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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale
The Green, Burniston, Scarborough
- SEMI DETACHED
- FOUR BEDROOMS
- UTILITY ROOM
- CH & DG
- VILLAGE LOCATION
- CLOSE TO LOCAL SCHOOL
Tenure: FreeholdWe are pleased to offer this modern four bedroom semi detached house in the popular village of Burniston. On the ground floor there is a through lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the main bedroom being en-suite and a family bathroom. The property has the benefit of central heating and double glazing. There is a drive and garage to the side and a garden to the rear. The property is accessed from a small lane leading off from Limestone Road and it is only yards from the entrance to the popular Lindhead School. There are no roads to cross so the property is ideal for a young family. Burniston village is approximately just over three miles from Scarborough on the road that leads to Whitby.
ENTRANCE DOOR: Double glazed door with side windows leading to the hallway.
HALLWAY: Oak flooring. Central heating radiator. Doors to the lounge, dining room and cloakroom. Stairs leading to the first floor rooms.
LOUNGE: 6.45m (21'2') x 3.40m (11'2') max
A large through lounge stretching through the property with a double glazed window to the front and patio doors leading to the rear garden. Two central heating radiators. Large brick built fireplace with solid oak beam across housing a multi fuel burner. Stone hearth. Two ceiling lights. Television point. Doors to the kitchen and hallway.
DINING ROOM: 3.66m (12'0') x 3.53m (11'7') max
Double glazed window to the front. Central heating radiator. Coving to the ceiling. Doors to the hallway and kitchen.
KITCHEN: 4.04m (13'3') x 2.64m (8'8') max
A modern kitchen with range of solid oak wall and base units with worktops. Integrated hob with stainless steel extractor above. Integrated double oven. Integrated dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Solid stone tiled flooring. Four ceiling spotlights. Two double glazed windows to the rear. Central heating radiator. Door to the utility room.
UTILITY ROOM: 2.87m (9'5') x 1.90m (6'3') max
Storage units with worktop. Stainless steel sink. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Space for dryer. Wall mounted boiler. Stone flooring. Double glazed window to the front. Central heating radiator. Door to the rear garden.
Two piece suite of pedestal wash basin and WC. Central heating radiator. Oak flooring. Three ceiling spotlights.
BEDROOM ONE: 5.05m (16'7') x 3.66m (12'0') max
Double glazed window to the front. Central heating radiator. Door to airing cupboard. Door to en-suite bathroom.
Three piece white suite of bath, wash basin within vanity unit and WC. Tiling to the walls. Tiled flooring. Ceiling downlighters. Double glazed window to the side.
BEDROOM TWO: 3.91m (12'10') x 3.48m (11'5') max
Double glazed window to the front. Central heating radiator. Loft access
BEDROOM THREE: 3.43m (11'3') x 2.59m (8'6') max
Double glazed window to the rear. Central heating radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR: 2.69m (8'10') x 2.29m (7'6') max
Double glazed window to the rear. Central heating radiator. This room is currently used for storage and an office.
Three piece white suite comprising of shaped bath with wall mounted shower and shower screen, pedestal wash basin and WC. Fully tiled walls. Heated towel rail. Double glazed window to the rear. Ceiling downlighters.
OUTSIDE THE PROPERTY:
FRONT: The property faces on to a small country lane that also gives access to three other properties.
SIDE: Drive with parking leading to garage.
REAR: An enclosed private rear garden which is mainly lawned. Patio area and further decked seating area to the bottom of the garden.
Burniston is a village and civil parish in the Scarborough borough of North Yorkshire, England. It is situated about four miles north of Scarborough itself, on the A171 road. According to the 2011 UK census Burniston parish had a population of 1,523.
The village has a post office on the High Street, and two pubs, the Three Jolly Sailors and the Oak Wheel. The Methodist chapel in the High Street which has recently undergone redevelopment.
The village school (Lindhead) attracts families from outside the area and is the centre of much community activity.
The village hall in Burniston is shared with the adjoining area of Cloughton, and the two areas are linked in many ways.
The annual pantomime is usually a sell-out, and the hall is used by many community groups. Generations of villagers help organise an important range of community activities.
More recently, the village has become a popular commuter area — being surrounded by greenery but near enough to town. Over the years there have been talks of a by-pass but this is unlikely. Away from the busy Whitby road, there are several developments and a lane that leads under the old railway line to a magnificent view of the coast.