Birstwith Grange, Birstwith

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Birstwith Grange, Birstwith

  • Ref: BRSTWTH
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Five Bedroom Detached Family Home
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Off Road Parking
  • Extensive Views Over Yorkshire Countryside
  • Within Easy Access of Spa Town of Harrrogate

Property Summary

Boasting extensive south-facing views over Yorkshire countryside, this substantial, extended family home incorporates a spacious office, a large conservatory and a well-appointed kitchen. The property boasts well-maintained and private gardens, alongside a detached double garage – all within easy reach of the spa town of Harrogate.



The front door opens onto a welcoming and tastefully decorated reception hall, benefiting from wood effect laminate flooring with internal doors opening onto ample storage space beneath the stairwell on the right and a double-doored cloakroom cupboard ahead and to the left.
Another internal door immediately to the left also allows access to the downstairs WC, designed as a wet room and equipped with a shower, dual-flush WC with a corner cistern and wall-mounted, console hand basin.
Access to the kitchen is also to the left, a door immediately ahead leads through to the sitting room, while another around the corner to the right opens onto the spacious office.

15’ 0” (4.57m) x 12’ 2” (3.72m)

Decorated in warm but neutral colours, the sitting room is also equipped with wood effect laminate flooring, plenty of natural light is allowed by double-glazed casement windows along the entire wall overlooking the rear garden.
The room includes a TV point, phone and Ethernet connection as well as a fireplace with a decorative marble hearth and surround framing a polished steel grate. However, additional warmth is provided by a wall-mounted radiator beneath the windows connected to the property’s gas-fired central heating system.
Light after dark is provided by an overhead fitting as well as wall-mounted uplighters with a door from the sitting room also allowing access to the adjoining dining room.

12’ 2” (3.72m) x 10’ 1” (3.08m)

Comfortably large enough to accommodate a family-sized dining table and chairs, the dining room enjoys views over countryside to the rear of the property through casement windows with a large picture window also overlooking the side of the house allowing plenty of additional natural light.
The room is also currently decorated in soft neutral colours, heated by a wall-mounted radiator and benefits from a double-doored hatchway through to the kitchen.

10’ 11” (3.33m) x 10’ 1” (3.08m)
Green-painted walls add a splash of colour to the well-appointed kitchen, also equipped with wood effect laminate floors contrasting with bright white, shaker-style base and wall units offering ample storage above and below the dark-grey laminate worktops.
The design includes a double electric oven and grill and a four-ring gas hob beneath a concealed extractor as well as space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. There’s also a dedicated space for an upright fridge/freezer, an integral wine rack, a wall-mounted, pull-chord electric heater, a larder and a one-and-a-half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer beneath large awning windows overlooking the front of the house.
Light after dark is provided by a strip light complemented by adjustable overhead spotlights while patterned, ceramic splash-back tiles have been fitted above the cooking and preparation spaces. An external door also allows easy access from the kitchen to the rear garden.

12’ 1” (3.68m) x 11’ 11” (3.62m)

Within the extension on the west-facing side of the property, the office is carpeted, decorated in a pale pastel yellow and fitted with exposed ceiling beams. Plenty of natural lights is allowed by windows and double, glass-panel doors through to the adjoining conservatory as well as a large awning window in the west wall.
Although currently equipped as a work space with fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted flat-screen TV, the room could easily be used as an additional living space, play room or perhaps as a hobby room. An additional internal door leads through to the ground-floor bedroom.

12’ 10” (3.90m) x 11’ 10” (3.35m)

With delightful views over the south-facing rear garden and surrounding Lower Nidderdale countryside, the conservatory is attached to the extension and is equipped with a stone-effect tiled floor, an opaque ceiling with walls beneath white window sills decorated in warm, neutral colours.
There’s room enough for a table and chairs as well as soft furnishings with double doors leading out onto a traditional Yorkshire stone patio, ideal for al-fresco dining or entertaining family and friends in the summer months.

11’ 11” (3.63m) x 11’ 11” (3.63m)

Also decorated in a colours similar to the adjoining office/family room, the ground-floor double bedroom is also carpeted and fitted with exposed ceiling beams, with warmth provided by a wall-mounted radiator beneath casement windows overlooking the front of the house. The room is also equipped with its own wall-mounted hand basin.

15’ 3” (4.65m) x 10’ 5” (3.18m)

The master bedroom on the first floor includes ample integral storage in four separate wardrobe spaces and overhead lockers with views through double casement windows of the rear gardens and countryside beyond.
Warmth in winter is provided by a wall-mounted radiator while the room is also equipped with carpets and fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted flat-screen TV.

BEDROOM 2 & 3:
Bedroom 2: 12’ 2” (3.71m) x 7’ 1” (2.18m)
Bedroom 3: 12’ 3” (3.73m) x 7’ 1” (2.17m)

Accessed via internal doors at the top of the stairs, Bedroom 2 and 3 are twin singles, both equipped with carpets and casement windows, also overlooking the rear gardens and Nidderdale beyond. Both are heated by wall-mounted radiators with Bedroom 2 currently decorated a soft pink and incorporating some shelving as well as fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted TV.

Bedroom 3 incorporates a papered feature wall with a bold print design with light after dark provided by adjustable overhead spotlights

11’ 5” (3.48m) x 7’ 3” (2.21m)

Bedroom 4 is located at the end of the first-floor landing adjacent to the house bathroom, overlooking the front of the house through double-glazed casement windows. The single room is carpeted and currently decorated in neutral colours.

7’ 2” (2.18m) x 7’ 2” (2.18m)

The bathroom includes a white suite including a panel bath with electric power shower above, a WC and a pedestal hand basin beneath opaque windows. The room is partially tiled in a pale blue design and includes a vinyl, marble-effect floor.

Detached double garage: 16’ 6” (5.03m) x 16’ 4” (4.98m)

The property enjoys a slightly elevated position, a sloping front garden accessed via a concrete path which leads between the detached double garage to the right with established lawns, shrubs and gravel beds to the left providing a degree of privacy from the road. An asphalt, off-street parking area provides parking for two vehicles while the path to the front door includes a grab rail for the more slippery winter mornings.

The well-tended garden to the rear of the property can be accessed via the conservatory or through an external door from the kitchen and includes a Yorkshire stone-flagged patio with views over open countryside.
Adjacent are gently sloping lawns, crossed diagonally by a crazy-paved path leading down to a pleasant and shady lower terrace, surrounded by shrubs and trees and including a small timber shed for storage.


A typical lower dales village, Birstwith is a charming community on the banks of the River Nidd, served by the Station Hotel no more than 100m from the front door, a doctors’ surgery, a post office and convenience store and a primary school, rated “good” by Ofsted following its last inspection in 2017.
Birstwith Grange enjoys a relatively central position and comprises a mix of traditional stone-built homes and more recent, brick-built properties, with open countryside to the north and south of The Plantation at the end of the cul-de-sac.

Modern, electrically-powered buses offer regular services to the dales market town of Pateley Bridge and Harrogate - the latter including a good selection of shops, restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and cafes as well as a train station on the Leeds/York branch line, offering connections to London’s King’s Cross.
The B6161 also offers a relatively easy drive Leeds Bradford Airport no more than 25 minutes away, where flights are possible to cities and holiday hotspots on Europe and Turkey.


These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.
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