Bull Barn cottage is a new conversion of a barn dating from the early 1600's set on a quiet lane in the charming village of Kirkby Malham.
The interior of bull barn has been completed to a very high contemporary standard with open plan/kitchen dining room and lounge with wood burning stove.
The new summer room has under floor heating and sliding patio doors which open onto a paved patio and garden area.
The village is home to the beautiful 15th Century church of `St. Michael the Archangel, it's thought that its church bells are heard by Tom in the novelist Charles Kingsley`s “Water Babies”
The interior of the barn has been completed to a very high contemporary standard with an open plan kitchen/dining room & lounge with wood burning stove and large patio windows opening out onto a cobbled area at the front of the barn.
On the first floor is a double bedroom with en-suite shower room and a double bedroom and twin bedroom sharing a large house bathroom, exposed oak and pine beams throughout give the cottage a lovely character. All bathrooms have underfloor heating.
There is parking for up to 3 cars off road.