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Under Offer
Great Musgrave, Kirkby Stephen
Asking Price £575,000

Key Features

  • Former Station House
  • Detached Character Property Set In Over 4 Acres Of Land
  • Rural And On Edge Of Village
  • 3/4 Bedrooms
  • Kitchen Diner
  • Lounge/Diner & Study
  • 2 Garages, 2 Workshops, Outbuildings & Summerhouse
  • Trees, Fruit Bushes, Large Vegetable Garden
  • Exceptional Views

Description

Beech Ings is set in just over 4 acres of land in a rural location with the added advantage of being on the edge of the village of Great Musgrave 3 miles from Kirkby Stephen. Kirkby Stephen is an active market town just beyond the northern periphery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The town is just ten miles from junction 38 of the M6 motorway and is well placed for Kendal, Penrith, Appleby and the Lake District. The scenic Settle to Carlisle Railway is on the doorstep and the Coast to Coast footpath runs through. Kirkby Stephen has highly regarded primary and grammar schools as well as a good range of shops, restaurants & pubs, church & chapel and doctors surgery.

Beech Ings provides flexible accommodation with two large double bedrooms downstairs, one with en-suite. Upstairs three are two double rooms and a shower room. There is a kitchen and dining room,snug and a separate lounge/diner. There are two porches which create an ideal boot room and utility area. The property benefits from having double glazing throughout, oil central heating, wood Rayburn providing cooking,heating and hot water. There are also two wood burning stoves in the lounge/diner and the snug.

The former station building and waiting room is currently used as a garage and workshop with steps down into a large room used to preserve the garden fruit and vegetables. With relevant planning this could be developed into an annex. The former stone Weighbridge building is an additional workshop. A summerhouse with power is in a prime location in the garden overlooking the Nine Standards and surrounding hills. There is an additional garage/shed, three outbuildings and a very extensive shed/wood store. To the front there is a paved patio area with raised beds and borders. The old railway is to the rear which is laid to grass with shrubs, trees and a pond. The land is bordered with a beech hedge and is laid to lawn, extensive vegetable garden with fruit bushes and trees. This property would make an ideal family home, ideal for development and investment with scope to develop the annex and erect pods on the land, subject to relevant planning.

Room Details

Description

Guide Price £575,000 To £625,000A unique and rare opportunity to purchase a former Station House which has been occupied by the current owners for 42 years. Beech Ings ceased operating in 1963. Beech Ings was extended 9 years ago incorporating an extra bedroom with ensuite and snug. Tastefully developed to be in keeping with the character of the original Station House, stone faced with mullion windows and copper facades,Beech Ings is set in just over 4 acres of land in a rural location with the added advantage of being on the edge of the village of Great Musgrave 3 miles from Kirkby Stephen. Kirkby Stephen is an active market town just beyond the northern periphery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The town is just ten miles from junction 38 of the M6 motorway and is well placed for Kendal, Penrith, Appleby and the Lake District. The scenic Settle to Carlisle Railway is on the doorstep and the Coast to Coast footpath runs through. Kirkby Stephen has highly regarded primary and grammar schools as well as a good range of shops, restaurants & pubs, church & chapel and doctors surgery. Beech Ings provides flexible accommodation with two large double bedrooms downstairs, one with en-suite. Upstairs three are two double rooms and a shower room. There is a kitchen and dining room,snug and a separate lounge/diner. There are two porches which create an ideal boot room and utility area. The property benefits from having double glazing throughout, oil central heating, wood Rayburn providing cooking,heating and hot water. There are also two wood burning stoves in the lounge/diner and the snug.The former station building and waiting room is currently used as a garage and workshop with steps down into a large room used to preserve the garden fruit and vegetables. With relevant planning this could be developed into an annex. The former stone Weighbridge building is an additional workshop. A summerhouse with power is in a prime location in the garden overlooking the Nine Standards and surrounding hills. There is an additional garage/shed, three outbuildings and a very extensive shed/wood store. To the front there is a paved patio area with raised beds and borders. The old railway is to the rear which is laid to grass with shrubs, trees and a pond. The land is bordered with a beech hedge and is laid to lawn, extensive vegetable garden with fruit bushes and trees. This property would make an ideal family home, ideal for development and investment with scope to develop the annex and erect pods on the land, subject to relevant planning.

GROUND FLOOR

SIDE ENTRANCE 2.74m x 1.35m (9' x 4'5")

Front stone porch with wooden door, and two windows. Carpet. Wooden door leading to entrance hall with window. Radiator. Telephone point. Carpet.

