IT WOULD be somewhat fitting to describe The Old Parsonage as simply divine, both in terms of its past links to the Church and the fact that that's just what it is: a stunning property. Pun fully intended!

What is equally stunning is its setting on the edge of the pretty village of Low Row, on the southern side of the River Swale and in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in Swaledale.

Dating back to 1846, The Old Parsonage and has been renovated to create a spacious and flexible home with high-quality fixtures and fittings and characterful period features throughout. These include cornicing detail, traditional doors, stone flagged floors and exposed timber floorboards, an original staircase, wood panelling, ceiling roses, attractive fireplaces, timber shutters and sash windows.

The property also has a number of rooms with a dual aspect to showcase the stunning landscapes and open countryside around it.

Briefly, the accommodation is laid out in a traditional Georgian style, with an entrance hall leading to the three reception rooms – the sitting room/study, drawing room with a cast iron open fire with a slate hearth, and the dining room.

The Northern Echo: Old Parsonage, Low Row - GSC Grays

Also on the ground floor are a bathroom with freestanding roll top bath; breakfast room which links to the kitchen and is home to a feature log-burning stove; the kitchen, with an Aga, various integrated appliances and quality fitted units made by Neptune and topped with leathered granite work surfaces, and a separate baking room, with matching Neptune units.

An attractive original staircase in the entrance hall leads to the first floor landing which is spacious enough to incorporate a study area or reading corner. Leading off of this are five spacious double bedrooms, two of which have en-suite shower rooms. The principal bedroom also has a contemporary en-suite shower room which is laid out in a Jack 'n' Jill style with access from the landing.

To the lower ground floor is a spacious games room, various storage rooms and a large boot room with access to the main garden.

The Northern Echo: Old Parsonage, Low Row - GSC Grays

The Old Parsonage is approached through a stone walled entrance with wrought iron gates and a sweeping gravel drive which leads to a parking area.

There is a lawned area to the front of the property and well stocked flower beds throughout the attractive gardens.

The main garden is situated to the side, with a substantial lawn and an enclosed raised terrace with a summer house to enjoy the stunning aspect.

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There are also stone steps leading to an enclosed flagstone courtyard garden to the rear.

This courtyard is home to an undercover seating area, making it perfect to year-round use.

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Within the grounds are also several stone-built store rooms and a workshop.

The Old Parsonage, which is located about four miles from Reeth, 13 miles from Leyburn and 15 miles from Richmond, is on the market at offers over £1.1m.

For more information or to arrange a viewing, please contact GSC Grays' Richmond office on 01748 829217.