Property Summary

Offers Over £550,000

3 Bedrooms 1 Garage 2 Reception Rooms

Branch Details


01677 425301

9 South End, Bedale, North Yorkshire, DL8 2BJ

Barn End

• Immaculate home boasting a wealth of character features and charm • Large open plan bespoke dining kitchen • 3 Double bedrooms; House and ensuite bathrooms • Enclosed lawned gardens with views across the Yorkshire Dales National Park • Land, private parking and garage

The Area
Barn End is situated on the edge of the small attractive village of Sedbusk, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Situated on the south facing side of the beautiful, broad sweeping valley that comprises Wensleydale, there are panoramic views over the dale, and walks in every direction.

Just 2 miles away is the bustling market town of Hawes famous for its Wensleydale cheese. The town has a traditional weekly market each Tuesday and a wide range of local shops including independent supermarket, gift shops, cafes, restaurants and public houses. There is a primary school and nursery, transport to a choice of secondary schools and both medical and dental practices.

Although in a rural location, major roads including the A1, A66 and M6 can all be reached within one hour. There is a railway station at nearby Garsdale Head on the Settle to Carlisle Line.

The Property
Barn End is an immaculate home boasting a wealth of character features and charm throughout. The property has been updated creating the perfect mix of modern and traditional features. The property benefits from hard wood double glazed windows, solid oak internal doors and window sills and oil central heating.

The front door leads in to the entrance porch with windows on dual aspects and the main door leading in to the open plan dining kitchen.

The spacious dining kitchen, previously two rooms, has been altered and modernised by the current vendors creating a fantastic space for entertaining.

The solid pippy oak bespoke kitchen has a good range of base and wall mounted units with under counter lights, Belfast sink and granite worktops. A central island provides additional cooking and workspace with storage below. There is an integrated dishwasher, windows on dual aspects with stone sills and a tiled floor. The large four oven electric powered AIMS controlled AGA with two gas rings completes the kitchen creating a wonderful focal point for the room.

The dining room is a spacious area open to the kitchen and benefits from solid oak flooring and windows to front and back gardens. There is a good size and practical storage cupboard utilising the space below the staircase.

From the kitchen a door leads through to the utility room with a range of wall and base units, washing machine and fridge freezer. A door leads to the front of the property with fully tiled floor, storage cupboard and downstairs cloakroom with WC and washbasin, the utility room provides a useful and practical area.

Leading from the dining room the solid oak door opens in to the spacious living room. Windows to two elevations and conservation roof lights ensure the room is light and airy yet still retains a cosy ambiance with a fireplace with a sandstone lintel, Morso multi fuel stove and oak shelved alcoves.

The staircase from the living room leads to the first floor landing with views overlooking the front gardens.

The master bedroom is a large double room looking out over the front gardens and external door with original granary style stone steps leading to the rear patio garden. The en suite shower room has partially tiled walls and is fitted with a white suite comprising of a wash basin with vanity unit, WC, fully tiled shower cubicle and radiator.

The second and third bedrooms are both spacious double rooms with built in wardrobes overlooking the garden and beyond.

The family bathroom is partially tiled with Amtico flooring and fitted with a high quality suite comprising of a fully tiled double shower cubicle with rainfall shower, freestanding roll top bath, WC, wash basin set in a vanity unit, heated towel rail and extractor fan. The loft is accessed from the bathroom being partially boarded with both power and light. The room has fantastic views overlooking Stags Fell.

Entrance Porch
Dining Kitchen
Kitchen: 13' 5" x 16' 8" (4.10m x 5.09m)
Dining Area: 15' 1" x 12' 2" (4.61m x 3.71m)
Utility Room
13' 7" x 7' 5" (4.13m x 2.25m)
Living Room
15' 1" x 16' 11" (4.60m x 5.16m)
Master Bedroom
13' 7" x 12' (4.13m x 3.66m)
En Suite Shower Room
Bedroom Two
13' x 14' 10" (3.96m x 4.52m)
Bedroom Three
11' x 12' 3" (3.35m x 3.74m)
The property is approached via a gated gravel driveway, with wood store and double kennels to the side, which provides access to Barn End and one other property. There is further gated access to the private driveway and parking area leading to the garage.

The garage is good size with workshop and storage area, power, light and water. There are double wooden doors to the front and a personnel door to the side. The garage houses both the oil central heating boiler and the high pressure hot water tank. Above is a loft storage area with ladder access.

There is pedestrian access across the neighbouring property in to the centre of the village.

The gardens to the front of the property are mainly laid to lawn with an array of colourful plants flourishing throughout the year. The garden is predominantly south facing, enjoying sunshine in different areas throughout the day and is fully enclosed with stone wall and fenced boundaries.
There is a large selection of shrubs and plants including wisteria and climbing roses along with well established bushes and trees. A small pond is fed from the traditional stone trough and water pump.

Fulfilling its full potential in the summer months, the colourful garden can be enjoyed from the wooden summer house with patio doors to the front, power and light. The garden has fantastic views span across the dale looking over to Hawes.

To the rear of the house is a private garden with lawn, seating area and flag stone patio which can also be accessed from the granary style stone steps leading from the master bedroom. The oil tank and coal bunker are to the rear of the property.
The land totals 0.656 Ha, (1.62 Ac) and is currently two separate fields and woodland area. The stone field barn is in good condition having been reroofed and repaired. The barn has the original milking stalls and storage hayloft. The gently sloping land benefits from its own water supply and roadside access.
Energy Performance Certificate
The property is currently rated ‘D’
From the centre of Hawes follow the one way system back towards Leyburn taking the left hand turn before the Dale Countryside Museum, signposted Hardraw and Simonstone.

Follow the road over the bridge and up the hill to the junction. At the junction take the right hand turning past Stone House and then the first left handing turning sign posted Sedbusk.

On entering the village follow the road, taking the first left hand turning before Chapel Cottage. Continue down Sedbusk Lane where the property is located on the right hand side and can be identified by a George F White ‘For Sale’ board.
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