Field House: magnificent stone, 4/5 bed detached, + annex, 2 acre fields Yorkshire Dales

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Field House is a magnificent, stone built, 4/5 bedroom, detached country home, perfectly positioned in an unspoilt corner of the Dales National Park, yet within easy reach of Grassington. It enjoys stunning scenery from all elevations, with sunny seated areas throughout the day, and set in two acres of glorious countryside, currently used as a farm of animals to help children coping with any sort of a life challenge. This wonderful home has been subject to significant improvement over the years and the addition of a superb extension, a shining example of how, with a little thought, charm and character can be retained and blended seamlessly with the new.

This super home also boasts Betty’s Bothy, a separate annexe with kitchen area, wet room, double bed; which could bring in an extra income, could provide accommodation for relatives or separate accommodation for a family member.

Inside the house includes: large entrance porch, superb kitchen with breakfast room, utility room and shower room, living/dining room, which has a feature ceiling and open staircase, leading to the first floor, with further sitting room and garden room/office. You will also find bedroom four/office on this floor.

To the first floor is the house bathroom and three further double bedrooms, the master enjoys an ensuite and balcony with views over the land and gardens.

Outside: large parking area from drive with electric gate, single garage, delightful well-manicured gardens around the house with pond, hot tub, BBQ area, green house and raised beds. The property is surrounded by its three fields, all with additional access to the main road.

The horse box is currently in an adjoining field with access and there is the potential to rent two additional adjoining fields.

There are two stone field barns with power, one used as a stable with adjacent tack room (with water), the other also has power and is used as a tractor shed, several wooden field shelters, two small copses, a duck pond and hen run.

There are 18 solar panels on the roof.