Guide Price £700,000 - £750,000.
Gaisgill Farm is an impressive Grade II Listed Farmhouse set on the edge of the village of Gaisgill.
Gaisgill is a small hamlet in the Eden Valley now part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Gaisgill is just off the main A685 route from Brough to Tebay having excellent travel links via road, with the M6, being just a 1.5 mile drive away. There is also nearby train station, from Kirkby Stephen on the Settle - Carlisle line. There are excellent walks and views from the doorstep.
The property sits prominently at the top of the village. Gaisgill Farm dates back to 1722 and boasts a wealth of features including exposed roof timbers, sash windows and stone staircase. The property is in need of full renovation, remaining untouched for many years.
The accommodation is spacious, split over three floors. On the ground floor is a rear dining kitchen and large sitting room to the front. Upstairs are four good bedrooms and the family bathroom. On the third floor are a further three bedrooms and a shower room.
Externally, to the rear are a good range of outbuildings, there is a large stone barn which has been extended over time and would offer great development potential (subject to necessary planning permissions). There is another stone barn with fold yard, this has access into two of the fields. A tin sheet workshop would also make an ideal stable/wood store if required.
There is around 8 acres of meadow/pasture land which sits to the North and West of Gaisgill and runs alongside the minor road to the South.
Ground floor of farmhouse
Rear door. Window to the side.
Ground floor WC
Lean to ground floor WC. Wash basin.
Stone staircase. Under stairs cupboard.
Dining Kitchen 3.80m x 3.73m (12'6" x 12'3")
Rear dining kitchen. Quarry tiled flooring. Basic range of wall and base units. Integrated electric oven. Plumbing for dishwasher. Built in wall cupboard. Two windows to the rear and side.
Sitting Room 9.14m x 4.95m (30' x 16'3")
Lovely, large front room. Stone flagged floor. Exposed ceiling beams. Fireplace housing an open fire. 2 Wall niches. Front door. Windows to the front and rear. Small window to the rear with a stone surround. Front stable door.
Open porch. Front door.
Boiler room 4.04m x 2.97m (13'3" x 9'9")
External room. Oil tank. Broken oil fired central heating boiler. Plumbing for washing machine.
Airing cupboard. Staircase to second floor. 2 Windows to the side.
Bathroom 2.82m x 2.13m (9'3" x 7')
Basic bathroom. Bath. WC. Wash basin. Shower. Sash window to the side.
Bedroom Four 3.96m x 2.74m (13' x 9')
Rear double bedroom. Window with a view.
Bedroom One 5.03m x 3.66m (16'6" x 12'0")
Large front double bedroom. Wash basin. Sash window to the South with lovely views.
Bedroom Two 3.89m x 3.50m (12'9" x 11'6")
Good double bedroom. Wash basin. Window to the South.
Bedroom Three 5.26m x 3.05m (17'3" x 10'0")
Large double bedroom (over the boiler room). Wash basin. Window to the rear..
Staircase. Exposed ceiling beams. Airing cupboard. Blocked window to the front.
Separate WC. Wash basin. Ceiling beams. Window to the rear.
Shower Room 1.98m x 1.22m (6'6" x 4'0")
Small shower room. Shower cubicle. Wash basin. Window to the rear.
Bedroom Five 5.03m x 2.82m (16'6" x 9'3")
Large double bedroom with a pitched ceiling. Exposed roof timbers. Windows with lovely long distance views to the front and rear.
Bedroom Six 4.11m x 2.80m (13'6" x 9'2")
Front double bedroom. Sloping ceiling. Exposed roof timbers. Window to the front. Blocked window.
Bedroom Seven 5.13m x 3.05m (16'10" x 10'0")
Large double bedroom. Pitched ceiling with exposed timbers. Windows to the North.
Main Barn 12.80m x 5.87m (42' x 19'3")
Huge barn and shippons with development potential (subject to Yorkshire Dales National Park Planning). Upper Floor - Large loft with pitched ceilings and void area, Barn door with porch to the West.Lower Floor:Shippon 1 - Single storey lean to with door to either end and three windows. Shipon 2 - 2 Windows and connecting door.
Store 1 - Two storey attached building.Store 2 - Single storey derelict store.
Tin Sheet Workshop
Tin sheet Workshop / stable. In need of some structural improvements but would make a great stable/ work shop.
Walled, lawned front garden. Garden path to front porch.
Rough drive provides ample parking and turning space for several vehicles.
Approx. 8 Acres of good meadow / pasture land in 3 fields, adjoining the barns. The land runs alongside the minor road to the South with gated access.
Mains water.Septic tank drainage.