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No.3 Bracken Fold, Station Road, Sedbergh,

4 BED 3 BATH £435,000

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No.3 Bracken Fold, Station Road, Sedbergh,

  • Ref: 1000_RS0611
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Easy, accessible, low maintenance living at the foot of the Howgills awaits, at No. 3, Bracken Fold, a four-bedroom stone-built, barn conversion, rural refuge, in Sedbergh.

Full Details

* 4 bedroom barn conversion
* New development
* Not listed
* Freehold
* Rural location
* Section 106 Local Occupancy or short term holiday let agreement with the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

* Mains power
* Mains water
* Air Source Heat Pump
* Shared sewage treatment plant
* B4RN wifi nearly 1 GB/S

Grounds and Location:
* 2 allocated parking spaces - not owned
* Car charging point
* Patio area to the front of the home

* 10 minute walk from the home
* Community gym, swimming and squash clubs and a picturesque 9 hole golf club all within walking distance
* Walk directly from your doorstep to the Howgills and Holme Fell or nearby Baugh Fell
* Close by restaurants and pubs, such as Black Bull and The Dalesman
* Great schools, such as Sedbergh School and Queen Elizabeth School

Tucked off the main road, Bracken Fold strikes a handsome pose. A handful of exclusive homes, former farm buildings to Bramhaw Farm, believed to date back to the 17th century. No. 3, the former stables, oozes character, comfort and comes with a splash of contemporary luxury and convenience.

Pull up in front of No. 3, Bracken Fold, where there is comfortable parking for two cars on the light, resin-bound aggregate, usefully equipped with an electric car charging point. Ahead, the sunny, south-facing terrace is arrived at via stone steps, enclosed by a glass balustrade.

Immediately impressive, the high-quality finish of No. 3, Bracken Fold is demonstrable on the outside as it is within.

Contemporary lighting illuminates the main entrance, as you step up to the glazed front door.

Light flows into the living room, where the subtle urban feel of Farrow & Ball's 'Strong White' infuses a contemporary twist to this period home. This balance of modern living within rustic walls also shines in the dark blue media wall, with inset log-burning-flame-effect British Fires Holbury Suite and glass-fronted wall-mounted television above. Amtico floors are warmed on the ground floor by underfloor heating, served by an Air Source Heat Pump, also heating the radiators of the bedrooms on the levels above.

Sconce lighting to the walls features, alongside LED down lighting in the alcoves to either side of the fireplace, with cabinets below offering storage. B4RN wifi is connected for high-speed internet at the home.

Opening up ahead, a hallway leads to the open-plan kitchen-diner, where the chic shade of 'Strong White' continues; the ideal match for the blue and white cabinetry that provides plenty of storage. Matt, grey marble splashbacks retain the high quality finish seen throughout this home, with a host of fitted appliances including a Neff hob, oven, microwave and extractor hood alongside a Bosch fridge-freezer and dishwasher and a Hoover washer-dryer. Wooden countertops lend a subtle warmth, ensuring a link to the heritage of this former stables.

Dine indoors, with views out, or open the glazed door to step out onto the south-facing terrace and enjoy breakfast alfresco in the morning sunshine. A low maintenance border of planting on two sides adds colour and a buffet for pollinators.

Make your way to the stairs, sneaking a peek through the pocket door on the left at the cloakroom with wash basin and WC, before winding up the staircase to the first floor landing.

Turning right, relaxation awaits in the master bedroom. A bountiful bedroom, brimming in light, with evening sunshine pouring in through the deep window. Carpeted underfoot, sockets are helpfully situated in all the most useful places.

Across the landing, another double bedroom is brimming with light, courtesy of it's east facing window

Serving both bedrooms is a stylish and contemporary bathroom, tiled in slate grey underfoot and to the walls, warmed by underfloor heating and featuring a walk-in shower with black shower head, alongside alcove shelving for towels and toiletries, vanity unit wash basin with two-drawer storage, LED demisting mirrors with shaver and electric toothbrush charging points, WC and centrally-filling bath. The heated towel radiators run off the Air Source Heat Pump, and can also be used separately during the summer months, when the heating is switched off.

Ascending a second flight of oak stairs, arrive at the second-floor landing, where ahead, a large, walk-in storage cupboard on the landing is home to the boiler and water tank.

On the right, discover the first of two beautiful bedrooms, where the character of this former farm-building truly reveals itself in the ancient, exposed timber beams, lovingly restored by the developer. Light streams down from the Velux window above, whilst refreshment awaits in the ensuite shower room, with shower, wash basin, WC and LED demisting mirror. Underfloor heating warms the tiles below, once more.

Across the landing the original, exposed beams feature once more, an incredible contrast to the clean finish of the home throughout, as classic and contemporary combine. Light spills in through the sky light above and also a deep, square window; another original feature. This bedroom also features its own private ensuite with shower, wash basin, WC and LED demisting mirror.

** 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. **

Tenure: Freehold


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