Beckside Barn, Mallerstang, Kirkby Stephen

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Bedrooms: 5
Beautifully presented and upgraded barn where character and charm meets modern day living. Set within the Yorkshire Dales National Park this home offers sizeable and flexible living spaces all wrapped up in 0.8 acres of grounds. The position backdrop and finish MUST BE VIEWED.

Nestled within the picturesque landscape of the Yorkshire Dales National Park this property represents a true reflection of rustic charm and character together with the benefits of contemporary comforts from its comprehensive upgrades. On offer is a fabulous five bedroom conversion with flexible living accommodation, situated in sizeable grounds extending to approximately 0.8 acres or thereabouts. This stunning home is a testament to the vendors who have upgraded the property since moving in and the home now offers a blend of traditional character and charm with modern luxury, ready to move into.

With a stunning backdrop of the Aisgill Viaduct which is believed to have been built circa. 1875 and which serves the Settle to Carlisle railway, the property also has reaching views to all other elevations and is nestled in the upper part of the Eden valley which carries a steep history including the remains of Pendragon Castle.

The property enjoys a rural yet accessible location, situated south of Kirkby Stephen, 15 miles from Junction 38 of the M6 motorway and with excellent connectivity via the A685 to Kirkby Stephen and the A66 beyond. Being positioned within the Yorkshire Dales National Park the location is excellent for outdoor enthusiasts and those who enjoy recreational activities, being popular amongst cyclists and walkers who can enjoy the stunning scenery and spectacular views.

Formerly a barn, the conversion has seamlessly blended the character and charm of the rural property with modern-day amenities and home comforts. The main central entrance opens to a spacious hallway with a central staircase leading to the first floor, being open with feature beams and stone facing. Bathed in natural light this area offers a welcoming position to the home.

The entrance hall leads to a sitting room which is set around a feature stone fireplace with a large wood burning stove being a central focal point. Large windows overlook the front, with additional side picture windows overlooking the garden. This space is a great sitting room and everyday relaxation area.

The kitchen is the heart of the home, with a newly installed Lakeland kitchen. With lots of natural light through the expansive windows this space boasts state-of-the-art fitments and Silestone worktops, creating a practical yet modern feel. To one side is the dining area, ideal for family gatherings and entertaining. Adjacent to the kitchen is a convenient utility room providing practicality yet with style and has useful cloakroom facilities off and a practical external door.

The second living room or snug area is again set around a central stone fireplace with wood burning stove offering a cosy retreat. This area has French doors leading out to the rear patio, making this an ideal space all year round. To complete the ground floor accommodation there is an office space with an outlook to the front which is accessed directly off the hallway, perfect for those looking to work from home and enjoy the excellent connectivity of B4RN hyperfast broadband.

The first floor offers five bedrooms, each exuding warmth and cosiness with exposed beams and feature stone walling. The bedrooms are of generous proportions with excellent ceiling height. The principal bedroom is situated to the rear and has an adjoining bathroom with double shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin which has recently been upgraded. Whilst the access is off the main hallway this does serve as an excellent en-suite type space.

The house bathroom again offers a luxurious space being fully tiled and complete with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin, finished in a contemporary style yet retaining the charm and character with feature beams.

Stepping outside the gardens and grounds wrap around the side and rear of the property, offering spacious patio areas and lawned garden with a stunning background of the Aisgill Viaduct as well as the babbling beck in the background, idea for al-fresco dining, providing a space for those four-legged friends and a haven for wildlife. Beyond the garden area lies a paddock extending to approximately 0.3 acres or thereabouts, which has a view down the valley and is superb for outdoor activities.

For those with an interesting in 'tinkering' or hobbies there is a substantial garage and workshop building, with one building being a stone-faced double garage and adjoining workshop space, both with double doors opening to the front and a further double garage building with personal access side door. This has previously had planning consent for additional accommodation which would make an excellent holiday let, subject to planning consent.

This barn offers the quintessential countryside lifestyle with its blend of historic charm and character whilst offering all of the modern day comforts from a fully upgraded property. Whether as a permanent home or holiday retreat this property promises to provide both excellence and tranquillity.

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