Li’le Foss is superbly positioned on the edge of the popular hamlet of Countersett in the picturesque Yorkshire Dales. Countersett is a very pretty small village just a short car ride from Bainbridge which is a thriving village with primary school, village shop and pub. It is also situated close to Semerwater, being the largest natural water lake in England. Li’le Foss stands extremely well and is well placed in relation to the local Market Towns of Hawes, Leyburn and Richmond.
Li’le Foss comprises a unique and historic stone built barn conversion. It stands superbly and is of traditional stone construction.
The property has a wealth of character features including window shutters and feature beams. The property has been refurbished to a high standard throughout with quality handcrafted kitchen, ash flooring and gas stoves. It has oil fired and electric underfloor heating throughout.
The property has the benefit of an annexe known as “The Buttery”. It provides a further bedroom with living accommodation ideal to let out as a holiday cottage or incorporates to create a granny/teenage accommodation.
The Buttery provides an excellent annexe that our vendor has let out as a holiday cottage, it has underfloor heating throughout.
The property is complemented externally by large gardens and grounds. The gardens are split into various areas. The property is approached by a good sized gravel driveway.
There is a lovely stream that trickles through the garden providing an abundance of flora and fauna.
There is a beautiful private courtyard garden leading from the kitchen with summerhouse, delightful pond with water feature and fig tree.
The lawn areas are interspersed with mature trees and shrubs. There is a superb enclosed courtyard area with water feature. This leads to the most useful garage/workshop which has useful mezzanine storage and solar panels.