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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Marle Pit Farm, Main Street, Newton on Derwent, York


Property Description

Key features

  • An stunning village farm house with lots of character:
  • Spacious accommodation
  • Immaculate presentation
  • 4 ground floor reception rooms
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Excellent outdoor space
  • Good village location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A stunning four bedroom period farmhouse dating back to circa 1860. The accommodation within is attractively presented and simply oozes character. The present owners have cleverly updated the home retaining a wealth of features with great fusion and thought for comfortable living, ideal for today’s modern more relaxed lifestyle.
The accommodation arranged over the two floors offers, a reception lobby to the front, a fabulous sitting room with a wonderful inglenook fireplace, flanked at either side with storage for logs, all sitting on a stone flagged hearth with a large dog grate set within. From the sitting room there are steps down to a study.
The dining room sits at the front of the home and once again features an open fireplace in rustic old brick. The kitchen and breakfast room are very much the heart of the home. The kitchen is very stylish, furnished with an arrangement of base and wall units having a white door finish with contrasting work preparation areas over and tiling to the surrounds. There is a range of integrated appliances including a dishwasher, fridge freezer and a range cooker. Lovely stone flooring runs throughout the kitchen and breakfast room, this area is open plan connecting through to a very comfortable day room with a log burning stove. There are views of the garden and patio area. A boot room and ground floor cloakroom to complete the ground floor arrangement.
To the first floor lie four bedrooms a beautiful shower room and superb bathroom, complete with a roll top bath.
Externally the five bar gate opens onto a long driveway offering ample parking leading to a double car port converted from the original barn, these are fitted with power and light. There is also a workshop. The gardens are so pretty, ablaze with colour through a great variety of planting. There is shaped lawns , two patio terrace areas for alfresco dining and last but not least a hidden enclosed vegetable and soft fruit garden.Newton upon Derwent is situated twixt York and Pocklington just off the A1079, perfect for commuters requiring travel into the city of links with major road networks.
The village is formed as a horseshoe from the B road, allowing it to be quiet and protected, good for families and for children.There are many walks available from the village linking with the woods and the river.There is also a good sense of community as one would expect. The local pub, The Half Moon is fast becoming a place to be with excellent reports regarding the new menus and chef since being taken over last year.

Property ref: 121_2322_4057541

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Added on Rightmove:
02 April 2016


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