Stockbridge Laithe, Thornton In Craven 4 bedroom barn conversion SSTC in Skipton
4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Property reference: 29881485
DescriptionAn opportunity to purchase this unique barn conversion which is a truly delightful family residence in one of the area''s most sought after locations surrounded by spectacular scenery. Within a close vicinity to the market town of Skipton, which offers excellent rail links for commuting to Leeds and London and has highly regarded schools such as Ermysted''s Grammar School and the neighbouring Skipton Girls High School. This fantastic detached rural property has retained many original features and an early viewing is highly recommended.
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OverviewConverted by the present owners in 2003 this detached property has acommodation over two floors with the layout shown on the floor plan included in this brochure. Retaining many original features having beamed vaulted ceilings and featuring solid oak wood floorings with under flooring heating throughout, solid oak double glazed windows and stone flagged floors.
- The property briefly comprises an impressive entrance hall accessed via the solid oak entrance door, open to the lounge with doors to the second reception room, dining kitchen and open sweeping staircase accessing the first floor. The bright spacious lounge has numerous double glazed windows to two elevations plus a full length window overlooking the rear garden and featuring an attractive stone fireplace with ESSE multi-fuel stove.
A second reception room then leads to the extensive family dining kitchen which is fully fitted with a range of oak fronted base and wall units, display units, plate racks, glass fronted display cabinets, a co-ordinating island all with granite work surfaces and tiled splash-backs. This farmhouse kitchen has an Aga, Zanussi built-in coffee maker, Indesit dishwasher, Hotpoint fridge freezer, Caple microwave and grill combination plus a Belfast sink with mixer tap. A utility room is found off the corridor from the kitchen along with a fully tiled wet room, boot room and has doors accessing the garage plus the side of the property.
- The stunning open return staircase leads onto an impressive galleried landing with doors off to the main double bedroom which has an en-suite shower room and three further double bedrooms plus a four piece family bathroom.
- The property is approached by a private road that leads onto a sweeping gravel driveway providing ample off road parking for numerous vehicles. Also benefiting from a large double garage with electric up and over door. A paved area surrounds the property accessing an expansive lawned garden at the rear with mature shrubs and trees.
DirectionsA59 from Skipton past Broughton Hall at the roundabout take the first left onto the A56 past the Tempest Arms pub and continue until you reach the centre of Thornton-in-Craven. Take a right turn onto Stockbridge Lane, continue for approximately 1km until you reach the property which is on the left fork at the end of the lane.
Additional InformationCouncil Tax - Band G
Tenure - Freehold
Ground source heating
Borehole water supply
Benefits from a 6KW wind turbine
Fixtures and FittingsAll fixture and fittings in these particulars are included in the sale, all others in the property are specifically excluded. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose.
Brochures and PhotographsThe photographs provided within this brochure are for general information and it must not be inferred that any item is included for sale with the property.
Agents NoteWhilst Pad-4-Sale have viewed and walked the boundaries, we have not carried out a detailed measurement survey of the land and therefore any necessary checks should be carried out by the purchasers professional advisers prior to exchange of contracts.
NoteAlthough these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form any part of a contract.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).