This is a characterful two-floor wing of a stone-built, detached home, nestled within the village of Gargrave.
The house has been styled with a contemporary design, making this a charming family retreat or even a romantic getaway for two.
As you step into the cottage, you are welcomed into an open-plan living/kitchen/dining room, posing a seamless blend of traditional and contemporary.
The luxury kitchen poses a stylish design and all the necessities you will need to rustle up a candlelit dinner.
As you walk through the room, you are welcomed to the warming woodburning fire with a cosy sofa, perfect for snuggling up during a winter’s evening.
As you follow the carpeted stairs up to the second floor, characterful features are reflected to highlight the history of the property.
The master bedroom poses a charming stone wall, with a stylish interior design and king-size bed.
Across the landing, you will find the second bedroom, complete with a day bed.
The family bathroom oozes understated luxury, with a unique towel rail, shower over bath, basin and WC.
Outside the property, you will have access to an enclosed garden and patio area, featuring garden furniture.
Gargrave village can be found within a 7-minute walk, where the local pub and shop can be located within a 10-minute walk from the cottage.
Situated just 3 miles from the cottage is Coniston Lake, a great location for a countryside walk.
The property is ideally situated in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Not forgetting the much loved Three Peaks.
The Greenhouse is a beautiful property, in a breath-taking location.
About the location
Skipton 4 miles; Settle 12 miles.
A pretty village on the banks of the River Aire, around 7 miles from Malham, with its spectacular limestone cove and scar.
In the village you will find a selection of places to eat including a fantastic Indian restaurant, along with a small selection of pubs, cafes and shops.
Traversed by the Leeds-Liverpool Canal, cycle route 68 and the Pennine Way, Gargrave is a fantastic base for exploring this part of Yorkshire.
Four miles away is the ancient market town of Skipton — “The Gateway to the Dales” — with its historic castle and celebrated high street.
On the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this is an ideal location for walking, cycling and touring..