Beautifully presented stone built farmhouse situated in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Hawthorn House sits in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the edge of the picturesque village of Darley. A house with a rich history, once home to James Power Carne, the British Army Officer behind the inspiration for the film The Manchurian Candidate. This charming house has undergone a significant programme of renovation and improvement and retains a wealth of period features whilst benefitting from a more contemporary finish.
Approached by a sweeping driveway, this attractive property sits behind a lawned garden with views across the stunning surrounding countryside. The living accommodation offers plenty of flexibility and would work for a number of buyers including families, downsizers or those looking for an idyllic second home.
Extending to 1,900 square feet, the thoughtfully designed layout is arranged over two floors. The ground floor accommodation has an open plan feel, with a sizeable kitchen-dining room, flowing seamlessly to the sitting room. The recently fitted kitchen is beautifully presented, with quartz worktops, shaker style units, a large island unit with breakfast bar and quality built-in appliances. Just off from the kitchen is a useful separate utility room. The sitting room is completed with a large log burning stove and there is engineered oak flooring throughout the ground floor.
There is a separate family room with direct access to the downstairs shower room which would lend itself to a downstairs bedroom (4) if required. A further door leads to the study which has a door providing direct access to the garden.
There are three double bedrooms on the first floor, two with en suite bathrooms, all with wonderful views.
The pretty garden is enclosed by a drystone wall, with attractive planted borders, shrubs and a paved patio area providing the perfect venue to sit and enjoy the garden and scenery.
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This is an idyllic Yorkshire Dales house, it must be viewed in person to fully appreciate the position and the quality of finish.Ed StoyleProperty agent