Guide Price £160,000 - £180,000
Crows Nest is a charming Dales Cottage set in the Upper Wensleydale market town of Hawes. Nestled in the background in a quiet yet central location this cottage boasts a wealth of original character features including flag stone floors and ceiling beams.
Hawes is a popular Market Town in within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, it has a good range of shops, restaurants, tearooms & pubs. There is an active community with primary school, Church and good Market Hall. There is still a weekly outdoor market, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. There are great walks and wonderful views all around.
The cottage has an open plan living space on the ground floor with stone fireplace housing a wood burning stove and a fitted kitchen with modern fixtures and fittings. Upstairs is a master double bedroom and a recently fitted house bathroom.
The property has recently been modernised, works include a new roof, new windows and door and a new oil fired central heating system have been installed within the last two years. The cottage is in excellent order and has recently been rented out as a holiday let through AirBnB achieving £19,849 in the past year. In the past the cottage has been rented on a long term tenancy, we'd expect this cottage to achieve £500pcm.
Outside is a small low maintenance, South facing patio with a pleasant outlook over open fields.
Crows Nest is an ideal Dales bolt hole, investment property of starter home. Viewing is essential.
Kitchen/ Living Room
Cosy character room. Stone flag flooring. Beam & boarded ceiling. Feature fireplace with wood burning stove. Shelved alcove. Recently fitted kitchen with range of wall and base units. Stainless steel circular sink & drainer. Stainless steel extractor hood. Electric cooker. Plumbing for washing machine. Radiator. Three double glazed window to side and rear with views to open fields. Front door.
Fitted carpet. Staircase. Exposed stone wall with niche.
Spacious double bedroom. Fitted carpet. Loft access. Radiator. Cast iron fireplace. Built in wardrobe. Double glazed window to rear with pleasant outlook.
Recently fitted modern bathroom. Fully tiled. Ceiling spotlights. Large walk in shower cubical. WC. Wash hand basin. Radiator. Shaver point. Double glazed window to side.
South facing, suntrap patio area. Space for outdoor furniture and pots. Oil tank.
Leasehold property. 999 year lease from 2000 with 977 years remaining. No service charge/ground rent. Peppercorn if claimed. Clause in the lease states: "Not to use the Premises for any purpose other than as a private residence". Some solicitors interpret that to limit its use as a holiday let, but the property has been used for a number years as a holiday let.