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Barndale House, Otterburn


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With a range of excellent quality oak fronted base and wall units with some display shelves, large pan drawers and fitted appliances. Attractive and bespoke granite worktops over with matching up stands along with breakfast bar area to one end. Fitted appliances include an AEG waist level and eye level double oven and grill, full sized integrated dishwasher and hob with contemporary style stainless steel extractor hood over recessed in between the wall units. These attractive oak fronted units have antique effect/pewter handles. Natural light provided by two timber and double glazed windows, one with delightful southerly views to the front over the stream and attractive properties beyond and a large timber and glazed window to the gable end looking over the drive and with delightful long distance views. Deep tiled sills to both windows with a Franke one and half bowl under mounted stainless steel sink set below the larger of the two.

Set to the front of the property with a large timber and double glazed window with display sill below and central heating radiator. Again superb long distance views across the stream and village. Room for settees or a couple of reclining chairs and with attractive oak panelling across the length of one wall. Cornice to ceiling, centre ceiling light point and wall light point along with TV and satellite TV. Carpeted throughout and leading across to the dining area.

Set to the rear of the property with delightful views across the gardens, ménage and paddock to the farmland beyond and with double panel heating radiator below. A range of 'his and hers' built in full height fitted cupboards offering two tiered hanging space and attractively fronted with panelled doors. Ample room in here for a king size bed and associated free standing bedroom furniture. Recessed lighting to the ceiling and two up lighters to the bed wall.

A more recently refitted bathroom offering a superb free standing, clawed foot bath with side filler period style wheel taps and shower head attachment. Contemporary full pedestal basin with matching taps to the bath and duel flush WC. Separate 900 x 900 quadrant shower enclosure with a pair of hinged doors giving access to a thermostatic shower with shower head rinse attachment and drench head. Mermaid boarding throughout the shower enclosure and half tiling for the remainder of the bathroom with an attractive Listello. Exposed timber flooring, recessed lighting, extractor fan and chrome ladder style heated towel rail. Natural light from a timber and double glazed window to the rear of the property with obscure glazing. A spacious and attractive en-suite bathroom of good proportions.

900 x 900 quadrant shower enclosure with Mira Sport independent shower unit. Full height tiling to this area reducing to half tiling to the remainder with attractive Listello. Full pedestal wash basin with lever mixer tap and matching dual flush WC. Chrome heated ladder style towel rail, extractor fan, recessed low voltage lighting and contrasting ceramic tiling to the floor.

Off from the rear hall and offering space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and with single bowl stainless steel sink. Currently housing a tall larder freezer and with fitted shelving along the length of one wall. To the far end of the rear hall there is a ledge and braced solid oak door giving access onto the rear sun terraces and gardens.

Otterburn is a sought after and sleepy village situated a few miles West of Skipton and East of Settle. The village is in the catchment area for Skipton Girls High School and Ermysteads Grammar School along with all the other excellent facilities this market town has to offer. Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and with the picturesque Otterburn Beck running right through the village.

Approached from the front of the property via the gravelled forecourts and driveway through a substantial ledge and braced oak door into an attractive and spacious entrance vestibule with natural light from two windows, one to the front elevation and one to the side. Ceramic tiled floor, exposed stone feature archway (from the original barn), exposed roof timbers, alarm panel and providing an excellent space for storage of shoes, coats and outdoor wear. An attractive timber and glazed feature door with matching timber and glazed panels to either side and further glazing over providing an attractive approach into the main hallway and with the benefit of providing a secondary barrier to the outside space thus keeping the hall and house warm.

A superbly positioned and attractive barn conversion originally being part of the nearby farm and converted approximately 25 years ago to offer superb and spacious accommodation. Offering a farmhouse style kitchen and dining area, period style sitting area, four bedrooms and the added benefit of a granny flat/dependants living quarters. Set on the level in the pretty village of Otterburn with beautiful long distance views from all elevations. South facing to the front with a delightful outlook onto the village with stream flowing through under the arched bridge. Barndale House has the advantage of an all weather ménage, stable block, double garage, paddock and extensive gardens. Offering exceptional family orientated living in a peaceful location yet only 15 minutes from the major towns of Skipton and Settle. The property is constructed of Yorkshire stone under a pitched Yorkshire stone slate roof and with the benefits of double glazing and oil fired central heating.

An imposing and attractive entrance hall offering a spacious place to meet and greet but also offering excellent storage with ornate oak doored fitted cupboard and further storage under the short staircase leading to the raised sitting room. Features to this attractive hallway include dado rail, period wall coverings, ornate cornice and centre ceiling rose. Large double panel heating radiator and exposed stone archways leading to the inner hall.

Off from the main entrance hall with a double panelled heating radiator, recessed lighting and loft hatch giving access to the roof space. Doors leading off to the dining room, bedrooms and master suite.

