4 bedroom detached house for saleThe Oaks, Topcliffe Road, Thirsk, YO7
Under Offer £393,000
Plot 42 The Spaunton are spacious four/five bedroom family homes with a good size lounge, fitted kitchen with family area, separate dining room, downstairs cloakroom and utility room, family bathroom, master bedroom with ensuite, ensuite to bedroom two and two further double bedrooms. Home office and gardens with a double garage.
This desirable detached four/five bedroom family home offer spacious and well planned accommodation together with gardens. Offered with a gas central heating system high quality fixtures and fittings, and painted walls and ceilings, a perfect blank canvas for you to add your own stamp to. Some of the exciting features you can expect to enjoy are Villeroy & Boch bathroom fittings, white eggshell painted woodwork and soft closing cupboards in our kitchens. Not to mention American oak veneer interior doors complete with beautiful chrome handles. All of this, plus lots more, create homes with truly stunning interiors
Leaving the A19 going North sign posted Thirsk, continue along across the first roundabout continue and take the first exit at the second roundabout and The Oaks is on the left hand side
Thirsk is a traditional North Yorkshire Market town superbly positioned midway between the stunning North York Moors and the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Thirsk has a charm all of its own, essentially unchanged and not influenced by the modern world. It centres round a bustling cobbled market square, dominated by the town clock, with its Monday & Saturday markets and independent shopping. Visitors from all over the world are impressed by the warm and friendly welcome of the residents of this gem of a town. James Herriot, local vet and author, is Thirsk's famous son. He wrote 'All Creatures Great and Small' and other stories about his life as a country vet. You can find all about him at 'The World of James Herriot', the award winning museum converted from his house and surgery. Thirsk has another famous son, Thomas Lord. The founder of Lord's Cricket ground was born here in 1755 and his birthplace is now Thirsk Museum.
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