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4 bedroom stone house for sale

The Old Hall, Gayle, Hawes, DL8 3RZ

Guide Price £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Traditional Dales House
  • Wealth of Features
  • Within a Popular Village
  • Views to the Hills
  • Established Holiday Let
  • Viewing By Appointment

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The property is very pleasantly situated in the village of Gayle, which is very close to the renowned market town of Hawes. It stands near the river with views across to the fell and Gayle Mill. It is beautifully situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and within commuting distance of a number of local market towns. There is also a useful railway station at Garsdale which has a regular service to Leeds.

Old Hall comprises an historically important Grade II Listed house which dates back at least to the 17th century and is probably of a much earlier date. It has undergone a degree of modernisation over the years and has been run successfully as a holiday let. This use could be developed further or it would also make a wonderful family or second home. The property is complemented externally by useful stores to the rear and side. There is a raised garden which
benefits from views across Hawes and hills beyond. The property has retained all of its original features including mullioned windows, exposed stone walling, inglenook fireplaces, stone shelving and exposed timber beams.

On the ground floor you enter into the entrance porch with feature tiled floor. This leads into the reception hall where all reception rooms then lead off. The dining room has a large inglenook fireplace, traditional timber beams and fitted oak cupboards. A back hall leads to the main living room which again has an inglenook stone fireplace together with wood burning stove and traditional beams. The back hall also leads to the kitchen which has a range of hand crafted units, original stone flagged flooring and dining area. There is also a useful pantry off with original stone shelving and plumbing for white goods. Also off the reception hall is a dairy again with original stone shelving and stone flagged floor. Finally on the ground floor is a bathroom with fitted bath, shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin and W.C. A turned stone staircase then leads to the first floor. The staircase has exposed stone walling and timber panelling beneath. On the first floor, the landing leads to all four bedrooms with notable features including exposed stone lintels, timber panelling, exposed beams and a traditional fireplace. Three of the bedrooms have window seats. Two of the bedrooms have double glazing. There is also a separate shower room with cubicle and electric shower, wash hand basin, W.C. together with vanity unit.

To the outside of the property, there is a small attached store and a rear passageway with retained stone wall which leads to a useful outside store and small patio. Behind the property is a raised fenced lawned garden with stone walling to one side which has views to the hills beyond. The small flower gardens are stocked with mature shrubs.


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02 September 2018

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