A BEAUTIFUL four bedroom, stone built, detached farmhouse set in a tranquil location just outside Cracoe, is on the market for £750,000.

Mark Kane, senior associate and branch manager at Dacre, Son and Hartley’s Skipton office, said: “From the outside this is a stunning and traditional stone-built Yorkshire Dales farmhouse but internally it combines period features, such as amazing wood banisters, exposed beams and stone floors, with a wonderful modern finish.

“It also has an impressive lawned garden with a stream and pond, another tiered south facing garden, as well as a hidden garden accessed via a tunnel, with a staircase leading to a seating area. “Externally there is also a gravelled driveway, a second hardstanding parking area and a stone-built storage unit.”

The attractive entrance hall boasts a traditional stone flagged floor which also runs into both the living room and kitchen diner, with its selection of country style modern wall, drawer and base units, as well as an Aga. The fabulous south facing living room is another highlight with a wood burning stove set into a stone fireplace.

There’s also a utility room, pantry and rear porch or boot room, and a ground floor bedroom with oak flooring, wood burning stove and ensuite shower room.

Upstairs there’s an good sized house bathroom, master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an ensuite wet room. There are two further bedrooms, including one with a staircase up to a mezzanine office space.

Mark added: “Cracoe is a very popular village with homebuyers because it’s only three miles from Grassington and just six miles from Skipton and its rail links. The village has its own public house, farm shop and primary school and there is also lots of good schooling in the surrounding area, which makes it popular with families wanting to live in the Yorkshire Dales.”

The property is for sale with a guide price of £750,000. For more details and to arrange a viewing contact Dacre, Son & Hartley’s Skipton office on 01756 701010 or visit www.dacres.co.uk