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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Stokesley Road, Guisborough

Offers Over £395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Detached Residence in Private Grounds
  • Spacious Living Accommodation
  • Separate Annex
  • Beautiful Landscaped Gardens
  • Ample Off Road Parking & Larger Than Average Garage
  • Full of Charm & Character

Full description

Arguably one of the prettiest and admired properties in Guisborough, Overbeck Cottage was originally built in 1876 as the gardener's cottage of 'Overbeck', an important Victorian mansion which was constructed in the same year and designed by the eminent architect, Alfred Whitehouse. In 1944 the property became separate from the 'Overbeck' Estate and was sympathetically remodelled to provide to quite charming residence which we know today. Having picturesque white painted rendered elevations under a handsome roof of green Cumberland slate, the cottage has, under the hand of the present owner has gone through an extensive renovation and extension programme, with great attention being paid to every detail and only by internal inspection can one possibly appreciate the stylish, elegant and versatile accommodation which is offered. Two of the bedrooms are at ground level, allowing use either as bedrooms or reception rooms, dependent upon the needs of the purchaser. Another particular feature is that in addition to the main building there is a self-contained annex offering, in effect, service accommodation for a house keeper/carer or a 'granny' or 'teenager' flat or as a casual holiday letting accommodation. 'Overbeck Cottage' stands in extensive grounds of 1/5th of an acre which have been beautifully landscaped over the years and afford complete privacy and seclusion, the exquisite rear garden offering a real haven of peace and tranquillity. Stokesley Road is, without doubt, one of the premier residential areas of Guisborough and yet is within a comfortable walking distance of the historic town centre, with its range of shopping facilities and amenities. Guisborough is well served for both Primary and Secondary schooling and is conveniently situated for access to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the Coast and Industrial centres of Teesside.


Directions 
On leaving Guisborough Town Centre proceed in a westerly direction leaving Westgate and proceeding into West End. Once into West End proceed to its junction with Middlesbrough Road and at this point bear left into Stokesley Road. Once into Stokesley Road turn into the 5th gateway on the left hand side which is the ‘Overbeck Cottage' drive.

AGENTS REF: 
DP/LS/NUN160151/060716

Annex Living Space with Kitchen Area 
4.47m x 3.56m
With pine fireplace incorporating a living flame effect electric fire on tiled hearth. Coved ceiling, divider unit between the living area and the kitchen area and a range of light oak wall and floor units with woodgrain effect working surfaces incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink with tiled splash back and laminate flooring. Central heating radiator, charming half glazed stable door opening out onto the garden and glazed Georgian style door opening into the bedroom/study.

Bedroom/Study 
2.54m x 2.0m
Equally suited for either use as a bedroom or study. Period style radiator and laminate flooring.

Shower Room 
Fully tiled with white suite comprising shower cubicle with Redring shower, low flush WC with pine effect seat and corner vanity unit incorporating hand basin. Extractor fan, feature roof light and laminate flooring.

GROUND FLOOR 

Hallway 
With flight of elegant steps leading to a lovely glazed oak front door with period style door furniture. Period style radiator. Deep ceiling coving, period style light fitting and Georgina style door leading through to the living room.

The Annex 
As previously mentioned this self-contained annex represents ideal service accommodation for domestic/caring staff or alternatively accommodation for an elderly relative or teenager or indeed casual holiday letting accommodation. Alternatively, for those which work from home, it represents an ideal self-contained working environment separate from the living area of the property and would also lend itself well to use by an artist or writer as a studio/hideaway. Equally the two ground floor bedrooms and bathroom are accessed by a separate door to the drive and again can combine with the annex to be an independent from the main building. Ideal for those wishing to work from home or the provision of self-contained accommodation for an elderly relative.

EXTERNALLY 

Garage 
A spacious garage with up and over door, electric light and power.

