4 bedroom detached house for saleAshberry House, Freebrough Road, Moorsholm
- Most Attractive Double Fronted Detached House of Considerable Merit Occupying a Splendid Corner Plot within the Heart of this Most Attractive Moorland Village
- Attractive Reception Hall, Cloakroom, Splendid Lounge, Separate Dining Room/Family Room, Superb 'Heart of the House' Style Dining Kitchen and Utility Room
- Master Bedroom with En-Suite, Three Further Bedrooms and Luxurious House Bathroom
- Oil Central Heating and Double Glazing
- Large Brick Garage, Extensive Block Paved Drive/Courtyard and Attractive Gardens to Front and Rear Available on the open market for the first time since being constructed for the vendor's own o
Most Attractive Double Fronted Detached House of Considerable Merit Occupying a Splendid Corner Plot within the Heart of this Most Attractive Moorland Village
Attractive Reception Hall, Cloakroom, Splendid Lounge, Separate Dining Room/Family Room, Superb 'Heart of the House' Style Dining Kitchen and Utility Room
Master Bedroom with En-Suite, Three Further Bedrooms and Luxurious House Bathroom
Oil Central Heating and Double Glazing
Large Brick Garage, Extensive Block Paved Drive/Courtyard and Attractive Gardens to Front and Rear
Available on the open market for the first time since being constructed for the vendor's own occupation by Lexington Payne in 2002, 'Ashberry House' is a most attractive double fronted detached house which occupies a commanding corner plot within the heart of this delightful moorland village, enjoying far reaching views across farmland to the Coast and Moors beyond. REQUIRING INTERNAL INSPECTION TO BE APPRECIATED the house offers super well designed and most spacious family accommodation which is centred around a lovely reception hall, staircase and galleried landing. There are two separate reception room and a superb 'heart of the house' style dining kitchen - ideal for the needs of day to day family life. At first floor level there are four bedrooms, the master bedroom being complimented by an en-suite shower room and there is a luxurious house bathroom with free standing bath and large shower enclosure. Moorsholm is pleasantly situated just off the A171 Guisborough to Whitby moor road, within comfortable driving distance of both the historic market town of Guisborough, the seaside town of Saltburn and the famous fishing harbour of Whitby. The North Yorkshire Moors National Park, embracing some of the most beautiful countryside in the whole of the north of England, lies literally on the doorstep and the industrial centres of Teesside are also within comfortable driving distance. Externally, standing on a corner plot, the house benefits from generous gardens to front, side and rear, together with a large brick garage and an extensive block paved drive/courtyard area. This really is A SPLENDID DETACHED FAMILY HOUSE IN A LOVELY RURAL LOCATION - very highly recommended.
Decorative Entrance Portico
A most attractive entrance portico.
2.21m (7'3) x 3.5m (11'6). A lovely spacious reception hall creating a very pleasant impression when entering the house. Radiator, deep ceiling coving, lovely staircase to the first floor with bespoke joiner made hand rail and newel posts with wrought iron balustrading. Attractive ceramic tiled floor, radiator and lovely oak veneered doors with quality door furniture in attractive oak door casings.
4.44m (14'7) x 3.98m (13'1). An elegant well proportioned room pleasantly situated to the rear of the house. Feature period fireplace incorporating a multi-fuel stove style room heater. Two radiators and deep ceiling coving.
Dining Room/Family Room
2.94m (9'8) x 3.27m (10'9). Plus bay window overlooking the front garden. An attractive and versatile room equally well suited either for use as a dining room or as a family room. Deep ceiling coving and radiator.
3.05m (10') x 7.61m (25'). Plus deep bay window overlooking the front garden. A quite superb spacious dining kitchen very much the 'heart of the house' and ideal for the needs of day to day family life. Extensive range of wall and floor units having granite effect working surfaces incorporating a bowl and a half stainless steel sink, space for Range style cooker with extractor hood over, part tiling above the working surfaces, two radiators, deep ceiling coving with recessed spot lights and attractive ceramic tiled floor.
With floor mounted Worcester oil boiler, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, venting for a tumble dryer and hot water cylinder. Coat rail. Radiator, useful understairs cupboard and half glazed UPVC door leading out into the rear courtyard.
With low flush W.C. and hand basin with tiled splash back. Radiator and ceramic tiled floor.
A most attractive galleried landing with lovely bespoke joiner made oak staircase with wrought iron balustrading. Lovely oak veneered doors with quality door furniture in attractive oak door casings. Radiator. Access via a retractable ladder to the insulated and boarded loft space.
3.73m (12'3) x 3.91m (12'10). With radiator and window enjoying lovely views across the rear garden to open farmland with the Coast beyond. Coved ceiling.
Ensuite Shower Room
Luxuriously appointed with a large fully tiled shower enclosure, contemporary style hand basin and low flush W.C.. Heated towel rail, coved ceiling, underfloor heating and recessed spot lights to the ceiling.
3.05m (10') x 4.57m (15'). With radiator and coved ceiling.
3.05m (10') x 3.5m (11'6). With radiator and coved ceiling.
3.07m (10'1) x 2.16m (7'1). With radiator and coved ceiling.
A spacious and luxuriously appointed bathroom with a large walk-in fully tiled shower enclosure, free standing bath with mixer tap, contemporary style hand basin and low flush W.C.. Heated towel rail. Ceramic tiled floor with underfloor heating, coved ceiling with recessed spot lights and extractor fan.
Large brick built garage with pitched roof, roller door, electric light and power and side courtesy door.
Occupying a corner site the house benefits from gardens to the front, side and rear. To the front there is a picket fence and a traditional gate leads to a Yorkshire stone flagged path which runs up to the front door of the house and which is flanked by neat dwarf box hedging. The front garden is laid to lawn and shrub boarders and enjoys lovely open views across the village to farmland beyond. To the return frontage to Ashberry Close there is a pair of gates which open into an extensive block paved drive/courtyard which opens out to the rear of the house and serves the garage and provides parking in total for nine vehicles - an excellent feature. Beyond this is a long lawned rear garden together with an old established Ash tree, from which the name of the house derives. It is also of note that three timber sheds are provided.
All fitted carpets are to be included in the sale.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.
Council Tax Assessment
We are advised that the property is in Band E.
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 10th of February 2016.
Ashberry Close is located off Freebrough Road. Moorsholm is located off the A171 Guisborough to Whitby moor road. On entering the village from the moor road proceed into Freebrough Road. On entering Freebrough Road, 'Ashberry House' is readily found on the right hand side, standing literally at the junction of Freebrough Road with Ashberry Close.
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