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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Bishop Thornton, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3

Offers in Excess of £850,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 BEDROOMS
  • GUEST CLOAKROOM:
  • LOUNGE
  • DINING ROOM:
  • SNUG:
  • CONSERVATORY
  • BREAKFAST KITCHEN:
  • UTILITY ROOM
  • EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
  • HOUSE BATHROOM

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An opportunity to purchase this attractive detached house set in a secluded position just outside the
North Yorkshire village of Bishop Thornton. The property offers extensive characterful accommodation and is set in 1.881 acres (0.761 ha) of land which enjoys equestrian stables and ornamental lake with summer house.

Mount Pleasant Cottage is an attractive house offering spacious accommodation set in 1.881 acres of land and benefiting from characterful features, oil fired heating and extensive uPVC double glazing. Internally the accommodation is laid over two floors and is set within two wings. Upon entering the property you are immediately taken by the light reception hall which leads into the sitting room with dual aspect windows and an open fire, ideal for those long winter nights. There is a farmhouse style kitchen off which lies a separate utility room with door leading out to the gardens. In the older part of the house there is a formal dining room with exposed wooden beams leading through to a snug with a cosy open fire set into an inglenook style fireplace. The conservatory has a pleasant outlook onto the cottage style garden and patio area and is perfect for a quiet contemplative space.

The first floor is also split into two wings having four double bedrooms in total including a master bedroom with en-suite shower room and a house bathroom. The master bedroom has the benefit of built in wardrobes and dual aspect windows with superb views over the gardens towards the ornamental lake and countryside beyond. The en-suite shower room is finished in a modern style and includes 'his' and 'hers' sinks. The second bedroom also has dual aspect windows and is currently used as a fitness room studio with wood effect flooring and having a mirrored wall. Bedrooms three and four are both set in the older wing of the house, having characterful exposed wooden beams, and which overlook the cottage style gardens.

Externally the land is split into gardens and a smallholding, with equestrian stables and a grazing paddock. To the rear of the property there is a patio area with hot tub and lawned gardens lead down to an ornamental lake with a summer house and decked seating area. To the side and rear of the property there is also an orchard and cottage style gardens with attractive flower, tree and shrub borders. There is also a pleasant stream which meanders into the ornamental lake

There is a gated entrance to the property which leads to a gravelled driveway, providing a substantial area for parking, and which winds round to the rear of the property where a double garage can be found providing further parking and useful storage. It is also to be noted that to the roof of the garage and to the roof of the rear elevation there are 14 solar panels in total. Further information on the solar panels is available upon request.

The property is positioned in a quiet and picturesque part of North Yorkshire, well served by the popular spa town of Harrogate and the cathedral city of Ripon. The property is situated close to the village of Bishop Thornton which has amenities that include two primary schools, two churches and a public house. The villages of Markington, Burnt Yates and Ripley are also close by offering a further range of everyday facilities.

For the commuter, the business centres of Leeds and York are both recognised to be within daily travelling distance and there is rail access from central Harrogate to mainline stations at Leeds and York. Harrogate's popular town centre is just 6.3 miles away and provides an extensive range of recreational activities, shopping and a choice of restaurants, bars as well as the famous Bettys tea rooms.

Proceed out of Harrogate on the A61 Ripon Road, pass through Killinghall and take the second exit at the second Ripley roundabout, signposted to Pateley Bridge. After approximately half a mile turn right on to Fountains Road signposted to Bishop Thornton and Fountains Abbey. Continue along this road for approximately a mile and a half until passing the Chequers Inn on the left hand side, where the property will then be found as the first house passed this on the right hand side.


GROUND FLOOR 

Reception Hall: 
Accessed from the driveway via an entrance door with uPVC double glazed windows either side and having American oak flooring, radiator, staircase with spindle banister leading to the first floor with understairs cupboard beneath.

Guest Cloakroom: 
With a low flush suite, wall mounted wash hand basin, radiator, part tiled walls, uPVC double glazed window to the rear, oak flooring.

