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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Thornton Rust, Nr Aysgarth, Leyburn, North Yorkshire

Under Offer £389,750

Property Description

Key features

  • Imposing Edwardian Property with a Wealth of Period & Traditional Features
  • Extensive Accommodation With Three Double Bedrooms
  • Gardens to All Sides
  • Detached Garage
  • Rural & Quiet Location in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
  • EPC Rating (EER) of E 48

Full description

Thornton Lodge Cottage is an impressive, double fronted Edwardian property just outside the village of Thornton Rust between the popular villages of Aysgarth and Bainbridge in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This traditional detached property boasts spacious accommodation, including a 21ft kitchen diner and three double bedrooms, as well as large gardens, parking for 3 plus vehicles and a large detached garage.

Situation And Amenities - Thornton Rust is a small village set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, located between the villages of Bainbridge and Aysgarth, which both have traditional public houses/hotels and tea rooms. Aysgarth also benefits from a doctors surgery. The popular market towns of Leyburn and Hawes are also less than 10 miles and have supermarkets, speciality shops, several public houses/restaurants and hotels as well as a weekly market and a livestock auction mart.

Ground Floor Accommodation - The front entrance door opens into the hallway which has a large under stairs cupboard, one radiator and staircase to the first floor.

Living Room - 4.61m x 3.67m (15'1" x 12'0") - The large, double aspect living room has an impressive open fireplace with ornate timber and cast iron surround. There is a period picture rail to all walls as well as two radiators and beautiful exposed floor boards.

Study - 1.85m x 3.67m (6'1" x 12'0") - The study, which would make an ideal play room or occasional guest bedroom, also has double aspect windows and one radiator.

Kitchen Diner - 6.56m x 3.65m (21'6" x 12'0") - The spacious kitchen diner has a vast array of floor and wall mounted units, marble work-tops, double bowl ceramic sink and a kitchen island. There is a range-style cooker within the tiled recess and integral appliances include; fridge, freezer, dishwasher and a washing machine. With under floor heating to part of the kitchen area, there are also two windows to the side and one to the front, giving views over the garden.

Cloakroom/Wc - The separate cloakroom comprises; pedestal wash basin, WC, extractor fan, one radiator and an opaque window into the conservatory.

Conservatory - 2.45m x 4.38 (8'0" x 14'4") - The south-west facing, modern double-glazed UPVC conservatory benefits from under floor heating and enjoys the most wonderful views over the walled garden.

First Floor - The central staircase leads to the first floor landing which has a window to the front with a period-style window seat below and one radiator.

Bedroom One - 3.67m x 3.65m (12'0" x 12'0") - Bedroom one has double aspect windows to the front and side, giving views over the garden and surrounding countryside, two radiators and a jack-and-jill door into the house bathroom.

Bedroom Two - 3.67m x 3.67m (12'0" x 12'0") - Also with double aspect windows to the front and side and two radiators is bedroom two.

Bedroom Three - 2.79m x 3.67 (9'2" x 12'0") - Bedroom Three has a window to the side with views over Thornton Lodge's kitchen garden and one radiator.

Bathroom - 2.79m x 3.65m (9'2" x 12'0") - The expansive family bathroom has wood panelling to all walls, a part-opaque sash window to the side with window seat beneath, two radiators and a white three piece, period style bathroom suite. The bathroom is a jack-and-ill style room with doors to the landing and bedroom one.

Shower Room - The modern shower room comprises; corner shower unit, WC, heated towel rail, windows to the rear, extractor fan and wash basin set in a vanity unit with cupboards beneath.

Externally - Grounds - The front garden is laid to lawn and has several mature shrubs and trees to the side boundaries. There is a gate in the wall giving access to the rear walled garden which is also laid to lawn and has several mature trees and ornamental shrubs.

Garage, Parking And Shed - A gated, tarmac drive provides ample off-road parking for several vehicles in addition to the detached, timber, large garage. There is also a further timber built shed/store, stone wall boundaries to all sides and magnificent views across the dale.

Services And Tenure - The property is connected to mains electricity and water and benefits from oil-fired central heating and double glazing in part. The oil-fired boiler (installed in 2014). Sewerage and drainage is by way of a septic tank which is shared with Thornton Lodge for which there is a quarterly charge of £100.

Local Authority And Council Tax - The Local Authority is Richmondshire District Council tel: 01748 829100. For council tax purposes the property is banded __.

Viewings And Particulars - Viewings are strictly by appointment only via the Agent. Particulars and photographs were taken Jan 2016.


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