A five bedroom country house in Swaledale has gone on the market for offers over £1,100,000
The Old Parsonage, which dates back to 1846, is situated on the edge of Low Row.
John Coleman, head of country house sales at GSC Grays, said: “The property has been sympathetically renovated retaining its historic charm. Many of its original features remain, including the traditional doors, stone flagged flooring, exposed timber floorboards, an original staircase, wood panelling, ceiling roses, attractive fireplaces, timber shutters, and sash windows.
“The outstanding views are showcased by dual aspect windows to maximise the effect of the picturesque surroundings.”
The accommodation, which has four bathrooms, is laid out in a traditional Georgian Style, with an entrance hall leading to the three reception rooms, ground floor bathroom and breakfast room. The kitchen features fitted units made by Neptune, with leathered granite work surfaces and an Aga. There is also a separate baking room, with matching Neptune units and links to a formal dining room.
The Old Parsonage has five spacious double bedrooms, two with en-suite shower rooms. The principal bedroom has a contemporary shower room, which is laid out in a Jack and Jill style.
The ground floor benefits from a high-quality bathroom with a free standing roll top bath. The lower ground floor has a spacious games room and large boot room with access to the main garden situated to the side.
The property has a substantial lawn and enclosed raised terrace, with a summer house to enjoy the stunning views.
The Old Parsonage is currently on the market with GSC Grays with a guide price of £1,100,000.