An outstanding period country house, recently renovated and extended, privately situated in grounds extending to about five acres
Lowfield Farm is an outstanding example of a period Yorkshire stone built house, renovated to exacting standards by the current owners. The property sits in about five acres of land on the edge of the picturesque village of Threshfield in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. With the additional benefit of a contemporary annex, currently used as a holiday let.
Approached by a long sweeping drive, set in a peaceful location surrounded by grass paddocks, the property has an attractive façade which certainly draws the eye. The house boasts plenty of character, with exposed oak beams throughout and traditional hardwood windows offering stunning views across the gardens and open countryside.
Entered via a generous and very welcoming entrance hall, complete with Jerusalem Lime stone floor and underfloor heating, enhanced by oak beams and a beautiful feature fireplace with multi fuel stove. Double doors open to an impressive drawing room with triple aspect sash windows and a solid oak floor, your eyes are immediately drawn to the stone fireplace with multi fuel stove, a fabulous room for entertaining. A further door leads onto the study with a door opening to the garden patio. An additional sitting room also with a multifuel stove provides the perfect place for cosy nights in. There is an inviting library with fitted units and doors opening onto the patio, which would also make an ideal play room or further study.
The heart of the home is the kitchen-breakfast room, a generous open plan space with underfloor heating, a glass lantern roof and bifold doors on two sides opening onto the patio. The beautiful kitchen has bespoke fitted units by Manor Barn and is well equipped with a four door electric Aga, integrated appliances and a generous island unit. The side entrance has access to the downstairs WC, a boot room and a useful cloak cupboard.
To the first floor there is a sizeable principal bedroom with triple aspect windows overlooking the grounds, a dressing area with fitted wardrobes and a luxurious en suite bathroom. There are five further bedrooms, four with en suite bathrooms and all of generous proportions. The fifth bedroom is served by the house bathroom with a four piece suite.
Externally the property is equally as appealing, with a well designed courtyard to the rear which features a covered Al-fresco entertaining area with pizza oven, a striking water feature and plenty of space for sitting and enjoying the afternoon sun. There are manicured lawns to the front, a fenced vegetable garden with poly tunnel and a paddock to the side of the property.
A large double garage and a storage room stands to the opposite side of the house, fronted by a large gravelled parking and turning area. A flight of steps to the rear of the garage lead up to the guest/ holiday apartment which provides beautifully appointed and a perfectly proportioned studio apartment with a picture window framing the open rural views beyond.
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This property has it all, beautiful interiors, practical modern layout, fabulous setting, just the right amount of land and some of the finest countryside in the region on the door step.Ed StoyleProperty agent