Wynstay, Ingleton

Sold Subject to Contract £600,000

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Wynstay, Ingleton

Originally a grand Victorian vicarage, Wynstay retains many fine period features, including architraves, high skirting boards and panel doors. The entrance hall and first floor landing showcase all the elegance of the era with ornate feature arches and sweeping staircase with balustrade.

The spacious accommodation is laid out over 3 floors, with the addition of a very large basement providing storage and workshop space.

In brief, the ground floor accommodation comprises: entrance porch with bespoke etched glass bearing house name and date above the door; grand entrance hall with stunning staircase and feature arch; large modern kitchen/diner with patio doors to sun terrace; superb living room with feature bay window and fireplace; useful snug and re-fitted utility/cloakroom. The extensive basement is accessed via the rear of the hall and comprises 3 large rooms: ideal for workshop and storage space.

On the first floor, the impressive landing provides access to the house bathroom; two large double bedrooms - one with modern en-suite - and a third, single bedroom.

Stairs rise to the second floor and two further generous double bedrooms, one with en-suite. Bedroom 5 provides access to ample eaves storage.

Outside, the property has a large parking forecourt with 2 garages. A sun terrace provides the perfect spot for entertaining outside, with extensive views to the west.

Steps lead down to the large gardens, comprising, lawns, established borders, babbling beck and mature trees.

Ingleton Location

Ingleton is a thriving village with a strong community and a good range of bars, pubs and shops. It is well known for the spectacular waterfalls walk. Ingleborough - one of the Yorkshire Dales 3 Peaks - dominates the local landscape. Wynstay is situated on Clapham Old Road, below Ingleborough.

The village has a good Primary School and is in the catchment for both Settle College and QES, Kirkby Lonsdale.

Local amenities are within easy access, including the open air swimming pool and a flagship Co-op grocery store with petrol forecourt.

Trains can be caught at Bentham and Clapham on the Leeds/Lancaster line. Lancaster and the M6 are half an hour by car. Popular local market towns include Kirkby Lonsdale and Settle.

The A65 provides good links to Kendal and Skipton.

As well as the Yorkshire Dales, Ingleton is ideal for day trips to the Lake District, Forest of Bowland and Morecambe Bay.

Property Information

Freehold property. Council Tax Band G.

All mains services with gas central heating.

The property has benefitted from a range of improvements in recent years, including: refitted porch; tasteful Bygone Heritage range doors and windows to the front aspect; updated utility/cloakroom; new roof to kitchen extension; one flank of main roof replaced; partial re-pointing; brickwork waterproofing; damp rectification in basement; redecoration and new floorings to a range of rooms.

Ground Floor

Porch (1.78m x 1.53m)

Stylish entrance porch with UPVC double glazed entrance door to parking forecourt and UPVC double glazed windows to 2 sides. Bespoke etched glazing over: "Wynstay 1868". Space for boots. Vinyl flooring with period design. Stunning original door opening to entrance hall.

Entrance Hall (1.78m x 4.50m)

Spacious and elegant entrance hall with original architrave, feature arch and beautiful staircase with balustrade rising to the first floor. Carpet. Radiator. Access to kitchen/diner; living room; snug; basement and utility room.

Kitchen/Diner (5.61m x 4.56m)

Superb family kitchen/diner with UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and new UPVC double glazed patio doors opening to the sun terrace. Range of wall and base mounted units with central island, incorporating breakfast bar. Stainless steel sink with drainer. Rangemaster cooker with hob. Integral dishwasher. Space for American style fridge freezer. Period architrave and picture rail. Feature fireplace housing log burner. Space for family dining. Hardwood flooring. Radiator.

Living Room (5.62m x 4.28m)

Very generous family living room with new Bygone Heritage Range UPVC double glazed feature bay window to the front aspect. Fireplace housing log burning stove. Period architrave, picture rail and beautiful ceiling rose. Exposed polished floorboards. 2 radiators.

Snug (4.29m x 2.30m)

Useful additional reception room with 2 UPVC double glazed windows to the side aspect. Carpet. Radiator.

Utility Room (2.08m x 2.88m)

Modern utility/cloakroom with new UPVC external door to the side aspect and UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect. Contemporary style vanity unit with wash hand basin and WC. Vinyl flooring. Heated towel rail.


Huge basement accessed via stairs from rear of entrance hall. Ample storage space. Cupboard recess. Stone flagged and concrete flooring. Light and power. Access to 2 further cellar rooms.

Workshop (5.43m x 4.17m)

Large cellar room, providing workshop and storage space. Flagged floor.

Store Room (3.87m x 4.51m)

Another large basement room with stone slab bench and flagged floor.

First Floor


Stunning first floor landing with UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect and views of open country. Period architrave, elegant balustrade and 2 feature arches. Built-in storage cupboard. Carpet. Radiator. Access to 3 bedrooms and house bathroom. Stairs rising to second floor.

Bedroom 1 (5.47m x 4.31m)

Very generous double bedroom with new Bygone Heritage Range UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect and extensive countryside views. Window seat. Built-in cupboard. Period architrave. Carpet. Radiator.

Bedroom 2 (3.95m x 3.56m)

Another good-sized double bedroom with new Bygone Heritage Range UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect and countryside views. Window seat. Period architrave and picture rail. Carpet. Radiator. Access to en-suite.

En-suite (3.95m x 0.89m)

Modern en-suite with UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Shower cubicle, vanity unit with wash hand basin and WC. Period architrave and picture rail. Vinyl flooring. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom 3 (2.27m x 3.02m)

Good-sized single bedroom with UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Period architrave. Carpet. Radiator.

Bathroom (4.04m x 1.88m)

Pristine house bathroom with UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Bath; separate shower cubicle; vanity unit with wash hand basin and WC. Large built-in airing cupboard. Shelving. Vinyl flooring. Heated towel rail.

Second Floor


Landing providing access to bedrooms 4 and 5. Carpet.

Bedroom 4 (5.52m x 4.30m)

Good-sized double bedroom with new Bygone Heritage Range UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect and extensive views. Exposed rafters. Carpet. Radiator.

Bedroom 5 (5.18m x 4.52m)

Another good-sized double bedroom with UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and 2 Velux skylights. Access to extensive eaves storage. Carpet. Radiator. Access to en-suite.

En-suite (1.39m x 3.19m)

En-suite shower room with Velux skylight. Shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. Carpet. Radiator.


Wynstay is situated in a generous plot extending to approx. 0.36 acres. The elevated position provides for stunning far-reaching views to Bowland and the Lune Valley and enjoys the most stunning sunsets. Clapham Old Road is a quiet lane connecting Ingleton with Clapham, with various access points for exhilarating ascents of Ingleborough.


2 garages with up and over doors.


Large parking forecourt with space for 3 to 4 vehicles.


Sun terrace with commanding westerly views. Steps down to extensive mature gardens with established borders, lawns, trees and shrubs. Charming beck running across lower end of garden.

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  • Stunning Period Property
  • 5 Bed Semi-Detached
  • Period Features Throughout
  • Quality Presentation
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Beautiful Gardens
  • Far-Reaching Views
  • Ample Parking
  • Dales, Bowland and Lakes
  • No Chain
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