Brock A Bank, Keasden

Sold Subject to Contract £485,000

3 2 1

Brock A Bank

Converted to a high standard, the imaginative design is sympathetic to the past, whilst providing modern comfort and convenience: optimising light and views of the spectacular surrounding countryside.

The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises: entrance porch with original studded chapel door; inner hallway; study area; double bedroom one with en-suite; double bedroom two; stylish house bathroom; good-sized kitchen/diner with wood burning stove and useful utility room.

Stairs rise from the hall to a stunning first floor vaulted living room with wood burning stove - a superb space. The third bedroom is off the living room, with 2 built-in beds incorporating timber from the pews.

Outside, the property sits in a generous plot with ample off-road parking and a pleasant, low-maintenance garden to the front aspect. To the side, there is a large patio seating area with a lovely outlook - the perfect spot for entertaining family and friends outside. To the rear, there are 2 useful attached stores: one housing the boiler. A good level rear garden comprises a further parking area, 2 sheds, lawn, trees and fenced perimeter.

Location

The small hamlet of Keasden is on the edge of the Forest of Bowland - an area of outstanding natural beauty with deep valleys and high moorland. To the north, lies the village of Clapham - a gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park - and the property has views of Ingleborough - one of the famous Yorkshire 3 peaks. The Lake District National Park is also easily reached for great days out in stunning scenery, as is the coast at Morecambe Bay.

The bustling market town of Settle is just over 8 miles away with a good range of shops and places to eat. Kirkby Lonsdale is just over 12 miles away in Cumbria. GP surgeries are located in Settle and Bentham. Both Kirkby Lonsdale and Settle have Booths supermarkets. Excellent secondary education options are available at Settle College and QES, Kirkby Lonsdale, with primary schools in Austwick, Ingleton and Bentham.

Property Information

Freehold property. Council Tax Band E. Mains electricity and water. Oil-fired central heating. Private drainage. B4RN fibre broadband is connected.

Ground Floor

Porch

Entrance porch with original studded timber door to the front aspect. Single glazed timber framed windows to side aspects. Flagged stone flooring. Stable door to hallway.

Hallway

Central hallway leading through to hall and study area. Access to 2 double bedrooms and house bathroom. Carpet. Radiator with cover.

Bedroom 1 (4.55m x 3.89m)

Superb spacious double bedroom with 2 timber framed double glazed windows to the side aspect. Carpet. Radiator with cover. Access to en-suite.

En-suite (1.86m x 2.52m)

Stylish modern en-suite with timber framed double glazed window to the side aspect and internal window with obscured glazing to hallway. Corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. Extractor. Tiled flooring. Heated towel rail. Electric underfloor heating.

Bedroom 2 (4.62m x 2.85m)

A further good-sized double bedroom with dual aspect: 2 timber framed double glazed windows to the side aspect and 1 to the front aspect. Carpet. Radiator with cover.

Bathroom (2.61m x 2.81m)

Large contemporary house bathroom with dual aspect: timber framed double glazed windows to the side and front aspects. Bath, corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin with under-sink cupboard and WC. Extractor. Vinyl flooring. Heated towel rail.

Hall

Rear hall with 2 timber framed double glazed windows to the side aspect. Stairs rising to first floor. Carpet. Radiator with cover.

Study Area

Ideal spot for working from home with super-fast B4RN broadband.

Kitchen/Diner (3.13m x 6.49m)

Laminate flooring. Radiator with cover.

Kitchen Area

Kitchen area with timber framed secondary glazed window to the side aspect. Range of wall and base mounted units with worktops. Double stainless steel sink with drainer. Range cooker with extractor hood over. Dishwasher. Space for fridge freezer.

Dining Area

Family dining area with feature fireplace housing log burning stove. Period built-in cupboard. Access to utility room.

Utility Room (2.26m x 3.66m)

Good-sized utility room with Velux skylight and external door to the side aspect. Plumbing for washing machine. Laminate flooring. Radiator.

First Floor

Living Room (6.91m x 6.87m)

A stunning vaulted family living room with 5 Velux skylights providing plenty of light and lovely views. Exposed beams and roof trusses. Raised stone hearth with log burning stove. Fitted bench seating. Carpet. Radiator. Access to bedroom 3.

Bedroom 3 (2.28m x 6.87m)

A charming twin bedroom with Velux skylight. Fitted raised beds to each side. Fitted bookcases. Carpet. Radiator.

Outside

Front

Ample off-road parking for 3 to 4 cars, with further off-road parking on the roadside. Walled perimeter with double and single gates. Access to side and fenced area housing bunded oil tank and attached store with central heating boiler. Neat and low maintenance front garden. Gate through to:

Patio

Extensive patio seating area with pizza oven and views to open country. A superb space for entertaining. External tap. Outdoor power supply. Access to attached store. Through to:

Rear Garden

Generous and level rear garden with fenced perimeter. 2 sheds. Further parking accessed via adjacent track, with right of way. Extensive lawn with trees.

Agent Notes

Fisher Hopper has not tested services, fixtures, fittings, central heating, gas and electrical systems. If in doubt, purchasers should seek professional advice. Items in these photographs may not be included in the sale of the property.
OFFER PROCEDURE
Fisher Hopper, as Agents in the sale of the property, will formally check the identification of prospective purchasers. In addition the purchaser will be required to provide information regarding the source of funding as part of our offer handling procedure
FINANCIAL ADVICE
Free and no obligation mortgage advice is available on our website. Alternatively, please contact us to arrange a call from our mortgage broker.
Your home is at risk if you do not keep up the repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it. Written details available upon request
MARKET APPRAISALS
If you have a property or business which needs a market appraisal or valuation, our local knowledge, experience and coverage will ensure you get the best advice. Our Guild Referral Network of over 800 specially selected offices can provide this no obligation service anywhere in the country. Call or email now to let us get you moving.
FISHER HOPPER
Fisher Hopper is a trading name for Fisher Hopper Limited, which is registered in England No 08514050. The registered office for the company is: 5 Battalion Court, Colburn Business Park, Catterick Garrison, England, DL9 4QN. Company Directors: D. Spratt, M. Alexander
The office address for Fisher Hopper is: 43 Main Street, Bentham, Lancaster, North Yorkshire LA2 7HJ.
FLOOR PLANS
Please note, floor plans are not to scale and are for illustration purposes only. Plans are produced using PlanUp.

  • Converted Chapel
  • 3 Bedroom Detached
  • Stunning Living Room
  • 360 Degree Views
  • Moorland Setting
  • No Adjacent Properties
  • Gardens and Off-Road Parking
  • B4RN Fibre Broadband
  • QES and Settle College
  • Dales, Bowland and Lakes
Floorplan for Brock A Bank, Keasden
EPC Graph for Brock A Bank, Keasden

Get an instant online valuation

Find out how much your property is worth