5 bedroom detached house for sale

1 High Street, Hinderwell, TS13 5JX

Under Offer £395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A splendid Grade II listed former Rectory dating from the Georgian period
  • Set in walled gardens to the front and rear.
  • A commanding home ripe for renovation.
  • One of the most eye-catching homes in the area.
  • With a shower room and bathroom
  • BEST AND FINAL OFFER DEADLINE 12 NOON ON FRIDAY 1ST DECEMBER 2017

Full description

1 The High Street was formerly the Rectory to St Hilda's Church and is a grade II listed building. Ripe for refurbishment, the property retains a number of period details including panelled sash windows with shutters, 6 panel doors, etc. The house dates back to the 18th Century but appears to have been an enlargement and remodeling of an earlier house. The house offers extensive and flexible accommodation and stands within walled gardens (the walls are also listed) and extends to 2/3rds of an acre.

From the driveway at the front of the house, a traditional panelled entrance door, set in an attractive portico surround, opens into…

Entrance Hallway: 19'3 x 9'2 With part panelled walls, this formal hallway houses a sweeping period staircase rising to the upper floors and 6 panel style doors open to…

Lounge: 19'0 (22'6 into bay window) x 15'0 A beautifully proportioned principal reception room with a curved sash bay window facing to the rear garden, with traditional shutters and a panelled sash window to the front, also retaining original shutters. The focal point of the room is a simple fireplace within which stands a cast iron, multi fuel stove on a stone hearth, with an oak mantle. Ceiling cornice, central heating radiator and fitted carpet.

Study: 14'11 (into recess) x 14'2 The study has half panelled walls with a built-in bookcase to one wall and a shelved recessed cupboard, where there was formerly a door to the adjacent workshop (see later). A panelled sash window faces out onto the front garden, with window shutters. Fitted carpet, ceiling cornice, electric panel heater and central heating radiator.

Inner Hallway: With doors to the cellars, the cloakroom and kitchen. Vinyl flooring, coat hooks and central heating radiator.

WC Cloakroom: Fitted with a simple white suite comprising a low flush WC and wash hand basin. Vinyl flooring, central heating radiator and window to side. Panel door to shallow recessed cupboard.

Kitchen: 16'7 x 13'6 (plus wide inglenook recess) The spacious kitchen offers plenty of room for a table and chairs, as well as for cooking, and is fitted with a simple suite of base and wall cabinets, with a stainless steel sink unit. Gas cooker point and extractor cooker hood. A half glazed door and sash windows with secondary glazing, open to the rear garden at the side and the focal point of the room is a wide, stone, inglenook within which stands a Parkray solid fuel stove. Central and spot lighting. A connecting door leads through to…

Utility: 12'3 x 10'5 With sash windows to the side and rear, the utility is fitted with a simple range of units to match those in the kitchen, including a stainless steel sink and there are points for an automatic machine and tumble dryer. Vinyl flooring and central heating radiator. A connecting door leads through to…

Rear Lobby: With an external door to the side yard and a further door to…

Pantry: 7'6 x 4'0 With window to the rear and tap to provide water out to the gardens, the pantry has fitted shelves and vinyl flooring.

Cellars: 18'2 x 14'6 From the inner hallway, stone steps descend down to a spacious cellar with stone floor, window to the rear and partial shelving.

First Floor
The beautiful period staircase with carved hand rail and part panelled walls, sweeps up to a first floor landing, with a sash window to the rear. Fitted carpet and central heating radiator. 6 panel doors open from here to Bedroom 1 and the Dressing Room and a further doorway opens to an inner corridor with doors to the remaining rooms.

Bedroom 1: 19'1 x 15'1 Sash window to the front, with window seat and traditional shutters. Panel sash window to rear with traditional shutters. Picture rail, fitted carpet, 2 x central heating radiators. Fire surround with sealed fireplace. Connecting panel door to…

En-Suite Dressing Room: 9'2 x 8'6 With door back to the first floor landing, this spacious room has a panel sash window to front, with traditional shutters and built-in shelving. Central heating radiator, picture rail and fitted carpet.

Bedroom 2: 15'4 x 12'3 (max) Sash window to front with window seat and traditional shutters and a period fireplace with basket style grate and simple surround. Partial picture rail, fitted carpet and central heating radiator. A connecting door leads through to…

En-Suite Dressing Room (2): 10'9 x 6'5 With a window facing to the side, a wash hand basin with a shaver light and socket. Fitted carpet and central heating radiator. This room has a second door back to the landing.

