Detached three bedroom barn conversion with panoramic views near Ingleton, Lancashire
Detached three bedroom barn conversion, converted to Builders Regulations, under Building Control and Planning Enforcement, from a redundant farm building and completed in 2006. Cod Bank Barn enjoys an elevated position on the fringe of the Yorkshire Dales midway between Ingleton and Clapham.
Detailed care and a high specification have gone into the sympathetic conversion of the original building and the barn is now a substantial home with internal workspace. Gardens on three sides and unrivalled panoramic views over open countryside.
Sealed unit double glazed half-timber entrance door into entrance hall. Understairs storage cupboard. Staircase to first floor. Door to workspace.
Shower stall. Low level WC. Pedestal hand wash basin. Extractor fan. Fully tiled walls. C H radiator.
Dining kitchen (4.55m x 2.92m / 14'11'' x 9'7'')
Double glazed window to front elevation. Double glazed window to rear elevation. Range of wall and base fitted kitchen units, with display cupboard and laminated worksurface. Duel fuel range cooker with extractor fan over. One and a half bowl porcelain sink with mixer tap. C H radiator.
Dining room / bedroom four (3.48m x 3.48 / (11'5'' x 11'5'')
Double glazed windows to the side and rear elevations. Built in wardrobe. Wall light. C H radiator.
Workspace (6.05m x 6.05m / (19'10'' x 19'10'')
Double glazed windows and door set into the original barn door entrance open to the rear elevation with far-reaching panoramic views. Double glazed window to side elevation. Oak effect laminate floor. Two CH radiators.
Office area - Double glazed window to rear elevation CH radiator.
Boiler room - Housing the pressurised central heating system.
Cloakroom - With low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first floor landing.
Fitted laminated worktop. Wall-mounted central heating boiler. Plumbed for washing machine. Vented for tumble dryer. Shelving to walls.
Lounge (5.08m x 4.55m / 16'8'' x 14'11'')
Double glazed window to rear elevation. Double glazed window to rear elevation. Living flame gas fire. Two TV aerial points. Two telephone points. Exposed beams to ceiling. Two CH radiators.
Bedroom one (4.55m x 3.3m / 14'11'' x 10'10'')
Double glazed window to front elevation. Double glazed window to rear elevation. TV aerial point. Telephone point. Exposed beams to ceiling. Two CH radiators.
Bedroom two (3.30m x 3.30m / 10'10'' x 10'10'')
Double glazed velux style window to ceiling. Feature exposed A frame timbers to wall. Two wall lights. Two CH radiators.
Bedroom three (2.72m x 2.18m / 8'11'' x 7'2'')
Double glazed velux style window to ceiling. Exposed ceiling beams. Telephone point. CH radiator.
Panelled bath. Pedestal hand wash basin. Low level WC. Exposed ceiling beams. Ceramic tiles to walls. Chrome towel rail / CH radiator.
The property is approached from the rear elevation through a gate, just alongside Clapham Old Road. Open parking for several vehicles. LPG storage tank.
Stone cobbled area outside the workspace. Lawn to front and sides; the property is enclosed by traditional stone wall and post and rail fenced boundaries. Open farmland beyond and panoramic views to the west.
Please note there is a B1 covenant on this property.
Mains electric, mains water and broadband connection. Drainage is to a private septic tank (In the field to the front of the house). The LPG gas boiler provides central heating and hot water. (VERBAL INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY THE VENDOR)
Seller: William Edward Smith
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