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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Main Street, North Frodingham

Guide Price £400,000

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GUIDE PRICE £400,000 - £465,000

Sedge House is a unique beautiful family home circa early 1800s and one not to be overlooked. This former farmhouse has been internally upgraded by the current owners to provide spacious living accommodation over two floors offering a warm and inviting feel throughout though retaining elements of character together with a mix of period and more rustic features. The property benefits from a large family room and attached home office space providing the option for the creation of a residential/granny annexe to the main house due to it benefitting from a separate power supply. Waste services and water services sit immediately outside the annexe and only require connection. Also with the versatility of the property, subject to planning, it could create a perfect opportunity to adapt this family home into a delightful bed and breakfast with its fantastic links to Beverley, Driffield and coastal attractions to name but a few. Set within a truly generous plot (former fold yard) with a well maintained and equipped south facing garden offering a great deal of privacy. The ground floor comprises central entrance hallway, formal dining room with traditional fireplace open through to a well equipped and spacious kitchen including integrated appliances and a double oven Aga. The kitchen leads into a further snug/sitting room and annexe beyond, sitting room with dual heating linked and concealed boiler system behind the fireplace and garden views via french doors. A rear entrance Hallway gives access to the utility room and drying room also offering a secondary staircase and access to a delightful garden room with log burner with access to a workshop and fuel store beyond. The first floor offers four generously sized bedrooms including a principle bedroom complete with an en-suite bathroom and a further family bathroom. Externally the property cannot disappoint with an enclosed garden offering a range of trees and flowers, ample storage space, brick and pantile larger than standard double garage leading in from the gravelled driveway which offers ample parking for several cars.

Located on the village Main Street, internal viewing is highly advised with this central village location and excellent commuter network to the A165. The highly regarded village of North Frodingham is located approximately 6 miles from Driffield and 12 miles from Beverley. North Frodingham has a range of village facilities, including a post office/general store, garage with shop facility, motor engineers, one public house, primary school and church.

The Accommodation Comprises:- -

Ground Floor -

Entrance Hall - Stepping into the hallway through a solid panelled front entrance door, the entrance hall offers York stone flooring with underfloor heating, moulded cornice, dado rail, door leading to the rear porch and radiator and principal staircase.

Dining Room - 3.97m plus recess x 3.85m (13'0" plus recess x 12' - With a window to the front elevation, carpet flooring, moulded cornice, alcove with fitted shelves, fitted illuminated cupboard, traditional open fireplace (working) with cast iron grate and tiled hearth. Double doors leading to:-

Kitchen - 5.06m x 4.31m into recess (16'7" x 14'2" into rece - A spectacular kitchen with a window overlooking the rear garden, feature arched window to the side elevation, tiled flooring with underfloor heating, ceiling spot lights and under unit lighting. Fitted with a range of soft closing wall and base units, granite work surfaces, electric oven with extractor fan over, 1 1/2 bowl sink unit, integrated dishwasher and a characteristic Aga set in an original brick surround. NB: The kitchen and dining area can function as one room or two.

Snug - 4.06m x 3.35m (13'4" x 11'0") - An ideal additional reception room leading from the kitchen with bow window to the side, carpet flooring, access to loft space, wall lights, book shelves, ornamental brick fireplace with cast iron grate and a radiator.

Family Room - 5.11m x 3.84m (16'9" x 12'7") - The versatility of this property allows for the family room and home office rooms to be used as an annexe. Having a separate electrical supply and adjacent waste and water services, feature beams, electric storage heater, carpet flooring and a radiator. Double doors leading to:-

Secondary Home Office - 3.81m x 2.46m (12'6" x 8'1") - Window to the side elevation, carpet flooring, fitted shelving, feature beams, double doors to the family room.

