Old Stables, Castlebergh Lane, Settle

Settle, BD24 9ET




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Key features

  • Cosy cottage
  • Superb master suite
  • Elevated position
  • Delightful views across Settle and the hills beyond
  • Stone floors to ground floor
  • Handy for shops and pubs
  • Ideal holiday home/ LET


A beautifully presented, stone built semi-detached property with delightful views across Settle onto the hills beyond. With an attractive cobbled courtyard to the front for alfresco dining and sitting out, two double bedrooms, a well layed out living room with French doors onto the courtyard and a purposeful kitchen. Having on street parking near by and offering an ideal retirement or holiday let property. With gas fired central heating and double glazing as well as a log burner. A spacious yet cosy property with a surprise waiting for the viewer with regard to the master bedroom suite. This property can be purchased in addition to the barn next door, which is owned by the same family, and they are looking to sell both properties, ideally, at the same time.


Settle is a bustling market town in the foothills of the Pennines set amongst some of the most picturesque scenery in North Yorkshire. Situated within Settle is the railway station serving the community with a regular passenger service, as well as a bus service to Skipton from the town centre. There are many local shops including a Booths Supermarket, Co-op, Premium Store, several restaurants and pubs. Settle is also approximately half an hour’s drive from the Lake District, another delightful location with beautiful surroundings. Settle also offers a very vibrant and successful 11-19 Secondary School and Sixth Form Centre which is situated not very far from the town centre along with local sports facilities.


A well proportioned, square shaped living room with feature stone flagged flooring and taking full advantage of the pleasant outlook across the town towards Giggleswick from a double glazed door with full height double glazed window to either side, opening onto the cobbled courtyard. With ample space for a couple of sofas and living room furniture, centred around an attractive exposed stone chimney breast incorporating a wood burning stove set on a stone hearth. A cosy yet spacious room, with contemporary style wall lights, exposed oak beams and stained timber door leading into the kitchen. Having a straight flight of stairs rising out of this room to the first floor landing and with double panel heating radiator.


Approached off the cobbled courtyard through a timber and glazed stable-style door, into an attractive entrance lobby with door off to the living room. With a pair of full height doors giving access to a handy built-in cupboard housing the property's central heating boiler, electrical consumer unit and providing space for storage of coats. Also having multi-point adjustable spotlights, exposed roof timbers and intruder alarm panel.


The kitchen has a range of shaker-style base and wall units finished in soft cream with brushed steel handles, providing good storage and making the most of every square inch available. Having a built-in wine rack and with space and plumbing for a washing machine, slimline dishwasher and a tall fridge-freezer. Having granite effect worktops over incorporating a single bowl stainless steel sink and four ring gas hob with fan oven and grill below and canopy steel hood above. With attractive travertine tiling over the worktops up to the under side of the wall units, which have under pelmet lighting. With exposed roof timbers, central heating radiator, stone flagged floor and recessed lighting, an attractive and functional cottage style kitchen.


Approached from the ground floor via a straight flight of stained timber stairs, with a short return balustrade onto an attractive landing with exposed timber flooring, multi-point adjustable spotlight, central heating radiator and central heating control panel.


This room has been used in the past as a very large double bedroom but is currently used as a spacious second living room with ample space either for a king size bed or sofas and armchairs. Featuring double glazed French doors opening onto a Juliet balcony with tremendous views over town onto the hills beyond. With quality solid timber flooring and an excellent range of full height, built-in wardrobes for storage. Further natural light from a double glazed Georgian-style window, again with a pleasant outlook, multi-point adjustable spotlights, double panel heating radiator and exposed roof timbers.


A modern boutique-style shower room, more recently refurbished and providing a quality walk-in shower with glass screen encompassing a thermostatic shower valve with monsoon head. Having mermaid boarding to the shower area and tiled splash back to the full pedestal basin, which is adjacent to a period-style WC. Natural light is from a double glazed window with ladder-style chrome towel rail below and having a fitted vanity mirror, display shelf, recessed lighting and travertine tiles to the floor.



A surprisingly spacious master suite which is quite striking. With good amounts of natural light from four double glazed Velux windows, along with two standard double glazed windows, providing some tremendous long distance views. Featuring an exposed king truss and perlins, an attractive bedroom with ample space for a king size bed, side tables and either fitted or free standing furniture. Also featuring exposed stone walls, multi-point adjustable spotlights and sitting areas to the eaves.


With an inter-connecting lobby area from the master bedroom to the ensuite with a range of built-in cupboard and drawers providing excellent walk-in wardrobe facilities. Featuring a period-style suite with full size timber panelled bath with antique-style taps and independent shower unit over, bidet with matching taps to the full pedestal basin and bath and a timber seated WC. Having exposed roof perlin, stone wall and with natural light from a conservation-style roof light. With ladder-style heating radiator, extractor fan, illuminated vanity mirror and adjustable spotlighting.


To the front of the property there is an attractive stone cobbled enclosed courtyard providing alfresco dining and sitting out areas on the warmer days and evenings with an attractive outlook over Settle town.


All mains services are connected.


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1 High Street, Skipton, BD23 1AJ

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