Hebblethwaite Hall, Cautley, Sedbergh

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Bedrooms: 5
Dating back to the 16th century, Hebblethwaite Hall is set in a stunning location within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This characterful Grade II listed property provides spacious living accommodation throughout, generous gardens and grounds, detached garage and stone barn complete with a paddock extending to 1.34 acres OTA, making this an ideal family home.

Set in a stunning location with immense potential, this home is being offered to the market for the first time in over 30 years. The property provides the ideal setting for those looking to enjoy rural life whilst benefiting from the convenience of a local market town and connectivity to the M6 motorway and the West Coast mainline railway at Oxenholme Station.

Located in the rural area of Cautley, nestled within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this region is renowned for its breath-taking countryside, making it perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. A short distance away is the quaint market town of Sedbergh, famous for its charming streets, bookshops and cafes. The town offers excellent amenities including primary and secondary schools, with the renowned independent Sedbergh School adding significant appeal. The property is well placed for easy access to the market towns of Kirkby Lonsdale, Kirkby Stephen, Kendal and to the Lake District.

Hebblethwaite Hall is steeped in history, believed to have been built originally in the late 16th to early 17th century and has since been extensively altered and restored, creating a charming and characterful home. It features large sandstone quoins, stone-flagged floors, sash and mullioned windows and a wealth of period detail. Internally, the home provides generous living accommodation with four spacious bedrooms and an additional study/bedroom, making it an ideal family home.

Externally, the property boasts a courtyard to the front and extensive gardens that wrap around three sides, with a paddock beyond extending to 1.34 acres — perfect for those interested in small holding and gardening.

Upon entering through the studded doorway, you're welcomed into a warm atmosphere with a large central hallway that provides access to the ground floor rooms, and the sizeable cellar which is an accessible storage area. The stone-flagged floor introduces the character and charm that continues throughout the home. The lounge benefits from views on three sides and centres around an original fireplace with a stone surround and a feature inset cupboard on one wall, making this a formal yet cosy space ideal for family gatherings and entertaining.

The kitchen overlooks the rear garden and includes a convenient access door. It features a range of pine units along one wall and a central stone surround with an inset two-oven Aga. Finished with stone-flagged flooring and ceiling beams, the kitchen also leads to a useful pantry area with original stone slab worktops, ideal for storage.

Beyond the kitchen lies the utility room, which houses the boiler and provides ample storage and a practical side entrance for everyday use.

Off the hallway, there is another sitting room with views over the rear garden, making it an ideal everyday space. This is arranged around an open fireplace, with fitted cupboards to one wall. Completing the ground floor is a shower room equipped with a shower, WC, and wash hand basin.

The staircase, believed to date back to the 18th century, is notably wide and serves as a central feature. A window on the rear elevation offers stunning views and shows the beautiful backdrop. Upstairs there are four generously sized bedrooms - two facing the rear and two to the side. The principal and largest bedroom has a feature window to one side and a beautiful view of the Howgills to the other.

The first floor also includes a house bathroom complete with a bath, WC, wash hand basin, and bidet.

Conveniently accessible from one of the bedrooms or the utility area is an additional space that can serve as a study or bedroom, perfect for those who work from home, have hobbies, or need extra guest space.

The gardens and grounds of Hebblethwaite Hall have been lovingly maintained. Set against a backdrop of mature trees and flowering borders, the gardens are both peaceful and tranquil.. Pathways lead to natural habitats with stunning views beyond.

A detached stone barn within the gardens offers versatile space, suitable for use as a studio, workshop, or additional accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents..

Beyond the immediate gardens lies a paddock that extends to approximately 1.34 acres, presenting endless possibilities for outdoor activities, gardening or those with smallholding interests. Overall the property spans about 1.82 acres.

Whether you're looking for a countryside retreat or a home filled with charm and distinction — a place to truly make your own — this property is ideal.

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