An increasingly rare opportunity to purchase a deceptively spacious period property dating back to the early 1700's with many special features to talk about. Superbly located just off the village green and adjacent to the former Quaker meeting house, this delightful property offers plenty of scope for improvement to create what will no doubt be a delightful family home. As mentioned it is of excellent size, with a large living room featuring an Inglenook fireplace, separate dining room, a breakfast-kitchen, timber panelled reception hall, and having a further snug with exposed stone mullioned windows. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and a refurbished bathroom. Now requiring some updating and modernisation, more than likely to include rewiring but offering a great opportunity to put your own stamp on this amazing property.
Located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the picturesque village of Airton is situated midway between the historic market towns of Skipton and Settle, and just over two miles from Malham with its famous limestone Cove and 2 excellent country pubs. There is a Farm Shop and Tea Room located in the village, offering a range of groceries including local produce. Just 4 miles to the West is Gargrave with shops, pubs and a Primary School as well as a train station with connections to Leeds, Manchester and London.
Approached from the stone flagged fore garden through a timber and glazed door into an impressive timber panelled reception hall with heating radiator with stairs rising to the first floor.
SHOWER ROOM 1
There is a small shower room located off the reception hall though a pair of timber panelled doors.
With great amounts of natural light from three windows, some with exposed stone mullions and window seats, and with a French door opening onto the fore garden. Having a feature stone fireplace with open dog grate, sat on a tiled hearth. Wall lights and central heating radiator.
Of excellent proportions and featuring a superb Inglenook fireplace with the date stone of 1702, incorporating a multi-fuel stove. Ample space for a couple of sofas and arm chairs along with living room furniture and featuring two recessed bespoke cupboards including a built-in bar area. Having double panel heating radiator and good natural light from a large mullioned window looking onto the Quaker House.
Set to the rear of the property, again of good proportions with ample space for a ten person dining suite and having good natural light from two double glazed windows with double panel heating radiators below looking out onto the delightful cottage-style gardens. Having feature stone fireplace with dog grate, exposed roof timbers and a recessed glass fronted display cabinet.
With a range of medium oak fronted base and wall units including some glass display cupboards with pelmet and cornice, having laminate worktops over the base units. With semi-integrated fridge, Belling oven and grill and a stainless steel sink sat below a double glazed window looking onto the rear gardens. Also with space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, heating radiator, timber panelled ceiling and timber and glazed door opening into the rear entrance porch.
REAR ENTRANCE HALL
A useful rear entrance porch with two large windows giving good natural light into the kitchen as well as attractive views onto the gardens. A timber and glazed door leads out onto the stone flagged sun terrace and garden.
With a straight flight of stairs rising from the reception hall onto a spacious landing, with spindle return balustrade and good amounts of natural light from Georgian style windows to both front and rear elevations having stunning views towards Malham. With double panel heating radiator, exposed roof timbers and a large walk-in airing cupboard housing the property's copper cylinder and also with hatch giving access to the roof space.
A double bedroom with delightful views over the village from the Georgian-style window at the front with heating radiator below. Ample space for a king size bed and currently with feature bespoke timber bed head having built-in bed side tables. Exposed roof timbers, feature curved wall and a built-in cupboard providing storage space.
Set to the front of the property, again with a built-in timber bespoke head board and a range of built-in wardrobes and cupboards with a dressing area. Good natural light from two Georgian style windows to the front of the property and having a double panel heating radiator.
SHOWER ROOM 2
Having been more recently refurbished in a modern Mediterranean style. Featuring a large shower enclosure with thermostatic shower and glass panelling, a full pedestal wash basin and a dual flush WC. Having good natural light, a wood 'panel-effect' tiled floor and travertine tiling to the walls.
Set to the side of the property and with a superb exposed stone window, dating back to the 1700's, offering delightful views over the converted mill onto the woods. Having heating radiator, timber panelled feature bed wall and exposed roof timbers.
The fourth and final bedroom, an excellent size single bedroom with timber panelling incorporating a raised bed area and cupboards. With delightful views across open fields towards Malham, having heating radiator and loft hatch giving access to the roof space.
To the front of the property there is an attractive approach through the stone flagged fore garden to the front door with a short flight of stone steps leading to the French doors into the snug. At the rear of the property approached from the porch or the private footpath off the parking area, there are well maintained cottage gardens laid mainly to lawn with well stocked borders leading to a substantial greenhouse and eventually down to a feature pond looking onto open fields. A private footpath leads from the rear garden up to the parking area which provides parking for two vehicles, included in the sale.
Mains electric and water. The modern oil fired boiler was installed approximately 2 years ago.