The main house dates to 1875 and has been extended by the current owners. On the ground floor, the accommodation briefly comprises: porch with beautiful period stained glazing to the external door; entrance hall with moulded architrave; stunning dual aspect living room with views; dual aspect reception room with views; ground floor cloakroom; rear reception room with under stair store; superb spacious family kitchen/diner; rear porch and side entrance hall.
On the first floor, the split level landing with period balustrade provides access to 4 double bedrooms - 1 with en-suite - and a generous house bathroom. Stairs then rise to the second floor and 3 versatile loft rooms with eaves storage.
Detached and to the rear of the main house, the barn conversion ground floor accommodation comprises: spacious entrance hall; generous lounge with French Doors to the garden; good-sized kitchen/diner and a shower room. On the first floor, a landing provides access to 2 large bedrooms - 1 with eaves storage - and a further shower room.
Outside, the extensive grounds comprise: rolling lawns; established beds; beautiful mature trees; parking forecourt for at least 5 vehicles; terrace seating and barn patio area. A useful range of outbuildings comprise: detached garage; attached timber shed; stone-built garden store; water treatment room and coal hole.
Heading out of the charming village of Thornton in Lonsdale, with its picturesque church and popular pub, Thornton Lane rises on its way to Dent - a spectacular drive. West View is the last property on the left, before the road enters Kingsdale.
The nearby village of Ingleton provides a good range of shops, pubs and bars, along with a Co-op petrol station, primary school and open air swimming pool.
The A65 provides easy access to the popular market towns of Settle and Kirkby Lonsdale. Kendal can be reached in 30 minutes, travelling by car. Excellent secondary school options are available at Settle College and QES, Kirkby Lonsdale. The unique limestone karst scenery of the Dales presents great opportunities for hiking, cycling and caving, with the Lake District, Morecambe Bay and Forest of Bowland also within easy reach for great days out in beautiful countryside.
Freehold Property. Council Tax Band F.
Mains electricity. Private water supply with UV filtration. Private drainage - certified as compliant with General Binding Rules. The main house has solid fuel central heating (anthracite). Gas central heating to the barn conversion with gas tank sited in garden. B4RN ultrafast broadband.
Entrance porch with period timber external door featuring beautiful stained glass to the front aspect and terrace. Timber flooring. Glazed inner door to:
Entrance hall with period moulded architrave. Timber flooring. Access to side entrance hall, cloakroom, front and rear receptions, and:
Stunning dual aspect living room with views. UPVC double glazed sash windows to the side and front aspects. Feature open fireplace. Feature alcove recess. Period moulded architrave. Timber flooring. Radiator.
Generous dual aspect reception room, currently used as an office. UPVC double glazed sash windows to the side and front aspects. Moulded architrave. Timber flooring. Radiator.
Ground floor cloakroom. WC. Wash basin. Extractor. Tiled flooring.
Rear reception room with UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and original single glazed sash window to the rear porch. Solid fuel central heating boiler. Laminate flooring. Radiator. Access to kitchen/diner and:
Useful under stair storage area with sink and fitted shelving.
Stunning family kitchen/diner with timber framed double glazed windows to the front, side and rear aspects. Exposed rafters.
Range of wall and base mounted units with worktops. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Rangemaster cooker and hob with extractor hood over. Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Space and vent for tumble dryer. Space for fridge and freezer. Tiled flooring. Radiator.
Rear porch with timber framed double glazed window and external door to the rear yard area. Velux skylight. Tiled flooring. Access to coal hole.
Side entrance hall with period timber external door featuring stained glass. Tiled flooring. Radiator. Access to entrance hall via glazed door. Stairs with period balustrade rising to the first floor.
Split level first floor landing with period balustrade. Carpet. Access to the house bathroom to rear. Steps up to access to the 4 bedrooms.
Generous dual aspect double bedroom with views. UPVC double glazed sash windows to the side and front aspects. Carpet. Radiator.
Another good-sized dual aspect double bedroom with views. UPVC double glazed sash windows to the side and front aspects. Carpet. Radiator. Access to:
Good-sized en-suite. Shower, wash hand basin, bidet and WC. Extractor. Tiled flooring. Radiator.
Another good-sized double bedroom with original single glazed sash window to the rear aspect. 2 built-in double wardrobes. Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder with immersion. Wash hand basin. Carpet. Radiator.
Double bedroom with UPVC double glazed sash window to the side aspect. Built-in double wardrobe. Carpet. Radiator.
Accessed via a vestibule with original timber framed single glazed feature window to the rear aspect, the generous house bathroom has 2 UPVC double glazed windows to the rear aspect. Suite comprising, corner bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC. Tiled flooring. Radiator.
Landing with Velux skylight. Period balustrade. Carpet. Access to loft rooms 1 and 2.
Large loft room with Velux skylight and UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Access to eaves storage to front and rear aspects. Exposed beams. Laminate flooring.
A further generous sized loft room with Velux skylight. Access to eaves storage to front and rear aspects. Exposed beams. Exposed floorboards. Radiator. Access to:
Smaller room with UPVC double glazed window to the side aspect. Exposed floorboards.
Spacious entrance hall with timber framed double glazed external door to the front aspect. Exposed stonework. Gas central heating boiler. Painted concrete flooring. Radiator. Stairs rising to the first floor. Access to kitchen/diner, shower room and:
Generous lounge with 2 timber framed double glazed windows to the front aspect and UPVC double glazed window and French Doors to the side aspect. Carpet. Radiator.
Kitchen/diner with timber framed double glazed French Doors to an external patio seating area. Range of wall and based mounted units. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Space for cooker. Hob. Space for fridge. Tiled flooring. Radiator.
Ground floor shower room with timber framed double glazed window to the front aspect. Shower cubicle. Wash hand basin. WC. Tiled flooring. Radiator.
First floor landing with Velux skylight. Exposed stonework. Carpet. Access to 2 bedrooms and shower room.
Large bedroom with timber framed double glazed window to the side aspect and Velux skylight. Carpet. Radiator. Access to good-sized eaves storage.
Another large bedroom with timber framed double glazed window to the side aspect and Velux skylight. Carpet. Radiator.
First floor shower room with timber framed double glazed window to the front aspect. Shower cubicle. Wash hand basin. WC. Tiled flooring. Radiator.
Overall plot extending to approx. 1 acre.
With extensive views west and south taking in the Lune Valley and Forest of Bowland. Views to Ingleborough too.
Large parking forecourt with space for at least 5 vehicles. Detached garage.
Extensive gardens wrapping round the 2 properties with well-tended lawns; established beds with shrubs; a range of mature trees; terrace seating to the front aspect of the main house with views and a further patio area for the barn. Timber shed attached to side of main house. Yard area between house and barn with access to the coal hole and water treatment room. Drystone walling to perimeter.
Small area of mature woodland with useful stone-built garden store.
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