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Fell Lane, Cracoe, Skipton, BD23

Guide price £950,000

NO ONWARD CHAIN - A beautiful stone built detached property sat in the quiet and tranquil village of Cracoe. Located away from the road and offering 5/6 bedrooms, a fabulous kitchen diner and an incredible garden to the rear with garage and parking. With the opportunity for further landscaped garden by separate negotiation.

Entrance is through a wooden door into the hallway with access to all principal rooms, a white two piece w.c., and the staircase to the first floor. The property also has the benefit of underfloor heating through-out the ground floor.

The Living room with stripped wood floors has doors and windows to the rear, a window to the front and a wood burning stove with the opposite side facing the dining room. The dining room has feature beams and French doors leading out to the garden. The kitchen diner offers a selection of country style wall, drawer and base units with worktop surfaces over, a Belfast sink, a Rangemaster cooker, space for an American style fridge/freezer, an integrated dishwasher, stone tiled flooring and a barn style window looking out to the courtyard. Onto the utility room with wall, drawer and base units with granite worktop surfaces over, a Belfast sink, stone tiled flooring and a stable door leading to rear garden. Off the utility is a ground floor bedroom with an open ceiling, feature beams and windows overlooking the gardens.

To the first floor landing with a feature exposed stone wall to the stairway. First, the master bedroom with windows to two sides, fitted wardrobes, a dressing area also with wardrobes and a skylight window. Through to the en-suite with a modern shower cubicle having a glass screen, rain hood and attachment, a concealed cistern w.c., and a wash hand basin with vanity unit below. The family bathroom with a window provides a modern style roll top bath with shower attachment, concealed cistern w.c., wash hand basin with vanity unit below, a walk-in shower with rain hood and a glass screen. Next, a further bedroom which is currently being used as a study with fitted furniture and windows looking out to the rear garden. The final bedroom to the first floor has fitted wardrobes and windows to the front and rear.

To the second floor, also having exposed stone walls to the staircase and a skylight window to the landing. There are two rooms to this floor with the first currently being used as a second sitting room with two skylight windows, wooden floor and eaves storage. The second room has two skylight windows, a window to the side and under eaves storage.

Externally, to the rear is a paved patio area and pond with a raised lawn having borders surrounding. There is decorative topiary, a gravelled area to one side and an inset BBQ.
The stone built garage houses the oil boiler and has side opening front doors, windows to the front and rear, power, light and the benefit of storage in the loft space above. A store and outhouse houses the oil tank and Borehole. To the front of the property there is parking for a couple of vehicles. Beyond the garden is an amazing landscaped woodland garden with cut paths being a tranquil meadow with pond and a meandering stream running through (available by separate negotiation). To the side is a paved driveway access with an electric five bar gate.

Local Authority & Council Tax Band
• North Yorkshire County Council,
• Council Tax Band G
Tenure, Services & Parking
• Freehold
• Mains electricity, water and drainage are installed. Domestic heating is from an oil fired boiler
• The property is located in The Yorkshire Dales National Park
• Garage and parking spaces are on site
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Cracoe is one of the Yorkshire Dales most convenient village communities, to be found just six miles or so to the north of the thriving town of Skipton and only three miles or so from bustling Grassington. The village has its own public house, farm shop and primary school. There is well regarded schooling within the area, including Skipton Girls High and Ermysteds Grammar School, whilst private schooling for children of all ages is within comfortable daily travelling distance. For the commuter the road network from Skipton provides excellent links with business centres as far apart as Harrogate, the East Lancashire conurbation, Leeds and Bradford, whilst the town's railway station offers frequent services throughout the day into Leeds and Bradford - from the former there are also regular onward connections to London Kings Cross. An international Leeds/Bradford airport is just some twenty five miles distant.

Directions
From Skipton continue along the B6265 towards Grassington. Upon entering Cracoe follow the road through the village taking the last right in to Fell Lane. The property is then located on the right hand side identified by our Dacre, Son & Hartley 'For Sale' board. What 3 words - universes.file.fussed

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