39 King Street
Whalley
Lancashire
01254 828922

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£1,421,000
5 bedroom House
Moorber Lane, Coniston Cold, Skipton, BD23




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Key Features

  • A stunning 5 bedroom home set in a delightful rural location
  • The accommodation extends to almost 5,000sq ft of living space
  • Excellent location for commuting to West Yorkshire and East Lancashire.
  • Garden, walled courtyard garden, triple garage and ample off-road parking
  • Three stables located adjacent to the indoor arena.
  • Full size stone built equestrian centre with viewing gallery
  • Garden, meadows and woodland totalling 12 acres
  • Idyllic rural location yet only 5 minutes from the A65 trunk road

A stunning and substantial 5 bedroom family home set within a delightful rural landscape in a private location on the outskirts of Skipton. Extensive out door space with paddocks and woodland extending to approximately 12 acres, three car garaging, stabling, and equestrian centre, circa 7686sq.ft. Inspection advised.



Brocks Barn is a stunning property constructed in 2006 by Ilkley based developer Landmarks (UK) Limited. Set within a very private location this property provides a superb blend of contemporary country living within a traditional and substantial building of stone construction


There are an abundance of quality features including full length handmade oak windows, slate and oak floors, impressive staircase and joinery features and substantial rooms providing ample living accommodation. There is also a data network which links the whole of the property.

The property is approached via a country lane which meanders through the rolling pastures of the Craven Drumlin Hills before branching off onto a private road that leads to the gated entrance. A large gravelled courtyard area gives access to the main house, garage block and gardens with an additional gated tarmac driveway giving access to the stable block & Indoor riding arena, along with the private woodland and meadows attached to the property.


The property briefly comprises:-

Impressive entrance hall with stone floor, cloak room with modern fittings, inner hallway leading to a sizable lounge, with solid oak floor and feature fireplace with multi fuel stove. Adjacent to the lounge is a study / playroom again with oak floor and windows to the front elevation. A separate dining room has access off the hallway and is located next to the open plan kitchen / dayroom. This room is large and well lit with picture windows overlooking the woodland to the rear.

The oak kitchen by Milestone Designs of Ilkley is extensive with all modern appliances built in: A double Belfast sink, granite worktops and a central island unit. There is a large two oven oil fired Aga with additional electric ovens, grill and hob along with a bespoke feature fused glass splashback by The House of Ugly Fish. The day room is open to the kitchen and provide extensive entertaining space and has a feature stone fireplace with Morso multi fuel stove. There is a large utility room with underfloor heating, plumbing for appliances and a cupboard housing the smart central vacuum system.

To the first floor there is a master bedroom with split level dressing room and en suite bathroom. There are four further double bedrooms two with en suite facilities and a spacious house bathroom.

Externally the current owners have, over recent years carried out a programme of meticulous planting of native wildflowers, trees and hedgerows to create a wildlife haven.

In all there are 12 acres of land consisting of three fenced and gated wildflower hay meadows bordered with tree shelter belts and native hedgerows. The main meadow incorporates a one acre natural spring fed pond with reed bed and marginal bog planting. In addition there is a large area of mixed deciduous and conifer woodland which gives shelter to the property from the prevailing winds.

A superb well stocked garden surrounds the property with walled courtyard garden, well stocked herbaceous borders, lawned areas, mature hedging, wildflower chalk bank, raised vegetable beds and several seating/entertainment areas.

A six barred gate leads to a gravel parking area for several vehicles and to a: Substantial three Garage Block of stone construction lying under a stone pitched roof with gardeners store and oil tank storage room. There are three former stables at the rear of the garage currently used as storage.

In addition there is a substantial stone building extending to 7686 sq.ft. set up as an impressive equestrian centre and viewing gallery with attached W.C. and office area, there is electric power and water in this building.

Brocks Barn occupies a superb rural sheltered position within the exclusive development of Stainton Cotes which is 1.5 miles from the delightful unspoilt hamlet of Coniston Cold and within a special landscape area on the southern fringe of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The property is within commuting distance of the thriving financial city of Leeds, and the attractive market town of Skipton is about 8 miles.

The railway station at Gargrave, approximately 3.5 miles away, connects with the mainline services giving access to London stations, the rest of the UK and beyond. There are regular flights from Leeds/Bradford International Airport approximately 22 miles distant. The nearby market town of Skipton is well known as a shopping centre with its colourful market and a variety of interesting pubs, restaurants and facilities. The area offers some of the finest schools in the country. Within a short distance of Skipton are the many attractions and scenic delights of the Yorkshire Dales and Ribble Valley.

Brocks Barn is located on a Private Access Road and viewing is strictly by arrangement with the sole agent.

The property is connected to mains electricity with oil fired central heating and dual powered hot water system. There is a private borhole water supply via a filtration system and drainage is to a private waste treatment plant. Craven Borough Council Tax Band - H

39 King Street
Whalley
Lancashire
01254 828922

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