Great Views of the Dales
The name of this smallholding is Coat Faw.
It enjoys a superb view of the Dales and is seated on a few miles away form the neighborhood village, Dent.
All the necessary amenities are available in the nearby towns of Sedbergh and Hawes – less than 10 miles away. These Towns offer a good range of shops, primary & secondary schools (with outstanding Ofsted reports), banks, cafes and much more.
The village of Dent itself is well connected by road (M6) and rail links.
Parquet floor, window and radiator.
Hallway: fitted carpeting, radiator.
Separate walk-in storage cupboard with electric lighting. The cloakroom itself has a WC with sink vanity. It has a radiator and window.
The kitchen is decked out in typical farmhouse fashion. Fitted with wooden worktops and surfaces, it is complimented with a Belfast sink. An AGA and walking pantry with plenty of shelving equip you with all you need to keep family well catered for. Practically there is space for plumbed in under counter fridge and dishwasher.
Sitting room: Window seated views of the downs valleys, large dimension, double glazing, stone hearth with Dent marble surround & setting. Fitted carpet throughout.
Family: Parquet flooring, light formal layout with similar valley views as the sitting room.
Stone floor, windows at both ends and rear door for access to garden and outbuildings. The utility meters are based here.
Carved mahogany cabinetry, parquet flooring, stair access to the cellar. Two radiators. Original dairy pantry.
Overlooking the front garden and the land towards the Fells.
Fitted carpet, radiator, large walk in cupboard.
Bathrooms & Shower Rooms
Master (Large): 4 piece suite with sink units inset into vanity units, freestanding bath with shower – plus separate cubicle. Wood pannelled linen cupboards, shaver point and 2x radiators.
Guest (Double): good size, dual aspect view to front and side of house, coving on ceiling/wall. Ensuite bathroom with splashbacks and shower units. Radiator.
Bedroom 2 (Double): Large with dual aspect views as before, with concealed plumbing for sink if you desire this. Radiator.
Bedroom 3 (Double): Double wardrobes, high storage, rear and front window views and radiator.
Bedroom 4: Large sloping ceilings, coving, storage heater, built in cupboard.
2x wardrobes, large allocation of storage and rear aspect views.
Furbished in authentic farmhouse decor, the main house is decorated in manor style with long rectangular windows throughout the distribution of rooms offering lots of natural light. Pitched as more of a country retreat than farm smallholding. High cornice walls/ceilings and sash windows.
Grounds & Outbuildings
The grounds are in good condition with trees, bushes and a functioning vegetable plot. The smallholding has a complex of 12 outbuildings of varying dimension from: 12′ 3″ x 6′ 3″ (3.73m x 1.91m) to 23′ 4″ x 8′ 8″ (7.11m x 2.64m); a two-storey barn and shippon (livestock building) with stone byres (cow sheds) and window front and rear.
Approximately 3 acres of land, consisting of gardens, a small paddocks and orchard.
The property is serviced with main grid electric and drinking water from a spring. Central heating is provided by an oil fired system. Private drainage is to the rear of the garden.
There are many potential business ventures which could be run successfully from this premises, namely equestrian operations of one sort or another, given all of the outbuilding resource.
Planning permission could be sought after in order to extend the accommodation of this smallholding. Talks have happened historically with Yorkshire Dales National Park regarding the further development of the site.
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Situated in the Yorkshire Dales. A large Victorian house with distinct period architectural features.
Great views of the Dales.
Many outbuildings for a variety of purposes.
Well Established Garden, vegetable garden & stream and water feature. Approx. 3 Acres Of Land. No Onward Chain.
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