York­shire Dales beau­ties and rooms with a view

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY - Sharon Dale

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.


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