4 bedroom detached house for sale

Bellewood House, Lothersdale

£545,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A superbly positioned 4 bed family home
  • Delightful long distance views and private gardens
  • 3 reception rooms-all linked
  • Large dining-kitchen with AGA + Utility room off
  • Master En-suite and 3 further double bedrooms
  • Large South facing sun terrace
  • Garage and further parking for 3 vehicles
  • Village location with excellent Primary School and Pub
  • Optional plot of agricultural land for small animal grazing

Full description

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PROPERTY 
A substantial family home constructed in a period style in 1994. Designed by the current owner's son-in-law and constructed to the owner's specification to take full advantage of the magnificent far-reaching views across open farmland and the valley. Offering well laid out and substantial family living space at the head of the sought after village of Lothersdale, in brief:- three reception rooms and a farmhouse style dining-kitchen, all set to the front with magnificent long distance views. Utility room, cloakroom, four double bedrooms, one being en-suite and a house bathroom with separate WC. To the front of the property there are large and well laid out stone flagged sun terraces, lawned gardens to the side with well stocked borders (access down both sides of the property) larger single garage with up and over door and an attractive cobbled driveway with parking for three or more vehicles.

LOTHERSDALE 
Lothersdale is a small village and civil parish in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England. Situated near Skipton and located within the triangle formed by Skipton, Cross Hills and Colne. It is a small community of about 200 houses. Local amenities includes a delightful community run park, church, chapel, pub, village hall, Clubhouse and (Ofsted 'Outstanding') primary school. The Pennine Way runs through the village. The village pub is the Hare and Hounds which has a reputation for excellent hot food and real ales. A large area at the far end of Lothersdale is known as Raygill. This is home to Raygill Lakes which offers year-round trout, pike and coarse fishing on 4 beautiful scenic lakes. Local supermarket and amenities are just 4 miles away in Cross Hills. Nearby Skipton, just 6 miles away, is a thriving market town with a wide variety of shops, schools along with national rail and coach links.

ENTRANCE HALL 
Approached directly off the stone flagged driveway, a feature entrance porch opening onto a stone flagged half-landing. With great natural light from two arched double glazed windows and with further arched window over the timber entrance door. An attractive return balustrade to the both landings and returning down to the ground floor accommodation.

HALLWAY 
With great storage under the entrance hall-landing and with heating radiator, three wall light points and feature archway leading through to the dining kitchen.

SITTING ROOM 
Attractively finished in a period style with ornate cornice, centre ceiling rose, wall light points and a chandelier. Featuring an Adams style decorative fireplace incorporating an open dog grate sat on a marble hearth and providing ample space for one or two sofas, occasional chairs and sitting room furniture. Having a splayed-bay Georgian style window with stunning views beyond with heating radiator below. A timber and glazed panel door leads out onto the front sun terraces and further doors into the hall and the snug.

DINING ROOM 
Directly off from the kitchen or through double doors from the main sitting room. Attractively finished in a period style with ornate cornice and centre ceiling rose and with Georgian style splayed bay window to the front giving magnificent long distance views and with heating radiator below. Ample space for an eight or ten seat dining suite and associated furniture and with a pair of wide timber panelled doors opening into the sitting room.

SNUG 
Situated to the far end of the property and off from the sitting room, a cosy everyday room with space for a sofa and a couple of chairs along with TV and having a recessed bookshelf to one side of the fireplace.The fireplace is made up of black granite with timber surround and encompassing a multi fuel stove to provide a cosy and relaxing space. With natural light from a full height glazed door opening onto the sun terraces and a Georgian style window with those now familiar views. Two wall light points, centre light point and ornate cornice to the ceiling.

DINING KITCHEN 
Of excellent proportions and with a sealed stone flagged floor. Providing space for an eight seat farmhouse table if required and with a range of hand-built-framed-door base and wall units finished in pineand with period style brass handles. With a mixer of granite and timber worktops (with tiled splash-backs) encompassing a twin bowl stainless steel sink sat below a Georgian style double glazed window with superb long distance views. A central feature to this fabulous family sized room is the oil fired Aga, recessed into a chimney breast-style opening with timber mantel, spice drawers and attractive tiled splash-back. Fitted appliances include an integrated fridge and full sized dishwasher. With further natural light from a Georgian style window to the side with heating radiator below and with two wall light points, two picture light points and a period style centre light.

