3 bedroom terraced house for saleArrathorne, Bedale
Under Offer £199,950
- Quiet Village Tucked Away in Lower Wensleydale
- PV Panels on FIT Tariff
- Deceptively Spacious Period Cottage
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Double Garage and Outbuilding
- Separate Garden/Allotment
- EPC Rating (EER) of C69
Full descriptionThis charming stone built period cottage in the tranquil hamlet of Arrathorne is deceptively spacious having three bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms as well as a conservatory, double garage and a separate garden/allotment. Packed with a wealth of character and traditional features throughout, the property also benefits from modern double glazing, oil-fired central heating, FIT PV panels and views across the lower Wensleydale countryside.
Situation - The market towns of Bedale, Richmond and Leyburn are all approx. 6 miles away and access to the A1 at Leeming Bar is only 7 miles away. There are mainline railway stations at Northallerton (14 miles) and Darlington (19) and airports at Leeds Bradford, Newcastle and Durham Tees Valley.
Amenities - Good local amenities are on offer in the surrounding villages, with primary schools in both Hunton and Hackforth plus Aysgarth Prep School in Newton-Le-Willows. The nearby village of Hunton also benefits from a Post Office and shop, village hall and thriving public house. Further amenities can be found in the popular market towns of Bedale and Leyburn and the larger town of Northallerton.
Ground Floor - The front door opens into a useful porch area.
Living Room - 4.62m x 4.06m (15'2" x 13'4") - The spacious living room has an original open fireplace with cast-iron and detailed tiled surround, built-in shelving to the fireplace alcove, one radiator, a window to the front and a large under-stairs cupboard.
Kitchen - 2.67m x 1.80m (8'9" x 5'11") - The fitted kitchen has tiled splash-backs to two walls, wall- and floor-mounted units, a traditional butlers sink, plumbing for a washing machine and space for an electric cooker and fridge.
Dining Area - 2.67m x 2.87m (8'9" x 9'5") - With practical quarry tiles underfoot, the dining area has one radiator and a beautiful original solid timber door leading to the conservatory. The boiler is also housed here.
Conservatory - 1.68m x 3.02m (5'6" x 9'11") - With modern UPVC double glazing to three sides, the conservatory provides a garden-style room, which leads out to the rear patio area and garage.
First Floor - The turned staircase leads to the first floor landing, which has several floor-to-ceiling cupboards and airing cupboard with hot water tank.
Bedroom One - 2.83m x 4.05m (9'3" x 13'3") - Bedroom One has a window to the front with beautiful views across the Dales and beyond, one radiator and a feature period fireplace.
Bedroom Two - 2.67m x 4.96m (8'9" x 16'3") - Bedroom Two has a window to the rear with views across open countryside, built-in shelving to one wall and one radiator.
Bathroom - The family bathroom comprises bath with shower over and folding glass splash screen, pedestal wash basin, WC, one radiator and extractor fan.
Second Floor - The staircase from bedroom two leads to the second-floor accommodation.
Bedroom Three - 3.33m x 3.97m (10'11" x 13'0") - Bedroom Three has a window to the front giving fantastic views across lower Wensleydale and to the hills beyond, one radiator and exposed beams and roof trusses.
En-Suite Shower Room And Storage - With exposed beams and roof trusses, the en-suite shower room comprises shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, WC, one radiator and a Velux window. A small door opens into a large under-eaves storage area running the width of the house.
Rear Patio - There is an enclosed stone-flagged patio area to the rear, which gives access to the garage.
Double Garage And Outbuilding - The stone double garage with electric up and over door is to the rear of the property and has light and electricity points, providing both ample storage and off-road parking for up to two vehicles. Across the drive to the rear is a small outside building which provides coal/wood storage.
Separate Garden/Allotment - Located across from the front of the property is a large south facing garden/allotment, used by the current owner as a vegetable garden and orchard. There are stone-wall boundaries, a pond, raised beds and a variety of mature fruit bushes and trees, roses, other flowering shrubs and trees, perennial herbs and flowers and a paved area.
Agents Note - The PV panels produce an annual income of approximately £550 - £600.
Services And Tenure - With main water and electricity, the property benefits from modern double glazing and oil central heating throughout. The property is offered Freehold with Vacant Possession Upon Completion.
Local Authority And Council Tax - The Local Authority is Richmondshire District Council tel: 01748 829210. For council-tax purposes, the property is banded D.
Viewings And Particulars - Viewings are strictly by appointment via the Agent. Particulars and photographs taken March 2016.
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