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Brandymires, Hawes, North Yorkshire
Guide Price £355,000

Key Features

  • Character Mid Terrace Victorian House
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Modern Bathroom
  • Sitting Room with Open Fire
  • Dining Room with Stove
  • Kitchen
  • Sunny Patio Garden to Front
  • Outside Store
  • Spectacular Views
  • Full Time Family Home or Second Home


Room Details


3 Brandymires is an attractive row of Victorian houses in a superb South facing position, in a quiet location on the edge of the popular town of Hawes in Upper Wensleydale. Hawes is a very well-known Dales town within the Yorkshire Dales National Park with a thriving community. Just a short distance from the popular tourist attraction ''The Wensleydale Dairy, which produces famous cheese, and its famous cheese is a favourite of Wallace & Gromit. Hawes, just a 5-minute walk, has a good range of shops, restaurants, tearooms & pubs. There is an active community with a primary school, Church, bank and doctors' surgery. There is still a weekly outdoor market, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. There are great walks and wonderful views to be enjoyed from all around.The house has retained a wealth of original features including stone flagged flooring, fireplaces and a beautiful staircase. The house has high ceilings and good sized rooms that one expects from a house of this age. Facing South and enjoying glorious views over the surrounding countryside, it is a spacious and light home.On the ground floor is a welcoming hallway, beautiful living room with open fire, large dining room with stove and stone flagged flooring, a small but well-appointed adjoining kitchen and a useful rear porch. Upstairs, there are two good double bedrooms, both with decorative original fireplaces and stripped polished floorboards, a further large single/small double bedroom and a lovely house bathroom. Outside, to the front, there is a low maintenance South facing patio garden with superb uninterrupted views. To the rear is a stone built store and bin area. An arrangement to park 1 car on a neighbouring car park is available, for private residents and 2nd home owners, but not for holiday let use.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Front door. Stripped and polished floorboards. Original staircase. Radiator. Under stairs cupboard.

Living Room 3.89m x 3.60m (12'9" x 11'10")

Superb South facing front room. Stripped & Polished floor boards. Open classic Victorian tiled fireplace. Glazed arched alcove cupboard. TV point. Radiator. Large bay window to front with magnificent

Dining Room 4.01m x 3.60m (13'2" x 11'10")

Spacious rear room. Stone flagged floor. Large recess with multi fuel stove. Alcove cupboard. Laundry rail. Original coat hooks. Large sash window to rear. Original back door to porch.

Kitchen 2.97m x 1.68m (9'9" x 5'6")

Stone flagged floor. Quality modern fitted light oak kitchen. Electric cooker. Dishwasher. Built in fridge. Plumbing for washing machine. Window to rear.

Porch 1.60m x 1.02m (5'3" x 3'4")

UPVC Porch. Tiled floor with power and light.

First Floor


Turned staircase. Small inspection loft access.

Bedroom 1 4.34m x 2.95m (14'3" x 9'8")

South facing double bedroom. Fitted carpet. Feature fireplace. Built in wall cupboard. Radiator. Sash window with stunning views.

Bedroom 2 3.66m x 2.90m (12'0" x 9'6")

Pretty rear double bedroom. Stripped and polished floor boards. Feature fireplace. Radiator. Sash window with window seat.

Bedroom 3 3.20m x 2.36m (10'6" x 7'9")

Front good sized single bedroom. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Sash window to South with lovely views.

Bathroom 2.60m x 2.40m (8'6" x 7'10")

Good sized bathroom. Contemporary stylish white suite with bath and shower over. WC. Hand wash basin. Airing cupboard. Traditional radiator with heated towel rail. Frosted sash window.



South facing patio area with magnificent views. Access via 1 Brandymires. Outside light.


Storage shed. Bin Storage. Vehicular right of way for neighbouring properties. Outside light. External oil boiler and oil tank.


Parking is tight, but the owners of 1 Brandymires are prepared to enter into an agreemnt to rent 1 Parking space to private residents or 2nd home owners. Not for holiday rental use. This agreement currently £5/week with 3 months notice on either side.

Owners Notes

3 Brandymires is known as 'Miss Burrows House'. Miss Burrows was born in 1905, died in 2010 and lived in the house for the large part of her 105 years. As a young woman she'd been away to college but returned to Hawes as a qualified teacher to work at the Primary School. Any Hawes resident over a certain age will know Miss Burrows, having been taught by her and, probably, whacked by her, for she was by all accounts a strict teacher as well as a great character and well liked. Her father was a saddler working from home and after her parents died Miss Burrows, who never married, carried on living at the house on her own.Brandymires had been built in the early 1800s. The story is that the owner of the tall house at the end (until recently operated as Brandymires Guest House) had the four adjoining cottages built, one for each of his daughters. They are exceptionally well built and in the front bedroom the cupboard has a full size door but is very shallow. This is said to be where the connecting door to the next cottage once was, but has long been bricked up. Miss Burrows had modernised the house in the 1950s by having electricity and a bathroom installed, but few other changes were made and the house retains many excellent original features, particularly the staircase and doors throughout, and York stone floor in the kitchen and dining room.

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