3 of the best homes in Ireby
1. West View is a charming renovated late Georgian house with deceptive accommodation on three levels and a substantial extension has been built across the rear of the house.
This has created a fabulous dining kitchen, with a lobby, shower room and office/study off. The rear living room has been extended to create a family room.
On the second floor are three bedrooms, two with a cast-iron fireplace, and a fully tiled family bathroom.
The attic has been converted into a fourth bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Outside are front and rear gardens, a barn suitable as a workshop, and adjoining integral garages.
2. Skiddaw View is a lovely traditional property which retains many of its original features and has superb views over rural open countryside.
The well-maintained and renovated accommodation consists of an entrance porch, a dual aspect kitchen/diner, a conservatory, a sitting room with a feature fireplace housing a wood burning stove, and French doors to the rear; a study/family room, three bedrooms, and a four piece bathroom.
Connected to the cottage is a double height barn, a stable and workshop. To the rear is a spacious enclosed garden with a patio area and a further stone store.
Skiddaw View, Ireby, is for sale at £325,000 from PFK Estate Agents. For more details see here.
3. Moot Hall is a handsome Grade II-listed semi-detached property built in the late 16th century with early and late 19th century additions and alterations and brimming with character.
The characterful yet modern accommodation comprises a dual-aspect sitting room with a feature open fire and wooden flooring, a kitchen/diner, three bedrooms, two with dual-aspect windows; and a bathroom fitted with a three-piece suite including a shower over the bath.
Outside is an enclosed yard to the rear and a detached garage behind.
Moot Hall, Ireby, is on the market at £179,000 with PFK Estate Agents. For more details see here.