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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Low Street, Lastingham, York

Sold STC £345,000

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A traditional double fronted village property sympathetically renovated and extended to provide quality three bedroom accommodation together with delightful rear garden, garage and parking situated in a quiet and picturesque part of the village.
Littlebeck as the name implies overlooks a small stream to the front which flows alongside the access lane as well as enjoying a fine open view to the backdrop of surrounding hills. This part of Low Street as a "no through road" is a particularly scenic and peaceful part of the village conservation area.
The cottage has been renovated and extended by the present owners within the last four years to provide comfortable and well appointed access comprising a sitting room, living room, conservatory style dining/garden room, kitchen and porch/boot room on the ground floor, open landing, spacious bathroom and three good sized bedrooms on the first floor. The colourful landscaped garden includes a terrace, sun patio, outhouse, garage and generous parking bay. Internal features include beamed ceilings, oak doors, fireplaces, full central heating and double glazed windows.
Lastingham is one of the most recognised and renowned villages within the National Park located in a sheltered hollow adjoining the fine open moorland scenery of the North York Moors. The nearby towns of Pickering and Kirkbymoorside provide excellent easily reached facilities.

Entrance Vestibule - With staircase to first floor, radiator, part glazed front door and board and latch door to sitting room.

Sitting Room - 6.12m x 3.51m (20'1" x 11'6") - An attractive main reception room with beamed ceiling and feature fireplace. Front and side facing windows overlooking the beck, double oak doors opening into the conservatory, open joist ceiling with cross beam, chimney breast with fire inset containing cast iron log burner on stone flagged hearth, pine fronted cupboard, radiator.

Conservatory/Garden Room - 3.40m x 2.82m (11'2" x 9'3") - An attractive south and west facing room overlooking the rear garden presently used as the dining room. Radiator and pine clad ceiling.

Inner Lobby - With recessed shelved cupboard and cloakroom.

Cloakroom - With w..c., and wash hand basin. Oak door.

Kitchen - 3.99m x 2.34m (13'1" x 7'8") - Rear facing window overlooking garden with view beyond, open joist ceiling with downlights, base units with oak work surfaces over, stainless steel sink unit, full height larder cupboard and matching wall cupboards. Plumbing for washer and dishwasher. Radiator.

Living Room - 3.94m x 3.63m (12'11" x 11'11") - A well proportioned room. Front facing window with aspect towards the beck, radiator, open joist ceiling.

Porch/Boot Room - 2.84m x 1.60m (9'4" x 5'3") - uPVC framework and outer door, glazed tile floor, electric panel heater and board clad ceiling.

First Floor -

Landing - 3.00m x 2.41m (9'10" x 7'11" ) - A spacious and useful landing with two rear facing windows overlooking the garden, radiator oak cottage style doors, ceiling downlights.

Bedroom One - 3.63m x 3.51m (11'11" x 11'6") - A spacious double with views over the beck. Radiator, ceiling downlights.

Bedroom Two - 3.99m x 3.61m (13'1" x 11'10") - A spacious double bedroom with front facing window overlooking the beck and recessed wardrobe. Radiator.

Bedroom Three - 3.35m x 2.44m (11'0" x 8'0") - A decent sized third bedroom with rear facing window overlooking the garden with view beyond. Radiator. Wash hand basin in unit.

Showeroom - 2.41m x 2.41m (7'11 x 7'11") - A well appointed shower room with good sized corner shower cubicle, wash basin, w.c, fitted cabinets, board ceiling with extractor, radiator and full height airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.

Exterior - The cottage fronts onto Low Street with stream. There is a garage attached to the cottage and parking bay with opening directly onto the highway. The delightful garden lies to the rear. This is fully enclosed and provides a good deal of privacy. Immediate to the cottage is a flagged patio with landscaped terrace and steps leading up to the lawned area with beds and borders containing a wide variety of flowering plants, shrubs, bushes and trees against the superb backdrop of the surrounding hills. To one side is a raised flagged patio providing a perfect sitting out/barbecue area with two useful stores leading off. Concealed oil tank.

Garage - 5.08m x 3.05m (16'8" x 10'0") - With up and over door, personnel door to rear, light, power and Eurostar oil fired boiler

Garden Shed - Timber garden shed which is fully insulated with light and power, work bench.

Council Tax - The property lies in Band D.
LOCAL AUTHORITIES: GENERAL Ryedale District Council, Ryedale House, Malton. Tel: -01653 600666.
PLANNING: North York Moors National Park, Bondgate, Helmsley. Tel: 01439 770657.

Epc - Available to view online or at our Pickering office.

Services - Water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Viewing - By appointment with the Agents, Pickering Office. Tel: 01751 472724.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
12 October 2016


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