Approached from the main entrance hall via a short flight of stairs with painted balustrade and spindled handrail leading into a spacious and square shaped period style sitting room. Featuring a fireplace of magnificent proportions with an open cast iron fire sat on a marble hearth and with a superbly crafted, ornate mahogany surround and mantle. Natural light by way of two windows, one with deep recessed timber sill, double glazing and double panel heating radiator below with the most picturesque views across the stream and farmland beyond. Further window to the gable end again with deep timber sill giving pleasant long distance views and further natural light. Exposed timber floorboards, further double panel heating radiator, ornate cornice to ceiling, centre ceiling rose, three wall light points, centre ceiling light point, TV/Satellite points and timber and panelled door with bevelled glass leading to the entrance hall.

Superbly fitted out and spacious living kitchen including a substantial sitting area and dining area but featuring an attractive high quality oak fronted kitchen with granite worktops.

An external WC with timber panelled door built of random stone with a pitched stone slate roof. Offering an ideal facility when entertaining, or working on the equestrian side of the property.

To the western end of the property there is a substantial stable block with full width vehicular and pedestrian gate giving access to the stable yard. Two large full height stables with water bowls, lighting and easy to clean concrete floors with a third stable/tack room: again with concrete floor, power and lights. There is a concrete apron in front of the stables and with access through the previously mentioned gate. Gravelled areas lead round down the side of the guest suite into the paddock and ménage. The ménage which has a rubber chip base extends to 20ft x 40ft and is bounded by a timber post and rail fence with full width access gate. To the West of the ménage there is a small paddock area equating 1 acre.

Approaching Barndale along the tarmacadam lane from either Conistion Cold or Airton and with an attractive frontage adjacent to the stream and bridge. Turning onto a gravelled forecourt or the hard paved driveway leading to the double garage. Ample parking in front on the large double garage block for four vehicles and with further parking for two vehicles to the opposite end of the house. To the rear of the property there are substantial and attractive/well maintained gardens with unobstructed views of the surrounding countryside. Featuring stone flagged al fresco dining areas, wide footpaths and a well cared for raised lawn. All backing onto the ménage and paddock offering a high degree of privacy, sun all day long and ample space for a family to enjoy all the facilities of this property. Included in the gardens and the sale is an aluminium glazed greenhouse and timber summer house.

Constructed by the owners with a twin wall construction of Yorkshire stone to the outer leaf and pointed breeze block to the inner. Two remote control, timber up and over doors give vehicular access and with a timber panelled door giving direct access to the rear of the property and the gardens. Some natural light from a window to the rear. The house oil storage tank is set to one rear corner of the garage along with a substantial work bench. Power, water and over head lighting is all available in this building. To the front of the garage as previously mentioned there is parking for four vehicles and room for a log store along with the location of the oil fired central heating boiler.

Mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage.There is no gas available in Otterburn therefore the heating system is oil and all the appliances are electrically powered.


900 x 900 quadrant shower with a pair of sliding doors giving access to a Mira 88 thermostatic shower with full height tiling to the shower area dropping to half tiling for the remainder. Vanity basin with drawers and cupboards below and contemporary leaver tap over. Close couple dual flush WC and chrome ladder style heated towel rail. Natural light from the timber and double glazed window to the rear of the property with obscure glass and deep tiled display sill below. Recessed lighting, extractor fan and contrasting ceramic tiled floor.

A reasonable sized double bedroom, still to the rear of the property and with delightful views across the gardens, ménage and paddock from the timber and double glazed window with heating radiator below. A wide pair of sliding doors give access to a built in cupboard offering hanging space and storage. Room for a double bed and associated bedroom furniture. Centre ceiling light point.

The final bedroom to the rear of the property with the same views as the others through the timber and double glazed window with heating radiator below. Currently set up as a study and with deep open recessed storage space and ample room for a single bed or desks depending on your requirements.

Converted by the current owners and now offering spacious additional accommodation and currently set up as a spacious twin bedroom with living area to the rear, dining area with granite flooring to the front and en-suite shower room. Natural light is by no less than three timber and double glazed windows, two to the front with the previously mentioned superb views and one to the rear with attractive views over the rear gardens, ménage and paddock. Two of the windows have double panelled heating radiators below. Further large double panel heating radiator to the dining area. Loft hatch giving access to the roof space of this part of the building, adjustable recessed spotlighting and door leading to the en-suite shower room. This is a spacious room at over 23ft.

With further ornate oak panelling, two wall light points, loft hatch giving access to the roof space, cornice to ceiling, two wall light points and recessed arched display area.

Approached from either the living/kitchen or directly from the gravelled forecourt and driveways through the ledge and braced solid oak door. With the granite tiling running through from the living kitchen and with full height door giving access to a walk-in storage cupboard with shelving and further pine fronted built in full height cupboard giving excellent storage for outdoor clothing, boots, coats and so on. Of 'L' shape in design and with natural light from the timber double glazed window overlooking the gravelled forecourt and with delightful long distance views and double panel heating below. Loft hatch giving access to the roof space of this part of the building, centre ceiling light point and further contemporary style recessed lighting. Attractive antique oak, cupboard.

A spacious dining room or indeed a further bedroom if required and of a square shape. Ample natural light from two timber and double glazed windows with delightful views across the rear gardens and towards the ménage and paddock. Two heating radiators, laminate flooring, dado rail, four wall light points and ample space for an eight seater dining suite and associated furniture if required or of course a spacious double bedroom.

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14 February 2014


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