Arkholme is a small village which forms part of the Lune Valley with wonderful views out towards Ingleborough. The village of Arkholme was one of the first places connected to the Broadband 4 Rural North high speed broadband network. This area offers the densest distribution of Norman castles outside of the Welsh border countryside. Open countryside and working farms are very common here. The Village Hall which was designed by Mason Gillibrand Architects of Caton was completed in 2004 and won an RICS Community Benefit Award in 2005.
What we like...
This home offers space both inside and out along with wonderful views of open countryside to enjoy all year round from both the main house and attached holiday let.
A brief description
The main part of this home enters into a porch which then opens into the main living area. This part of the home has a feature open fire and offers space to both dine and relax. There is also a further sitting room on the ground floor along with a kitchen, conservatory and a study area in the inner hallway. Once you are upstairs you will discover three double bedrooms of which one has a clever mezzanine level, a dressing area and an en-suite bathroom. On top of all this there is also a family bathroom.
The second part of this home is known as Howards Barn. This attached dwelling has it's own private entrance and features a ground floor wc before you step up to the main open plan living, kitchen and dining area. There is also a separate double bedroom and a three piece wet room available. You will find that this space has been used as a successful holiday let by the current owners.
The home sits on approximately 1/2 acre of land which is mainly laid to lawn and offers a variety of trees and shrubs along with views across open countryside.
The ground floor (Main House)
The main entrance to this home opens up into a porch which was added to the home back in the 40's. This is a great space to take off your coats and shoes before stepping through to the main living area. Just above your head as you walk through the doorway the lintel says that the home was built in 1730.
The lounge floor has been tiled and there is also space to dine in this room making it a great space to entertain your family and friends. This room also features a wonderful open fire which will be ideal to snuggle up in front of on those cooler evenings. Access through to the kitchen and the inner hallway can be gained from here. Buyers will find that the inner hall is being used as a useful study area at present and also features storage under the stairs. From here there is also a doorway opening into an extra sitting room.
The second sitting area is a wonderful size room which runs the full length of the home. To the centre of the room there is a feature multi fuel stove and the room also offers a bright and airy feel thank to the window to the front and glazed doorway opening out to the rear garden. Buyers will find the kitchen to be a great sized room which offers ample storage space for all your bits and pieces. There is also space for all the expected white goods on offer along with space for a gas cooker. A doorway from the kitchen opens into a conservatory which is a generous size and not only leads to the outside space but also into the internal workshop.
First floor (Main House)
The first floor landing has space for a study area and access to all the rooms available. The master bedroom is a generous size double whilst the two further bedrooms also offer enough space for double bedrooms along with the expected furniture. One of the bedrooms is actually over two levels with an en-suite bathroom and dressing area to the lower level and then steps up to a mezzanine level for your bed which has a Velux window. All the bedrooms offer a wonderful view over open fields. There is also the master bathroom which is a generous sized room featuring a three piece suite with a cast iron bath.
The holiday apartment
The main entrance is to the front of the building and opens into a hallway which has a wc and access into the workshop. Ascend the stairs to the main living area. Once you are upstairs you will see that this wonderful space offers you room to relax, dine and cook whilst enjoying open views from both ends of the home. There is a separate double bedroom which is raised up and has access to a modern three piece wet room. This would make the perfect holiday apartment for many a guest. This apartment offers an underfloor heating system which is a real bonus.
To the front of the home there is unrestricted parking with turning space for several vehicles and this leads to a set of large double opening timber doors. This opens up to the large workshop facility which if you work from home or need lots of storage will be ideal. The gardens are mature with a variety of planted shrubs and trees to provide an array of colour. If you love to garden then this will suit you down to the ground.
- The original house was built in 1730 - Council Tax Band E for the main house - Council Tax Band A for the holiday flat - Both properties are Freehold - The boiler was fitted in 2012 and there is mains gas to the property - The ground floor offers underfloor heating with radiators upstairs only whilst the apartment also has underfloor heating - The property offers B4RN - 1 gigabit/second fibre FTTP
Separate Holiday Let Attached
Three Beds Plus One Bed Flat
Two Living Areas with Stoves
EPC Rating D & D
Spacious Kitchen, 2 Bathrooms
Conservatory to Rear
Approx 1/2 Acre Plot
Wonderful Views, Must See
Escape to the country with this spacious rural home. Curl up around the cosy open fires. Consider Air BnB opportunities with the attached cottage. Grown your own veg in the 1/2 acre garden. Welcome to countryside life. EPC-D