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4 bedroom farm house for sale

Butterhaugh Farm, Gargrave, Skipton, BD23 3QY

Sold STC £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Five bedroom detached farmhouse
  • Beautifully proportioned family accommodation
  • Converted basement perfect for guests or a teenage retreat
  • Ample private parking and an excellent garden
  • Yard area with two useful good sized stone outbuildings
  • A substantial farm building incorporating four boxes & useful storage
  • 5.96 acres of gently sloping grassland
  • Pleasant rural position with super views over countryside

Full description

Butterhaugh Farm enjoys a pleasant rural position off Church Street between the popular village of Gargrave and the market town of Skipton. Gargrave provides a useful range of amenities
including a primary school, shops, pubs, restaurants and a railway station with services to Skipton and to Leeds and Bradford. For a more comprehensive range of facilities including
excellent secondary schooling there is the market town of Skipton just 5 miles to the south.

This spacious detached farmhouse provides an exceptional family home with additional basement conversion adding further versatile accommodation for use as a snug/study/playroom/
guest suite.
The house is entered through a large central hallway off which is a spacious farmhouse style breakfast kitchen complete with three oven Aga set in a fine stone surround, a comprehensive
range of fitted units with integrated appliances including NEFF induction hob and double oven, NEFF dishwasher and large 'American style' fridge/freezer. Adjacent to the kitchen is an
excellent dining room/Snug with stone fireplace and stove and doors opening onto the front garden. To the opposite side of the hall is an elegant living room with stone fireplace and stove
having arched alcoves either side and cornice to the ceiling. An inner lobby from the hall gives access to a good sized Boot Room/Utility which incorporates a separate Shower Room.
From the hall, stairs lead up the first floor via a half landing to a generous main landing giving way to four excellent double bedrooms each having a feature cast iron fireplace set in a stone
surround. The well appointed family bathroom has a four piece suite together with a large separate shower cubicle.

Study/Play Room (3.43m x 3.86m)
Guest Bedroom 5 (3.91m x 4.33m)

Ground Floor Accommodation
Entrance Hall (4.25m x 1.54m) through to:
Rear Hall (4.27m x 2.36m) Stairs to first floor
Porch (1.56m x 3.28m)
Boot Room/Utility (3.95m x 4.24m) shower room off
Breakfast Kitchen (4.84m x 4.22m)
Dining Room/Snug (4.24m x 4.84m)
Lounge (4.20m x 4.79m)

First Floor Accommodation
Bedroom 1 (3.85m x 4.98m)
Bedroom 2 (4.89m x 4.75m)
Bathroom (2.59m x 3.73m)
Bedroom 3 (3.97m x 4.87m)
Bedroom 4 (3.85m x 4.19m)

The property is approached from Church Street via a short drive leading round to a good sized parking and turning area which also gives access to the adjacent 5.96 acres of land.

Steps lead down to a generous rear yard with two substantial stone built fuel stores and a further range of stone outbuildings comprising a Washroom (3.42m x 1.98m) with hot & cold running water, electric heating, a separate W.C and a separate store. A path leads round to the main front garden which is an excellent size being predominantly lawned with paths and mature fruit trees, bordered by hedges.

The farm building (17.86m x 8.70m) comprises four boxes and versatile storage space with hay loft over part and has power and water connected. Under Permitted Development there might
be scope for change of use subject to the building meeting the required criteria.

The small plantation of trees on Mickleber Hill is specifically excluded from the sale. The vendors will reserve a right of way through the land from Church Lane for vehicle access.

Freehold. Vacant possession on completion

From Skipton head west on the A59 turning right opposite The Bull Inn in the bottom of the dip onto Gargrave Road which becomes Church Street. Continue for about 2 miles where Butterhaugh Farm can be found on the left. A sale board has been erected.

Mains water, mains electricity, septic tank drainage.
Electric Aga. Oil central heating - under floor heating to the kitchen and hallways.

EPC Energy Rating C

Details Prepared
July 2016
Amended October 2016

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
15 August 2016


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