Work is required but these Dales properties have potential. Sharon Dale reports
Crow Nest, Austwick
Contact: Dacre, Son and Hartley, Settle, tel: 01729 823921, www.dacres.co.uk
Miss Haversham would feel quite at home in this grade two listed farmhouse, which is derelict and in need of complete renovation.
While Crow Nest offers a project, the work involved should be well worthwhile as the property is substantial and sits in an idyllic spot.
The price includes the grade II listed farmhouse, along with a range of outbuildings, including barns, garages and a small cottage. The grounds extend to approximately 1.65 acres.
The farmhouse has been in the same family for over 60 years and was last lived in 17 years ago. It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, three reception rooms and a kitchen. To the front of the property are what were formal gardens and there is a side garden bordered by a substantial stone wall.
The property is connected to a private, shared water supply and has recently has had two new electrical supply on site. Drainage is to a septic tank and there is no mains gas available.
Austwick is close to Settle and has a primary school, sports ground, traditional inn, shop and church.
11 Ribblesdale Estate, Long Preston
Contact: Neil Wright, tel: 01729 825219, www.neilwrightestateagents.co.uk
This timber, semi-detached house is in a stunning position on Ribblesdale Estate on the edge of Long Preston. It has outstanding views to the rear across open countryside.
The price reflects the work that needs doing to the property and the fact that it has a local occupancy clause attached. This means that only those who either live or work in the surrounding area can buy it. The house has Upvc double glazed windows, gas fired central heating and is connected to mains services.
On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall, bathroom, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, utility room and store room. On the first floor, there are two bedrooms. Outside, there are large gardens to the front, along with parking for several vehicles. There is also a side and rear garden.
Long Preston is four miles from Settle. It has two pubs, a school, a post office, shop and tearoom and a village hall.