Living Room - 5.83m x 4.55m into recess (19'2" x 14'11" into rec - Having a window to the front elevation, patio doors leading to the rear garden, decorative cornice, ceiling rose, carpet flooring, two wall lights, television point, period stone fire surround with granite inset and hearth housing open fire place and three radiators. Substantial book shelves to alcoves.

Rear Hallway - With a door to the rear garden, secondary staircase leading to the first floor accommodation, ceramic tiled flooring, moulded cornice and a radiator.

Cloakroom/Wc - 1.14m x 2.67m (3'9" x 8'9") - With a window to front elevation, low level WC, wall mounted wash basin with brass taps, radiator, coved ceiling, access to a useful separate storage area with floor unit storage and coat hooks.

Utility Room - 1.6m x 2.63m (5'3" x 8'8") - With a window to the rear elevation, base units with complimentary work surfaces, part tiled walls, fully tiled floor, space/plumbing for a washing machine, single sink with drainer, access to the drying room with racks and main boiler access.

Garden Room - 5.92m x 2.46m increasing to 4.33m (19'5" x 8'1" in - A generously sized and versatile room allowing plenty of natural light in through the two doors and adjacent windows overlooking the garden along with the three Velux rooflights. The room benefits from a Log burner, double radiator, stone flooring, fitted bookcase and cupboards. Access door leading to the workshop with both power and light, fitted shelves and cupboards, oil storage tank and solid fuel storage area. Door leading to the side and rear garden.

Landing - Large picture hanging area, access to loft, radiator, access to all first floor accommodation, windows to both front and rear elevation.

Principle Bedroom - 4.6m into recess x 5.8m (15'1" into recess x 19'0" - Spacious master bedroom with dual aspect Georgian sash windows to the front elevation and Georgian square windows to the rear elevation, carpet flooring, two radiators, moulded cornice, vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap and tile splash back.

En-Suite Bathroom - 2.62m max x 4.24m max (8'7" max x 13'11" max) - Having Jack & Jill access to the principle bedroom and third bedroom. With a vanity wash hand basin with tap, low level WC, wood panelled bath with overhead shower, wood effect Karndean flooring, part tiled walls, radiator, airing cupboard and a window to the rear elevation overlooking the garden.

Bedroom Two - 3.98m x 3.74 into recess (13'1" x 12'3" into reces - With useful large in-built storage cupboards, a sash window to front elevation, radiator, moulded cornice and carpet flooring.

Bedroom Three - 4.45m x 3.75m into recess (14'7" x 12'4" into rece - Leading in from steps down from the landing, carpet flooring, radiator, moulded cornice, two wardrobes and a window to the side(garden) elevation.

Bedroom Four - 3.26m into recess x 3.1m (10'8" into recess x 10'2 - Having built in wardrobes with sliding doors, radiator, secondary stair access leading up from the ground floor. Window to front elevation.

Family Bathroom - 3.45m x 1.64m reducing headroom (11'4" x 5'5" redu - Having a low level WC and bidet unit, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, wood panelled bath with shower and shower screen, fully tiled walls, Karndean flooring, illuminated wall mounted vanity storage unit with shaver point and window to side elevation.

Outside - The property stands on a generous plot, to the side of the property is a large gravelled area offering ample parking for numerous vehicles. The driveway also gives access to the larger than standard double garage and rear enclosed walled garden offering a great deal of privacy. The south facing garden is mainly laid to lawn with decorative borders, planted beds, mature conifers, fruit trees and substantial patio. From the garden you can also access the outbuilding with power and light and secondary oil tank. A storage shed will also remain, fitting neatly in the corner of the garden adjacent to the outbuilding.

Garage - Accessible via the side wooden gate this brick open fronted double garage offers additional parking and storage.

Additional Information:- -

Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage. Mains gas is available in the village immediately to the frontage of the property but is not presently connected to Sedge House.

Appliances - No appliances have been tested by the agent.

Clubleys give notice that these particulars whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract . Intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise aso their accuracy. No person in the employment of Clubleys has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in relation to the property.

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