Reception Rooms: 4
Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Nether House is in a peaceful and convenient countryside location. The property provides a unique opportunity to acquire a wonderful, detached, 4 bedroom home in beautiful surroundings, which has the added benefit of income potential. Immaculately presented, this former vicarage dates back in parts to the mid 1700’s and has been extended and developed since to provide a spacious and well equipped home that has been thoughtfully and carefully enhanced. Set in around half an acre of mature gardens, this property provides flexible living accommodation over two floors; the main part of the house benefits from 3 excellent reception rooms, kitchen and study, with three bedrooms, one of which is en-suite and a bathroom to the first floor. The property also benefits from an integrated music system in six rooms. Connected to the main house, and with the flexibility to serve as additional living space or be separated off to form a one bedroom annexe, there is a further open plan living area, with separate external access, utility room and large bedroom and bathroom to the first floor. Plentiful parking and a detached double garage
further enhance this superb home.
Killington, being only 4 miles from both J37 to the west and Sedbergh to the east, and Oxenholme Railway station only a 20 minute drive away, is ideally placed for those seeking an idyllic countryside location with the convenience of an excellent choice of local amenities and easy access to the M6, Kendal and the Lake District. A vast network of footpaths run from nearly the doorstep and allow for plenty of adventure and opportunity to enjoy the surrounding, picturesque landscape. Nearby Sedbergh is a popular, bustling town with the renowned independent Sedbergh School at the heart. At the foot of the Howgills this pretty town offers a variety of independent shops, eateries and places of interest whilst also
affording local people the comfort of practical amenities such as doctors, dentists, good schooling and a convenience store. This property will be extremely popular with a wide range of purchasers due to its location, versatility and finish; not only make a superb family home, but equally a highly desirable proposition to a couple who wish to work from home, or indeed generate an income, subject to consent, from the annexe.
The private, tarmac drive and parking area has plentiful space for parking and turning and leads around the side of the house to the spacious double garage with integral workshop. The majority of the outside space at Nether House is to the rear, south facing, and in the form of delightful, natural, mature gardens that provide excellent foliage and colour throughout the year. Bordered by a small beck, the gardens also feature a pond, vegetable plot and gravelled areas for al fresco dining and a number of useful structures including; a greenhouse, wooden shed, stone built wood store and coal shed.
Mains electric & water
Private septic tank drainage
LPG gas central heating
Council Tax Band