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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Manor House Farm, Kettlewell, BD23 5HX

Guide Price £485,000

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Key features

  • Four bedroom barn conversion
  • A range of modern buildings & yard
  • 3.95 acre meadow
  • Separate 0.25 acres with river frontage available separately

Full description

Location
Manor House Farm is situated on the north western fringes of the popular village of Kettlewell within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The village has three pubs, a general store, village hall and a primary school. A wider range of amenities including highly regarded secondary schooling can be found in the market town of Skipton, which also has regular train services to Bradford and Leeds and a daily service to London Kings Cross.

Description
Manor House Farm presents an exciting opportunity to acquire a residential smallholding in one of the Yorkshire Dales' most picturesque settings.

The property is sure to have wide appeal from those simply seeking a lifestyle change to those seeking a property from which to work or with potential to generate income. The dwelling is subject to a local occupancy condition and the current owners operate an agricultural engineering business from the premises.

The dwelling, which has been sympathetically converted from a traditional stone barn, provides accommodation of charm and character over two floors. The entrance hall with stone flag floor opens into a useful utility area with an oak block work surface, a large Belfast style sink and plumbing for a washing machine. There is a well appointed wet room with stone flag floor, fully tiled walls, pedestal basin, low W.C., glazed shower screen and chrome ladder style electric towel rail. The utility area opens into a fantastic open plan kitchen/dining/family room with exposed rustic wide timber floor boards, beams to the ceiling and a staircase leading up to the first floor. At one end is the kitchen area with an electric Esse range style cooker in royal blue and a fitted kitchen unit in olive green with Belfast style sink and drainer, wood block surface and base cupboards.

There is a central dining area and a cosy living area at the far end and a cosy living area with multi fuel stove set on a stone hearth.

The first floor central landing gives way to four bedrooms of varying size and a well appointed house bathroom with painted boarding to half height, free standing bath, low W.C., pedestal wash basin and chrome towel rail incorporating a radiator.

Outside
The house has a charming walled cottage style garden to two sides with a stone flag path leading from the gate to the front door and stone flagged patio area beyond. There are attractive gravel seating areas and terraces punctuated by well stacked flower beds and a lawn, also bordered by flower beds.

The property has a very generous yard area extending from the road to the house and buildings, providing ample space for parking and turning. There is a detached open fronted general store/garage (6.14m x 9.00m) of steel frame construction with concrete floor and timber boarded sides.

Adjoining the house to the rear and extending to one side is the main building being of steel frame construction with concrete floor, concrete block and timber boarded walls and corrugated sheet roof. The building comprises a general store area (12.20m x 7.25m) with loft over, the main workshop (14.25m x 13.15m) and a lean-to extension to the front (8.10m x 3.50m) incorporating an office.

Beyond the yard and buildings is a productive hay meadow extending to about 1.6 hectares (3.95 acres).

Additional Land
On the opposite side of the road to Manor House Farm is a small parcel of land with hardstanding and river frontage extending to about 0.10 hectares (0.25 acres) which is available for sale by separate negotiation if required.

Services
We understand the property is connected to mains water, mains electricity and private septic tank drainage.

Energy Rating
C 70

Tenure
Freehold

Council Tax
Band D

Directions
From Skipton head north on the B6265 Grassington Road passing through Rylstone, Cracoe and Threshfield and continue on the B6160 passing Long Ashes Holiday Park and Kilnsey to Kettlewell. On leaving Kettlewell on the B6160, Manor House Farm can be found on the right after about 200 metres. A 'David Hill' for sale sign has been erected.

Subject: Manor House Farm, Kettlewell, BD23 5HX