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Low Barn and Low Cottage, Skipton, BD20 9HF

5 BED 3 BATH £725,000

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Low Barn and Low Cottage, Skipton, BD20 9HF

  • Ref: 1000_RS0518
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Ideally located just a few miles from Skipton, with breathtaking views and spacious rooms, discover Low Barn and Low Cottage, a traditional stone-built barn conversion and accompanying annexe, where every consideration has been catered for to provide perfect family living.

Full Details

* Semi-detached
* 4 bedroom home and 1 bedroom detached self-contained annex
* Fantastic hill views
* Previously popular holiday let
* Double glazed windows
* Stone tiled floor
* Large Workshop
* Range oven in the Kitchen

* Mains Electric
* Mains Gas
* Septic Tank shared with neighbouring houses
* Private water supply shared with neighbouring houses
* Annex - Gas fired boiler and underfloor heating

Grounds and Location:
- Private parking for up to 6 cars
- Two large double garages / Workshop
- Newly converted detached self-contained one bedroom annexe
- South-west facing garden
- Easy access to both Skipton and Keighley
- Rural feel

Make your way down the lane, where there are two entrances to the home. Two sets of electric gates welcome you into the expansive driveway with ample room for parking. A double garage, workshop, and large patio area lead toward the land belonging to Low Barn that extends to stunning views of Cononley and Carleton.

Take a moment to soak up the vista, before turning right toward the sizeable patio and making your way into Low Barn. Originally built in 1902, with many original features, step into the large, tiled entrance porch and get ready to explore this wonderful home. Hang up your jacket and coat and keep boots tidy in the storage area, before taking the steps up into the large kitchen-diner.

Filled with light and emanating hospitality, the tiled floor continues underfoot in this generously sized area. Emerge into the kitchen on the left of the room, where modern design and functionality meet in perfect combination. Sleek cabinetry fills the room, providing plenty of storage space along with an integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher and Rangemaster oven with a gas hob. The breakfast bar provides extra preparation space, along with seating for friends and family to chat to the chef whilst delicious feasts are being prepared.

Flow through to the dining area where there is ample room for a large table and chairs that cater for every mealtime eventuality. Host intimate dinner parties, where guests can watch the dishes being created with growing anticipation or invite family and friends over for relaxed Sunday lunches and fill the space with laughter as you make special memories.

Walk through the dining area and into the study, where spotlights and window fill the area in light before turning right into the impressive lounge. Bright white walls and several windows, along with scattered spotlights in the ceiling, illuminate the room. A door provides access to the outside area and comfy sofas are ready for cosy get-togethers and relaxed afternoons. Open the first door on the right and peep into the convenient cloakroom, fitted with washbasin and WC, before opening the second door and discovering a spacious utility room.

Retrace your steps back through to the kitchen-diner, take the door to the right and go straight across to discover the main lounge. Sink your toes into the rich carpet and snuggle up on deep sofas in wintertime or throw open the French doors in summer to enjoy the outside patio area where there is ample room for table and chairs beside the views of the rolling Yorkshire hills. Peep into the storage area on the far side of the room that is home to the boiler, before turning left out of the lounge and making your way up the stairs.

Turn left into a large double bedroom, where the charming, exposed beams remind you of Low Barn's history. Peaceful and quiet, relax and rest before freshening up in the ensuite with shower, washbasin, and WC.

A stunning family bathroom awaits on the right, certain to deliver the 'wow factor.' Adorned with striking dark floor and wall tiles, along with atmospheric lights, a freestanding roll top bath invites you to destress in its depths under the Velux window. A heated towel radiator with feature mirror adds to the impressive design, along with a washbasin with fitted storage cupboard and WC.

Continue along the hall under the dark exposed beams and discover another double bedroom on your next right. Brimming with light from the Velux windows, with space enough for a double bed, wardrobe and seating, characterful beams embellish the vaulted ceiling, adding to the feeling of spaciousness.
Another bedroom awaits on the right, also with exposed beams, and Velux, along with feature dark walls and plenty of space for storage. Currently a children's room but with the potential to work as a bedroom or a study.

As you continue along the first floor hallway, a floor to ceiling window with in-built blind, allows daylight to flood in whilst keeping ultimate privacy. Bright, spacious, and full of light, the main bedroom awaits next door. A relaxing haven nestled beneath a vaulted ceiling adorned with beams. Wake up with stunning views of the hills from the Juliet balcony and take a moment to relax in the seating area in this oasis of calm.

Low Cottage:

The accompanying annexe to Low Barn, Low Cottage, is situated to the left of the driveway as you enter the estate that makes up these two exceptional homes. Currently used as a holiday let, Low Cottage lends itself to a multitude of living arrangements. White-tiled floor with under-floor heating welcomes you to the spacious living area, where the delicate décor and spotlights issue a feeling of peace.

Turn right and enter the double bedroom. Airy and light, pristine white walls and a large window overlooking the grounds make for a fresh and bright room.

Make your way back into the living area and warm up on the underfloor heating as you flow through into the open-plan kitchen-diner. A breakfast bar provides extra seating for those wishing to chat to the cook and leads into the kitchen where sleek cabinets provide an array of storage.

Continue through the kitchen and emerge into the bathroom comprising washbasin, large shower, and WC.

Gardens and Grounds
With two and a half acres, the theme of spaciousness throughout Low Barn continues to the sizeable garden and patio area. A large workshop and store reside by Low Cottage, making easy work of organising and storing garden and sporting equipment.

Enter via the door and walk down the corridor to discover a large storeroom before turning right and entering the extremely spacious workshop. A multi-use workshop with fittings for a kitchenette and bathroom. An expansive area with electric doors, and space enough to park four cars, the workshop brims with potential. Ideal for a multitude of uses, the possibilities here are endless.

Return outside and make your way to the large double garage by Low Barn. With electric doors that open to reveal amazing views, the space is currently home to a large eight-person hot tub. Don your swimming costume and grab a glass of bubbles as you soak amongst the jets and gaze out to your own private vista.

A space designed for entertaining, invite family and friends over to enjoy the vast patio and lawned area outside Low Barn. The grounds at the front of the home are ideal for a game of cricket, whist the patio with built in seating and barbeque is perfect for alfresco dining.

** 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: G
Tenure: Freehold


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