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530.10 sq m
Guide price £835,000(24.668.411.866 ₫)

MasongillIngleton, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA6 3NN

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in June 2019
  • Stunning countryside views
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen Breakfast Room
  • Three Bathrooms
  • About 3.74 Acres of Land
  • Gardens

Handsome Grade II listed Georgian property thought to date from 1780, including around 4 acres of land

About this property

  • The house is a handsome Grade II listed Georgian property thought to date from 1780 and altered in the 19th Century. It is a house of enormous character which retains many of the architectural features of the period, including window shutters, cornicing and fire places. It is currently split into two parts and does require modernisation, however it does offer a purchaser the opportunity to create a wonderful family home.

    A sweeping tree lined driveway leads you to the front of the property, a traditional stone entrance porch with front door opening leads through to the traditional kitchen with original tiled flooring and exposed stone feature fireplace with a Yorkshire rose inlay and housing a solid fuel Rayburn. From the kitchen breakfast room is a useful walk in pantry. Adjacent to this room is a stunning light drawing room with high ceilings and large windows offering views over the surrounding land, a large feature marble fire surround and traditional cornicing. A cosy snug is located next to this room with a marble fire place. A return staircase leads you to the first floor with three double bedrooms, all with splendid views over the grounds and hills in the distance, a dressing room, a traditional family bathroom and a further staircase to the second floor attic room.

    The house is currently divided into two dwellings with potential to be converted back to one home. Currently accessible from both the courtyard along with separate access from the driveway. This entrance opens into a separate hallway which leads to a study room, and cosy sitting room with feature stone fireplace and access out to the gardens. Further along the hallway a large drawing room with bay window and a kitchen breakfast room adjacent with exposed wood flooring and a range of base and wall units. To the first floor are two double bedrooms, a traditional family bathroom with exposed wooden flooring and a walk in airing cupboard.


    The property has private mature gardens, trees and a woodland. An area of outstanding beauty all year round and abundant in wildlife and garden birds. A pathway leads around the outside of the property, firstly to an expanse of lawn to the front, a perfect spot from which to take in the breath taking panoramic views and further leading to a secluded terrace area ideal for outdoor entertaining and a kitchen garden area. In addition a lawn area opposite the rear porch has a beautiful cherry blossom tree and with steps leading up to woodland. A large area to the rear of the property provides ample parking space and a separate walled courtyard has a workshop and utility room.

    Brochure prepared June 2018.
    Photography taken May 2018.

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This Georgian residence boasts enormous character and provides huge opportunity for any potential purchaser.

Rebecca PostlesProperty agent

Local information

  • Masongill House is set in its own gardens and grounds in the hamlet of Masongill. An idyllic peaceful and private location over looking roaming fields and with stunning panoramic views. Set within the Yorkshire Dales National Park and located about two miles from Ingleton which is well known for its Waterfall Walk, Show Cave and the Three Peaks walks. A small village offering a post office, shops, library, bakery, doctor's surgery, private nursery, traditional pubs and tea rooms and a seasonal open air swimming pool. The property is around five miles from the popular historic market town of Kirkby Lonsdale offering a full range of services, boutique shops, tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and supermarket. Known also for Devil's Bridge and the popular river walks. The area is well served by locally regarded schools including Ingleton Primary School, Settle College, Queen Elizabeth School at Kirkby Lonsdale. In addition private schools in the area include Casterton/ Sedbergh and Giggleswick. Masongill is well placed for commuters with access to the M6 around a 20 minute drive away.
  • Ingleton; 2.9 miles, Kirkby Lonsdale; 5.4 miles, Settle; 13.3 miles, Lancaster; 25.4 miles.
  • Historic note
  • This Grade II listed property dates back to the 18th century. During the 19th century the owner Bryan Charles Waller enjoyed regular visits of some notable writers of the day including the poet Thackary and the writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his mother Mary Doyle who lived at Masongill Cottage.

Additional information

  • Directions: From the centre of Gisburn at the roundabout take the first exit on to Hellifield Road (A682) continue along for around 7 miles and turn left on to Long Preston Bridge (A65), continue to follow the A65 and at the round about take the first exit on to the A65 and continue for around 13 Miles, you will see Escape Bike Shop on your right, turn after here signposted Masongill. Follow the road for roughly 0.6 miles into the hamlet and keep right following the road approaching the red telephone box. Take the second turning on the right along a tarmac road and over a cattle grid to lead to the grounds of Masongill House.
  • EPC Exempt