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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Coach House, Brackenley Lane, Embsay

Sold STC £445,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superbly presented 4 bedroom detached cottage style property
  • With a living-dining room, sitting room, kitchen, and 4 bedrooms
  • House bathroom with separate shower enclosure and superb ground floor wet room
  • French doors opening onto delightful and mature cottage style gardens
  • Detached garage with further off-street parking for 3 or 4 vehicles
  • Generous and superbly presented gardens and Al-Fresco dining areas
  • Just a short walk to the village inns and shop.
  • 15 minute walk into Skipton or a 5 minute Taxi ride.
  • In the catchment area for exceptional Grammar Schools
  • On the cusp of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and Bolton Abbey Estate.

Full description

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A more recent addition to the property and providing further access off Brackenley Lane into an entrance lobby with under heated Karndean flooring and oak doors opening into the wet-room and inner hall/ breakfast area. Natural light from a double glazed window and with a Velux window to the roof. With exposed stone walls and centre light point and providing an excellent place for removing wet shoes and outdoor gear before entering the main living space.

A magnificent wet-room with striking contemporary tiling to the floors and walls and with the floor having underfloor heating. With tall ceilings and finished in a contemporary style including a dual-flush hidden cistern w/c with timber shelf over, wall mounted wash basin with mono-bloc mixer lever tap and a large open wet area incorporating a thermostatic shower valve with adjustable head. Extractor fan, recessed lighting, heat lamps, contemporary style heated towel rail and a Velux window for natural light. With quality vanity fittings throughout including a glass shelf over the basin, demisting-illuminated mirror and hand towel rail.

With ample space for a breakfast table and providing a connection from the two reception rooms to the kitchen, second entrance porch and wet-room. With recessed lighting, exposed oak beams and natural light from two Georgian style windows; one to the front elevation and one to the side. Loft hatch giving access to the roof space and with 'borrowed light' from the hall into the dining room from a decorative window. Contemporary style heating radiator, wall mounted storage cupboards and reclaimed solid wood doors leading into the kitchen and with an oak door leading into the wet room.

A spacious room featuring a gas-fired stove set into an attractive recessed fireplace with stone jambs, mantle and hearth and with a red brick interior. Ample space for living room furniture and with great natural light from two Georgian style windows to each gable and a pair of full height French doors opening onto the delightful gardens. With two contemporary, slimline heating radiators, television and sky points, centre ceiling rose and exposed oak beams, this is an attractive living room with a delightful outlook. To the rear of the living room there is a dining area again with exposed beams and contemporary style radiator and with the staircase to the first floor leading off.

To the front of the property and with great natural light from a Georgian bay window with double panel heating radiator below and further window with an attractive outlook onto the rear gardens. Featuring a delightful period fire place with punch-stone jambs and head, matching mantle and set on a raised stone hearth; incorporating a Carron multi-fuel stove finished in soft white. This cosy room is attractively finished in quality wall paper and with exposed roof timbers, cornice to ceiling and with a timber and glazed door leading out onto the rear gardens. Ample space for one or two settees and associated sitting room furniture. Cabled for Satellite TV and with three wall lights and one centre light point.

A quality kitchen with a full range of base and wall units finished in a contemporary style with mixed colours to the fascias, brushed chrome handles and incorporating solid wood worktops over. Also with some frosted glass fronted display cupboards and a plate rack. Included in the sale is a 'Stoves Precision 1100' range-cooker with two ovens, grill, plate warmer and with 7 gas rings including a wok-burner. Matching 'Stoves' canopy-hood and space and plumbing for a free standing dishwasher and fridge freezer. A one and a half bowl ceramic sink with mixer lever tap set in front of a large double glazed window for natural light to this area and with full height double glazed door giving access onto the al-fresco stone-flagged dining area, immediately adjacent to the kitchen. Attractively finished with solid oak flooring, contemporary style tiling over the work tops, recessed lighting and with heating from a 'Vortice' wall mounted radiant-heater.

Again with attractive views onto the hills from a large window with deep timber sill to the rear of the property. A further double bedroom. With heating radiator, recessed open wardrobe space, loft hatch to the roof space, contemporary centre light and fitted shelf over the window.

A good sized single bedroom with natural light from a Georgian style multi paned window again with some pleasant long distance views and with full height Louvre fronted cupboard giving excellent storage space. Double panel heating radiator and multi point adjustable spot light.Further loft hatch giving access to roof space.

A single bedroom with natural light from a window to the front of the property and looking out onto Brackenley Lane. Wiith contemporary style heating radiator and bi-fold solid wood door.