BEDROOM 4 3.73m x 2.84m (12'3" x 9'4")

Currently used as a utility room but previously used as a bedroom prior to extension. Radiator. Window to rear with view of fields and Lakeland Fells. Window to porch. Wooden floor.

CLOAKROOM 1.83m x 1.55m (6'0" x 5'1")

Fitted carpet. Toilet. Sink. Radiator Understairs storage. Window.

LOUNGE DINER 7.77m x 2.84m (25'6" x 9'4")

Very large welcoming room. Wooden floor. Wood burning stove on flagged hearth. Part wooden walls and part wooden ceiling. Three windows. Three radiators. Stone feature fireplace.

KITCHEN 3.30m x 2.30m (10'10" x 7'7")

Vinyl flooring. Part tiled walls. Wooden ceiling. Pine wall and base units. Formica worksurface. Electric cooker. Stainless steel sink .Archway to dining room.

DINING ROOM 4.22m x 3.07m (13'10" x 10'1")

Fitted carpet. Wood Rayburn set in stone arch. Wooden cupboard.

SNUG 3.23m' x 3.15m

Set in new extension. Tiled floor. Wood burning stove on flagged hearth. Part stone wall. Patio doors to and side window to rear garden.

MASTER BEDROOM 5.44m x 4.27m (17'10" x 14'0")

Very large double. Fitted carpet. Wooden ceiling. Radiator. TV and telephone point. Large feature window and side window with views overlooking Lakeland Fells.

PANTRY 2.54m x 1.63m (8'4" x 5'4")

Cork flooring. Base units with worksurface. Part tiled walls. Window to porch.

PORCH 1.52m x 1.40m (5' x 4'7")

Vinyl flooring. Worksurface. Wooden ceiling. UPVC door and window.

STORE 1 1.57m x 1.35m (5'2" x 4'5")

With oil central heating boiler.

STORE 2 1.57m x 0.97m (5'2" x 3'2")

Useful external store

STORE 3 2.62m x 2.20m (8'7" x 7'3")

Larger external store.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING

Split landing with window. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Steps up to shower room.

SHOWER ROOM 2.72m x 1.75m (8'11" x 5'9")

Vinyl flooring. Shower cubicle with electric shower. Wall mounted sink. Toilet. Wall mounted electric heater. Light/shaver point. Wooden ceiling. Loft access. Window.

BEDROOM 2 3.63m x 3.30m (11'11" x 10'10")

Double bedroom. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Window to rear with view of Lakeland Fells.

BEDROOM 3 3.23m x 2.95m (10'7" x 9'8")

Fitted carpet. Part wooden walls. Radiator. Window to front overlooking fields.

OUTSIDE

GARAGE/WORKSHOP 9.22m x 5.13m (30'3" x 16'10")

Former station building and waiting room. Flagged and concrete floor. Two double wooden doors. Loft storage. Power and water. Steps down to Preserve room. Windows to side and rear.

PRESERVE ROOM 5.26m x 3.18m (17'3" x 10'5")

Carpet tiled floor. worksurface. Sink and drainer. Shelving. Window overlooking garden.

PORCH

Door to sunroom. Door to garden

SUNROOM 2.80m x 1.37m (9'2" x 4'6")

Exceptional view of garden and surrounding hills and of Nine Standards.

WORKSHOP 3.05m x 2.44m (10'0" x 8'0")

A former Weighbridge Office. Currently used as workshop. Mullion windows.

SHED/GARAGE 4.27m x 3.35m (14'0" x 11')

Double wooden doors.

SUMMERHOUSE 3.94m x 1.93m (12'11" x 6'4")

Veranda and wooden decking. Wooden floor. Window to rear with shutters. Patio doors to front. At raised level overlooking gardens and hills. With power.

SHED AND WOODEN STORE 9.14m x 6.10m (30' x 20'0")

Large storage shed in 3 sections

GARDEN AND LAND

FRONT

Access Beech Ings through large wooden gate with small wooden kissing gate to side. Extensive driveway with cobbled border. There is a paved patio area at the front of the property with raised flower beds with shrubs.

REAR

The old railway is to the rear which is laid to grass with trees and shrubs and a pond, a great attraction to wildlife.

The extent of the land is bordered with a Beech hedge very apt for the name of the property. The land and garden has been exceptionlly developed and maintainted. With lawns, trees, fruit bushes and extensive vegetable garden. Viewing essential to appreciate the wonder of Beech Ings.

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