Property for sale
Sold STC East Berwick Farm, Draughton, Skipton, North Yorkshire £775,000
Entrance Porch With panelled outer and glazed inner door.
Sitting Room A through room with stunning views and beamed ceiling. Three wall light points and inglenook fireplace having substantial stone mantel, raised hearth and multi fuel stove. Skirting lighting, radiator and door to:-
Conservatory Being UPVC framed with sliding patio door to rear garden and magnificent views over the fields to the fells beyond. Radiator and French window.
Dining Room With beamed ceiling, exposed stone wall, recessed fireplace having hewn lintel, raised hearth and cast iron multi fuel stove. Radiator.
Breakfast Kitchen With recessed low voltage lighting, windows to three sides including French windows to rear garden with the aforementioned stunning views. A range of bespoke fitted base and wall units with oak facades, under unit lighting, tiled splashbacks and granite worktops including inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Two oven green oil fired Aga and integrated appliances include dishwasher, Miele microwave and automatic washing machine. Pantry cupboard and tiled flooring.
Side Entrance Hall Having full height store cupboards having louvered doors and Warmflow oil fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Front entrance door and tiled floor leading into:-
Freezer Store/WC With tiled walls, dual flush WC, pedestal wash basin with electric hot water boiler.
Landing Having recessed lighting, beamed ceiling, dado rail, window having magnificent views and two radiators. Recessed cupboard with latted shelving.
Master Bedroom With beamed ceiling, fine views and radiator.
En Suite Shower Room Having low voltage lighting, beamed ceiling and recessed cupboards. Natural stone tiled walls and floor with contemporary suite including wall mounted wash basin having art deco style mixer tap, dual flush WC and HR dual head shower fitting in walk in tiled and glazed shower cubicle. Extractor fan, dual fuel heated towel rail and under floor heating.
Bedroom 2 At the far end of the property with cornice ceiling, windows to two sides, cupboard and radiator.
Bedroom 3 With fine views, recessed cupboards, cornice ceiling and radiator.
Bedroom 4 Having cornice ceiling, access to roof void, recessed cupboard, fine views and radiator.
House Bathroom With tiled walls and windows to two sides, cast iron panelled bath with mixer tap and telephone shower fitting, low suite WC, pedestal wash basin and airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and pump for showers. Radiator and illuminated mirror.
. The Garage forms a portion of the adjoining Barn with electric up and over door, light and power installed. The main portion of the barn is approached through a cart arch through heavy timber full height doors. The majority of this portion is full height with recent work undertaken to beams, felt, slates and flags with a concrete floor, light and power installed. An archway leads to the rear Stable with two timber and metal stalls and a sliding vehicular door. Light and power are installed and once again much work has been undertaken to the roof structure.
Adjoining the stables is a substantial Workshop / Storage area with brick inner skin and repointed stone outer skin set under a York flagged roof. This area is approached via a vehicular door and has ample natural light, electric light and power with two partitioned dog runs. Once again this is suitable for numerous commercial or domestic uses subject to the necessary consents.
Beyond this workshop there is a gravelled parking area for several cars which leads to an out built Stable, once again with much work having been under taken to the roof and structure with earth floor, hayrick, water supply and natural light. Adjoining this area there is a storage area with the necessary filtration system for the private borehole water supply providing the supply for this and the neighbouring East Berwick Barn.
. The property is approached via a lane which leads from the A65, crossing over the dam wall of Chelker Reservoir to its rear and running through open fields for approximately half a mile. The last portion of the lane up to the property is concreted and leads to a substantial level parking area for numerous cars. There is a level enclosed lawned garden approached through a five bar gate which in turn leads to a further level paddock area bounded by walls and fences with a spinney and the enclosed area of the private drainage supply. This area is ideal for those with equestrian interests.
In front of the property a step leads up to more formal lawned gardens being southerly facing with flagged paths and a paved sitting out area, two outside taps. A flagged path leads beyond the house through a pedestrian gate to a rear wooded area being level and enclosed by post and rail fence with mature deciduous trees and a flagged sitting out area with delightful views. Oil tank providing supply for the property's central heating system.
As can be seen from the accompanying photographs, adjoining the residential portion of East Berwick Farm is a substantial collection of recently renovated out buildings. Much work has been undertaken to upgrade the roofs, timbers, pointing and rainwater goods making them ideally suited for the extension of the living space subject to the necessary consents.
Neighbourhood average sold house prices
Based on 12 transactions covering the past 5 years. Prices are not adjusted for inflation. Data is supplied by the Land Registry.
Dacre Son & Hartley - Skipton
32 Sheep Street, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 1HX