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Conistone, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23

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Guide price £950,000

A fabulous Grade II listed stone built farmhouse converted into superb family accommodation offering five bedrooms, four shower rooms/bathrooms and ample living accommodation for a sizeable family. Located in the beautiful village of Conistone giving open views over the Dales countryside and having good sized parking, garage and garden. The property is finished to the highest of standards and was recently used as a holiday let, with all bookings completed.

Entrance into the kitchen diner with a couple of windows to the rear and a selection of Oak wall drawer and base units, worktop surfaces over, corner one and a half sink, double oven, fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher, space and plumbing for a washing machine. A central Island unit with breakfast stools, feature fireplace and laminate flooring. A Boiler room houses the boiler, pressure tank and provides a storage area.

An open space leads into a dining hall with two skylight windows and two windows to the sides, this then leads into a fabulous formal living space with under floor heating, triple aspect windows, open with stunning beams, a corner stove, wood effect laminate flooring and a door leads outside to a patio area. Onto a bedroom with two skylight windows and an en-suite with three piece suite which includes a corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin with vanity unit below, close coupled w.c., tiled floor, chrome heated towel rail and a window to the side.

To the opposite side of the kitchen is a hall with a window to the front, window seat , feature beams and a wood staircase leading to the first floor. From here, through to the sitting room with fabulous stone fireplace with inset wood burning stove, beams and windows to the front and rear. A small hallway leads to rear porch area/boot room with beams and a window and door leading out to small gravelled patio area. There is a w.c., with wash hand basin and close coupled w.c., and a separate shower room with shower and chrome heated towel rail. Next, a further bedroom with fireplace with open fire, feature beams, two windows to the side and a further window to the other side.

To the first floor, the landing runs to the front of the house with two windows. The master bedroom has an open exposed ceiling with beams and windows to the front and rear. The en-suite offers a corner shower cubicle, vanity wash hand basin, close coupled w.c, fully tiled walls and floor with a window to the rear. There are two further bedrooms, one with two windows to the rear and the other with two windows to the side. The family bathroom includes a bath, oversized shower cubicle, close coupled w.c., wash hand basin, storage cupboard and windows to two sides.

Externally, to the front there is a gravelled parking area and a paved patio area sat in a U-shaped courtyard. From here is a five bar gate and personal gate leading into a further gravelled parking area and access to the garage. The garage is tandem but split into two parts with a garage space to the front with light and an up and over door. The rear of the garage is used for storage, which also has power and light and a door to the side. There is a further gravelled area, raised flower beds to the side and a stone seating area along with firepit, a lawned area and a further enclosed patio area. From the back of here the Oil tank and log store are located.

Local Authority & Council Tax Band
• North Yorkshire County Council,
• Council Tax Band E

Tenure, Services & Parking
• Freehold
• Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired heating is installed, with part electric heating
• A tandem garage and parking is on site
• The property is located in The Yorkshire Dales National Park

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This traditional Dales farm house is located in the heart of this picturesque hamlet, alongside the village green which gives traditional and ancient rights to all Conistone villagers to stroll down to the river if they should wish. Conistone-with-Kilnsey is regarded as one of the Dales' most sought-after hamlets - just over the River Wharfe from the famous Kilnsey Crag, it has its own public house and is approximately four miles away from Grassington which offers both primary and secondary education as well as a good range of shops and amenities. The market town of Skipton is approximately 11 miles to the south, providing good road networks and a railway station with services through to Bradford, Leeds and a daily train to London Kings Cross.

All-in-all, Renshaw Farm House is a lovely and comfortable home which is light and spacious, and is presented to a high standard. Grade II listed, it boasts a wealth of character features including stone windowsills, exposed beams, stone mullions and three stone fireplaces.

From Skipton proceed on the B6265 in the direction of Grassington. At Threshfield, carry straight on the B6160 for 2.5 miles and just before The Tennants Arms, turn right, signposted to Conistone-with-Kilnsey. At the village green, bear to the right and then right again into a gravelled drive which lead to Renshaw Farm where a 'For Sale' sign is erected.
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