Lowgate Lane, Sawley
A most attractive detached barn conversion, offering extremely flexible, beautifully presented accommodation. The property cleverly combines rustic features, such as exposed beams and trusses, exposed stone work and solid oak, tiled and travertine floors together with modern features including en-suite shower rooms and Shaker style kitchen with integrated appliances and range style oven.
In addition to the main house there is a very useful annexe considered ideal for a dependant relative, guest wing, teenager or work from home space. The annexe adjoins the garage which adjoins the main house and could therefore be adapted, subject to complying to the necessary consents.
The property is approached via a gravelled driveway providing ample parking and turning space with the gardens being laid predominantly to lawn with paved seating areas.
Lowgate Lane is situated in the popular village of Sawley which supports a public house and has schooling for all age groups within close proximity. The neighbouring village of Grantley is home to Grantley Hall which is currently under construction to provide one of the region's premier leisure facilities, including hotel rooms and restaurants. Being situated between Ripon and Harrogate both centres are easily accessible as are the delightful walks of Nidderdale and the North Yorkshire Moors. Famed originally for its proximity to Fountains Abbey the village is thought to have been the main source of stone for its construction.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property, heating is via an oil fired central heating system.
Leaving Harrogate via the A61 Ripon Road proceed through Killinghall to the second Ripley roundabout, take the second exit onto the Pateley Bridge Road. After approximately one mile, turn right signposted Bishop Thornton and follow the road for approximately five miles. Turn left into the village of Sawley, once in the centre of the village, turn right onto Lowgate Lane, follow the road for approximately half a mile and turn right up the driveway, Theakstone Barn will be seen as a left-hand turn off the main driveway.
24th October 2018.
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