Inner Hallway: 14'10 x 5'9 With a dormer window facing to the side, with a horizontal Yorkshire sash window, fitted carpet and central heating radiator. Built-in shelved storage cupboard. Panel style doors opening to…

Shower Room: 10'8 x 5'10 With vinyl flooring, the shower room has a dormer window to the side with sash, including extractor fan. It is fitted with a simple suite comprising a shower cubicle with Mira Sport fitment, low flush WC and pedestal wash basin, with light and shaver socket. Vinyl flooring, central heating radiator.

Bathroom: 10'7 x 7'6 Also fitted with a simple white suite comprising panel bath with Mira Sport shower over, pedestal wash basin and low flush WC, with light and shaver socket. Vinyl flooring, central heating radiator, sash window to side, including extractor fan. The bathroom also houses the built-in airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder and linen shelving.

Bedroom 3: 16'9 x11'1 Another generous double bedroom with window to rear looking onto the walled gardens, fitted carpet and central heating radiator. This room has a period cast fireplace and a built-in shelved cupboard, plus exposed roof purlins.

2nd Floor
The period staircase extends to a galleried second floor landing, from where panelled doors open to…

Bedroom 4 (Attic East): 18'7 x 15'6 (overall) A generously proportioned double bedroom, with fitted carpet, 2 x central heating radiators, cast and tiled 1920s style period fireplace and exposed purlins. Dormer window to the front and twin sash window to the side.

Box Room: 19'2 x 7'9 With fitted carpet and Velux window facing to the front.

Bedroom 5 (Attic West): 18'3 x 15'3 A further double bedroom with a dormer window to the front, fitted carpet and 2 x central heating radiators. Exposed purlins and sealed bedroom style fireplace.

Outside
The front garden is mainly lawned, with a central tarmacked driveway offering plenty of space to turn and for private parking. The garden is also planted with shrubs and trees and bounded by listed stone walls. A gate to the west side of the house opens into the rear garden. And to the east the property has:

Workshop: 17'6 x 9'5 Formerly attached from the house via the study, the workshop has a half glazed door and a sash window facing into the front garden and houses the 2 Worcester, gas central heating boilers and stainless steel sink unit. A connecting door leads through to a further hallway where a door opens to the rear yard at the side of the house.

Garage: 17'x 9' (internal) lying to the side of the workshop, the garage has a modern up and over door and a further door opening into the side yard, at the rear. Electric light and power.

The larger rear garden is bounded to the east by a listed garden wall and to the west by a wall and fence. On the north side is a high wall with a gate opening into the church yard. The garden includes a greenhouse and has areas of lawn, shrubs and trees, plus areas under cultivation and fruit trees and bushes.

On the east side of the house is a walled yard with raised beds including planted with flowers and a vine. Stone coal house / log store. The yard has gates opening into the back garden and onto the path running along the east side of the property.

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 Richardson and Smith's offices in Whitby, head out of town along the A174, passing through the villages of Sandsend, Lythe, and dropping down Ellerby Bank, passing the turns for Runswick Bay, until you reach the village of Hinderwell. No.1 The High Street lies at the northern end of the village facing down the road, adjacent to the church. See also location and boundary plans.

Planning: The property lies within the North York Moors National Park. Tel: 01439 770657. The property is a grade II listed building, and the garden walls are separately listed. The property does not lie within a Conservation Area.

Development Clawback Clause: The sale is proposed to include the imposition of a development clawback clause reserving 30% of any uplift in development value if there is development or planning permission for development on the property in the next 30 years. Further details will be provided to solicitors in due course.

Covenant on Use and Naming: As is usual with any sales of former church property, restrictive covenants will be imposed requiring the property to only be used as a private dwelling house for a single family and prohibiting the property being used as a hotel, pub or licensed premises. A further restriction will prevent the property from being called 'The Rectory' or 'The Vicarage', or similar, to avoid confusion. The 'Old Rectory' would not be deemed to breach this. Further details will be provided on request.

Services: The property is connected to mains gas, drainage, water and electricity. Heating is provided by twin Worcester gas fueled central heating boilers located in the workshop.

Council Tax Banding: 'G' £2,872 payable for 2017-18 (verbal query only) Scarborough Borough Council. Tel: 01723 232323.

Post Code: TS13 5JX / H (the property appears under both post codes but is registered at the post office under TS13 5JX)

BEST AND FINAL OFFER DEADLINE 12 NOON ON FRIDAY 1ST DECEMBER 2017




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  • Leaholm (5.9 mi)
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01947 496000 Local call rate

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