Fabulous farmhouses packed with period features
This beautiful farmhouse is in a stunning and private rural location with easy access to Pateley Bridge.
It is full of period features, which the owners have preserved while renovating the property. They include exposed beams and stonework, original doors, sash windows and fireplaces. The house has also been extended to include a garage and additional accommodation, providing a separately accessed yet connected bedroom and bathroom.
On the ground floor, there are two reception rooms, a traditional kitchen, utility room and pantry plus a shower room. To the first floor there are three good-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms and a multi-purpose room, which is ideal as a fourth bedroom. There is further potential thanks to a single storey attached store and integral workshop which could provide additional living space, subject to the necessary consents. Throstle Nest also comes with two detached barns with potential for development and almost 30 acres.
A spokesman for Dacre, Son and Hartley, says: “There is just under 30 acres of land surrounding Throstle Nest, an increasingly rare commodity
This grade II listed property includes a spacious detached house along with equestrian facilities set in 6.7 acres of grazing land.
The farmhouse has many period features, including exposed beams, open fireplaces, stone and wooden flooring and stone mullioned windows. It has a reception hall, sitting room, farmhouse kitchen with Aga, dining room and snug.
On the first floor, there is a master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms and a house bathroom. Outside there is a large yard adjoining the house, which features stables, a tack room and a double garage.
A spokesman for Dacre, Son and Hartley, says: “The land which adjoins the property is highly desirable and will appeal to those with equestrian interests.”
Throstle Nest cottage comes with almost 30 acres while Swallow Cottage, right, has stables, a tack room and double garage.