A superb Grade II listed detached property, together with a separate 2 bedroom converted barn, all providing carefully maintained and well presented accommodation, set in lovely gardens and grounds extending to just over 1.5 acres (0.61 ha).
Croft House and Barn occupy a lovely south facing position in the quaint and picturesque hamlet of Litton, in the beautiful Littondale Valley, one of the prettiest and unspoilt Dales within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The focal point of the hamlet is the Queens Arms – a traditional and award winning public house which offers real ales, home cooked food and six letting bedrooms. Despite occupying such a lovely semi rural position, the bustling Dales town of Grassington is within 10 miles and offers a range of everyday shops and facilities as well as some great places to eat. For a wider range of everyday facilities, the market town of Skipton is 17 miles to the south.
Croft House is an attractive and impressive Grade II listed detached property with origins dating back to the mid 18th Century although it is believed that there may have been a building on the site as long ago as 1621. In recent years the property has been significantly improved and offers well presented family accommodation of much charm and character. It is set within lovely gardens and grounds which extend to just over 1½ acres (0.61 ha) and enjoys superb views over scenic countryside.
In addition and lying just to the east of the house, there is an excellent detached barn which has been sympathetically converted to provide useful ancillary accommodation, suitable for a variety of uses. It could be used as an annexe/granny flat/teenager’s suite in conjunction with the main house, a home office facility or alternatively as a holiday rental.
Outside, there is ample parking for both the house and barn within the front gravelled courtyard which is bordered by a lovely lawned garden to the front of the house. To the rear there is a superb landscaped garden, enclosed by dry stone walling. Within the garden there are lawned areas, gravelled pathways, strategically positioned terraces as well as a greenhouse and wine store. Beyond the rear garden, accessed via a farm gate, is a hillside croft offering grazing for ponies or livestock. In all, the gardens and grounds extend to just over 1½ acres (0.61 ha).