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1 bedroom bungalow for sale

Stonecroft, Keasden, Clapham, Lancaster, LA2

Sold STC £128,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Rural location with long distance views
  • Ideal holiday cottage or second home
  • Modern kitchen and bathroom
  • Parking
  • Outdoor seating area

Full description

A superb one bedroom bungalow in a secluded yet accessible location close to Keasden near Clapham. The bungalow is set within a small select development of five properties and Lower Moss Farm and has recently been refurbished to a high standard. A perfect holiday home, investment property and full time residence. Inspection is strongly advised.

Stonecroft has been subject to extensive renovation and modernisation in recent years. The property forms part of a converted barn and briefly comprises entrance door to sitting room with open plan living and multi fuel stove, access to kitchen area, bathroom, double bedroom and private patio garden to the rear with superb views towards Ingleborough and Pen-Y-Ghent. Externally there is communal parking and a fenced garden area available by separate negotiation. The property is in excellent condition with modern kitchen, bathroom and is recently decorated throughout.

The property occupies a rural location with a farm lane approach from the Keasden Road. The A65 Settle to Kendal is then some two miles away with the village of Clapham just beyond, offering local amenities including post office stores, pub, hotel, primary school and railway station with direct rail links to Lancaster and Leeds. The historic market town of Settle is some nine miles from the property and provides a varied range of shops, public houses, restaurants, modern supermarket and schools including nearby Giggleswick School as well as direct road and rail links to the West Yorkshire conurbation.

Leave the A65 following the sign for Clapham Station, pass under the railway over the river and up the hill to Keasden crossroads. Turn right and right again at the small church, the track is identified with a Lower Moss sign. The property is at the end of the track and is the left property.

Living Room 
With high ceilings and exposed beam, multi fuel stove set on stone hearth with slate backing. Two ceiling lights, telephone point and access to both bedroom and kitchen. Designated cushion flooring to entrance area and carpet to living room.

Steps down from living room to fully fitted kitchen in white shaker style with complementary black work top, 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink unit, recess for washing machine and fridge/freezer together with under counter fridge. Recess for electric oven set beneath integrated extractor. Tiled splash back in white. Cupboard containing large hot water storage vessel with immersion heaters on pressurised system. Fitted black cushion flooring, ceiling light, plinth mounted heater and windows overlooking the front garden with pleasant outlook.

House Bathroom 
Located to the rear of the kitchen comprising three piece white suite. Bath with shower over and chrome mixer tap with glazed screen. Fully tiled to walls. White wash hand basin in Victorian style with chrome taps and single flush low suite wc. Wall mounted chrome towel rail, extractor fan, ceiling light, window to front elevation and fitted black glitter porcelain tiles.

Access from the rear of the living room. A large double bedroom with high ceiling window and glazed door to patio area. The bedroom is of a generous size and would easily accommodate a double bed and furniture. Wall mounted electric radiator, central ceiling light and ample plug sockets. Access to small storage cupboard containing electric consumer unit and meter. Glazed door to rear yard which has a superb view towards Ingleborough and Pen-Y-Ghent.


Superb view towards Ingleborough and Pen-Y-Ghent. Paved raised seating area bordered by dry stone wall and fence to the adjoining garden. External light. Recessed socket for spinning washing line. To the front of the property is a raised step and patio area with Indian stone flag approached by a gravel driveway. There is a communal parking area and a separate piece of land available for garden if so desired available by separate negotiation.

Agents Notes 
Externally there is communal parking and the access to the property is served by a track which is maintained through a communal maintenance fund which covers the cost of maintenance of the track and septic tank which costs approximately £125.00 per annum.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
21 September 2015

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