Barn Conversion - Scow Hall, Bratt Lane, Norwood | Asking Price Of £795,000
Wilman and Lodge are delighted to place onto the open market Scow Hall, a STUNNING STONE BUILT double fronted GRADE II STAR COUNTRY RESIDENCE surrounded by open countryside and enjoying magnificent FAR REACHING VIEWS. Scow Hall is steeped in history with a wealth of charm and character throughout with A WALLED GARDEN to the front with terraced garden to the rear both adjoining BEAUTIFUL OPEN COUNTRYSIDE and enjoying breathtaking views across the Washburn Valley. Scow Hall enjoys a rural location but lies on the outskirts of Harrogate enjoying quick and easy links.
PROPERTY DETAILS Wilman and Lodge are delighted to place onto the open market Scow Hall, a stunning stone built double fronted Grade II star country residence surrounded by beautiful open countryside and enjoying magnificent far reaching views. The property has over recent times undergone extensive renovation with no expense spared however, due to unforeseen circumstances, the property is now back on the market without the full completion of works. Although the background work has been done, the finishing and some visual aspects have yet to be completed giving the new owners an exciting opportunity to put their stamp on this lovely family home. The property is approached by a farm track, there is a cattle grid which denotes a private drive providing ample on site parking and enjoying a delightful garden. Scow Hall is steeped in history with a wealth of charm and character throughout which only an internal inspection will reveal. Including: entrance hall, stunning sitting room with superb original inglenook fireplace, feature open stone steps to an enormous breathtaking master bedroom with exposed roof trusses, stone fireplace with wood burning stove, access into an en suite shower room, (although plumbed the suite is not there) there is a further sitting room, dining kitchen, office/gym leading to a utility room and wet room. A second staircase leads to a half landing providing a spacious bathroom, landing leading to a further stunning double bedroom with access to two further bedrooms which the present owners were going to make into one large bedroom. Outside: Walled garden to the front with terraced garden to the rear both adjoining beautiful open countryside enjoying breathtaking views across the Washburn Valley. Scow Hall enjoys a rural location in the stunning village of Norwood with popular pubs and approximately ten minutes away by car from the market town of Otley and twenty minutes away from Harrogate. The larger business centres of North and West Yorkshire are within easy commuting distance. Scow Hall offers fabulous reservoir walks and countryside bike rides on your doorstep with breathtaking views.
For those looking for a stunning home in a breathtaking location ready for the final touches then this could be for you.
Briefly the central heated and double glazed accommodation comprises:
STUNNING SPACIOUS ENTRANCE HALL With stone floor which has underfloor heating, exposed beams, panelled and glazed door with matching side panels leading to the rear, recessed lighting.
MAIN SITTING ROOM 27' 2" x 17' 8" (8.28m x 5.38m) with the original feature wall to wall Inglenook fire place with recessed woodburning stove on a stone hearth, two bread ovens, two sets of mullioned windows, exposed beams to the ceiling, recessed lighting, stone feature floor with underfloor heating, feature stone steps lead to a spacious half landing with mullioned window with breathtaking views, exposed stone work, panelled and glazed door leading to the rear, open stone and oak staircase leading to master bedroom.
INNER HALL With open staircase leading to the first floor, useful storage area, panelled and glazed door leading to the rear.
FAMILY KITCHEN 17' 9" x 14' 11" (5.41m x 4.55m) with a range of oak effect wall and base units with stainless steel sink and drainer unit with chrome taps, electric cooker point, provisions for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher, exposed stonework and beams, mullioned windows with far reaching views.
LIVING ROOM 13' 1" x 18' 4" (3.99m x 5.59m) with inset wood burning stove, front and rear mullioned windows enjoying stunning countryside views, ceiling light.
OFFICE/SNUG 12' 9" x 11' 8" (3.89m x 3.56m) with Velux window, panelled and glazed door leading to the
UTILITY ROOM With Belfast style sink, chrome mixer tap, mullioned window, panelled door to the front, stone floor, ceiling light.
WET ROOM With walk in shower, wash hand basin together with low suite WC.
SPACIOUS HALF LANDING With side elevation window, exposed stonework and beams, stone floor, panelled and glazed door leading to the rear, open oak and stone staircase leading to
MASTER BEDROOM 21' 1" x 18' 11" (6.43m x 5.77m) this truly spectacular room enjoys a stone fireplace with recessed working stove on a stone hearth, three sets of exposed roof trusses, exposed stone wall with beams, two Velux windows plus two mullioned windows with stunning countryside views.
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM This has all the plumbing but no suite, exposed roof trusses, mullioned window with spectacular views, solid oak floor, useful storage under the eaves.
SECOND OPEN STAIRCASE LEADING TO
LARGE BATHROOM Containing a three piece white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin together with low suite WC, Velux window, exposed beams, ceiling light.
BEDROOM TWO 13' 5" x 18' 11" (4.09m x 5.77m) with exposed roof trusses and beams, mullioned window with stunning views, two Velux windows, useful storage.
BEDROOM THREE 13' 6" x 9' 2" (4.11m x 2.79m) with mullioned window with window seat, exposed roof trusses, built in double wardrobe, celing light.
BEDROOM FOUR 13' 6" x 7' 3" (4.11m x 2.21m) (THIS WAS GOING TO FORM PART OF BEDROOM THREE)
with mullioned window, exposed roof trusses, ceiling light.
OUTSIDE The property is approached by a farm track that splays to the left from where a cattle grid denotes a private walled drive with concealed lighting, ample on site parking, delightful garden to the front adjoining open countryside whilst the rear enjoys a terraced lawned garden again adjoining open countryside.