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Scaw Ghyll, Grassington, BD23 5BL

4 BED 3 BATH £750,000

Scaw Ghyll, Grassington, BD23 5BL

£750,000
  • Ref: 1000_RS0685
  • Type: Detached House
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

In the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, discover Scaw Ghyll, a spacious family home that once comprised three separate dwellings, but is now a lovingly restored and unified home, nestled in the welcoming community of Grassington.

Full Details

Home:
* Used to be three cottages
* Dates back to 1800's
* Not listed
* Freehold
* 4 bedrooms
* Large garden with different seating areas

Services:
* Mains gas
* Mains electricity
* Mains water
* Shared Septic tank with neighbouring home
* Boundless Network Wifi

Grounds and Location:
* Ample private parking
* South facing, large grassed garden
* Two seating areas
* Pond
* Shed and Greenhouse

Dating back to the 1800s, Scaw Ghyll was previously three cottages for textile workers, running from a water wheel connected to the ghyll, which now runs underground. In addition, a buttery formed the rear barn area of the property, serving the local dairy farm. The three cottages and barn have been transformed into a wonderful family home, with original features serving as reminders of its rich history.

Just a five-minute walk away from the picturesque village of Grassington, the setting for the popular television show, All Creatures Great and Small, the renovated and restored home is a hidden haven.

The front of Scaw Ghyll is a picture postcard, with a welcoming blue studded door and red roses climbing around the entrance. Pass the front of the home and take a right into the private driveway, where there is ample parking for up to seven cars.

Make your way past the well-stocked garden, where a sunken trampoline is ready for the boundless energy of playful adventurers, and up the steps leading to the stable door. Take a moment to enjoy the view of the far-reaching Threshfield moor from the large patio area, before making your way inside to a spacious utility and boot room.

Rest on the bench to the left as you ease off boots and wipe down any muddy paws. Hang up jackets and coats on the hooks aligning the walls, that ensure everything is organised and tidy. Home to the washing machine and tumble dryer, with a sink and Sheila-Maid airer ready to dry clothes, it's an ideal place to perform household tasks. Other integrated appliances include a dishwasher, full height fridge, and freezer.

Peep into the door on the right to discover a pantry with plenty of shelving and storage, before turning left into the open-plan kitchen-diner and living space.

Step onto the wooden floor that extends throughout, reclaimed from a mill and dating from the 1800s, providing a luxurious foundation to the space. Turn right and flow into the kitchen where hops decorate the alcove for the stove. Currently housing an Everhot, which is available by separate negotiation, this timeless recess, outlined in stone, is a wonderful feature adding charm and character to the shaker style kitchen.

Well-crafted cabinetry, along with a Belfast style sink, enhances the appeal, and the central island provides ample countertop space. Fitted with integrated drawers and cupboards and with extra seating, the central island is a natural congregation point. Allowing guests to chat with the cook while meals and treats are being prepared.

Flow through to the living area and relax in one of the deep armchairs as you look out of the floor to ceiling picture window and admire the views.

Unified by the calming tones of Farrow and Ball, ' School House White,' with sunken spotlights throughout, turn left to the dining area that is seamlessly connected. Large sliding doors open out onto a patio area, inviting the outside in, and filling the space with fresh air and light. Two skylights above the dining table add to the light and airy feel, and the accessible flow makes it the consummate space in which to relax, entertain or savour peaceful moments.

Retrace your steps back into the utility and boot room, noting the storage cupboard on your left with fitted shelving, before ascending the stairs.

Take the door to the left, and discover a spacious study area, bathed in the gentle natural light from the window. A hanging pendant light offers more illumination, and with fitted shelving nestled in the recess of the room, it's a versatile and flexible space, inviting endless possibilities.

Turn left and head into the snug. Half panelled walls, decorated in Farrow and Ball 'Down Pipe,' add to the traditional feel of the room, as well as housing some cleverly hidden storage cupboards. The charm is further enhanced by exposed beams painted in Farrow and Ball, 'Hardwick White,' along with the brickwork that frames the door and recessed alcove.

Make your way over to the wood-burning stove, that promises endless evenings of comfort and relaxation. Unwind with a good book or enjoy intimate conversations in the ambient glow of the fire.

Return to the hallway and take a right toward the cellar door. Lift the hatch to reveal steps down to four rooms that offer limitless potential. Home to the boiler and water supply, with lighting and shelving, the cellar offers extra space and storage, or the opportunity to reinvent the area. Create a cinema or games room, extra living space or home gym. The choices are endless.
With access to the exterior of the home, it's the perfect place to store sporting equipment and gardening supplies.

Go back to the hallway and pass another access point to the open-plan kitchen-diner on your left, before discovering another boot room and storage area for jackets and coats. Freshen up in the cloakroom, featuring washbasin and WC, before turning right and taking the stairs to the upper floor.

Peek into the fitted linen cupboard at the top of the stairs before continuing into a large double bedroom. In the calming tones of Farrow and Ball 'Mizzle' the theme of rest and relaxation found here continues throughout all the bedrooms of Scaw Ghyll.

A sink with fitted storage is on your left and an integrated cupboard is ready for all personal items and belongings. Return to the landing, take a left through the archway, and right into the principal suite. A window frames the rural views, and the light décor, along with the illumination from the window, provides a bright and spacious ambiance.

Opposite the entrance to the bedroom, discover the dressing room, with generous space to keep all belongings organised, before heading into the stylish ensuite. With the encaustic pattern of the Northmore Mortar vinyl floor tile underfoot, and half panelled walls in Farrow and Ball, 'Hardwick White,' the space is a luxurious retreat.

Comprising a large walk-in shower, WC, washbasin with fitted storage, freestanding bath, and decorative lighting, the room exudes a spa-like ambiance. Fill the bath to the brim with bubbles and enjoy long soaks as you drink in the views from the window, displaying the countryside as you relax.

Return to the landing, turn left, and ascend the stairs to a large upper hallway. Continue into a family bathroom featuring WC, freestanding bath, washbasin with storage and large shower. With the stylish tile pattern flooring and half panelled walls, the spa-like feel from the ensuite is echoed here. Two more large double bedrooms await next door, both spacious and bright, inviting you to rest in the haven that is Scaw Ghyll.

From the moment you enter the private driveway, the tranquil and scenic surroundings of Scaw Ghyll welcome you. Lined with well-stocked boarders featuring mature plants and trees, showcasing a variety of flowers such as snowdrops, bluebells, and tulips, the gardens are a source of interest throughout the year.

Pass the pond and trampoline and make your way up the steps where a Victorian style streetlamp lights the way. A large patio area awaits in front of the home, and the table and chairs on the decking to the left, make for a perfect place to relax whilst enjoying the wonderful views.

Invite family to dine alfresco in the summer months and enjoy the sunshine in this south-facing haven.

Continue up the stairs, note the vegetable patch and greenhouse, ready to grow and nurture all manner of delights, before discovering the top decking.

Ideally placed to enjoy the amazing views, the pergola with its open latticed roof and two decked walls is a peaceful hideaway. Sit with a warm drink as you soak up the scenic vistas, or light up the firepit and entertain friends as the sun sets.

Retrace your steps and follow the path around the house to discover a shed offering plenty of storage. Continue through the gate to the front of the home, where a paved area adorned with potted plants and climbing roses welcomes you.

** 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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