Nestled within the Yorkshire Dales National Park and enjoying an idyllic setting, this former water powered corn mill with origins dating to the 1600s is set on the banks of Hebblethwaite Hall Gill has been converted into a beautiful family home.
Creating the perfect balance of wellbeing and work thanks to the high-speed B4RN internet connections and links to the West Coast Main line and M6 Motorway a short distance away. This property is the perfect home for readjusting the values of life yet being accessible to the larger conurbations of Leeds, Manchester and London.
The property is set in a stunning unspoilt rural location and enjoys abundant wildlife literally on the doorstep with fishing rights both on the Gill and also on the River Rawthey along which there is a paddock with a wooded riverside setting.
Sedbergh sits just a mile away and lies at the foot of the Howgill Fells within the Lune valley. Being a quaint market town with cobbled streets the town has a lot to offer and is famously known as the England's official Book Town. The historic market town provides a wealth of services including primary and secondary schooling including the renowned independent boarding school.
The mill itself has been carefully developed into an interesting family home with the accommodation extending over several split levels. The living space is extremely flexible and versatile and will be suited to a family with each of the rooms enjoying the delightful views over the adjacent countryside.
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