Low Moor Farm, Garsdale, Sedbergh, Cumbria - Guide Price £450,000

Low Moor Farm, Garsdale, Sedbergh, Cumbria

Guide Price
£450,000
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  • Traditional Stone Built House
  • Extensive Range of Outbuildings, Garaging and Barns
  • Gardens and Off-Street Parking
  • Well Appointed Throughout
  • Potential for Further Extension
  • Adjacent 5 Acres of Land
  • Stunning Views Towards Garsdale Viaduct
  • Superfast Broadband Available
  • Best & Final Offers 12 Noon Monday 22nd August 2022

The property is approached by a private gated drive which leads to both the house and the barns and garaging to the rear. The property is entered into via a useful entrance porch which then leads to the principal living room which is well proportioned and has retained many original features including stone flagged floor, feature fireplace with stone hearth and lintel and a wood burning stove. This reception room then leads on to the dining room which is also linked to the kitchen. This again has a stone flagged floor whilst the kitchen has a stone slate floor with country cream shaker units and integral appliances. There is also a traditional Belfast sink and oak work surfaces. The Esse wood burning oven sits beautifully on a stone hearth in an inglenook fireplace. Also on the ground floor is a rear lobby with cloakroom off.

To the first floor there are three double bedrooms together with galleried landing all served by a good sized bathroom with separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and W.C.

Importantly, the property benefits from oil fired central heating and the boiler has been recently replaced. It has also had a new private drainage system via a package treatment plant.

To the rear of the house, there is a series of stone stores, useful barn together with large garage/workshop with first floor barn. This building does offer scope for conversion subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent.

The property is further complemented by well stocked gardens and grounds, large parking area together with adjacent grass fields which are suitable for rough grazing or potentially for tree planting if required.

The whole property therefore presents the perfect opportunity for those wishing to live in a beautiful part of Cumbria in an accessible location with potential to convert the outbuildings to suit a change in lifestyle.

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
  • Traditional Stone Built House
  • Extensive Range of Outbuildings, Garaging and Barns
  • Gardens and Off-Street Parking
  • Well Appointed Throughout
  • Potential for Further Extension
  • Adjacent 5 Acres of Land
  • Stunning Views Towards Garsdale Viaduct
  • Superfast Broadband Available
  • Best & Final Offers 12 Noon Monday 22nd August 2022
Description

The property is approached by a private gated drive which leads to both the house and the barns and garaging to the rear. The property is entered into via a useful entrance porch which then leads to the principal living room which is well proportioned and has retained many original features including stone flagged floor, feature fireplace with stone hearth and lintel and a wood burning stove. This reception room then leads on to the dining room which is also linked to the kitchen. This again has a stone flagged floor whilst the kitchen has a stone slate floor with country cream shaker units and integral appliances. There is also a traditional Belfast sink and oak work surfaces. The Esse wood burning oven sits beautifully on a stone hearth in an inglenook fireplace. Also on the ground floor is a rear lobby with cloakroom off.

To the first floor there are three double bedrooms together with galleried landing all served by a good sized bathroom with separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and W.C.

Importantly, the property benefits from oil fired central heating and the boiler has been recently replaced. It has also had a new private drainage system via a package treatment plant.

To the rear of the house, there is a series of stone stores, useful barn together with large garage/workshop with first floor barn. This building does offer scope for conversion subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent.

The property is further complemented by well stocked gardens and grounds, large parking area together with adjacent grass fields which are suitable for rough grazing or potentially for tree planting if required.

The whole property therefore presents the perfect opportunity for those wishing to live in a beautiful part of Cumbria in an accessible location with potential to convert the outbuildings to suit a change in lifestyle.

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