With some of the finest views across the Lune Valley towards Hornby Castle and Ingleborough, Belle Vue Farmhouse with over 2637 square feet of living accommodation offers the perfect balance between character, charm and space. A five bedroom period farmhouse set in the idyllic, picture book hamlet of Gressingham, it is sure to appeal to a wide range of people looking for accommodation in a tranquil position but with relatively straightforward access for the commuting professional to Lancaster, the University and either Junction 34 or 35 of the M6. The accommodation comprises four separate reception rooms, three bathrooms, an intelligently designed kitchen/breakfast room and a useful utility area. The key internal features of the property include a stunning first floor reception room which takes full advantage of the breathtaking views, the room proportions which offer the perfect family home/entertaining space. Externally the property benefits from a substantial plot and offers a range of out buildings including a traditional outhouse, double garage, storage room, studio and greenhouse. With garden on three sides, there are lawns, vegetable plots, apple trees and flower borders all providing a background to wonderful views. Additional features include superfast B4RN broadband, sophisticated heating and high energy efficiency, generating a healthy income: solar pv and thermal panels a pellet boiler, extensive internal insulation, a functioning burglar alarm and majority hard wood double glazing. The property has been lovingly restored and maintained over the course of the past twenty years by the present owners. Part of the ground floor could be used as semi independent accommodation. Contact our office as soon as possible to arrange your viewing visit.
The front entrance hall with a wooden glazed front door and solid oak flooring is lovely with attractive shelving and and stairs leading to the first floor and a window looking out over the Lune valley. There are two double radiators, a mains wired smoke alarm and a useful under stairs storage cupboard.
4.27m x 3.76m (14 x 12'4)
With windows to the side and front and outstanding views and a continuation of the solid oak flooring, the room is delightful for holding festive meals. Double panel radiator and electricity points.
6.76m x 3.63m (22'2 x 11'11)
A bespoke solid oak farmhouse kitchen intelligently designed and fitted by H & M of Ingleton, comprising oak wall and base units with marble work top surfaces, tiled splash backs and soft close doors and drawers. This is complemented by a feature centre island, an inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer, an electric oven and hob and ceiling down lighting and light points. Ample space for a large table. Additional features include a floor to ceiling window to the rear along with an additional window to the side, two double panel radiators and tiled flooring.
3.15m x 3.05m (10'4 x 10)
A very useful additional utility space with work top surfaces, a feature Belfast style sink, wall cupboards and space for fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The room has a wooden door to the side, a window to the rear, electricity points and a built in unit housing the PV solar panel meter.
With a wooden single glazed door to the rear, hardwood flooring and a double panel radiator.
3.56m x 3.15m (11'8 x 10'4)
With double glazed windows to the front with more outstanding views across the Lune Valley, a double radiator, fitted shelving, a ceiling light point and electricity points.
A three piece shower suite comprising a walk in shower, a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash backs and a low flush WC. A single radiator, window to the rear, extractor fan and a vanity mirror with over lighting and shaver point.
4.04m x 3.51m (13'3 x 11'6)
The room has windows including a floor to ceiling window looking with stunning views over the front garden towards Hornby. Additionally a feature multi fuel burning stove, a double radiator, TV and electricity points.
3.68m x 2.69m (12'1 x 8'10)
With windows to the side and rear, a double radiator, electricity points and fitted wardrobes.
With a double radiator, reclaimed pine flooring, a mains wired smoke alarm, electricity points and an over head loft access point with drop down ladder.
7.52m x 4.42m (24'8 x 14'6)
A stunning room with windows to the front taking full advantage of the panoramic views as well as additional windows to the side, a feature wood burning stove with a stone hearth and surround, exposed ceiling beams, reclaimed pine flooring, double panel radiators, row large areas of built in wooden shelving, TV and electricity points.
3.00m x 2.92m (9'10 x 9'7)
Leading off the sitting room is another thoughtfully designed space with windows to the side and rear as well as a part glazed roof, pine flooring and a double radiator. A favourite place to sit and read, and wonderful evening light.
A four piece bathroom suite in white comprising a wood panel bath, a built in wash hand basin and WC and a walk in shower. There is a window looking out over the rear garden, a wall mounted, mirrored vanity unit and both ceiling and wall side lights.
3.63m x 3.15m (11'11 x 10'4)
The room looks over fields to the Lune valley and has a single radiator and electricity points
3.12m x 2.72m (10'3 x 8'11)
With a window on to the rear garden, a single radiator and electricity points.
3.99m x 3.56m and 4.01m x 3.63m (13'1" x 11'8" and
A lovely main bedroom with views to the front across the Lune Valley and to the side to Ingleborough. With a double radiator and electricity points. The linked, spacious bathroom looks over the garden and has a feature claw foot bath set against wood shelving, a low flush WC, a pedestal wash hand basin and a walk in shower. A distinctive room with wooden panelling, reclaimed pine flooring, wood fronted wardrobes extending the length of one wall, twin ceiling light points and an extractor fan.
The property has driveway parking for several vehicles and access to a double garage with power light and up and over doors. There are additional out buildings including an
outhouse (hosting the biomass boiler), a store and a studio. There are extensive lawned gardens with a water feature, a water butt, two septic tanks and a wealth of mature plants and shrubs.