- Superb Grade II Listed Early 18th Century House with Attached Barn
- Five Double Bedrooms
- Snug & Sitting Dining Room with Double Fronted Wood Burning Stove
- Kitchen Dinner with Oil Fired AGA & Stable Door to Back Garden
- Two Family Bathrooms
- Gated Drive through Woodland
- Extensive Grounds with Approximately 17500 SQM of Outside Space
- Spectacular Views of the Howgill Fells & the River Rawthey
- Stone Built Garage & Wood Store
- Parking on Drive
High Beckside is a beautiful detached Grade II listed former farmhouse with attached converted barn, nestled against the Howgills Fells, and sat within its own grounds and woodland.
It is just 5 miles East of the charming market and book town of Sedbergh, which boasts various coffee shops & restaurants, pubs, medical facilities and thriving schools, including the world renowned Sedbergh School. It is also a perfect location for various walks and exploring the local countryside.
The front of the property gives clues to its history, age and status as a Grade II listed property with its fine details; mullion window and dressed stone details.
On entering High Beckside via the substantial aged oak front door you are greeted by a character filled entrance hall with flagged floors, exposed beams and exquisite staircase.
From the entrance hall the house opens out into a large open plan area which includes a dining area, sitting room and on a lower level a snug which share a double fronted wood burning stove. On the ground floor of the house there is also a kitchen dining room with stable door to the back garden, and in the barn an office, a utility room, a WC and door to the side patio area all of which is accessed via the snug.
On the first floor the accommodation is split into two separate parts; house and barn. The house offers two spacious double rooms and a bathroom, while the barn has three double bedrooms and a bathroom. The layout provides additional flexibility and potential income options.
The grounds are extensive with a tarmac drive winding through the woodland at the front of the property, before opening out to reveal High Beckside. At the back of the property, is a low maintenance garden with various patios and planting along with access to the river and a summer house. There is ample parking at the front, established beds and a stone built garage and wood shed. There is also an attached boiler room.
There is a field measuring approx 1.5 acres on the opposite side of the road, which would potentially be suitable for a pony.
This is a rare opportunity to own an exquisite family home and grounds within the Yorkshire Dales National Park.