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Kisdon Lodge, Keld - Guide Price £340,000

Kisdon Lodge, Keld

Guide Price £340,000
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  • Stone Built Detached Cottage
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Recently Updated
  • Stunning Elevated Position
  • Fantastic Views
  • Ideal Second Home or Holiday Let
  • Access Via 4x4
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only

Kisdon Lodge is a one of a kind traditional stone built cottage situated at the upper end of Swaledale high up on Kisdon Hill, located between the picture perfect villages of Keld and Muker, (both which offer pubs and a small shops for both provisions and entertainment). The views from the house are some of the best in the Dales and offers an uninterrupted panoramic vista from Buttertubs pass with Great Shunner Fell to the South west, over to Keld village, Birkdale Ravenseat and West Stonesdale in the North West. The elevation of Kisdon lodge above the dale bottom allows for long evening sun and stunning sunsets right in front of the property, long after the light has faded on the houses below.

The village of Keld is a highly sought after area for walkers with several easy to reach and picturesque waterfalls nearby. The property overlooks the Old Corpse Way a popular Swaledale walk which leads to over the hill from Keld and down into Muker. This can be then continued onto the villages of Gunnerside and Grinton.

To the rear of Kisdon Hill is the point of where 2 long distance walks the Coast to Coast and The Pennine Way cross one another, making this property ideally situated for a potential holiday lets.

Upper Swaledale offers a chance of rural living whilst being within an easy reach of the market towns of Hawes (7 miles away), Kirkby Stephen (10 miles away) Richmond and Leyburn (24 miles away), whilst Cumbria is on the doorstep to the East.

The property has arguably the best views the Dales has to offer, boasting stunning 360 degree uninterrupted views that have to be seen to be appreciated and has been recently renovated throughout to offer a cosy inviting interior which is designed to be sympathetic to its surroundings.

Kisdon Lodge is entered through a traditional porch, with useful shelving in a traditional style, stone flagged flooring, radiator and a new composite door.

This leads into the kitchen/dining area which has stone flagged flooring, a range of fitted wall and base units and an impressive inglenook fireplace with multi fuel stove set within. This space allows ample room for table and chairs and sofa bed if required.
There is a useful walk in pantry with stone flagged flooring and traditional shelving along one wall. There is plumbing for a washing machine.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a cosy sitting room which offers stunning views across the dale. Traditional Oak flooring has recently been fitted and also a new water jacketed stove which heats the water and central heating system when lit, automatically turning off the LPG combi boiler, utilising a thermal store within the adjacent barn. This efficient system can be can be operated remotely over the internet so the heating can be turned on in advance of arriving at the property.

To the first floor there is a family bathroom with views up Kisdon Hill, and two double bedrooms, both offering views over the dale. Off the largest bedroom there is a third single bedroom which could be also used as an office.

The property benefits from a 2 storey attached barn which has the potential for further ancillary conversion to allow further living space (subject to the usual necessary planning permissions). There is a former doorway to the lounge, now blocked up, and could be utilised in the future if required.

There are 2 further attached single storey buildings to the left side of the house, offering useful storage space.

Externally the property benefits from a patio bbq area which allows room for the stunning views to be fully enjoyed.

There is parking for several cars to the side of the property.

Rarely does a property of this type become available on the open market and we advise early viewing to avoid disappointment


Contact Tim Gower for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

Tim Gower

01969 622800

Features & Documents
  • Stone Built Detached Cottage
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Recently Updated
  • Stunning Elevated Position
  • Fantastic Views
  • Ideal Second Home or Holiday Let
  • Access Via 4x4
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only
Description

Kisdon Lodge is a one of a kind traditional stone built cottage situated at the upper end of Swaledale high up on Kisdon Hill, located between the picture perfect villages of Keld and Muker, (both which offer pubs and a small shops for both provisions and entertainment). The views from the house are some of the best in the Dales and offers an uninterrupted panoramic vista from Buttertubs pass with Great Shunner Fell to the South west, over to Keld village, Birkdale Ravenseat and West Stonesdale in the North West. The elevation of Kisdon lodge above the dale bottom allows for long evening sun and stunning sunsets right in front of the property, long after the light has faded on the houses below.

The village of Keld is a highly sought after area for walkers with several easy to reach and picturesque waterfalls nearby. The property overlooks the Old Corpse Way a popular Swaledale walk which leads to over the hill from Keld and down into Muker. This can be then continued onto the villages of Gunnerside and Grinton.

To the rear of Kisdon Hill is the point of where 2 long distance walks the Coast to Coast and The Pennine Way cross one another, making this property ideally situated for a potential holiday lets.

Upper Swaledale offers a chance of rural living whilst being within an easy reach of the market towns of Hawes (7 miles away), Kirkby Stephen (10 miles away) Richmond and Leyburn (24 miles away), whilst Cumbria is on the doorstep to the East.

The property has arguably the best views the Dales has to offer, boasting stunning 360 degree uninterrupted views that have to be seen to be appreciated and has been recently renovated throughout to offer a cosy inviting interior which is designed to be sympathetic to its surroundings.

Kisdon Lodge is entered through a traditional porch, with useful shelving in a traditional style, stone flagged flooring, radiator and a new composite door.

This leads into the kitchen/dining area which has stone flagged flooring, a range of fitted wall and base units and an impressive inglenook fireplace with multi fuel stove set within. This space allows ample room for table and chairs and sofa bed if required.
There is a useful walk in pantry with stone flagged flooring and traditional shelving along one wall. There is plumbing for a washing machine.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a cosy sitting room which offers stunning views across the dale. Traditional Oak flooring has recently been fitted and also a new water jacketed stove which heats the water and central heating system when lit, automatically turning off the LPG combi boiler, utilising a thermal store within the adjacent barn. This efficient system can be can be operated remotely over the internet so the heating can be turned on in advance of arriving at the property.

To the first floor there is a family bathroom with views up Kisdon Hill, and two double bedrooms, both offering views over the dale. Off the largest bedroom there is a third single bedroom which could be also used as an office.

The property benefits from a 2 storey attached barn which has the potential for further ancillary conversion to allow further living space (subject to the usual necessary planning permissions). There is a former doorway to the lounge, now blocked up, and could be utilised in the future if required.

There are 2 further attached single storey buildings to the left side of the house, offering useful storage space.

Externally the property benefits from a patio bbq area which allows room for the stunning views to be fully enjoyed.

There is parking for several cars to the side of the property.

Rarely does a property of this type become available on the open market and we advise early viewing to avoid disappointment


Get in touch

Tim Gower

Contact Tim Gower for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

01969 622800