Beckwellnot, Main Street, Dent, Sedbergh

£297,500

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
SUBSTANTIAL DOUBLE FRONTED PROPERTY IN THE HEART OF DENT

ACCOMMODATION OVER 3 LEVELS AND BASEMENT

OPEN PLAN LOUNGE TO DINING KITCHEN

3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS

SITTING ROOM TO BEDROOM 1

EN SUITE AND BATHROOM

MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES INCLUDING FLAG FLOOR

VIEWS OF THE CHURCH TO THE REAR

EPC RATING G

A substantial double fronted house located in the heart of the picturesque village of Dent close to the local amenities. This rare opportunity to purchase a very well presented and maintained property with accommodation over 3 levels with a further basement. Positioned in a beautiful setting on Dent's cobbled main street the property briefly comprises; Lounge with flag floor and wood burning stove which is open plan into the dining kitchen. To the first floor are two double bedrooms, one with an en suite and family bathroom. To the second floor there is a sitting room which is open plan to a large bedroom. The basement has ample storage. A perfect blend of 'old meets new', this delightful cottage has a modern feel to it with contemporary fixtures and fittings, whilst still retaining many of the original features such as wood beams and natural flagstone floor. Ideally located for exploring the Yorkshire Dales, Cumbria, and the Lake District. Energy Rating E

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Frontage from the cobbled road with stone steps to the front door, climbing roses and timber entrance doors to the cellar.

Lounge15'7" x 14'1" (4.75m x 4.3m). Flagged floor, Morso wood burning stove set on raised flagged hearth. Dual aspect sash windows to the front and rear. Recess storage cupboard, stairs to the first floor with storage cupboard under, two traditional radiators, three wall lights, recess shelving and display niches. Open Plan into:

Dining Kitchen15'7" x 11'5" (4.75m x 3.48m). Good sized room with base and drawer units with tiled worktop over. One and a half pot sink and drainer with swan necked mixer tap and tiled up-stands. Plumbed for a washing machine, space for a larder fridge/freezer. Integrated electric oven and hob with canopy style extractor hood over. Recess shelving, display niche with exposed lintel, two traditional radiators, two sash windows to the front, one to the rear and a further window to the side. Wooden flooring.

FIRST FLOOR

Bedroom 213'4" x 12'4" (4.06m x 3.76m). Sash window to the front wth window sea, built in wardrobes, two wall lights and upright radiator. Door into:

En Suite6'5" x 4'6" (1.96m x 1.37m). Three piece white suite comprising; curved shower cubicle with splash board backs, wash hand basin and WC with push button flush. Radiator, extractor fan and shaver point.

Bedroom 312'1" x 8'9" (3.68m x 2.67m). Measured into recess. Sash window to the front, traditional radiator, two wall lights, beam to ceiling and recess shelf with light over.

Bathroom10'4" x 6'5" (3.15m x 1.96m). Three piece white suite comprising; Double ended bath with mono corner tap, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Window to the side, traditional radiator, small storage cupboard, wall light with extractor fan and tiled splashbacks.

SECOND FLOOR

Sitting Room16'2" x 10'5" (4.93m x 3.18m). Large space which is open plan to Bedroom 1 with wooden flooring, sash window to the front and further windows to the rear and side overlooking the church. Exposed stone wall with wall light, two upright radiators and open plan into:

Bedroom 116'2" x 13'1" (4.93m x 3.99m). Dual aspect sash windows to the front and rear with aspect over the church, wooden flooring, two traditional radiator, two wall lights and display niches.

BASEMENT25'6" x 15'7" (7.77m x 4.75m). Stone steps lead down from the double timber double doors to the front of the house. Full sized basement which has the central heating boiler and sump pump.

Location Being within the Conservation Area of pretty Dent village with its cobbled streets and within the National Park, this is the only village in Dentdale which is mainly a farming community with various other sporting and group activities, clubs and organisations to take part in. The village offers a Church, pubs and a railway station just 4 miles away as well as many scenic walking routes. The nearby market town of Sedbergh is just 5 miles away which has a wide range of shops, pubs, medical and sporting facilities. There are excellent primary and secondary schools and the renowned public school.

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