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Coat Faw, a former shooting lodge and farmhouse, is a bright and spacious detached stone built Victorian residence with many period features. Accommodation comprising five double bedrooms plus guest bedroom with en-suite shower, three reception rooms, traditional farmhouse kitchen that has bed and breakfast potential plus ancillary accommodation set around an impressive courtyard with the traditional range of outbuildings. Informal discussions have taken place with Yorkshire Dales National Park and redevelopment of these buildings would be considered to provide further income streams.

Description A real gem of Upper Dentdale with a lovely approach over a stone bridge round the front of Coat Faw and into the heart of the property. The setting is beautiful with views down and across the dale with the property itself having attractive, well proportioned rooms, almost all with lots of natural light, high cornice ceilings, sash windows and panel doors, and then outside a paddock, a field and gardens with a traditional range of buildings completing the picture.

Sandra prepared the most amazing breakfasts every morning and was extremely helpful with tips on what to do. Modern history In the 17th century, which has been called "the century of magnificent beds", the style a la duchesse, with tester and curtains only at the head, replaced the more enclosed beds in France, though they lasted much longer in England. Iron beds appear in the 18th century; the advertisements declare them as free from the insects which sometimes infested wooden bedsteads.

A real treat for those looking for a slice of Dales life with equestrian potential, and the Dalesway walk running close by. Location Located within the boundary of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and less than 3 miles to Dent village with shop, pubs and primary school, and only a couple of miles in the other direction to Dent train station with the west coast line to Carlisle and Leeds.

Sedbergh is the nearest town offering a small supermarket and independent local shops and amenities, with Settlebeck secondary school and the private Sedbergh school also in the town. Kirkby Lonsdale is a short drive away offering further facilities, and St Mary's primary and Queen Elizabeth secondary schools.

Continue along this road for a further 2. Upon reaching Cowgill Church after approximately 4 miles turn immediately left over Ewegales Bridge and follow this road for another mile. After passing Birchen Tree, take the first left up the lane and bear right with Coat Faw at the top over the small bridge Accommodation with approx dimensions Front Porch entrance via a substantial wooden door with the handle thought to have come from the Settle Carlisle railway; porch with parquet flooring, a single glazed window and a radiator.

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Living Room 20' 0" x 13' 10" 6. Views down the valley from the traditional window seat are stunning. The room also has a feature open fireplace, high coved ceilings , parquet flooring and one radiator.

Sitting Room 14' 5" x 12' 3" 4. Coving to the ceiling, a television point and a radiator. Inner Hall with large walk-in storage cupboard with light. Dining Room 16' 11" x 13' 10" 5. Dual aspect to the front and side, central heating thermostat and two radiators.

Cellar stone steps leading to a traditional flagged floor with original stone cold slabs to three sides. Light and power points and air intake for the Baxi fire above. A single glazed window and air bricks for ventilation Kitchen 14' 5" x 13' 4" 4. Space for fridge, plumbing for dishwasher and space for microwave and benefiting from a walk-in, shelved pantry providing ample additional storage.

Dual aspect to the side and rear, a radiator, stone tiled floor and wooden stable door. Rear Porch stone built porch housing the meters, with single glazing and a wooden door providing access to the garden and outbuildings.

Staircase Hall with a telephone point and a radiator. Cloakroom fitted with a low level WC and a sink inset to vanity unit. Part wood panelled walls, a window and a radiator. Stairs to Half Landing with views over the front garden and field to the Fells beyond. Guest Bedroom 12' 6" x 11' 11" 3.

Coving to the ceiling and a radiator.

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  • Including en suite walk-in double shower and a sink inset to vanity unity with tiled splashbacks, a radiator and a shaverpoint. Stairs To First Floor with large walk-in storage cupboard; coving to the ceiling and a radiator. Master Bedoom 16' 9" x 14' 0" 5. Coving to the ceiling and two radiators.

    Bedroom Two 14' 6" x 12' 3" 4. Concealed plumbing for sink if desired, with shaverpoint above. Bedroom Three 12' 0" x 10' 6" 3. Bathroom fitted with a white four piece suite comprising a low level WC, sink inset to vanity unit, a freestanding roll top bath with shower attachment plus a separate shower cubicle. Part wood panelled walls, a double linen cupboard and a shaverpoint. A window to the rear and a radiator. Currently used by the present owners as a study; with economy 7 storage heater and a fitted cupboard.

    Outside the property benefits from a good sized garden to the front extending round to the side mainly laid to lawn with borders, shrubs and bushes, lined by mature trees and with a stream and waterfall falling within the boundary.

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  • There are patio areas too with additional space for a vegetable plot to the rear. There is also a field to the front, and a paddock to the side extending to approximately 3 acres in total. Ample parking is provided to the rear and in front of the outbuildings.

    Outbuildings Outbuilding 1 14' 3" x 11' 8" 4. Outbuilding 2 14' 3" x 7' 10" 4. Contact the office about this property Or Call the Office on: You can unsubscribe at any time. Create an account to view your saved properties and searches and keep your personal details up-to-date.

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