Crosby Garrett, Kirkby Stephen Under Offer
On the edge of a tranquil and beautiful Eden Valley hamlet within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, here is a rare combination; a three bedroomed period home set within lovely generous gardens together with two further cottage-style properties, with respectively one and two bedrooms, within the attached barn conversion.
A paddock of just under an acre is also included, which is opposite the property. The exceptional location is a wonderful base for outdoor activities and adventure - walking, cycling and equestrian.
The cottage accommodation provides opportunities for a variety of uses, whether as part of or as an extension to the main dwelling, an annexe for family or as holiday letting properties with significant income potential.
The principal dwelling Mains Farm is a beautifully presented three bedroomed former farmhouse with large, well stocked lawned gardens including a vegetable plot, greenhouse, summerhouse, well, and outdoor entertaining areas.
The kitchen features an oil fired Rayburn, Belfast sink and Shaker style fitted kitchen furniture. There is also a good sized pantry which houses the washing machine. The lounge benefits from a multi-fuel stove set in a stone fireplace, plenty of book shelving and access through to a conservatory, with doors out to the beautiful gardens.
On the first floor, the landing leads off to three good sized double bedrooms. The family bathroom has both a bath and free standing shower.
Mains Side has two bedrooms. Downstairs there is a recently fitted stylish kitchen and the lounge, which features a fireplace with LPG gas fire, picture window and door out to the garden. Upstairs - with exposed timber beams throughout - there are two double bedrooms with wooden floors, and contemporary shower room.
The Hayloft, recently a successful holiday let, has a country kitchen/diner and stable doors out to the garden, along with multi-fuel stove and tiled floor. The lounge features a wooden floor and Juliette balcony, perfect for enjoying warm evenings. The upstairs double bedroom has wooden floors and exposed beams along with a Velux window. The bathroom has a quadrant shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC and towel rail.
Mains drainage. Oil fired central heating, electric and storage heaters and wall panel radiators (Economy 7).
Mains Farm is Council Tax Band D
Mains Side is Council Tax Band C
On leaving Penrith take the A66 for Appleby. Follow the signs into the town and turn right over the bridge. Continue through Appleby towards Orton. As you enter Burrells, take the left had turn for Soulby/Kirkby Stephen & Great Asby. Follow this road into Soulby and in Soulby turn right before the bridge to Crosby Garrett, follow this road and then take a left hand turn for Crosby Garrett. Follow this road into the village, pass the church on your right hand side, go down hill and through the stream and then turn right. Continue along this road, going up the hill and turn left at then next tarmacked drive, then left again and Mains Farm is at the top.
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