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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Penyghent Cottage, Selside, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24


Property Description

Key features

  • Traditional dales long house
  • Superb location for walkers
  • B&B business with scope for further development
  • Modernised accommodation
  • Outbuildings with flexibility for development to extra accommodation/bunk barn (subject to planning consent)
  • 4 acres pasture land
  • Potential for business growth

Full description

A superb detached Grade II Listed dales long house currently operating as a Bed & Breakfast but equally suitable as a three / four bedroom family home. Extensive outbuildings (suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning consent) and four acres of pasture land immediately adjacent. Located in Selside village in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks walking area.

Penyghent Cottage is located in the small village of Selside nestled between Pen-Y-Ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. The area is popular with walkers and cyclists who provide the area with year round tourism trade.

The property stands overlooking the village green in the heart of Selside, briefly comprising entrance door leading to dining hall with solid oak flooring and multi fuel stove. Open archway to living room, a dual aspect room with attractive contemporary fire place. Contemporary kitchen with a range of fitted wall and base units and composite work tops. Large barn window open to front elevation. To the first floor are two double letting bedrooms sharing a house bathroom which is fitted out in a modern style. Off the landing is a large master suite (which could easily make two further bedrooms) with walk in dressing room, there is a wet room with shower, wc and wash hand basin. At the top of the staircase visible from the main road there is a study area which would equally be suitable as a fourth bedroom. Externally to the rear is a pleasant lawned garden with patio areas bordered by dry stone walls and a driveway with parking for approximately 5 vehicles. Adjacent to the house there are two modern agricultural buildings located within the grounds which would make superb overspill accommodation if converted and would be suitable for a variety of uses, such as bunk barn, holiday cottages or equestrian use - subject to planning consent. To the rear of the farm building is a gateway providing access to four acres of pasture land bordered by dry stone walls which is included in the sale.

The market town of Settle is within some six miles and offers a comprehensive range of shops and other amenities including schools catering for all age groups. Leeds and Bradford (one hour) and Carlisle are within direct easy reach from the railway station in the centre of the village.

From Settle take the B6742 to Horton in Ribblesdale, proceed through Horton in Ribblesdale in the direction of Hawes and Ribblehead and the hamlet of Selside can be found approximately half way between the two. Penyghent Cottage is easily identifiable as it is the property with the large glazed window facing the road coming up from Settle, or alternatively is the first house on the left hand side on entering the Hamlet from the Hawes direction.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 October 2016

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