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Greystone Garth, Pinfold Croft, Gargrave, BD23 3RW

4 BED 1 BATH £650,000

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Greystone Garth, Pinfold Croft, Gargrave, BD23 3RW

£650,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0658
  • Type: Detached House
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Welcome to Greystone Garth, a handsome four-bedroom detached home set in the peaceful and popular village of Gargrave, just ten-minutes from Skipton.

Full Details

Home:
* Built in 1996
* Traditional Yorkshire Stone
* Fantastic location
* Surrounded by Yorkshire Dales Countryside

Services:
* Mains gas
* Mains electricity
* Mains water
* Mains drainage
* Council Tax band G

Nestled between two other detached houses, this typical Yorkshire stone build was constructed by prominent local builders Baldwin and Clarke, who made many homes in the area. With only one previous owner the home has been lovingly taken care of and promises spacious family living, a private garden and local amenities in close proximity.

Located some distance from the main road and situated near the village green take the picturesque drive along the road beside the river and turn into the private driveway, flanked by low natural stone walls and traditional Victorian lamp posts, to what was a pinfold croft, and is now a sanctuary for three detached homes, situated within the exterior walled boundaries.

Be greeted by the ample parking, for owners and guests, in front of the splendid Yorkshire sandstone façade of the home and double garage.

Once parked make your way through the gate and into the tranquil and welcoming front garden where potted plants decorate the way to the peak of the front porch.

Inside discover a light vestibule, with space to doff your shoes and brollies, that opens up through a glazed door into the main hallway of the home. Light cascades down the staircase from the landing above, and doors from the hallway flow naturally into the rooms of the downstairs.

To the right stands the living room with dual aspect views to both front and back garden, letting in lots of natural light. Neutrally decorated the focal gas fire place with striking mantel and stone heart create a cosy space for all occasions. An open log fireplace could easily be created in the current space.

Glazed sliding doors take you into the conservatory where the inside and outside flow seamlessly from one to another from the wrap around windows and double doors. In this calm and relaxing, admire the birds gliding past the windows as you take your morning coffee.


Celebrations and entertaining can be enjoyed at ease as there is ample space for guests and extended family. This is shown in the more formal dining area, found as you retrace your steps and cross the hallway. With views overlooking the front garden this room feels pleasant and homely, ready for the table to be laid with a sumptuous spread.

Discover a door to the rear of the dining room that leads into a versatile space. Currently used as a snug but could potentially be an office or playroom for the children, where all the toys could be housed out of sight, letting everyone in the family have their own area.

Returning to the hallway, take the next left, into the kitchen with contemporary grey tiling and pretty views over the back garden. Enjoy casual meals in this light and cheery room at the table and chairs.

Crisp white upper and lower cabinets create plenty of storage for cooking supplies and pots and pans, finished with grey speckled worksurface for all your preparation needs. A 5-ring burner range stands proudly under the brushed silver extractor fan - you will be creating many a feast in here.

Take the door in the kitchen to a handy utility and pantry that houses washer, dryer and large fridge freezer along with a second sink. After a day pruning, planting and digging in the back garden come in the back door to the utility, drop muddy boots and clean up before entering the kitchen.

Go back into the hall and find a handy coat cupboard hidden under the stairs as well as a separate downstairs toilet in the adjacent room, ideal for visitors.

Ascend the staircase where light floods through from the large picture windows capturing the views over the back garden, fields, across to the village and finally to the Yorkshire Dales.

Bedroom two, to the right, benefits from the same stunning aspect, making for a peaceful slumber and a nice view to wake up to everyday in this double room. Hang your clothes up in the capacious fitted wardrobes that go from wall to wall, offering bountiful storage.

Across the landing is the smallest of the bedrooms, currently used as an office with plenty of shelving for books and nick-nacks, but more than spacious enough to house a single bed and furniture.

Adjacent is the family bathroom comprising classic white bath with power shower over, WC and wash hand basin. Large grey stone tiles wrap the room and add warmth to the contemporary and airy feel. Sink into the tub at the end of a busy day and let your worries float away. Hide towels and toiletries away in the built-in cupboard.

To the front of the home sits the final two bedrooms. Bedroom four, a good size double room with peaceful views to the countryside, ready for a peaceful night's sleep.

The last of the spaces upstairs is the master bedroom, featuring built-in wardrobes and drawers to house a wealth of clothes and shoes. Do hair and make-up at the dressing table, situated in front of the window, where you are spoilt with views to the River Aire. Freshen up in the en-suite shower room, with toilet, under sink storage and large corner shower.

Garden and Grounds
To the front of the home, stands a detached stone built double garage with an abundance of storage for two cars, bikes, sporting gear and garden equipment, including space for a workshop or studio.

The beauty of the private drive and secluded setting of the home means much of the garden can be enjoyed in privacy.
South facing and capturing the sun for the majority of the day, the front of the home lends itself to a peaceful seating area. A block paved patio surrounded by potted plants, mature shrubs, clematis and climbing roses creates an ideal haven to spend quiet summer nights.

The back garden makes for a tranquil oasis for wildlife where the bees and butterflies drink the nectar from the flowers and the bird feeder becomes a hive of activity with chaffinches, robins, and blue tits. Even the local pheasants make an appearance on the lawn and help themselves to the seeds.

The Laurel hedge and mature shrubs that grow in front of the low stone boundary maintains the peace and tranquility for all, as well as creating a completely private retreat where children and pets can enjoy the safety of the outdoor space on the manicured lawn adorned with weeping cherry tree. Spy the sheep and cows that sometimes call the adjacent field home.

Warmer nights can be spent having BBQs and entertaining friends on the patio, with seamless access into the conservatory from indoors to outdoors. In the winter months light a chiminea and cosy round the fire on a crisp evening, roasting marshmallows under the evening skyline.

** For more photos and information, download the brochure on desktop. For your own hard copy brochure, or to book a viewing please call the team **


Council Tax Band: C
Tenure: Freehold

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