4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale'Eskdene', High Street, Castleton
- Most Interesting Three Storey Semi-Detached Stone House of Character
- Occupying an Idyllic Location in this Moorland Village Commanding Breathtaking Open Views
- Lounge and Dining Kitchen
- Four Bedrooms and Bathroom
- Delightful Rear Garden Adjoining Glorious Open Countryside Occupying a commanding situation, on the edge of this picturesque moorland village and enjoying breathtaking views in all directions, is t
Most Interesting Three Storey Semi-Detached Stone House of Character
Occupying an Idyllic Location in this Moorland Village Commanding Breathtaking Open Views
Lounge and Dining Kitchen
Four Bedrooms and Bathroom
Delightful Rear Garden Adjoining Glorious Open Countryside
Occupying a commanding situation, on the edge of this picturesque moorland village and enjoying breathtaking views in all directions, is this most interesting three storey semi-detached stone house of character. Being steeped in history and having originally formed part of a former public house, 'Eskdene' offers charming accommodation arranged over three floors which, although in need of a little updating, offers tremendous potential for the creation of an incredibly stylish and special family home. Castleton high street benefits from a general store and the village is well placed for easy access to the historic market town of Guisborough with its range of shopping facilities and amenities. Equally accessible is the seaside town of Whitby and the industrial centres of Teesside are also within comfortable driving distance. Externally 'Eskdene' benefits from a long rear garden which immediately adjoins open countryside again within breathtaking views. All in all A VERY SPECIAL AND MOST INTERESTING PROPERTY OF CONSIDERABLE CHARACTER AND HISTORY AND OFFERING TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL FOR THE CREATION OF A REALLY STYLISH HOME - highly recommended.
With half glazed entrance door enjoying glorious views across the valley. Staircase to the first floor, beamed ceiling and interesting original door leading through into the lounge.
2.99m (9'10) x 3.55m (11'8). With open grate having a copper canopy and being let into the wall and having a quarry tiled hearth. Beamed ceiling. Window enjoying glorious views across the valley. A panel door leads through into the kitchen.
4.06m (13'4) x 3.2m (10'6). A super dining kitchen very much the 'heart of the house' and having ample room for a table and chairs. Multi-fuel burner set in a recess being on a quarry tiled hearth providing room heat and heating the domestic hot water supply. Range of wall and floor cupboards. Single drainer stainless steel sink. Built in cupboard with plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Plumbing for a dishwasher. Part tiling above the working surfaces, useful understiars shelved recess, beamed ceiling and half glazed rear door.
With interesting original panels to the rooms, built in cupboard, beamed ceiling and feature arched window enjoying glorious views across the valley.
View from Landing
2.36m (7'9) x 3.07m (10'1). With beamed ceiling, built in glazed fronted book cases and window enjoying glorious views across the valley.
View from Bedroom 1
2.34m (7'8) x 3.38m (11'1). With airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, beamed ceiling and window enjoying glorious views across to Danby dale.
With white suite comprising panel bath with mixer shower attachment with screen over. Pedestal hand basin and low flush W.C.. Electric shaver point, beamed ceiling, extractor fan and window enjoying glorious views across to Danby dale.
View from Bathroom
With interesting original doors to the two bedrooms.
3.88m (12'9) x 3.3m (10'10). Plus recess which incorporates the head of the most interesting arched window on the first floor landing. Feature exposed beams and window enjoying lovely views across to Westerdale.
4.21m (13'10) x 2.89m (9'6). With feature exposed beams and window enjoying lovely views across to Westerdale.
View from Bedroom 4
To the front of 'Eskdene' there is a forecourt garden area enclosed by picket fencing and a gate. Immediately to the rear of the house is a courtyard area where is to be found a useful outhouse. From here a flight of steps leads up to the long rear garden which is laid to lawn and ornamental trees and shrubs and which enjoys the most breathtaking open views across open farmland to Danby dale beyond.
View from Garden
View from Garden
View from Garden
Scarborough Borough Council.
Council Tax Assessment
We are advised that the property is in Band C.
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 18th of June 2015.
On entering Castleton from the A171 Guisborough to Whitby moor road, bear right into the High Street in the direction of Blakey and Hutton le Hole. After turning right, proceed along the high street, almost to the end of the village, where 'Eskdene' can be found on the left hand side.
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