Apartment 7, Eshton Hall, EshtonPrice: £395,000Contact: Carter Jonas, tel: 01423 523423, www.carterjonas.co.uk
This first-floor apartment is part of grade II listed Eshton Hall, which sits in parkland just outside the village of Gargrave, near Skipton.
The building has an impressive communal entrance hall and staircase to first floor. The apartment, which has fantastic views, has a reception hall with storage cupboards, sitting room, dining room and kitchen.
The principal bedroom has an en-suite shower room and there is a second double bedroom and bathroom.
The property comes with two allocated parking spaces, a potting shed and additional visitor parking. There is also use of the Communal gardens and grounds, which extend to around 2.7 acres.
Eshton Hall is one of the finest country houses in the area and was built in the 1820s for local MP, Baron Sir Matthew Wilson. It was converted in 2005 to form eight apartments with a further courtyard development of 10 homes.
Well in excess of £1 million was spent on a new roof, new lead work, remedial works to address defects and a new surface water drain
Eshton Hall is just over a mile to the north of the popular. The village has a range of facilities and a railway station with provides services to Skipton and Leeds
Apartment 5, Gargrave House, Gargrave
Contact: Carter Jonas, tel: 01423 523423, www.carterjonas.co.uk
Gargrave House occupies a discreet position on the edge of Gargrave, surrounded by mature parkland and open countryside.
It was originally built in 1917 by the distinguished Scottish architect James Dunn, who also designed a number of important buildings in Edinburgh. The house has been converted into 12 apartments and apartment five is on the first floor with a south and east facing aspect.
There is an impressive communal entrance hall with stairs and a lift to the upper floors. Apartment 5 has a large sitting/dining room, breakfast kitchen, two large bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate shower room.
It has two parking spaces and use of the communal gardens.