Approached from the stairs out of the dining room onto a return balustrade landing with a magnificent circular, multi-glazed window with exposed stone surround and providing a central feature in addition to natural light. Full height Louvre fronted cupboards over the stairs providing useful storage.

Of 'L' -shape in layout and a double bedroom with great natural light from a large Georgian-style multi-paned window looking over the rear gardens onto the woods and hills beyond, and with heating radiator below. Further Georgian multi pained window to the opposite gable again with some pleasant long distant views, this time over Embsay towards Skipton. Ample space for a double bed and associated furniture and with loft hatch with drop down ladder giving access to the roof space which is fully boarded and carpeted to give generous and clean storage space.

A more recently built detached garage with ample space for one vehicle in addition to work bench areas and storage. Entered by a pair of timber panelled, side-hung garage doors. With natural light from a double glazed timber window to the gable also comprising of electric, water and a sink. Constructed of coursed Yorkshire stone under a pitched stone slate roof and with further bullseye window over the garage doors. A pair of side hinged timber gates open (off the street) onto key block paving and provide parking for three to four vehicles along with bin storage areas and with further space for sheds if required.

The property enjoys generous sized and delightfully presented outside space.With a stone flagged al-fresco dining area to the rear of the property and with access from the kitchen and leading onto delightful gardens via gravel paths. A further timber decked al fresco dining area immediately adjacent to the French doors from the sitting and living rooms and opening onto brick, herringbone-style footpaths, lawned gardens, raised borders and with a further raised patio areas providing log storage and sun traps. With a good stock of mature shrubs and trees and high level of privacy from the tall dry stone wall to Brackenley Lane along with fences and hedging to the remaining boundaries. Offering idyllic and spacious cottage style gardens, maintained to the highest of standards and including an Antique style coach lamp along with outside sockets, in the middle of these predominantly south facing gardens.

Having remained in the same family for many years and clearly very much loved, we are delighted to bring this special home to the market. We are offering the property with no forward chain, in superb condition and ready to move into. Interest for this property, in the sought after village of Embsay is anticipated to be high. Rarely does a property of this quality come to the market and we recommend booking your viewing at the earliest opportunity..

Of spacious proportions and finished to a high standard.Incorporating three-piece suite with separate shower. With full size tiled-panel bath with contemporary style taps and shower head attachment. Period style full-pedestal 'Avalon' basin with matching taps to the bath and a close-coupled w/c. Separate 900 x 900 quadrant shower enclosure with a pair of sliding glass doors and incorporating a 'Gainsborough Ambassador' thermostatic shower valve with adjustable head. Split-level in layout, with two contemporary heating radiators and a further traditional chrome heated towel rail, exposed roof beams, full height tiling to the bath and shower area and reduce to half tiling for the remainder. A pair of full height Louvre fronted doors give access to the airing cupboard which also incorporates the properties hot water tank and gas fired central heating boiler.

Embsay with Eastby is on the Southern border of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and is situated below the well known Embsay & Eastby Crags at the foot of Black Park. There is a sailing club on the reservoir in Embsay and fishing by licence. If you like to walk through breath taking scenery and then finish off with a Gastro Pub meal then you will be spoilt for choice in the nearby Dales. Embsay with Eastby has a great local community with an excellent Primary School, Church and Village Hall. The village has a cricket team which competes in the Craven League and also has a moderately successful football team. Both football and cricket teams play games at Shires Lane on the north side of the Embsay. Embsay also boasts two pleasant public houses that serve meals and a village shop selling groceries and newspapers etc. Nearby is the market town of Skipton with its abundance of shops, restaurants, pubs and supermarkets.

Approached off the stone-flagged and stone-set forecourt fronting Brackenley Lane and entering through a solid oak door, into an entrance hallway with full height door giving access to a large under stairs cupboard and with further solid wood doors giving access to the two reception rooms and inner hallway/breakfast room.

A superbly presented cottage-style detached property, offering spacious and attractive living space and presented to a high standard. Offering 2 attractive and cosy reception rooms, spacious connecting-hall/breakfast room, recently converted wet-room and with four bedrooms and a spacious house bathroom. Set in delightful, well stocked and private gardens of generous proportions and with the added bonus of a detached large-single garage with further off-road parking. Exceptional quality throughout including oak and pine doors, a multi-fuel stove and further gas-stove to the reception rooms. An attractive and cosy, yet substantial property which is sure to the generate a high level of interest.

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15 October 2015


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