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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Boltby

Guide Price £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • National Park Location
  • Extended Family Home
  • Holiday Cottage
  • Bespoke Large Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Study
  • Gardens
  • Viewing Essential

Full description

Superb property located in the North Yorkshire Moors national park village of Boltby. With the beautiful Moors providing a growing appeal for tourism, the design and flexibility of this home offer a range of possibilities. Viewings are essential to appreciate the full potential of the accommodation.

Village - Set within the North Yorkshire Moor National Park, the village of Boltby enjoys a lively village life and also splendid views over the Cleveland way escarpment and the Vale of York on the approach in. Boltby is around a 10 minute drive to Thirsk town centre and all amenities. It is a rare opportunity that such a home be brought to the market in this area particularly with the flexibility the living accommodation can offer.

Entry - Entry to the homes front porch is through a solid oak door. The porch itself, offers ceramic tiled flooring, central heating radiator and Upvc windows to the front aspect. There is also a half glazed oak door to the reception area.

Reception Area - From the porch, the reception area is open plan with the lounge and has oak laminate flooring allowing access to the Dining Kitchen. There is also a large oak panelled under stair storage cupboard, staircase to the first floor accommodation and a door to the study. All internal doors are oak

Lounge - 5.22m x 4.15m - A large south facing lounge with the benefit of a free standing wood burner set on a tiled hearth, Upvc bay window to the front aspect, beamed ceiling, wall lights and a television point. The Multi fuel stove also has the advantage of heating the homes hot water.

Large Study - 3.63m x 3.38m - From the reception area, the study also has a Upvc bay to the front aspect, oak laminate flooring, coved ceilings and a central heating radiator.

Dining Kitchen - 7.08m x 4.01m - An impressive room and hub to the home, the Bespoke fitted kitchen comprises of base and wall units set around a large cream 4 oven Aga. There is also a Bosch induction hob and fan oven, concealed extractor hood, stainless steel double sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher and refrigerator, tiled splash backs, recessed lighting, two large Upvc windows to the rear aspect, oak laminate flooring, central heating radiator, double Upvc doors leading to the garden and further access to the Pantry and Utility room.

Dining Kitchen -

Pantry - 2.40m x 1.20m - A very useful storage room with a range of fitted shelves, granite "cold shelf" and ceramic floor tiles.

Utility Room - 2.60m max x 2.30m max - From the kitchen, the Utility room has fitted wall units in keeping with the kitchen, roll top work surfaces, Belfast sink, plumbing for a washer, ceramic floor tiles and access to the Cloak room and rear Lobby.

Cloak Room - 1.47m x 1.20m - With a cream suite comprising w.c., hand basin with a tiled splash back, central heating radiator and ceramic floor tiles.

Rear Lobby - 1.83m x 1.71m - From the Utility room, the rear lobby serves as access to both the rear garden area but also to further stone built accommodation. There are two Upvc doors to the rear side aspect, an oak door to the rear stone built accommodation and also double timber fire doors to the garage.

First Floor -

Landing Area - This large area has the advantage of ample storage cupboards with further access to eaves storage, Velux window to the rear aspect, oak flooring and a central heating radiator. There is also an airing cupboard which houses a large insulated hot water cylinder.

Master Bedroom - 5.08m x 4.21m - With beautiful views over the escarpment and Boltby Valley, this large master bedroom has Upvc windows to the front, Velux window to the rear and a range of fitted wardrobes. There is also a central heating radiator and oak fronted wood laminate flooring.

Bedroom Two - 4.96m x 3.01m - Sharing the same great views as the master bedroom, this double bedroom benefits from an en suite. There is also a large Upvc window, feature exposed stone wall and a central heating radiator.

Bathroom / En Suite - 2.99m x 2.20m - Accessed form either bedroom two or the inner hall, this en suite offers a bath with shower over, white w.c., pedestal sink, towel radiator, Velux window to the side aspect and a tiled surround.

Bedroom Three - 3.28m x 2.67m - This bedroom has a Upvc window with views to the front, under eaves storage, access to the loft area and a central heating radiator.

House Bathroom - 2.49m x 2.36m - A modern white suite which comprises of panelled bath, electric shower, w.c, pedestal sink, towel radiator, Velux window, extractor fan and a tiled surround. This particular bathroom may be closed off for sole use of the extension if required.

Stone Built Extension - Sympathetically integrated with the main house and originally converted as additional living accommodation for family and guests, it has the potential for independent use if desired.
Due to its location, this country family home will appeal to those wishing to take advantage of the area's many amenities including: Boltby Forest, the Cleveland Way, cycling, walking, horse riding and historic and National Trust estates. Attractive and popular market towns such as Thirsk, Helmsley and Northallerton are also only a few minutes drive away.

Entrance - From the garage, there is a door leading to the rear lobby. From this point, the occupants may enter the extension through a solid oak door leading to the living accommodation.

Lounge - 5.29m x 4.01m - Open plan with the dining kitchen, the lounge has three Upvc windows to two aspects, television point, central heating radiators and a spiral staircase leading to all first floor accommodation and eventually back to the front of the house down into the lounge. The measurement is for ALL of the ground floor accommodation.

Dining Kitchen - Open plan with the lounge, the kitchen area has been fitted with a modern range of base and wall units with roll top work surfaces. There is a Zanussi electric hob and oven, canopy extractor hood, stainless steel sink with a single mixer tap, tiled splash backs and wood laminate flooring and a Upvc window to the side aspect.

First Floor Accommodation -

Bedroom Four - 4.85m x 4.01m - This large double bedroom offers a Velux window to the side aspect and two Upvc doors leading to the decked seating area with views over the garden and countryside. There is also a central heating radiator, wood laminate flooring and the spiral staircase to the lounge. A landing area with Velux and passageway lead to the rest of the house. There is also a Linen cupboard on this landing area.

Bedroom Four -

Decked Area -

Access - Originally built to provide additional family accommodation, the house design allows separate access to the stone built extension at the rear of the property if desired.

Gardens - The gardens to the rear are laid to lawn with seating areas. There is also a large sheltered area which is accessed from both the kitchen and rear lobby. In addition, there is also a decked seating area, green house, small summer house, garden shed and a chicken house and steps leading to bedroom fours decked balcony.
With pleasant gardens and open fields to the rear elevation, there is also a Pony Trecking Centre in the village who, we are told, offer livery. Should further land be required, opportunties may arise in or around the village.

Gardens -

Garage - 6.05m x 2.71m - Accessed from double timber doors, the garage also has wall units with a stainless steel sink, plumbing for a washer and double doors to the rear lobby area giving access to both the kitchen and the rear extension of the house. To the front of the garage there is an open car port allowing sheltered parking.

Location - Located 6 miles from Thirsk town centre, take the A170 towards Sutton. After approximately 1 miles turn left towards Felixkirk. Once at Felixkirk, pass the local pub and continue on this road taking a slight right. Boltby village is reached within 2 miles

Additional Information - TAX BAND "F"
WATER RATES For historical reasons most of Boltby benefit from paying NO water rates and Rowan is included
CENTRAL HEATING AND HOT WATER Both are oil fired, all radiators have individual thermostats, Aga is oil fired ( gravity fed) Multi fuel burner heats water by gravity system also
Local school bus route.
Livery facilities are available opposite the property.

Floor Plan -

Disclaimer - We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.


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