'Hawshaw End' , Lothersdale

Asking Price of £495,000
For Sale
3 BedroomsBarn Conversion
  • Semi-Detached Barn Conversion
  • Sitting Room & Dining Room
  • Dining Kitchen & Cloakroom
  • Three Bedrooms (could be Four)
  • En Suite & House Bath/Shower Rooms
  • 4-Car Garage, Stables & 2 Workshops
  • In total circa 1.553 acres
  • EPC Rating D
  • Grazing, Stream & Pond
  • Lovely Views from a Fabulous Rural Location yet only 6 miles from Skipton

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A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ANYONE WANTING PLENTY OF WORKSHOP/GARAGING/STABLING SPACE, WITH A SPACIOUS HOME IN AN IDYLLIC LOCATION WITH GRAZING LAND (TOTAL SITE CIRCA 1.553 ACRES) - HAWSHAW END IS A THREE BEDROOMED (COULD BE FOUR) SEMI-DETACHED BARN CONVERSION, READY FOR SOME UPDATING BUT OFFERING ENORMOUS POTENTIAL TO CREATE A FABULOUS FAMILY HOME. The setting of Hawshaw End is the stuff that childrens' books wax lyrical about - rolling grassland, pretty stream, lots of outbuildings and space, fabulous views and a duck pond with its very own floating duckhouse!

  • Semi-Detached Barn Conversion
  • Sitting Room & Dining Room
  • Dining Kitchen & Cloakroom
  • Three Bedrooms (could be Four)
  • En Suite & House Bath/Shower Rooms
  • 4-Car Garage, Stables & 2 Workshops
  • In total circa 1.553 acres
  • EPC Rating D
  • Grazing, Stream & Pond
  • Lovely Views from a Fabulous Rural Location yet only 6 miles from Skipton

Within Lothersdale Village, there is a church, well-regarded primary school, public house and a village hall offering a range of community activities. The village of Crosshills is just 2.5 miles away, with a wider range of shops, sporting/recreational activities, health centre and a well-renowned secondary school, with Airedale General Hospital just a couple of miles further down the road. The towns of Skipton, Keighley and Colne are approximately 15 minutes drive away. For the commuter, the business centres of East Lancashire, Manchester and West Yorkshire are within comfortable daily travelling distance and Cononley Station is also just 2 miles away, giving regular services through to Bradford, Leeds and London Kings Cross. For the outdoor enthusiast, the Pennine Way runs through Lothersdale Village and the wonderful scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Lancashire Forest of Bowland are but a few miles away. 

Although it has a Lothersdale address, Hawshaw End is set on the outskirts of the village, and is accessed from Skipton Old Road which runs between Skipton and Colne across Elslack Moors. A short track (owned by Hawshaw End) leads to three properties including Hawshaw End which has its wide range of outbuildings and a total site of circa 1.553 acres. Converted by the present owners in 1996, using some magnificent solid oak beams and featuring hand-made latched internal doors, it has been a perfect family home and it is with regret that it is now offered for sale. The property is heated by an oil-fired radiator system and has double glazed windows throughout, with the accommodation described in brief below using approximate sizes:- 

GROUND FLOOR  

PORCH Tiled floor. Matwell. Cloaks rail.  

DINING KITCHEN 17' x 13' (5.18m x 3.96m) Fitted Shaker-style wall and base units with pewter door handles and dark worktops incorporating double circular bowl sinks. Plumbing for dishwasher. Electric cooker point. Exposed timber uprights and beams. Tiled floor. Two radiators. Door to Workshop. 

INNER HALL Tiled floor.  

CLOAKROOM Two piece white suite comprising low suite w.c. and corner hand basin. Recessed shelved cupboard. Heated towel rail. Tiled floor.  

DINING ROOM 15' 04" x 12' 10" (4.67m x 3.91m) overall. including open return staircase to first floor. Fabulous full-width "barn door" window. Oak flooring. Exposed ceiling beams. Radiator. Double doors to:- 

SITTING ROOM 20' x 16' 07" (6.1m x 5.05m) Magnificent stone fireplace with double-door cast-iron stove on stone hearth. Windows to two sides. Exposed ceiling beams. Oak flooring. Two wall light points. Two radiators. Door to:-  

FRONT PORCH Front door (will have concrete flooring and radiator). Exposed to ridge.  

