceiling, fitted wardrobes and attractive views from the window. There is a separate en suite shower area with large shower cubicle and wash basin set on a useful vanity base unit. There is a well appointed house bathroom with feature glass panelled bath having a shower mixer tap and a matching glass panelled basin. Tiled walls with alcove storage and heated towel rail. Separate w.c., with feature panelled walls, tiled floor , wash hand basin and heated towel rail. Separate linen cupboard. Bedroom 2 is accessed from the second landing and is another beautifully proportioned room with cornice to the ceiling and views to the front.
The second floor landing with laminate floor, storage cupboard, exposed roof beams and roof light gives way to a further four bedrooms and second house bathroom. Bedroom 3 has a fitted storage cupboard and two roof lights. Bedroom 4 has two roof lights. Bedroom 5 has a feature curved wall, a range of fitted wardrobes, a large roof light and a window. Bedroom 6 is accessed via steps and has a single roof light with beam and boarded ceiling. The bathroom incorporates a panelled bath with shower over, low level w.c., with concealed system and a wash basin set in a laminate surface. Part tiled walls and heated towel rail.
The property is approached via an attractive sweeping drive with landscaped garden areas either side and a number of private parking spaces. Directly in front of the house is a private enclosed garden with paved seating area. To the rear of the house is a very useful storage building. Below the drive and accessed via steps is an additional enclosed private garden area with lawn and paved seating area from where there are attractive views of the surrounding countryside.
Mains electricity, mains gas and drainage. Gas central heating.
Band F (Craven District Council)
Head south from Skipton High Street and turn right at the traffic lights at the Tesco garage onto Carleton Road. Continue on Carleton Road for about 1.5 miles to Carleton village on West Road past the village shop and the converted mill where the entrance to Beech House can be found on the right after about 200 metres.