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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Bramblewood, Hawkswick

Sold STC £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Unique design, layout and features
  • Stunning family home with 4 bedroom & 2 bath/shower rooms
  • Fantastic open-plan central living space with stove
  • Breakfast-kitchen with 4 oven AGA and 5 integrated appliances
  • Study area and large entrance porch
  • Superb views and tranquil village location
  • Large gardens with additional 0.75 acre croft
  • Garage and parking for 3 further vehicles
  • 10 minutes to Grassington 20 minutes to Skipton

Full description


A unique and superbly spacious living space, the hub of the house and centred round a large bespoke stone inglenook fireplace incorporating a Darby multi-fuel stove. With many features to this attractive space including exposed king trusses, roof purlins, exposed stone walls and with stairs leading up to a galleried landing and bedroom to either end. Having double panel heating radiator to the living room end and a flight of four steps leading up to a snug / TV area with attractive views onto the rear gardens from a double glazed sliding patio door. With further double panel heating radiator to this area and with two Velux roof lights providing additional natural light. To the dining area there is ample space for an 8 person dining suite and furniture. Again with exposed stone wall, double panel heating radiator, attractive exposed timbers to the ceiling and with full-height door giving access to under stairs storage space. Further natural light from an arched double glazed window.

On the ground floor and off from the main living room space. Offering ample space for a double bed and with attractive partially timber panelled walls, exposed roof timbers and exposed stone wall. Natural light from two windows, one to the front of the property and one to the gable, and with double panel heating radiator.

A split-level landing and open to the central living space and thus benefiting from the multi-fuel stove in the cooler months. With return balustrade opening onto a spacious landing area with great amounts of natural light from the arched double glazed windows with attractive views across the village and a Velux window to the ceiling.

Finished in a 'French country-style' with quality travertine tiling and featuring a free standing roll top bath mounted on wooden plinths and having side-mounted antique-style mixer lever taps with shower head attachment. Dual flush WC with timber seat and French-style large wash basin set into a vanity unit with drawers and storage below. Having the added advantage of a separate 1200 x 600 shower enclosure, being fully tiled and incorporating a thermostatic shower valve with antique-style fitting. With natural light from a large double glazed window looking onto the rear gardens with deep timber display shelf, further tiled display shelf and timber panelling below. With further timber panelling along the bath wall and built-in airing cupboard (also housing the property’s oil fired central heating boiler and electrical consumer unit). Having exposed roof timbers and ladder-style heated towel rail.

Of good proportions and having a range of base and walls units incorporating large pan drawers, glass fronted display cabinets and storage cupboards. With speckled granite worktops, granite upstands and tiling and incorporating a one and a half bowl under-mounted sink with mixer lever tap and a 'peninsula' breakfast bar providing seating space for four people. Fitted appliances include a full sized dishwasher, large AEG oven, matching microwave and five ring LPG gas hob, with contemporary canopy hood over. Featuring an electrically powered four oven AGA with two hot plates and a warming plate, recessed into an alcove with recessed lighting. Great amounts of natural light flow into this family kitchen from no less than four windows, some with exposed stone mullions and with further light from the timber and glazed door leading out onto the driveway.

A spacious entrance vestibule with exposed stone feature wall, tall ceiling open to the roof purlins and with natural light from a glazed and panelled door onto the front gardens and two unique windows to the front of the property. With ceramic tiled floor and having door leading into the living room and bedroom four.

Currently used as a home office with ample space for a couple of desks and office storage units. Certainly space for a double bed if required and with natural light from a double glazed window. Having double panel heating radiator and walk-in store, which we are informed, has plumbing connections for a cloakroom. Centre light point and a drop down loft hatch with retractable ladder providing excellent storage.

A superbly designed and spacious Dales barn conversion, converted to high standard in the 1990’s. Offering a unique layout with high quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Retaining many of the original barn openings and windows, a light and airy family home presented to a high standard. The ground floor accommodation is centred around a large yet cosy open-plan living space which is open to the ridge and with exposed roof timbers and galleried landings; and featuring an impressive stone fireplace incorporating a multi-fuel stove. Having a superb breakfast-kitchen finished with an excellent range of high quality fitted units with granite worktops and featuring a four oven AGA. The living space is versatile and currently set up with two bedrooms to the ground floor and two further bedrooms to the first floor, all centred around the previously mentioned open plan living space.

Set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and backing onto open fields, a delightful property in a peaceful location, yet only 10 minutes drive from excellent local amenities. There is an abundance of public houses, cafés, shops and a highly regarded primary school in nearby Kettlewell.The larger town of Skipton is approximately 14 miles away, offering High Street shops, services, two of the best (secondary) schools in the country and excellent transport links to London. Further excellent secondary schooling is available at Wharfedale school near Grassington

A generous sized master bedroom with ample space for a king sized bed and fitted or free standing furniture, and with great amounts of natural light and views from the delightful exposed stone double glazed window to the front of the property. Further window to the gable end, a Velux window to the roof and a full-height arched window with stupendous views, across the rear gardens onto the limestone scars. An attractive room with exposed roof purlins, period-style centre light point, urther double glazed skylight to the end and door leading to the en-suite shower room.

A double bedroom, this time with painted exposed roof purlins and natural light from a conservation-style Velux and a large arched double glazed window to the front of the property. Ample space for a double bed and with double panelled heating radiator, exposed stone wall and multi-point adjustable spot light.

Finished in a 'colonial-style' with attractive wall coverings and featuring a 900 x 600 shower enclosure with sliding door incorporating a thermostatic shower valve with drench head. Dual flush WC and matching full pedestal basin with antique-style taps. Natural light from the double glazed window to the rear of the property with fantastic views onto the gardens and fells. With timber panelling to one wall, exposed timber floor boards and being fully tiled to the shower area. Extractor fan, centre light point, ladder-style heated towel rail and shelved storage to one side of the shower area.

On the second galleried landing and currently used as a home office area . A great space and with natural light from a Velux window over the desk area, and a further arched double glazed window to the front of the property and double glazed window to the rear, both with attractive views. Featuring an exposed stone wall running up from the living room, king trusses, timber purlins and door leading to bedroom two.

A stone built garage just to the side of the property, approximately 17' x 10' 6" with electric lights and power and access via a timber panelled up and over door. Further parking on the gravelled driveway for up to three vehicles.

Cottage-style gardens which are laid mainly to lawn run across the of the front of the property, with drystone boundary walls providing an attractive and typical setting for a Dales village property. To the rear of the property there are extensive stone flagged sun terraces running the whole length of the property and of good width, providing great entertaining and al-fresco dining space and also housing the property’s solid fuel storage unit, log store, barbeque areas, oil boiler and oil tank. A timber gate provides access round to the garage and driveway. The remainder of the extensive gardens are gently sloping and laid mainly to lawn, running up past a large timber shed and greenhouse as well as a decked area for further sitting out space. Again with drystone walled boundaries and a wide timber gate giving access to the additional croft of aproximately three-quarters of an acre, and which is included in the sale.


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