- Period Cottage in Desirable Dales Village of Dent
- Kitchen Diner with Exposed Stone Walls an Large Fire Place
- Lounge with Wood Burner
- 3 Bedrooms with Exposed Beams
- Accommodation on Three Floors
- No Chain
A lovely cottage in a desirable Dales village. This spacious three storey terrace has period features throughout, including original oak beams, exposed stone walls and a large stone fireplace with raised wood burning stove. This is a charming property positioned centrally in the heart of the cobbled Dentdale village, in the much sought after Yorkshire Dales National Park. This Grade II listed cottage was formally the 'White Hart Inn', dating back to the early 18th century. Since then the Inn has been divided into 3 private houses positioned directly behind the historic and much photographed granite stone fountain. This is a very traditional styled cottage, the accommodation comprises; ground floor kitchen diner with feature fire place, wooden units and an attractive Belfast sink with a red brick base. Double doors lead to the rear of the property with a small peaceful seating area with views of the church and fells beyond. To the first floor there is a lounge with wood burner and wooden double glazed windows to Dent main street. The bathroom has a three piece suite with W.C, basin and shower cubicle. A wooden staircase leads to the second floor to the three bedrooms. Two bedrooms to the front of the property overlook the Village and one to the rear affords lovely views of the fells. This property has been upgraded with new wooden double glazed sash windows to the front. This is a charming Dales cottage, spacious and full of character.