Reeth, Richmond, North Yorkshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
**STONE BUILT BUNGALOW WITH ADJOINING TWO STOREY ANNEXE** Chisel Cottage offers versatile living accommodation comprising a stone built bungalow with an attached two storey annexe. There are up to four bedrooms, arranged as two bedrooms in the bungalow and potentially two bedrooms in the annexe depending on how the accommodation is utilised. Alternatively, the annexe could be used as a studio/workshop with potential kitchen and office space. In addition there is plenty of parking, gardens and a garage.

Situation and amenities

Reeth is located in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, in the much sought after Swaledale, Reeth has a range of local amenities including; two village shops, post office, GP surgery, bakery, several public houses, restaurants, cafés, speciality shops and a primary school. Fremington and Grinton are just on the outskirts with The Bridge Pub and the Dales Bike Centre. This is ideally situated for those looking to enjoy the spectacular scenery and countryside of the Yorkshire Dales.

Further amenities can be found at Leyburn (8 miles) and Richmond (16 miles) with access to the A1 at Catterick and A66 at Scotch Corner. Mainline train stations are at Darlington and Northallerton. Please note that all distances are approximate.

Entrance hall

A stone portico with arched entrance frames the front door opening into the hall with coving to ceiling and engineered oak flooring. From here, there is access to the lounge, dining kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and a walk in cloak room.


The lounge is a dual aspect room with patio doors opening to the rear garden, an exposed stone wall to one wall and solid wooden door back to the entrance hall. A focal point to this room is a stone fire surround and hearth with a multi fuel stove. Ash flooring. This room could be used as a master bedroom if desired.


A large double bedroom.


A large double bedroom with a built in airing cupboard.


With a white suite comprising panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and step in shower.


A good sized room with engineered oak flooring throughout and dual aspect with views over the rear gardens and over the front courtyard area. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of wall and floor cupboards with a pine frontage incorporating a range style cooker with calor gas hob and electric oven, integrated dishwasher and fridge. From the dining area, a timber door with glass panel opens into the garden/living room.

Garden room/living room

A great room with a vaulted ceiling with velux roof lights and French doors with side panels opening to the rear garden. From here there is a door opening to the courtyard and another door opening to an inner hallway providing access to the Annexe.


The Annexe is made up of five rooms over two storeys and offers potential for a variety of uses including ancillary accommodation, a studio or workshop with office space. The heating is electric night store heaters in the Annexe.

Ground floor

A stone arch with glazed door and side panels open into the main room with a wooden open tread staircase to the first floor and a door to the interconnecting hallway to the main house. This room has a space for a stove with wooden panelling, book cases and seating each side of the fireplace area. From here there is a walk-in potential kitchen area and another two rooms, currently used as office space.

First floor

This is currently used as a double bedroom with exposed beamed ceiling and window to each side.


The property is entered from a gravelled courtyard which provides plenty of parking space for several vehicles. From the courtyard there is access into the house, garden room and the Annexe. To the rear of the property there is a walled garden with a flagged patio outside the garden room which adjoins lawns with shrub inset beds.


The garage has double opening wooden doors, power and lighting supplied.


The property is believed to be freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Local authority and council tax band

Richmondshire District Council. Telephone 01748 829 100. The property is in band E.

Services and other information

The property has oil fired central heating to the main house and electric night store heaters to the Annexe.


Strictly by appointment with the selling agents GSC Grays, tel 01969 600120.


The particulars were written and the photographs taken in December 2018.

Arrange viewing 01969 368025

GSC Grays - Leyburn

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