Clyde House is a rare opportunity to buy a large house with outbuildings, which have scope to potentially convert, while situated within a village setting.
Spennithorne is a quiet village in Wensleydale with a variety of amenities including a pub, church and primary school with nursery, all within easy access of the local bustling market town of Leyburn, offering a variety of shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes and the post office which is located in the back of the Co-Op, as well as both primary and secondary schools. The nearby village of Harmby, which is within walking distance also has a sports field and children's play area.
The house benefits from double glazing and oil central heating but is ready to be modernised and has huge development potential, subject to the necessary permissions. The accommodation is vast and to the ground floor there are two sitting rooms, a large kitchen dining room, pantry downstairs shower room, dining room, snug and outside utility room. To the first floor there are 5 bedrooms, a bathroom and separate WC.
Externally the property is accessed via a no through road, with ample parking to the front, single garage and garden with lawn and flowerbeds. To the rear is a courtyard and the outbuilding with 5 stores/stables/former butchers shop, offering huge potential for development to create either a self contained annex, extension to the property, or commercial space all subject to necessary planning.
The land which is available by separate negotiation is situated just past the house, up the lane to the rear, which gives both pedestrian and vehicle access. The grazing is approximately, 4.2 acres.A truly unique opportunity to purchase a small holding, in a village setting. Video viewing available.
Front door. Ceramic tile floor. Inner door.
LOUNGE 4.60m x 3.70m (15'1" x 12'2")
Fitted carpet. Fireplace. 2 Radiators. Tv and telephone points. Alcove cupboards. Bay window to front over looking the garden.
SITTING ROOM 4.67m x 3.58m (15'4" x 11'9")
Fitted carpet. Open fireplace. TV point. 2 Radiators. 2 Shelved alcove cupboards. Bay window to front over looking the garden.
KITCHEN DINING ROOM
Dining area 20'7 x 8'3: Carpet tiles. Ceiling spotlights. Radiator. Oil central heating boiler. Shelves. Bay window to front with seating, overlooking the garden. Kitchen: 8'9 x 6'8: Good range of wall and base units. Vinyl flooring. Ceiling spotlights. Neff Built in electric double oven. Miele ceramic hob and extractor. Space for dishwasher. Stainless steel drainer and sink. Radiator. Window to rear.
Vinyl flooring. Shelved cupboard. Coat hooks. Doors to the pantry and shower room. Back door to the courtyard and access to the utility room.
SHOWER ROOM 2.90m x 1.60m (9'6" x 5'3")
Fully tiled walls and floors. Shower cubicle. WC. Washbasin. Extractor fan. Window.
UTILITY ROOM 2.36m x 1.60m (7'9" x 5'3")
Concrete flooring. Shelves. Space for fridge and freezer.
DINING ROOM 4.06m x 2.95m (13'4" x 9'8")
Fitted carpet. Ceiling beam. Alcove with bean and stone cill. Radiator. Window to side.
SNUG 3.73m x 2.92m (12'3" x 9'7")
Fitted carpet. Radiator. Staircase and under stairs storage. Window to the side.
Fitted carpet. Over stairs cupboard. High built in cupboards. Velux window. (There is a problem with the valley gutter, the owners had a builder lined up to fix it, but didn't happen, they have a pump which currently disposes of the water before overflowing.
BEDROOM 1 3.96m x 2.92m (13' x 9'7")
Double bedroom. Fitted carpet. Radiator. 2 Windows, one with views to Middleham.
BEDROOM 2 2.92m x 2.74m (9'7" x 9')
Double bedroom. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe and dressing table. Window to side.
BEDROOM 3 4.00m x 3.43m (13'1" x 11'3")
Front double bedroom. Fitted carpet. 2 Radiators. Built in wardrobes. Window overlooking the garden and village.
Good single bedroom. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Window to front.
BEDROOM 5/STUDY 2.77m x 2.20m (9'1" x 7'3")
Currently a sewing room, which is also ideal for a study. There is a possibility of knocking bedroom 4 and 5 together to make a larger room or one bedroom could become an en-suite. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Window to front overlooking the garden.
BATHROOM 2.67m x 2.40m (8'9" x 7'10")
Bathroom suite in lilac. Fitted carpet. Tiled walls. Bath. Wash basin. Heated towel rail. Window looking towards Middleham.
WC. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Window.
Good sized garden to front with lawn, shrubs, bushes and flower borders. Vegetable garden to the end of the garden, is currently rented on a peppercorn rent of £1 annually and owned by the Spennithorne Parish Council. The area across the stream this is owned by the owner the adjacent property, this is also rented on a peppercorn of £1 annually.
GARAGE 5.46m x 3.07m (17'11" x 10'1")
Single garage with up and over door and side door access. Window to side.
Ample parking for several vehicles, to the front of the property.
The buildings have huge potential and subject to the necessary planning permission, they could be converted to either a self contained annex/ holiday let, home office, a commercial premises or an extension to the house.
STORE 1 & 2 6.10m x 4.27m (20'0" x 14'0")
Store 1 Stable Coal house. Store. sky light. Store 2. Windows front and back and a sky light.
STORE 3 4.70m x 3.30m (15'5" x 10'10")
Wood store. 2 Windows. Sky light. Door to rear.
STORE 4 4.70m x 3.48m (15'5" x 11'5")
Workshop. Sky light. 2 Windows.
Former butchers shop. 2 Windows. Door to front.
Available by separate negotiation. Approximately 4.2 acres grazing land. Accessed up the lane past the house, which gives vehicle and pedestrian access the field. Currently rented out to a farmer for grazing sheep.