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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Bridge House, Borrowby, Thirsk, YO7

Sold STC £599,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious detached family home
  • Five bedrooms
  • Well-presented throughout
  • Ideal family home
  • Detached barn and garage/workshop
  • Garden and paddocks
  • Convenient location
  • Private shooting and fishing rights
  • Viewing recommended

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


A handsome detached village home offering substantial five bedroom family living which is well-presented, along with a detached two storey barn, garage/workshop and adjoining land, 2.9 acres (1.2HA) in total in a convenient setting close to the A19. Additional 0.5 acre paddock available separately.

Bridge House is an attractive period home which provides very spacious and well-planned five bedroom family living set within extensive grounds and having versatile outbuildings. This charming property is offered with LPG fired central heating, predominantly double glazed Upvc sash windows and modern décor with scope for the purchaser to put their own stamp on the interiors, there are also high ceilings, plaster cornicing, tiled and wooden flooring and attractive fireplaces. The property is approached at the front by a solid wooden entrance door with glazed panel over, an entrance porch has double doors leading to a reception hall with staircase rising to the first floor, there is a sitting room with inset multi fuel stove and large picture window with a sliding door providing a fantastic view across the property's land, there is a further well-proportioned reception room to the front with multi fuel stove, study and breakfast kitchen with a range of modern cream units and double doors to a spacious garden room with French door to the garden, in addition there is a utility room, boot room and guest wc.

To the first floor there is a split level landing with arched window to the rear, there is a large bedroom to the front, two further double bedrooms and a spacious house bathroom with a white suite including a bath and separate shower, to the rear there are two further double bedrooms with attractive outlooks and a shower room with white suite.

Externally, Bridge House is approached by a forecourt garden with wrought iron railings and path leading to the front entrance door, to the side there are double timber gates with a separate pedestrian gate giving access to a gravelled driveway with parking and turning area for several vehicles along with access to the detached garage/workshop with power and light connected and up and over door and eaves storage over. To the rear of the property there is a lawned garden with shrub borders and a path leading to two useful external stores, a gate leads to an amenity area where there is a timber garden shed and access to the upper paddock, there is a detached stone built barn split into two rooms at ground floor level and an external staircase leads to a large storeroom to the first floor. The grazing land consists of a large field to the south which has separate road access. Offered with no onward chain and immediate vacant possession available, this wonderful home requires an internal appraisal to appreciate its spacious interiors and the land surrounding the house, along with scope to develop the barn, subject to the necessary consent. In addition there is an additional 0.5 acre paddock available separately.

Borrowby is a particularly convenient village off the A19, between Thirsk and Northallerton, there is a public house in the village and in the neighbouring village, Knayton primary school is within walking distance. The market town of Thirsk and county town of Northallerton are both within easy reach and offer a broad range of amenities, shops, services and supermarkets along with schooling for primary and secondary ages. The village sits just east of the A19 trunk road which provides a convenient commuting link to the major business centres of the north of England. Situated close the Cleveland Way and North Yorks National Parks offering acres of glorious countryside plus a great network of paths and bridleways. The well served market town of Thirsk lies some four miles south of Knayton offering a vibrant town centre with a good choice of shops, schools and leisure attractions. In addition, Thirsk lies on the east coast main line providing rail connections to Edinburgh, Newcastle, Middlesbrough, Darlington, York and Leeds. The county town of Northallerton some seven miles north of Knayton provides a vibrant high street of shops, weekly market, sports clubs and a good choice of bars and restaurants. There are amenities on offer in the village including public house, primary school and village hall. Knayton is also well placed for exploring the North Yorkshire Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Parks and the Heritage coastline of Yorkshire.

Leave Thirsk on the A19 heading North and then turn of at the knayton and Borrowby junction and follow the road into Knayton, past the primary school and then just before the turning into Borrowby village the property can be found on the left hand side, identified by our for sale sign.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
05 November 2016

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