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Guide price £650,000

A modern four bedroom detached property sat in rural Littondale, offering fabulous internal and external space with garage, gardens and the most amazing views.

Entrance through a porch way which leads into the hallway with a decorative tiled floor, understairs storage cupboard and a staircase leading to the first floor.

The living room has laminate flooring, a feature fireplace with an inset open fire and windows to three sides providing stunning views. The kitchen offers a selection of wall, drawer and base units with marble worktop surfaces over, an integrated dishwasher, an Everhot, integrated bin system, space for a fridge/freezer, an oven and a window to the front and rear. This is all open to the sitting room which has French doors leading out to the rear patio. Off the Kitchen-diner is a pantry cupboard providing useful storage with a window to the rear. The utility room with wall and base units, sunken Belfast sink with worktop surfaces and a upvc door to the front. There is also a two piece suite with a low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, part panelled walls and loft access. Into the garage which has twin opening doors to the front, storage above in the eaves, the oil boiler, power and light and a window to the rear.

To the first floor galleried landing with loft access and airing cupboard. The landing provides access to all principal rooms. First, the master bedroom with dual aspect windows providing stunning views and an en-suite with corner shower cubicle, low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and a window to the front. Bedroom two is to the front with windows to two sides. Bedroom three is to the rear with windows to two sides and the final bedroom is to the rear with a window. The house bathroom offers a four piece suite with bath, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c., and vinyl flooring.

Externally, there is a gravelled driveway which leads to the garage. The formal front garden is mostly laid to lawn with a paved patio area and a shepherds hut. The paving stretches around the side where there is an outdoor shed/changing room with power and light. There is a paved area to the rear that runs along the back of the house, a hot tub, a lawned area and the oil tank which is concealed by fencing. To the opposite side of the property is a seating and gravelled area with open views over farmland and fabulous views down Littondale.

Local Authority & Council Tax Band
• North Yorkshire County Council,
• Council Tax Band E
• The property has a section 106 local occupancy restriction
• Located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park

Tenure, Services & Parking
• Freehold
• Main electricity is installed. Water is from a private water supply, drainage is a cesspit. Domestic heating is via an oil fired boiler.
• A double garage and ample parking is on site. The property is accessed by a legal right over the farmers road.

Internet & Mobile Coverage
Information obtained from the Ofcom website indicates that an internet connection is available from at least one provider. Mobile coverage (outdoors), is not available from any of the UKs four leading providers. For further information please refer to: https://checker.ofcom.org.uk/

Hesleden Lodge is located just outside Litton, a small community carefully preserved with a traditional Inn. It is set amidst some of the most scenic countryside in the Yorkshire Dales National Park which, as can be seen, has magnificent views over Upper Littondale with many varied walks over the fells and other Dales villages close to hand. Approximately two miles down Littondale is the slightly larger community of Arncliffe whilst Grassington offers a wider range of amenities and is within some nine miles. Skipton, with its extensive array of retail and recreational facilities, high quality schooling and the railway station is readily accessible and is approximately seventeen miles distant.

Directions
From Skipton, proceed up Wharfedale, through Threshfield, continue in the direction of Kettlewell. After approximately two miles past The Tenant's Arms at Kilnsey, take the left hand turning signposted for Arncliffe and Litton, proceed through Arncliffe village in the direction of Litton, proceed through the village, past the Queen's Arms public house and after approximately 3/4 mile the sign for Nether Hesleden Farm will be seen by a imposing gateway. Take this left hand turning and proceed straight on over the bridge. Follow the road up the hill veering right, at the top the property is located on the right. What3words sparrows.brands.royally

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