Penyghent Cottage, Selside, Settle, BD24 0HZ
Guide Price £435,000
- A stunning Grade II Listed barn conversion
- Situated in the heart of the pretty 'Dales' village of Selside
- Three bedrooms
- Detached substantial general purpose building
- Ample private parking and generous gardens with patio seating area
- Additional building with up to 8 acres of land available separately
The hamlet of Selside is situated about 3 miles to the north of the larger village of Horton in Ribblesdale and about 9 miles north of the popular market town of Settle within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Horton in Ribblesdale has a station on the Settle-Carlisle line, two pubs and a post office. Settle offers a wider range of services and amenities including shops, a Booths supermarket, primary and secondary schooling together with a number of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The highly regarded Giggleswick private school is located in the nearby village of Giggleswick.
Penyghent Cottage is entered to the rear into a generous dining room the focal point being a fine stone fireplace with flagged hearth and multi fuel range. The floor is oak boarded and there are beams to ceiling as well as exposed stone mullion windows and stone features. There is a useful understairs store housing the oil fired central hearting boiler. Openings either side of the fireplace lead through to a well appointed kitchen with a range of pale grey fitted base units with granite work surfaces and splash backs and an inset stainless steel sink. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, separate fridge and freezer and a stainless steel range style cooker with five ring hob, double oven and grill with extractor hood over. The breakfast area benefits from the impressive barn arch opening which is now fully glazed flooding the space with light.
To the other side of the dining room is a spacious lounge with multi fuel stove set in a feature stone surround, oak boarded floor and stone mullion window. There is an external door to the front and a staircase leading to the first floor.
The first floor landing gives way to an impressive master bedroom, two further double bedrooms and a house bathroom. The master bedroom is of impressive proportions benefitting from a dressing area with built in wardrobes and hanging space, stone mullion windows, magnificent exposed roof trusses and beams and an exposed stone feature chimney breast. An inner lobby provides space for an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and gives way to a well appointed en suite shower room with walk in shower, w.c and basin. The en-suite is fully tiled and has a chrome ladder towel rail and extractor fan. The lobby also gives way to a pleasant gallery area which is used as an office space by the current owners.
The other two double bedrooms each have exposed roof truss features and beams with Bedroom 2 providing access to storage space over the house bathroom. The house bathroom has a panelled bath with shower over, low suite w.c and wash basin. Tiled walls and floor and a chrome ladder style towel rail.
The property is accessed to the side via a rolled stone drive that opens up into a parking and turning area to the rear. There is a patio seating area from which the house is entered, beyond which is a very good sized predominately lawned garden with pedestrian access out onto the drive that extends across the front of the property.
Adjacent to the house and forming part of the property is a substantial former farm building which has been more recently used for general storage. The building is (6.78m x 18.18m) with a ridge
height of 3.90m and an eaves height of 2.85m. The construction is of concrete frame with concrete block walls to eaves height and cladding above to each gable. Concrete floor, windows to the front elevation. Power and water are connected via the house.
Exempt due to Grade II Listing
Additional Building and Land
There is a further farm building (9.50m x 18.18m) of timber frame construction with a combination of concrete block walls with timber space boarding and a concrete floor. Eaves height 3.56m. Beyond the building is approximately 8 acres of land in three separate fields. The additional land and building will not be accessed through Penyghent Cottage if sold separately.
The property is connected to mains electricity, shared septic tank drainage and a shared borehole water supply. Oil central heating. Double glazing.
From Settle take the B6480 and turn right onto the B6479 to Horton in Ribblesdale. Continue to Horton in Ribblesdale on the B6479 passing through the village to Selside. Enter the village and continue past the building with the post box and the 'Selside' sign. Penyghent Cottage is the next property on the right fronting onto The Green. A for sale sign has been erected.