Sitting Room: 
Having a stone fireplace with stone hearth and open fire, wall light points, four radiators, television point, uPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear, oak flooring.

Dining Room: 
Having two uPVC double glazed windows to the front, exposed wooden beams, wall light points, two radiators and this room is open to the:

Snug: 
Having a double glazed door and uPVC double glazed window to the front, radiator, exposed wooden beams, stone inglenook style fireplace with open fire and stone hearth. A door leads to the:

Conservatory: 
Having uPVC double glazed windows to the front, rear and side, two radiators, tiled flooring, wall light points, uPVC double glazed French doors to the front and rear.

Breakfast Kitchen: 
Which comprises of wall and base units with working surfaces over, twin Belfast style sink with mixer tap over, two integral fridges, an integral dishwasher, an electric Rangemaster double oven with extractor hood above, exposed wooden beams, stone flooring, recessed spotlights, double radiator, uPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear. To one wall there are glazed wall cabinets with shelving, additional shelving between and an integral bench seat below with space in front for a breakfast table. Also to the kitchen there is an island unit with granite work surface, which houses integral drawers and shelving units.

Utility Room: 
With continuation of the stone flooring, oil fired heating boiler, spaces for a washing machine and freezer, wall and base units with single drainer sink with mixer tap over, exposed wooden beams, recessed spotlights, uPVC stable style door to the rear.

FIRST FLOOR 

Landing: 
At the top of the staircase the landing splits to run in two directions, with steps leading up to each side. Off one landing lies the master bedroom, bedroom two and house bathroom where there is also an airing cupboard and built-in storage cupboard. Off the other landing lie bedrooms three and four. There are also uPVC double glazed windows and two radiators.

Master Bedroom: 
Having uPVC double glazed windows to the front, uPVC double glazed French doors with Juliet style balcony overlooking the gardens to the rear and countryside beyond, wall length range of fitted wardrobes, recess spotlights, two radiators.

En-Suite Shower Room: 
Having step-in shower cubicle, ‘his and hers’ sink units with mixer taps, set into vanity units with illuminated mirrors above, low level WC, Travertine style tiling to walls and floor with underfloor heating, wall mounted cupboard, access to the roof space, extractor fan, chrome heated towel rail and uPVC double glazed frosted window to the rear.

Bedroom Two: 
Having uPVC double glazed windows to the rear and side, radiator, recessed spotlights, wood effect flooring, access to the roof space.

Bedroom Three: 
Having uPVC double gazed windows to the front and rear, two radiators, wooden beams, exposed stonework to wall, floorboards.

Bedroom Four: 
Having uPVC double glazed windows to the front, two radiators, exposed wooden beams and floorboards.

House Bathroom: 
Which comprises a jacuzzi style bath with glazed enclosure, having built-in radio/DVD and steam room functions, low level WC, ‘his and hers’ wash hand basins with mixer taps set into vanity units with illuminated mirrors above, wall units, Travertine style tiling to walls and floor with underfloor heating, chromed heated towel rail, uPVC double glazed frosted window to the rear.

OUTSIDE 

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To the rear of the house and beyond the garage there is a sun terrace with pergola above, hot tub, barbeque area, external power points and lighting – an ideal spot for alfresco entertaining. The lawned area of garden continues down beyond the sun terrace and leads to a small ornamental lake where there is also a lake house/summerhouse with power points, wooden decking to three sides and a further patio area with pergola above. The stream which passes through the side garden continues down the side of the rear garden and flows into the ornamental lake. To the right of the gardens there is a fenced grazing paddock. The whole plot equates to 1.881 acres and is mainly bounded by trees and shrubs.

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03 October 2016

Nearest stations

  • Starbeck (6.2 mi)
  • Knaresborough (6.6 mi)
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Dacre Son & Hartley, Harrogate

17 Albert Street, Harrogate, HG1 1JX

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Nearest stations

  • Starbeck (6.2 mi)
  • Knaresborough (6.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Dacre Son & Hartley, Harrogate

17 Albert Street, Harrogate, HG1 1JX

01423 429041 Local call rate

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