Guide Price £775,0005 Bedrooms 1 Garage 4 Reception Rooms
The Granary, 2 Manor Barns
• Immaculately presented Grade II listed barn conversion with flexible layout • Large open plan dining kitchen • 3 Spacious reception rooms with a wealth of original features • Four double bedrooms and study • Large gardens with stunning views, private rear courtyard and grazing land
Located on the edge of the village of Arrathorne, The Granary sits in a peaceful yet accessible location with open views and walks in every direction.
The neighbouring village of Hunton offers local services with village shop, public house, village hall, primary school and local bus service.
Just 4 miles away is the town of Catterick Garrison with a wider range of shops including a large supermarket and newly established shopping and leisure development, medical and educational facilities and a large range of recreational activities.
Ideal for commuting, the A1 is just a short drive away while the train station at nearby Northallerton is located on the main East Coast line linking London to Edinburgh.
The Granary is an impressive and spacious Grade II listed barn conversation presented in immaculate condition. With a flexible layout and fully enclosed gardens, The Granary is an ideal family home.
The property oozes character with exposed beams and trusses, open fireplaces and original barn style windows. It benefits from a high standard of quality fixtures and fittings and has oil central heating and double glazing throughout.
The front door leads in to the entrance hallway off which is a downstairs cloakroom comprising of wash basin and WC. Doors radiate to the ground floor rooms, staircase rises to the first floor. A rear door leads to the enclosed courtyard garden.
From the entrance hall a step through the solid oak door leads to an impressive open plan kitchen with dining room. The kitchen is well fitted with a vast range of high quality bespoke base and wall mounted units and central island finished with granite worktops, a Belfast sink and tiled recess housing the large range style cooker.
There are windows on dual aspects overlooking the gardens and another door to the rear enclosed courtyard garden.
The tiled floor from the kitchen continues in to the open dining area with French doors opening on to the patio area at the front of the property making this an ideal space for entertaining or an alternative grand entrance hall.
From the dining area a step down leads to the snug which has exposed beams and trusses, wall lights and windows on dual aspects. The recessed brick fireplace with solid oak beam houses a multi fuel stove.
A door from the snug leads to the large utility room with exposed beams and trusses, tiled floor, fitted base units with granite worktops and Belfast sink. There is plumbing and under counter space for both washing machine and tumble dryer. The garage can be accessed via the personnel door direct from the utility room.
To the West of the house access from the entrance hall leads to an inner hall with doors leading to the downstairs guest bedroom, study, and drawing room.
The ground floor guest bedroom is a large double which could be utilised as an additional reception room also as a window overlooking the rear courtyard garden.
The study is located adjacent to of the ground floor bedroom with window to the rear . Subject to the necessary consent could also be altered to create an ideal en suite bathroom for the guest bedroom if required.
The drawing room is a large grand room with exposed beams and trusses and stone fireplace housing a multi fuel stove. The room is light and airy with windows to three sides and South facing French doors leading out to the patio area at the front of the property.
To the first floor, the landing is naturally lit by sky lights and the inner hall, accesses the bedroom accommodation.
The master bedroom spans the width of the property and is a large double room with windows on dual aspects overlooking the grounds. The en suite shower room is fully tiled comprising of shower cubicle with rainfall shower, WC and wash basin.
A second double bedroom is a large room with window overlooking the paddock.
The third of the bedrooms is a comfortable double room and is currently being used as a dressing room with built in wardrobes, drawers and shelving. A window overlooks the front of the property.
The fourth of the first floor rooms provides a single bedroom or nursery or an additional study room overlooking the front gardens.
The stylish and modern bathroom suite has a tiled floor, half panelled walls, ceiling spot lights and sky light. The white suite comprises of a boutique freestanding roll top bath, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.
15' 4" x 24' 3" (4.67m x 7.39m)
15' 4" x 13' 9" (4.67m x 4.19m)
17' 1" x 15' 8" (5.20m x 4.77m)
17' 1" x 7' 7" (5.21m x 2.30m)
9' 11" x 7' 9" (3.01m x 2.37m)
27' 2" x 24' 2" (8.27m x 7.37m)
Ground Floor Bedroom
14' 9" x 12' 11" (4.50m x 3.94m)
15' 4" x 19' 10" max (4.67m x 6.05m)
En Suite Shower Room
15' x 13' (4.56m x 3.95m)
10' 7" x 9' 6" (3.23m x 2.89m)
8' x 12' 9" max (2.43m x 3.88m)
The property is accessed via a shared gravel driveway leading to double wooden gates and in to the private driveway and grounds of the property.
There is ample space for parking with gravelled parking areas and a garage with double wooden doors to the front, light, power and a personnel door to the utility room.
The open plan garden is mainly laid to lawn with shrubs and bushes. There are two flag stone patio areas, one by the front door and another accessed from the French doors in the dining room.
To the rear of the property is a fully enclosed and entirely private court yard garden with lawn, flag stone patio, shrubs and bushes.
17' x 16' 7" (5.17m x 5.05m)
The paddock is located across the driveway to the property and totals 0.89 Ha (2.2 Ac). The land is fenced with gated road frontage access from both the top and bottom of the driveway.
Energy Performance Certificate
This property is Grade II listed and therefore exempt.
From the centre of Bedale, head North on the A684 towards Leyburn passing through the villages of Crakehall and Patrick Brompton.
Upon leaving Patrick Brompton take the right hand turning at the crossroads signposted Catterick Garrison. Continue on this road taking the second left hand turning signposted to Arrathorne.
After taking this turning, take the first left hand turn, with the name sign for Manor Barns. Follow the track around to the right and The Granary is the second of the properties on the track.
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