Yorkshire Dales beauties and rooms with a view
buildings and open views towards Ingleborough and over the valley to the Forest of Bowland.
It is believed to date in part to the 17th century and has a host of character features, including oak beams, open fireplaces and mullion windows.
Sympathetically restored with modern day features, Overgreen is set in gardens and grounds extending to approximately 1¼ acres. Its lawned gardens are bounded by a stream.
The house has a sitting room with open fireplace, snug with multi fuel stove, feature salt cupboard and linen fold doors. While the kitchen has open access to a laundry room. There is also a cloakroom and garden room. Upstairs, there is a master bedroom, three further double bedrooms and a house bathroom. Outside, there is a workshop/studio, a detached Bothy used as an office and an attached barn with workshop.
Moorside in Sedbergh is an Arts and Crafts-style house with views over the fells. RIGHT: Overgreen, Ingleton, has views towards Ingleborough.