Fell Lane, Cracoe, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6LE | Property for sale | Savills
220.27 sq m
Guide price £950,000(59,289,924 EGP)

Fell LaneCracoe, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6LE


    Key features

    • A superb period barn conversion
    • 4/5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
    • Beautiful mature landscaped gardens with pond
    • Fantastic views across the Yorkshire Dales
    • Excellent local amenities
    • Large driveway and garage
    • An additional parcel of land available by separate neg
    • No Onward Chain

    An immaculately presented barn conversion with beautiful grounds, situated in the Yorkshire Dales National Park

    About this property

    • White House Barn sits in a quiet position in the beautiful village of Cracoe, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This immaculate barn conversion stands in an impressive plot with panoramic views across the beautiful garden and surrounding countryside.

      First developed in 1999, the current owners have sympathetically extended and improved the property to create a well presented five bedroom home. The property has a contemporary feel whilst still maintaining plenty of character with wooden beams, Indian stone flagged flooring, oak floorboards and a striking stone fireplace.

      Extending to over 2,300 square feet, the accommodation flows particularly well with large spacious rooms arranged over three floors. The ground floor has been extended into the original garage to create an impressive 23 foot sitting room which flows into the dining room, with bi-folding doors opening to the garden, and a shared double sided wood burning stove. Both rooms have the benefit of dual aspects windows, creating bright rooms with attractive aspects.

      The kitchen is fitted with wooden units, granite worktops and built in appliances, a large electric range oven and space for a kitchen table. Continuing through the ground floor there is a separate utility room, WC and bedroom five, ideally for guests or as a study/ playroom.

      The first floor is home to the well appointed house bathroom, a study fitted with built in solid wood furniture and two double bedrooms. The impressive principal bedroom suite benefits from a dressing room and en suite bathroom. Both rooms have fitted wardrobes. Bedrooms three and four can be found on the second floor, both spacious rooms with Velux windows, ideally suited for guests or teenage children.

      The property is equally as impressive externally, with beautifully designed, tranquil gardens including a large stone paved patio area leading to a large lawned area with well planted borders, mature trees and shrubs.

      There is a detached garage to the side with a store behind and parking space in front.

      - An additional parcel of meadow dotted with fruit trees adjoining the current garden is available by separate negotiation. This has been thoughtfully designed and maintained by the current vendors as a natural wildlife garden, dissected by a series of ponds fed by a natural spring -

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    White House Barn is one of those houses that catches you by surprise, it is deceptively spacious and so much thought has gone into the design of both the house and gardens.

    Ed StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • The charming village of Cracoe has a thriving community, famously known as the home of the real life calendar girls, the village has a renowned public house, an active cricket club, a primary school and an excellent farmshop.
    • Between Cracoe and Burnsall lies the Cracoe Reef Knolls, a collection of low lying limestone hills which contain the remnants of a pre-historic ocean which once covered the land.
    • Threshfield village is just under three miles away, situated just over the River Wharfe from Grassington. Threshfield has its own shop/cafe, public house, primary and secondary schools and renowned rugby union club.
    • Grassington about three and half miles away and offers a wide range of shops and facilities, as well as an array of events throughout the year including the annual Grassington Arts Festival and the Dickensian Festival Weekends which take place each November/December.
    • The historic market town of Skipton is about six miles to the south with its excellent choice of shops and amenities, and a railway station offering services through to Bradford, Leeds and a daily direct return service to London Kings Cross.
    • Skipton has two excellent selective state schools; Ermysted's Grammar School and Skipton Girls High School.
    • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G