UTILITY ROOM 
With matching floor running through from the kitchen, this spacious and useful utility room has a range of pine fronted base units and laminate fronted wall units with laminate worktops. Incorporating a single bowl stainless steel sink unit with tiled splash-back and space and plumbing for a washing machine and freezer. A stable style door gives good natural light into this room along with a side window. With shelving, space for coats and outdoor gear and a heating radiator.

CLOAKROOM 
Of good proportions and with decorative stone floor. Iincorporating a period style WC and full pedestal basin with antique taps and tiled splash-back. Natural light from a high level window, extractor fan, wall light point, central light point and also providing space for coat storage.

LANDING 
Having a return balustrade leading to all the bedrooms and the house bathroom, and with attractive centre ceiling rose and period-style light fitting, cornice to ceiling.

MASTER BEDROOM 
With no less than three Georgian style double glazed windows, two to the gable and one to the front, and offering a pleasant outlook.Having ample space for a double bed and fitted or free standing furniture and also with a recessed cupboard to either side of the bed wall. Central heating radiator, two wall light points, centre light point and door to the en-suite.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM 
Of a period style with full pedestal basin, WC and panelled bath with antique style taps and shower attachment. Natural light from a Georgian style double glazed window to the gable and with heating radiator, half tiling with listello, two wall light points, extractor fan, loft hatch to the roof space and two heating radiators.

BEDROOM 2 
A further double bedroom with splendid long distance views from the Georgian style window with heating radiator below. Ample space for a double bed and having a full pedestal basin with tiled splash-back. Two full height doors give access to recessed cupboards and with two wall light points and a centre light point.

BEDROOM 3 
A further double with two Georgian style double glazed windows to the front elevation with magnificent long distance views and heating radiator below. A full height recessed cupboard gives good storage and with ample space for a double bed, fitted or free standing furniture and access to the loft through a hatch.

BEDROOM 4 
The fourth and final double bedroom and with natural light from two double glazed Georgian style windows, one to the front and one to the back of the house and with superb long distance views with one heating radiator below. Again with space for a double bed, bedroom furniture but also with a built-in cupboard.

HOUSE BATHROOM  
A two piece suite with wide timber panelled bath and tiled surround and fitted with period style brass effect taps with shower head. Full pedestal basin with matching taps to the bath, two wall light points, extractor fan, heating radiator, heated towel rail and with half tiling throughout. Natural light from a Vellux style window and attractive tiled floors and walls.

WC 
Separate to the bathroom and including a WC, wall mounted wash basin with antique style taps and full height cupboard giving access to the property's hot water cylinder and linen storage. Natural light from a double glazed window and with extractor fan, wall light, half tiling to the walls and contrasting tiling to the floor.

OUTSIDE 
Turning onto an attractive cobbled driveway with parking for three or four vehicles and also giving access to the garage. With well stocked borders and an attractive roadside border running along the length of the property and with access down both sides of the house to the front sun terraces and gardens. Behind the garage there is the property's oil tank and bin storage area along with a personnel door into the garage and a small outhouse. With side gardens, laid mainly to lawn and with specimen trees and shrubs providing a very private garden. A flagged pathway and steps lead to utility room door and onto a substantial flagged al-fresco dining area with box tree borders. The paths then continue round to substantial stone flagged south facing sun terraces, across the front of the property and with delightful open views and return up the far side of the property and back onto the drive.

LAND 
There is a small plot of land available by negotiation further up the lane. This is suitable perhaps for grazing for small animals. Please ask for further details.

GARAGE 
A larger single garage with up and over door set under a pitched stone roof and having parking for one vehicle, work bench area and with power, sockets, lights and water supply.There is a mezzanine area for about 1/3 of the roof space, providing excellent storage. Natural light from two windows to the gable end. The garage also incorporates the property's water filtration system along with a small room boiler room. A personnel door to the rear opens onto the rear gardens.

SERVICES 
Mains electric, bore hole water, oil fired heating and mains drainage

COUNCIL TAX BAND 
BAND F

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01 July 2016

Nearest stations

  • Cononley (1.7 mi)
  • Skipton (3.6 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (4.4 mi)
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1 High Street, Skipton BD23 1AJ

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Nearest stations

  • Cononley (1.7 mi)
  • Skipton (3.6 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (4.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Hunters, Skipton

1 High Street, Skipton BD23 1AJ

01756 535000 Local call rate

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