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Property DetailsA charming six bedroom character property with a separate three bedroom cottage and two studio flats with pretty gardens and land overlooking beautiful rolling countryside on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National ParkLot 1 Main House: library, drawing room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, family room, utility room, boot room, garden room, cloak room, master bedroom with en-suite, four further double bedrooms (one with en-suite), single bedroom, house bathroom, epc rating d, garden, pond, greenhouse, stables, garden store, barn, paddocks. In all about 5.1 acres.Lot 2: Bankfoot Cottage and The Coach HouseLot 3: Goosebutts - In all about 3.2 acresMoorside is a charming village house that dates back to 1699 and boasts many original features. The front door opens into the reception hall/library which has built-in book cases down one wall, original wooden floors and the main staircase to the first floor, exposed ceiling beams and beautiful ornamental plaster work; there is a door out to the gardens at the rear. Adjacent is the generous drawing room which features a large stone fireplace with a multi-fuel stove.To the other side of the hall lies the dining room and the breakfast kitchen which has the original stone flag floor, a centre island with wooden surfaces and a range cooker with a double oven and a six ring gas hob. Leading off from the breakfast kitchen is a boot room that has been converted to a utility room/second kitchen with a staircase leading up to the first floor, there is also a snug with a wood burning stove and a French door out to the garden, this has the potential to be converted to a self-contained unit. Beyond this is a further utility room with plenty of storage and a tack room as well as a generous garden room with floor to ceiling windows and French doors to the south elevation, this has the potential to be a fabulous home office or incorporating the upper floor has the potential for further accommodation or a self-contained unit.The first floor is accessed by the main staircase that leads up from the reception hall/library, the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and stunning far reaching views over the countryside towards Draughton, there are four further double bedrooms one of which has a shared en-suite shower room with a single bedroom, and a house bathroom.Bankfoot CottageA charming semi-detached cottage that boasts on the ground floor a good sized living room with aspects out to the front and rear as well as the original stone fireplace and hearth with a multi-fuel stove and a breakfast kitchen. The original stone stairs lead up to the first floor where there are three bedrooms and a house bathroom. To the front of the property is a south facing stone terrace and a little cottage garden.The Coach HouseThis is split into two studio flats and has the potential to be converted to one self-contained cottage. The ground floor studio has an open plan kitchen, sitting room and bedroom with a separate shower room and also boasts French doors out to a small patio. The first floor studio is accessed by exterior stone steps that lead up to the kitchen, there is a separate shower room and bedroom.Moorside is approached through a wooden gate to a tarmac drive that leads to the rear of the property where there is a generous parking area. The drive continues round, through a set of double gates that currently divide the cottages from Moorside, up to another set of gates that leads back onto the road, making the whole of the property secure, ideal for children or pets.The pretty south facing garden is well stocked with mature trees, shrubs and beautiful flower beds creating a mass of colour, climbing roses and wisteria grace the rear of the house and make a pretty backdrop to the stone terrace which is an id
Additional Property InformationThis single family listing located at Eastby, Skipton has six bedrooms. The property is currently priced for $951,998.
This property is listed by Liz Morgan of Strutt & Parker located in England.