Oak Cottage in Chapel Stile
Published: Saturday 5th Oct 2013
Written by: Natalie Barker
Oak Cottage was built in the 1850′s along with Daw Bank and Meadow View on the same small road leading up to Holy Trinity Church. The cottage is spread over 4 levels, entrance is into a small hallway then open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area. Comfortable seating for six surrounds the open fireplace, flat screen tv, blue ray DVD player and Sky TV with Sky Sports channels, perfect for watching Wimbledon on! The kitchen has oak fronted units, double oven, microwave and hob, the large oak dining table generously seats six.
On the second floor is the large ‘L’ shaped twin bedroom with ensuite shower room, sink and w.c, small seating area with tv (freeview only) and tea making facilities. Perfect for grandparents or grown up children wanting a bit of space.
From the lounge is access to the basement which has been converted into a games and tv room suitable for children, the 3 large comfy bean bags are great for playing on the playstation. In one end of the basement is a washer, dryer, wine fridge and storage. Access to the garden is from here, just outside the door is an outbuilding conveniently converted into a heated drying room with racks for boots and hooks for coats. The garden is lawned with mature shrubs surround and great views towards Lingmoor fell. Please note the garden is currently shared with the neighbouring property, although both have their own seating areas.
Oak Cottage is perfectly situated in the centre of Chapel Stile, very close to both the shop and Wainwrights Inn. Parking is on the village street outside, although it isn’t designated, there is usually sufficient space for at least 2 cars.
Available in early 2014 after full redecoration, new sofa and carpets.
You can find out more about this cottage here: Oak Cottage in Chapel Stile.