The Old Post Office , Burnsall

Asking Price of £560,000
For Sale
4 BedroomsSemi-Detached House
  • Substantial Village Home
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Farmhouse Kitchen with Aga
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • House & En Suite Bathrooms
  • Lovely & Secluded South-Facing Rear Garden
  • Edwardian Features Throughout
  • EPC Rating E
  • Great Views to Burnsall Fell

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A VERY SUBSTANTIAL EDWARDIAN VILLAGE HOME, SITUATED IN THE CENTRE OF BURNSALL VILLAGE, WITH CHARACTERFUL EXCELLENT SIZED FOUR BEDROOMED ACCOMMODATION AND A SECLUDED REAR SOUTH-FACING GARDEN WITH VIEWS UP TO BURNSALL FELL. As its name suggests, The Old Post Office was constructed as the village store in 1901 and was operated as such until around the turn of the 21st Century when it was converted into a spacious and comfortable house by the present vendor who also constructed a wonderful Sun Room/Dining Area to the rear of the property. Situated in the heart of the village, it has been a much-loved home for nearly 20 years, and may equally suit its next owner as a permanent or second dwelling.

  • Substantial Village Home
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Farmhouse Kitchen with Aga
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • House & En Suite Bathrooms
  • Lovely & Secluded South-Facing Rear Garden
  • Edwardian Features Throughout
  • EPC Rating E
  • Great Views to Burnsall Fell

Unlike many Dales villages, Burnsall has a high level of owner/occupation and this, combined with its strong community spirit, and two renowned hostelries, makes it an popular place of choice to live. It is surrounded by spectacular National Park scenery, including the magnificent Burnsall Fell which is the focal point of the annual Burnsall Feast & Sports. The River Wharfe runs through under the famous Burnsall Bridge, and within the village there is a strongly respected Primary School, Children's Nursery and recently upgraded Village Hall which hosts a wide range of events including the annual pantomime. Grassington is 3.5 miles away, as is Threshfield where there is a Secondary School, although Burnsall is also in the catchment area for the Skipton Grammar Schools, circa 13 miles to the South. 

The Old Post Office is set in the heart of the village and has a lovely sheltered rear garden which faces south and looks up to Burnsall Fell. The accommodation has oil-fired central heating and partial double glazing, is planned over three floors and is described in brief below using approximate room sizes:- 

GROUND FLOOR  

LIVING ROOM 25' x 13' 08" (7.62m x 4.17m) max. Log burning stove on stone hearth. Oak flooring. Radiator. Front entrance. Fitted oak floor-to-ceiling corner cupboard. Two wall light points.  

BOOT ROOM 5' 08" x 4' (1.73m x 1.22m) Cloaks hooks. Door to:- 

CLOAKROOM Two piece white suite comprising low suite w.c. and pedestal hand basin. Oak flooring. Radiator.  

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN 19' 05" x 12' 06" (5.92m x 3.81m) Range of Farrow & Ball painted cupboards with white knob handles, incorporating larder cupboards (one of which houses the central heating boiler). Timber worktops with Belfast sink. Cream-coloured oil-fired Aga with four ovens, two hobs and plate warmer. Stone-flagged flooring. Radiator. 

SUN LOUNGE 20' 07" x 9' 09" (6.27m x 2.97m) - a fabulous addition to the main house, providing seating and dining spaces with windows to three sides, taking in a lovely southerly view to Burnsall Fell. Exposed rafters. Oak flooring. Two radiators. Two picture lights. Door to garden.  

SNUG 12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m) A cosy winter room with log-burning stove in painted period cast-iron surround. Ceiling coving. Fitted shelving. Radiator. 

SIDE HALLWAY Staircase to first floor with storage cupboard beneath. Radiator. Oak flooring. Door to side.  

FIRST FLOOR  

LANDING Open spindle balustrade. Radiator. Staircase to second floor.  

BEDROOM ONE 19' x 12' 02" (5.79m x 3.71m) Painted period cast-iron fireplace. Picture rail and ceiling coving. Two windows to the south with fabulous long-range view over farm buildings to the fields and fells. Radiator. Walk-in wardrobe measuring 6' x 5'4" with shelving and hanging rails. Door to:- 

EN SUITE BATHROOM Four piece white suite comprising:- enamelled bath with fixed overhead shower and glass shower screen; Heritage hand basin on ornate cast-iron stand; bidet; low suite w.c. Fitted shelving. Ceiling coving. Oak flooring. Painted half panelled walls.  

BEDROOM TWO 14' 02" x 11' 10" (4.32m x 3.61m) Leaded windows to two sides with stone lintels. Period cast-iron fireplace. Picture rail and ceiling coving.  

BEDROOM THREE 14' 06" x 12' 07" (4.42m x 3.84m) Leaded window with stone lintels. L-shaped range of fitted wardrobes. Period cast-iron painted fireplace. Picture rail and ceiling coving.  

BATHROOM Three piece white suite comprising:- enamel bath with fixed overhead shower and glass shower screen; hand basin on vanity unit; low suite w.c. with concealed cistern. Fitted shelving. Oak half-panelled walls and flooring.  

SECOND FLOOR  

BEDROOM FOUR 17' 04" x 10' 07" (5.28m x 3.23m) plus eaves storage on either side and fitted wardrobes to one end. Open balustrade to staircase. Radiator. Gable window and two roof windows. Door to:- 

CLOAKROOM Two piece white suite comprising pedestal hand basin and low suite w.c.  

OUTSIDE A passageway down the side of The Old Post Office leads to the rear garden which is easily-manageable and fully-enclosed within high stone walling to give a lovely secluded south-facing sitting out area. There is a stone-flagged patio, gravelling and well-stocked herbaceous beds, with a fruit-bearing apple tree and a brick OUTBUILDING measuring 9'1" x 7'2. There is a well-screened oil tank and external lighting and water. To the front, the property owns the pavement flags. 

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 F. 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 On entering the village from Grassington, go down the hill and past the Church and primary school on your left. Just after the left-hand corner, The Old Post Office will be found on the left-hand side, identified by our For Sale board.