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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

The Old Vicarage, 29 Brook Lane, Ainthorpe YO21 2LB

Sold STC £200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Mid-terrace traditional property
  • Grade II Listed
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • In need of some upgrading this property has lots of potential
  • Gardens to Front and Rear

Full description

Carved out of a traditional farmhouse cottage and outbuildings, The Old Vicarage is an unconventional property, but full of period charm and retaining generous proportions. It is understood to have been the home of Cannon Atkinson, the vicar of the parish for over 40 years, the house is steeped in history too and is a Grade II Listed building. In need of some updating and modernisation, the property has the potential to become a lovely family home.

A part glazed entrance door opens into…

Hallway: With a door off to a shelved store cupboard, with a window facing to the front and meat hooks, a wide inner door opens into…

Living Room: 16'2 x 12'10 An irregularly shaped room lying at the centre of the house, the living room has a beamed ceiling, with 2 windows facing to the rear and a sash window facing onto the front garden. The focal point of the room is a cream enamel open range, with a fireplace and ovens (not currently working). A door opens to an understairs shelved storage cupboard with a window facing to the rear. 2 salt cupboards are mounted in the wall. Wall lighting, fitted carpet, doors connect through to the sitting room and …

Kitchen: 10'7 x 9'3 With a window facing onto the rear garden, the kitchen has a beamed ceiling and is fitted with an old range of units including a stainless steel sink unit, automatic washing machine point and electric cooker point.

Sitting Room: 12'0 x 15'7 With a window facing to the front and a larger window facing onto the rear garden, with window seat, the sitting room has a beamed ceiling and part panelled walls. The focal point of the room is an open fire, with a cast inner and a stone mantle and has also a recessed cupboard.

1st Floor:
The door from the living room opens onto an enclosed staircase rising up to split level landing which runs across the rear of the building, with 2 windows facing out to the rear garden and electric night storage heater. From here doors open to…

Bedroom 1: 16'0 x 13'0 A spacious double bedroom with a mullioned window to the front with window seat, the cast iron bedroom fireplace surround. Patch board panel ceiling, deep recessed wardrobe cupboard with double doors.

Bedroom 2: 12'9 x 12'4 A double bedroom with sash window facing to the front and a hatch giving access to the roof void over this section of the property. An airing cupboard is partitioned in the corner of the room housing the hot water cylinder and linen shelving.

Bedroom 3: 10'6 x 9'3 A smaller double bedroom with electric night storage heater, fitted carpet, window facing to the front.

Bathroom: 7'6 x 4'9 With a window facing to the rear, the bathroom is fitted with an old suite comprising a high flush WC, a panel bath and a basin set in a vanity unit. Part panel walls, wall mounted electric fan heater, vinyl flooring.

Loft: A door off the first floor landing opens onto a loft ladder style staircase which rises up to an attic room, with light and power and 2 glass tile roof lights to the rear.

At the front the property has a broad grass garden bounded by a dry stone wall with a number of plants and shrubs. A gate at the end of the building opens onto a passageway which provides useful storage, which connects to the rear garden. A trap door in the ceiling of the passageway gives access to a small storage loft above.

The rear garden is 'L' shaped and is generously proportioned, being principally grassed with a number of trees and shrubs, bounded by a dry stone wall.


Viewing: Viewings by appointment. All interested parties should discuss this property, and in particular any specific issues that might affect their interest, with the agent's office prior to travelling or making an appointment to view this property.

Directions: From Whitby, head out on the A171 Moor road towards Guisborough, following this road past the turnings for Egton and Lealholm and continuing along the reservoir at Scaling Dam. Keep heading towards Guisborough, taking the left turn at the top of the hill where signed towards Danby and Castleton. Drive across the Moors, dropping down over the cattle grid into Danby and continue through and over the narrow stone bridge into Ainthorpe. Upon entering the village, take the second turning on your left into Brook Lane. The Old Vicarage lies about 100m from this junction on your left hand side where marked by the 'For Sale' sign. See also location plan.

Services: The property is connected to mains water, electricity and drainage. Heating is provided by open fires and electric night storage heaters.

Planning: The property is a grade II listed building. North York Moors National Park. Tel: 01439 770657.

Council Tax Banding: 'D' £1,604 payable for 2015-16 (verbal query only) Scarborough Borough Council Tel 01723 232323.

Post Code: YO21 2LB

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11 October 2016

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