5 bedroom detached house for saleBrant Hill, Pickering
Sold STC £495,000
- LATE VICTORIAN DETACHED HOUSE
- SET IN EXTENSIVE GARDENS AND GROUNDS
- LOCATED IN AN ELEVATED POSITION
- FIVE BEDROOMS PLUS TWO GOOD ATTIC ROOMS
- THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
Full descriptionA spacious late Victorian detached house set in gardens and grounds extending to approximately 0.36 of an acre located in an elevated position within the town's central conservation area close to the medieval castle and overlooking the heritage railway station/line.
The house will make a fine main residence or family home containing five bedrooms plus two good attic rooms and three reception rooms enjoying a westerly orientation and splendid open view. The garden offers huge potential containing a wide variety of trees and shrubs and generous parking space. The house with its spacious well specified accommodation and unique location in the centre of town provides scope for a boutique style bed and breakfast operation.
The original house has been extended and accommodation is laid out over three floors with extensive ground floor accommodation up to five first floor bedrooms including large principal suite and two good sized attic bedrooms. The position is elevated and most of the principal rooms enjoy an open view.
The Accommodation -
Rear Entrance Hall - With stone flagged floor and radiator. Leading into:
Inner Hall - With turned staircase to first floor and quarry tiled floor, understairs cupboard.
Kitchen - 4.01m x 4.34m plus recess - With open plan living/dining area and part sub-division. West facing bay window with secondary glazing and view. Gas fired Aga stove and custom made fittings with work surface, sink unit and full height fitted cupboard. Washing maching and dishwasher, pine flooring.
Living/Dining Area - 4.32m x 4.88m - South and west facing windows with sealed unit double glazing and double patio doors opening out onto a terrace. Tongue and groove board flooring, radiator, rear lobby with cloak hooks, radiator and tiled floor.
Laundry Room - With plumbing for washers, Gloworm gas fired boiler and hot water tank.
Entrance Vestibule - Radiator and inner door.
Cloakroom - With w.c., sink and pine wall mounted storage cupboards.
Living Room/Tv Room - 3.51m x 3.45m - Fireplace with stove, north and east facing windows. Radiator, understairs store.
Sitting Room - 3.43m x 4.42m plus recess - West facing bay window with view and outer door opening out onto garden. Feature cast iron Georgian fireplace in pine surround, two arched display features and radiator.
First Floor -
Half Landing Level -
House Bathroom - With bath, wash basin, w.c., part board clad and part tiled walls, shower fitting over bath. Linen cupboard.
Main Landing - With turned staircase to second floor and side landing giving access to:
Master Bedroom Suite - 5.18m x 4.34m - South facing window with view and roof light, radiator and fitted wardrobes to eaves.
Bathroom Two - A spacious room with suite comprising bath, pedestal wash basin, bidet and w.c., radiator.
Bedroom Two - 3.66m x 3.61m - West facing window with view. Victorian cast iron fireplace and radiator.
Bedroom Three - 3.66m x 3.66m - West facing window with view. Victorian cast iron fireplace and radiator.
Bedroom Four - 3.48m x 3.71m - Rear facing window, radiator and cast iron fireplace.
Boxroom/Office - 2.39m x 2.11m - West facing window, radiator.
Second Floor - Turned staircase with radiator leading up to landing with roof light.
Attic Room One - 3.45m x 3.28m effective - Radiator, gable window and two roof lights.
Attic Room Two - 3.28m x 3.35m - Sloping ceiling, radiator and two roof lights.
Exterior - Immediately to the rear is a narrow covered yard providing dry storage. On the south side is a raised brick surfaced terrace and useful OUTHOUSE/STORE.
Along the front is a further flagged terrace with lawn, hedging and steps leading down to the remainder of the large surrounding garden.
The house occupies an elevated position with the historic conservation area of the town with a fine rooftop view over the North York Moors railway station to the open land beyond. There is a sizeable garden with gated vehicle access off Burgate and a sloping terrace garden laid mainly to lawn with a variety of ornamental trees and shrub beds. There is a secondary access onto Park Street which leads directly into the town centre.
Services - Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas. Central heating from gas fired boiler.
Planning - Planning permission was granted on the land for a development of seven houses with a new access to be created from Burgate. This will no longer apply but a reduced access will be retained providing some potential for development of an individual plot or plots but no consultations have been undertaken with the planning authority in this respect. An "overage" arrangement will apply if the freehold is split for development purposes.
Council Tax - Band E.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Ryedale District Council, Ryedale House, Malton. Tel: 01653 600666.
Viewing - By appointment through the agents. Telephone 01751 472724.
Epc - An EPC is available online or at our Pickering Office
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