FIRST FLOOR  

SITTING AREA 15' 10" x 12' 09" (4.83m x 3.89m) Open spindle balustrade. Arched "barn door" window. Exposed beams and stone wall. Access via retractable ladder and to boarded and insulated roof space. Four wall light points. Radiator.  

BEDROOM ONE 12' 11" x 11' 08" (3.94m x 3.56m) Exposed beams. Radiator. Door to:- 

DRESSING AREA Full-height fitted wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors. Fitted shelving. Door to:- 

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM Three piece suite comprising: corner shower cubicle; pedestal hand basin; low suite w.c. Velux roof window. Heated towel rail. Tiled walls.  

BEDROOM TWO 11' 04" x 9' 07" (3.45m x 2.92m) Windows to two sides. Exposed beam. Radiator.  

BEDROOM THREE 10' 08" x 8' 05" (3.25m x 2.57m) Exposed beams. Radiator.  

HOUSE BATHROOM Four piece suite comprising: bath with side taps; separate shower cubicle; pedestal hand basin; low suite w.c. Heated towel rail. 

OUTSIDE The access lane from Skipton Old Road is owned by Hawshaw End, with two other properties having access over it (all three properties share the cost of maintenance).
Hawshaw End has a wide tarmac parking/turning area where it is possible to park several vehicles. The OUTBUILDINGS comprise:-
DETACHED STONE GARAGE measuring 33'0" x 24'8" - a proper 4-car garage, with twin arches and double timber doors, part-boarded first floor area, electric/power supplies, window openings and roof lights.
STONE PUMP HOUSE, pumping water from the bore hole into the collecting tank which is located in the loft of the house.
WORKSHOP NUMBER 1 measuring 22'6" x 14'0" - attached to the house, with the oil-fired central heating boiler and a courtesy door from the kitchen.
WORKSHOP NUMBER 2 measuring 24'4" x 18'3" overall - presently partitioned into three area and on two levels, with the lower ground floor having an external fenced area for timber storage, and double access doors.
STABLES measuring 24'4" x 18'3" overall, divided into two stables and a tack room, with concrete base and water/electric supplies.
The Hawshaw End setting is absolutely idyllic with a front level lawn and grounds extending to circa 1.553 acres, with grassland, part-woodland, stream and an 'online' duck pond (this doesn't mean it's on the world wide web! - it means it's where the stream collects into a pond, before overflowing to the next stream!) which has its own floating duck house.

 

SERVICES Mains electricity is installed. Water is from a private bore hole and drainage is to a private biodisk tank, both of which just supply Hawshaw End. Central heating is provided by an oil-fired radiator system. 

PLEASE NOTE The extent of the property and its boundaries are subject to verification by inspection of the title deeds. The measurements in these particulars are approximate and have been provided for guidance purposes only. The fixtures, fittings and appliances have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. The internal photographs used in these particulars are reproduced for general information and it cannot be inferred that any item is included in the sale.  

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Money Laundering Regulations (Introduced June 2017). To enable us to comply with the expanded Money Laundering Regulations we are required to obtain identification from prospective buyers once a price and terms have been agreed on a purchase. Buyers are asked to please assist with this so that there is no delay in agreeing a sale.  

COUNCIL TAX This property is in Council Tax Band E. For further details please visit the Craven District Council website. 

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS We would be pleased to arrange a viewing for you. Please contact Dale Eddison's Skipton office. Our opening hours are:-
Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday: 11.00am - 3.00pm  

DIRECTIONS From Skipton, go through Carleton and out of the village on West Road for about 4 miles. Go past the right-hand turning to Earby and down the hill - at the end of the first full field on the left (ie: halfway back up the hill) there is a track to the left where our For Sale sign is erected - proceed down the track, bearing to the left where it forks, and then straight on to the end and through the 5-bar gate which brings you to Hawshaw End.