Gardens 
Overbeck Cottage is completely screened off from the road by thoughtful landscaping which includes a wide and interesting variety of conifers and evergreen trees, shrubs and numerous maples, through which meanders Hutton Beck, hence the name of the house. There is rendered boundary wall to the Stokesley Road frontage and a pair of pretty gate piers are equipped with a pair of wooden gates which leads into a long sweeping tarmac drive which runs up to the garage and which opens out in front of the house into an impressive red gravelled area leading to the front door of the house. There is a pretty arch and gate to the side of the house and rear garden really is an absolute joy, having been most thoughtfully landscaped. The rear garden is designed, in effect, into a series of distinct areas, each with its own character. Having been professionally landscaped with no expense spared, there is extensive Indian stone flagging throughout, with paths leading to islands of interesti (truncated)

Dining Room 
3.68m x 4.34m
With period radiator, coved ceiling with decorative centre piece, dado rail and feature corner living flame gas fire. A glazed door leads through to the kitchen.

Kitchen 
3.68m x 3.73m
A feature farmhouse style kitchen that is very much the ‘heart of the house'. Range of attractive solid oak faced wall and floor units having tiled working surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink with a period style mixer tap and large arched window overlooking the front garden. Gas hob with extractor hood and double electric oven, integrated dishwasher, integrated automatic washing machine, integrated fridge, coved ceiling, dado rail, period style radiator, feature low level lighting, attractive Karndean flooring, handsome 4' wide oak door leading out onto the drive and charming delivery hatch with colour leaded lights.

THE ANNEX 

Inner Hall 
Leads from the dining room with an attractive oak door leading out onto the drive. Cupboard housing the Worcester gas boiler. Period style radiator. Solid oak flooring, recess spotlights to the ceiling and most attractive solid oak doors to the two ground floor bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom One 
4.0m x 3.35m
An extremely pleasant room being well lit by two Georgian style windows which overlook the charming rear garden. Period style radiator, coved ceiling and recessed spotlights.

Bedroom Two 
2.54m x 2.77m
Another delightful room with lovely solid oak flooring, coved ceiling and recessed spotlights. Period style radiator and pair of Georgian style French doors leading out onto the rear courtyard area.

FIRST FLOOR 

Landing 
With panelled doors to various rooms, feature exposed beam and access to the insulated loft space.

Bedroom Three 
3.4m x 4.0m
A charming and private room with radiator, feature exposed beam, attractive solid oak flooring and pretty casement window overlooking the fine established trees of the front garden which offer total privacy.

En-Suite Dressing Room 
A splendid and most useful feature with four deep built-in storage drawers, two hanging rails, access to large under eaves storage area and attractive solid oak flooring.

Bedroom Four 
2.77m x 3.73m
Another extremely pretty room with radiator, feature exposed beam, attractive solid oak flooring, window enjoying a lovely wooded aspect and walk-in closet.

Bathroom 
A stunning luxuriously appoint bathroom being fully tiled in quality Travertine tiling. Period style roll top claw foot bath with mixer tap shower attachment, walk-in shower cubicle, contemporary style low level WC and contemporary style bowl design hand basin set on a delightful oak and travertine wash stand. LED blue lights above bath, marble tiled floor, recess spotlights to the ceiling and designer chrome radiator.

Cloakroom 
With quality Travertine tiling to two walls and dado rail above. Contemporary style suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, chrome heated towel rail and marble tiled floor.

Living Room 
8.53m x 4.11m
Spacious and very elegant room, well suited for family living and for entertaining purposes. Victorian black marble fireplace having a living flame effect fire in a cast iron insert with decorative tiled sides and original fender. Three period radiators, deep ceiling coving with decorative centre piece, TV point, illuminated display cabinet into the wall between the living room and dining room, dado rail and three arched windows making this room light and airy – one of which is a deep bay. An elegant arch with a flight of unusual ‘bull nosed' steps opens into the dining room and a glazed French doors open into the garden room.

Garden Room 
4.3m x 2.74m
A delightful room with solid oak flooring, period radiator, feature glazed display cabinet let into the wall, coved ceiling, two large double glazed arched windows, faithful to the style of the original building and French doors opening out onto the south facing garden.

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