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£700,000 For Sale
DESCRIPTION Please view our 3D virtual tour presenting a particularly fine stone-built detached family house offering an interesting internal layout and great flexibility by virtue of a tasteful recent two storey extension currently providing self-contained potential with its own oil-fired heating system. Yealands House is located literally at the end of a short track surrounded by stunning Yorkshire countryside which featured in the first "All Creatures Great and Small" series. The property enjoys all the advantages of total privacy and seclusion combined with relative ease of access into the pretty village of Arkengarthdale with two country pubs. The land consists of a surrounding lawned garden with patio areas and an adjoining paddock bordering the picturesque Arkle Beck that has an old loose box with two stables and a barn that will undoubtedly appeal to those with equestrian and other country/rural pursuits or those who may want to develop "holiday" living space. The original part of the house dating back to 1729, as indicated by the insignia above a side entrance door has a porch entrance opening to a Dining kitchen with integrated fridge. There is a conservatory off the lounge and the inner staircase leads to four bedrooms, house bathroom an en-suite and utility room. The additionally accessed accommodation has a large sitting room and double bedroom with an en-suite above. Although totally secluded, this rural property benefits from modern amenities including a community based internet network.
- Detached Stone House of Considerable Charm
- Optional Five/Six Bedrooms and Three Bathrooms
- Including a Paddock and Outbuilding Potential
- Some Beamed Features and Multi-Fuel Stove