Dating from the 19th Century, New Inn House started life as a Croft, Hudson Holme, belonging to Musgrave Manor subsequently becoming the New Inn in the early 20th century. It remained a public house until 1972 when it was purchased by the current owners.
It is situated on a minor road, between Warcop and Kirby Stephen, on the outskirts of the lovely village of Great Musgrave, between the Lake District National Park and North Yorkshire National Park, both of which are beautiful areas for walking, horse riding and other outdoor recreation. The house has been lovingly restored by it's current owner retaining a number of original features and rich in character. The accommodation, over three floors comprises: Living Room, Dining Room, Breakfast Kitchen, Former Dairy + Cellar to the ground floor with 4 Bedrooms (3 of which are doubles) and a bathroom to the first floor. To the second floor there is a large, light and airy attic room, most recently used as studio. The property also has the benefit of mainly uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating. In the adjoining annex there is a Dining Kitchen, Utility Room and WC to the ground floor and a large open plan Sitting Room to the first floor. This could quite easily be converted to create a separate cottage for a dependent relative or holiday let.
New Inn House sits on a plot of circa 1.8 aces with a garage and off road parking for several vehicles. The garden is planted to encourage wildlife and has a wooden workshop/shed, summer house, greenhouse, wood store and ponds. Read more
- 17th Century Former Croft Situated in The Eden Valley
- Retaining many Character Features
- Living Room, with Multi Fuel Stove, Dining Room + Breakfast Kitchen
- 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom + Large Attic Room
- Annex with Dining Kitchen + Large Living Room
- Garage + Off Road Parking
- Set in Approx 1.8 Acres with Wildlife Gardens and Ponds
- Oil Fired Cetral Heating + Mainly uPVC Double Glazed
- EPC Rate F