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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Loring Road, Ravenscar, YO13

Sold STC £325,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 bedroom semi-detached house
  • Enjoys beautiful views down the coast
  • UPVC double glazing
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Substantial largely level garden
  • Off-street parking
  • Patio & decked areas
  • Double width garage

Full description

This large family house, with generous accommodation over 3 floors, also provides the most useful timber clad outbuilding which provides the double width garage, workshop and former loose box, making a great garden store. As well as, an ideal home office for those who work from home and a gym on the first floor above the garage.

When you add that to the location in this large hamlet on the clifftop, as well as all the character of the house, it really does want to be seen to be appreciated.

Approached from the gravelled parking area, inside the double gates, a wooden double glazed door with stained glass panels opens into…

Porch: The porch is approximately half glazed with windows to the 3 sides, has a tiled floor and an attractive original period 6-panel front door opening into…

Entrance Hallway: The hallway has a uPVC double glazed window to the front, telephone point, dado rail and a radiator, as well as a coved ceiling. The staircase to the first floor rises from here, with a cupboard and uPVC double glazed window beneath. From the hallway, period, stripped pine 4-panel doors open into…

Sitting Room: 14'5 x 12'8 maximum to chimney recess (11'6 minimum to chimney breast) The sitting room has a uPVC double glazed bay window to the front aspect, picture rail, cornicing and 2 radiators, as well as wall lights and television points. The focal point of the room is the brick fire place with its wooden mantle and inset cast iron multi-fuel stove.

Farmhouse Kitchen/Family Room: This fabulous, family style kitchen/living room, falls naturally into 2 areas, both of which have a traditional style tiled floor. There are uPVC double glazed windows to the side and rear, overlooking the garden and these with the poly-carbonate roof over the living area, makes sure this offers plenty of light. There is a half glazed uPVC door leading down to the parking area and uPVC double glazed French windows to the rear, out on to the decked seating area. The room has 3 radiators.

Kitchen: 10'11 x 11'9 minimum (18'11 maximum) The nicely proportioned kitchen has a good range of cream fronted wall and base units, including cupboards and drawers, under tiled worktops with part-tiled walls. There is an inset 1½ bowl pot sink unit and space for an electric range style cooker in the former chimney breast. The kitchen offers an integrated fridge and is plumbed for a dishwasher.

Dining Area: 19'4 x 14'1 (overall including cloakroom) The dining area is a lovely bright open space with ample room for sofas and a dining table, leading out to the decked seating area is just another indication of how well thought out this really great family space has been. A period style 4 panel door provides access to the useful cupboard which has plumbing for the washing machine, and a second 4-panel door leads to the…

Cloakroom: The cloakroom has a WC with a low level cistern, a wash hand basin and houses the modern wall-mounted oil fired Worcester boiler which provides the central heating and hot water.

First Floor
The staircase from the entrance hallway rises directly to the first floor landing, which has a uPVC double glazed window looking out to the parking and garden. There is a panelled door to the enclosed staircase which rises to the second floor master bedroom suite, which has a built in cupboard beneath providing useful storage.
The landing has a dado rail and from here, period stripped pine 4-panelled doors lead into…

Bedroom 3: 11'6 to chimney breast x 10'11 The 3rd bedroom has a uPVC double glazed window looking over the gardens and fields and down the coast towards Scarborough. This room has a television point, a radiator and a vanity unit with an inset porcelain sink and cupboard beneath. In the corner of the room is the airing cupboard with its lagged hot water tank and immersion heater and there is an attractive period, cast iron, bedroom style fireplace set into the chimney breast.

Bedroom 2: 14'5 x 10'10 maximum to chimney recess (9'7 minimum to chimney breast) The 2nd bedroom has a uPVC double glazed window to the front overlooking the fields opposite. This room also has an attractive period, cast iron bedroom style fireplace as well as a radiator and TV point.

Bathroom: 7'9 x 7'7 The generously proportioned bathroom has a uPVC double glazed window to the front, an extractor fan, part tiled walls and a radiator. There is also a built in cupboard and a wall-mounted electric fan heater. The white suite comprises a WC with a low level cistern, pedestal wash hand basin and a corner bath with the Triton electric shower above and a shower screen.

Second Floor
An enclosed staircase from the first floor landing rises directly into…

Master Bedroom: 17'8 (including staircase) x 15'4 Set in the roof, the master bedroom suite has the most attractive falling eaves and exposed roof timbers, as well as a uPVC double glazed dormer window to the rear, with the most fabulous view along the coast to Scarborough Castle in the distance. This room has a radiator, TV point and useful built in cupboards set into the eaves. From here doors lead to…

Bathroom: The bathroom has a uPVC double glazed window looking over the fields to the front of the house, as well as exposed roof timbers and attractive falling eaves. There are part-tiled walls, a radiator and the suite comprises a pedestal wash hand basin, a panelled bath with mixer spray unit and a WC with a concealed cistern.

Shower: In the corner of the room, behind a period panelled door, is the shower cubicle with its thermostatic shower.

The garden lies to the side and rear of the house, and is beautifully proportioned. It is remarkably private and secure, enclosed by hedges and fences with double wooden gates to the front.

At the end of the house, lying between the house and the outbuilding is a gravelled parking area, providing plenty of secure parking for a number of vehicles.

The main part of the garden is laid to lawn with flowerbeds, borders and decked and gravelled seating areas. There are a large selection of flowerbeds and borders around the parking area too, as well as 4 vegetable beds and a secret little woodland walk behind the outbuilding.

Constructed of timber and concrete block, on a concrete base, the outbuilding offers some really useful space for both work, storage and recreation.

Store Room/Former Loose Box: 11'8 x 11'2 This room offers light and power with a stable door to the front.

Workshop (Former Tack Room): 11'6 x 11'2 this useful workshop has light and power as well as a door to the home office, which is currently not in use.

Garage: 20'6 x 19'3 internally This beautiful garage is certainly larger than you would expect a normal double width garage to be, it has an electric roller shutter door to the front, 2 uPVC double glazed windows to the side and light and power. A door to the side leads through to the home office and an enclosed staircase rises from here to the first floor.

Office: 12'11 x 11'11 The office has a window to the side, light, power and a wash hand basin.

First Floor 17'6 x 19'1, with reduced headroom to the sides (head room is 7'0 approximately in the peak and 3'9 minimum at either side) The first floor, lying above the garage has been converted to a gym with laminate flooring, a velux window in the roof and a window to the end which looks over the fields and out to sea in the distance. This room has light, power and a TV point.


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: If you head out of Whitby on the A171 road towards Scarborough passing the villages of Hawsker, High Normanby and the hamlet of the Flask, where there is a garage and a public house. Continue on this road up the hill and turn left the Falcon Inn where signed to Ravenscar. Follow the signs down to the village, passed the Windmill and down Raven Hall Road, at the bottom, instead of turning through the gates for the hotel, follow the road round to the right onto Station Road and at the end of this you will see Station Square. If you leave Station Square in the top left hand corner, as though driving onto the track, you will see Loring Road and number 1 appear on your left hand side, just beyond the cycle path.
We would advise that you follow the above directions and not to use as Sat Nav as it will direct you wrongly.

Services: The property is understood to be connected to mains water, electricity and drainage. Heating and hot water are provided by the oil fired Worcester wall-mounted boiler, located in the cloakroom.

Council Tax Banding: 'D' £1646.73 payable for 2015-16 (verbal query only). Scarborough Borough Council. Tel (01723) 232323.

Post Code: YO13 0LY

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24 August 2016


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