Yew Tree House, Over Kellet, Carnforth, LA6 1DD

£395,000
  • Ref: NWFW2_2616
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
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Property Features

  • Grade II Listed
  • Former Farmhouse
  • Attached Barn
  • Outbuildings
  • Garden to Rear
  • Detached Garage
  • Fantastic Views
  • Original Features
  • Detached
  • Off Road Parking

Property Summary

This fantastic Grade II listed building with attached barn and outbuildings dates from 1684. With many original features throughout, you can sense its 300 year history. Having huge potential, with some modernisation, this will make a great family home. Set in a desirable village location. NO CHAIN.

Full Details

Yew Tree House is a fascinating property with a wealth of unique features and history. These include original wide elm floorboards; oak beams throughout; well-preserved stone mullioned windows, some providing magnificent views towards Morecambe Bay and the Lake District; wood panelling; original front door and date stone; and a built-in 'bread cupboard'. Built in the 17th century, this spacious former farmhouse has over 300 years of history, and offers an excellent opportunity to restore a listed building to its former glory.

Further benefits of Yew Tree House include fabulous views across the Lake District and Morecambe Bay from the terrace and the gardens to the rear of the house. Large garden with views towards the Lake District. The property also includes a large attached barn, garage, tool sheds and coal house, all offering potential for conversion into living spaces, subject to planning permission, or as further storage. Off-road parking, located to the rear of the property, comfortably houses four cars.


Yew Tree House is a fascinating property with a wealth of unique features and history. These include original wide elm floorboards; oak beams throughout; well-preserved stone mullioned windows, some providing magnificent views towards Morecambe Bay and the Lake District; wood panelling; original front door and date stone; and a built-in 'bread cupboard'. Built in the 17th century, this spacious former farmhouse has over 300 years of history, and offers an excellent opportunity to restore a listed building to its former glory. The plot is approximately 0.2 of an acre and boasts approximately 2230 square feet of floor space. Further benefits of Yew Tree House include the fabulous views across the Lake District, out of the rear windows. Off road parking located to the rear of the property, will comfortably house four cars. Large grassed garden with excellent views towards the Lake District. Ample storage is on offer in the form of the large barn and detached garage with three further outdoor storage rooms.

Reception Room One 14'5" x 15'5" (4.40m x 4.71m)
A spacious room with stone surround fireplace, multi-fuel stove and alcove to side. Wood-framed window to front aspect with stone mullions. Exposed beams. Original listed 'bread cupboard'. Wood-panelled wall to one side. Double radiator. Ceiling light point.

Reception Room Two 17'8" x 13'10" (5.38m x 4.22m)
Large reception room with coal fire. Window to front aspect with stone mullions. Original front door. Wood-panelled wall to one side. Ceiling light point. Double radiator.

Dining Room 15'11" x 16'7" (4.85m x 5.05m)
Dual aspect room with three wood-framed windows. High ceiling, with potential for adding mezzanine level. Ceiling-mounted clothes airer. 'Ideal' boiler (gas). Double radiator. Storage cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Ceiling light point.

Kitchen 16'4" x 11'11" (4.97m x 3.63m)
Wall and base units. Large wood-framed window with views to Morecambe Bay. Large pantry/store cupboard. Double radiator. Ceiling light points.

Bathroom 2.72m x 4.38m (8'11" x 14'4")
Spacious, with scope to update. White bath, basin and toilet. Dual aspect. Large airing cupboard with radiator. Single radiator. Ceiling light point.

Cellar 4.10m max x 2.82m max (13'5" x 9'3")
Stone cellar accessed via stone flights of steps from the hallway. Original stone benches. Two small windows. Some restricted head height. Power and light providing potential for a multi-use room.

Hallway, Stairs & Landing
Long wide hallway leading to original oak stairs with hand-carved newel post, bannister and spindles. Wood framed windows. Stairs leading to first floor. Stone steps leading to cellar. Single radiator.

Bedroom One 18'3" x 11'3" (5.57m x 3.43m)
Spacious and light character filled room with original wide elm floorboards, exposed oak beams and lintel, and stone mullions. Single radiator. Ceiling light points.

Bedroom Two 14'10" x 14'8" (4.51m x 4.47m)
Large and light bedroom. With exposed oak beams and lintel over stone-mullioned window. Ceiling light points. Single radiator.

Bedroom Three 9'1" x 14'11" (2.78m x 4.55m)
A good-sized double bedroom with exposed oak beams, wide elm floorboards, and two stone-mullioned windows. Dual aspect with views to Lake District. Single radiator. Ceiling light point.

Bedroom Four 7'1" x 10'2" (2.16m x 3.10m)
Double bedroom with exposed oak lintel and stone-mullioned window with views to Morecambe Bay. Single radiator. Ceiling light point.

Barn 18'6" x 19'7" (5.63m x 5.96m)
Large barn offering huge potential for conversion to living accommodation, subject to planning permissions. With exposed stone walls and solid floor.

Garage and Outbuildings 18'0" x 10'0" Garage only (5.48m x 3.06m)
Single garage accessed from the road side of the house, with side door. Inspection pit. Two outbuildings attached to rear of garage. Further building attached to house, currently used as a coal store.

Garden
Large rear garden, mainly laid to grass, with established borders, fruit trees and stone boundary walls. Garden to front of property planted with a range of shrubs, bulbs and climbers. Terrace with railings and pump for well running along rear of property offering seating areas and views to the Lake District and across Morecambe Bay. Large yard to rear offering parking for 4+ vehicles.