For sale: Bratt Barn, Cautley, Sedbergh, Yorkshire Dales, LA10 5LY
Summary: A delightful semi-detached stone and slate built four bedroom house enjoying spectacular views of the Rawthey Valley and Howgills Fells. Formerly two dwellings, this substantial and hugely versatile family home has bags of character. The gardens are a delight,
|Sold Status||Under Offer|
|Parking||Off Street Parking , Garage|
A delightful semi-detached stone and slate built four bedroom house enjoying spectacular views of the Rawthey Valley and Howgills Fells. Formerly two dwellings, this substantial and hugely versatile family home has bags of character. The gardens are a delight,
there is ample off-road parking and a large workshop/garage. Fabulous! Energy Rating 'G'.
An interesting and substantial semi-detached stone and slate built house of character.
Formerly two dwellings the house retains its two staircases and could easily be subdivided again.
Three/four reception rooms.
Excellent kitchen/breakfast room and a good sized utility/second kitchen.
Large attic room.
Delightful gardens adjoining open countryside.
Substantial garage/workshop and ample off-road car parking.
From Sedbergh town centre follow the A683 in the direction of Kirkby Stephen for about two miles to reach Cautley. The property will be found on the left-hand side, a few hundred yards before the church and St Mark's Vicarage.
The property forms part of the scattered rural village of Cautley, which is in the valley of the River Rawthey, nestling under the spectacular eastern slopes of the Howgill Fells. Cautley is a lovely Yorkshire Dales village where there is a church and a rather quirky cafe.
Cautley is about two miles from the historic market town of Sedbergh, famous for its private school and bookshops. Cautley is wholly within the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is also convenient for Kirkby Stephen, Kendal, the Lake District and junctions 37 and 38 of the M6 motorway.
Glorious walking country is available right from the doorstep and Cautley Spout, a dramatic waterfall, is nearby.
|Ground Floor|| |
|Dining Hall:||20'3" x 15'11" (6.17m x 4.85m). Currently used as a photographic studio. Exposed stonework to one wall. Shuttered windows to side. Range of built-in storage cupboards. Staircase to first floor.|
|Kitchen/Breakfast Room:||20' x 10'1" (6.1m x 3.07m). Fitted with a good range of modern, traditionally styled built-in floor and wall units together with work surfaces and a porcelain sink. Electric cooker with ceramic hob and extractor hood. Rustic fireplace (for gas fire). Tiled floor. Double glazed windows to rear. Additional window to side. Split opening rear entrance door.|
|Inner Hall:|| Range of built-in cloaks cupboards.|
|Study/Bedroom No.4:||15'11" x 12'11" (4.85m x 3.94m). A spacious room, currently used as a home office but also suitable as a large double bedroom. Shuttered window to front. Additional window to side. Shelving. Fitted desk with range of built-in storage cupboards below.|
|Cloakroom:||5'10" x 5'3" (1.78m x 1.6m). Contemporary style wash hand basin with cupboards and drawers below, and a w.c. Part tiled walls and illuminated mirror.|
|Utility Room:||10'8" x 6'2" (3.25m x 1.88m). originally the kitchen to the cottage. Good range of built-in wall and floor cupboards. Work surfaces. Stainless steel sink. Stelrad central heating boiler. Shelving.|
|Inner Hall No.2:|| A second staircase accesses the first floor.|
|Rear Entrance Hall:|| Part glazed rear entrance door. Access to the cellar providing useful storage space.|
|Sitting Room:||15' x 14'1" (4.57m x 4.3m). A cosy room having a stone built fireplace. The recesses to either side are lined with bookshelves. Exposed beams. Front entrance door. Window to front.|
|First Floor|| |
|Living Room:||20'3" x 23'9" (6.17m x 7.24m). A superb open plan room with a high open beamed ceiling and windows on three sides allowing the spectacular views to be enjoyed. Exposed stonework on one wall. Wood burning stove on a stone hearth. Upholstered window seats with storage. Access to loft.|
|Landing:|| A split level landing, the upper level leading to the second staircase.|
|Bedroom No.1:||14'6" x 14'9" (4.42m x 4.5m). A good sized double bedroom. Window to front.|
|Bedroom No.2:||16'2" x 10'5" (4.93m x 3.18m). A delightful double bedroom with windows on two sides.|
|Bedroom No.3:||12'10" x 8'2" (3.91m x 2.5m). A double bedroom. Window to side.|
|Bathroom No.1:||12'11" x 6'8" (3.94m x 2.03m). Suite in white comprising a panelled bath, a pedestal wash hand basin, a w.c. and a shower cubicle. Built-in linen cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine. Window to side.|
|Bathroom No.2:||8'6" x 7'7" (2.6m x 2.31m). Suite in white comprising a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and w.c. Built-in cupboard with a lagged hot water cylinder. Double glazed window to rear.|
|Second Floor|| |
|Attic Room:||19'8" x 14'4" (6m x 4.37m). Accessed by a staircase and hatch the atticroom is fully floored with a beamed ceiling finished with painted wood panelling. Double glazed window to side. Two double glazed Velux roof windows.|
|Garage:||16'10" x 15'4" (5.13m x 4.67m). A substantial stone built garage/workshop with double doors to front and a window to side. Power and lighting. Built-in storage cupboards.|
Tarmacadam driveway to front providing ample off road car parking.
Garden area to front with pathways and flowerbed.
Delightfully laid out garden to rear which adjoins fields. The views are spectacular. The garden is laid with paved patios, gravelled areas, herbaceous borders, rockeries and water features.
Garden shed and wood store.
Mains electricity. Private water supply (shared borehole). Shared septic tank drainage. Gas central heating (LPG).