4 bedroom detached house for saleArkengarthdale, North Yorkshire
Offers in Region of £412,000
- Extensively renovated Four bedrooms
- Stunning open views
- Traditional features
Spence Intake enjoys stunning panoramic views across Arkengarthdale and beyond to Teesdale. Surrounded only by grazing sheep and thriving wildlife, whilst maintaining its own privacy, it is readily accessible, being adjacent to a quiet dales road. Its location, set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, gives easy access routes to Cumbria, County Durham, Northumberland and the Border counties. It is 1 mile from the highly regarded village primary school, Charles Bathurst Inn and is 5 miles from Reeth.
This traditional stone built property dates back to the 17th century and was formerly a small farmhouse and lead miner's cottage. It has original exposed timber beams, stonework and some flagged floors together with a semi-inglenook fireplace in the lounge.
The property has undergone extensive renovation by the existing owners whilst still upholding the traditional cottage style.
Externally, the property sits in well presented surrounding gardens with drystone walling, private seating areas as well as a summer-house, with power and light, from which to admire the views. To the rear of the property there is a garth with a self-contained, fenced vegetable patch with raised beds.
Directions - From Reeth take the road to Langthwaite, continue through the village on the main road, pass Arkengarthdale C of E primary School on your left and the CB Public House on the right. Continue straight on this road which is signposted Tan Hill 7 1/2 miles. Go over the cattle grid and continue for a few minutes until you see Spence Intake which is road side on the right hand side.
Driving Times: Barnard Castle 20 mins; A66 15 mins; Richmond 25 mins; Scotch Corner/A1 30 mins; Leyburn 20 mins; Reeth 8 mins
Entrance Porch - 1.87m x 1.25m (6'2" x 4'1") - Timber effect UPVC entrance door opens to entrance porch with UPVC double glazed windows overlooking the gardens and surrounding countryside, radiator and glazed door opening into:
Lounge - 4.38m x 5.46m (14'4" x 17'11") - A traditional dale reception room full of character with original timber beams, exposed stonework, flagged floor, and a semi-inglenook fireplace fitted with a modern multi-fuel burning stove sitting on a stone hearth. Double glazed windows with countryside views facing south, two radiators, built-in bookshelf, and doors to the inner hall and dining room. Ample electrical, telephone, television and satellite points.
Dining Room - 3.7m x 4.24m (12'2" x 13'11") - A good sized formal dining room with a window to the front and doors to the utility room and lounge. It has a traditional beamed ceiling, and a multi-fuel burning stove linked to the central heating system for hot water. There is a quarry tiled floor which extends into the kitchen.
Kitchen - 2.12m x 3.57m (6'11" x 11'9") - A light and airy kitchen, benefiting from superb panoramic views of Arkengarthdale, and extending up to Teesdale. The bespoke, hand built kitchen units are in solid ash, with a tiled splashback, under-unit lighting and a concealed extractor hood. There is a double sink with drainage board and mixer tap, Bosch dishwasher, built-in refrigerator, ample power points and a quarry tiled floor with under-floor heating. There is a fully glazed door to the garden.
Utility Room - 2.1m x 2.77m (6'11" x 9'1") - A useful utility room with tiled flooring, exposed stone work, ample space for free standing fridge and freezer, oil fired central heating boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, window to the rear and half panelled half glazed door to the front.
Inner Hall - With radiator, useful understairs storage cupboard and return staircase to first floor.
Ground Floor Bathroom - 2.06m x 3.33m (6'9" x 10'11") - A good sized bathroom with flagged floor extending from the inner hallway. It has a modern white suite comprising low flush WC, wash basin, and a Mira over-bath shower. There is a heated towel rail, radiator, fan heater, shaving light and under-bath storage. Double glazed window to the rear.
First Floor Landing - A traditional and original stone staircase provides access to the first floor landing with window to the rear, radiator and useful storage cupboard.
Bedroom One - 4.35m x 4.25m (14'3" x 13'11") - A light and airy double bedroom with lovely views facing south. It has a feature fireplace, radiator, storage cupboard, and ample power, television and satellite points. Door to barn storage area and to en-suite. Access to large floored loft space with lighting.
Storage Area - 2.02m x 3.64m (6'8" x 11'11") - A useful storage area with access from Bedroom One and also ladder access to the barn.
En-Suite Shower Room/Wc - 0.82m x 2.37m (2'8" x 7'9") - A modern en-suite with low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle with Mira shower, extractor fan, fully tiled walls, wall mounted heated towel rail and illuminated mirror.
Bedroom Two - 3.72m x 4.31m (12'2" x 14'2") - A further large, bright double room to the front of the property, again with outstanding views over the countryside. It has a feature fireplace, radiator, large airing cupboard with hot water cylinder (timed immersion heater, if required), and access to a large boarded loft with lighting. Ample power points.
Bedroom Three - 2.28m x 3.5m (7'6" x 11'6") - A good sized single bedroom with window to the rear and Velux roof lighting providing ample natural lighting, radiator, power points.
Bedroom Four/Study - 2.28m x 3.61m (7'6" x 11'10") - A useful sized room, currently being used as an office. It has a Velux roof light, dado power sockets for office equipment, broadband/telephone and television points.
Externally: Front - A beautifully presented cottage garden to the front surrounded by dry stone walling, shaped gardens with surrounding shrubbed borders, paved pathway leading to the front door and secure gated access to a gravelled parking area. Access to the large lawned garden to the side with further mature borders and block paved patio providing a private seating area with breathtaking views. The stone walling continues to the rear.
Rear Garden - Further superb views over the surrounding countryside. To the rear there is gated access to a fenced garth with an enclosed vegetable garden having raised beds. Further sheltered paved patio seating area and a summerhouse with power and lighting.
Barn - 4.35m x 11.23m (14'3" x 36'10") - Attached stone barn with full planning permission. The roof has been re-slated, felted and trussed and is in good condition. All the access doors have been renewed. The barn is currently used as a workshop and storage area but could provide fantastic potential.
General Remarks - Oil Fired Central Heating
Water - mains feed and spring feed
Drainage to septic tank
Property is within the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Featured in 'All Creatures Great and Small' Series 7
Tax Banding : Richmond District Council - Band E
Attached to Spence Intake there is a large, undeveloped barn, the former cow byre and hay store, which has plans and full planning permission for further development and possibly may have other potential.
View the planning status at the following address:
Planning Ref No. R/01/108A
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