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Pear Tree House, Asenby, YO7








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Key features

  • Four Bedroom Detached House
  • Village Location
  • Large Double Garage
  • Fantastic Gardens
  • Ground Floor Bedroom/Bathroom


Built around 1830 for the then Doctor of the village, Pear Tree House stands proudly on this corner plot in the quaint village of Asenby. 

With four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, fully enclosed private garden and double garage this stunning family home is in a great location for transport links while having the benefits of quiet village life. 

Council tax band: E, Tenure: Freehold,

Entrance Hall

2.72m x 5.78m (8' 11" x 19' 0")

On entering into the property you are welcomed into this large entrance hall, offering access to all downstairs rooms and with both under stairs cupboard and loft storage. There is also a large boot room accessed from the hall.

Living Room

3.67m x 5.04m (12' 0" x 16' 6")

To the front of the property the sitting room has a fireplace, which currently has an electric stove in front of the chimney which could be used if desired. A large window over looks the front garden. Either side of the chimney breast is build in storage with bookshelves above adding a beautiful, yet functional feature.

Dining Room

3.56m x 3.69m (11' 8" x 12' 1")

The dining room is access through an archway from the living room and offers access to the kitchen. Again large windows flood the room with natural light. There is also a circular 'porthole' window to the side of the property.


The kitchen diner is an extension to the original property and is a wonderful light space with triple glazed windows and French doors to the stunning garden. The fully fitted kitchen hosts a superb range of base and wall units including a large walk in pantry cupboard. Fridge, freezer, dishwasher, oven and hob are all integrated while there is space for freestanding washing machine and tumble dryer.

Bedroom Four

2.78m x 3.32m (9' 1" x 10' 11")

Currently used as a study the downstairs bedroom is a good size double with walk in storage and window to the front.


2.51m x 2.51m (8' 2" x 8' 2")

The downstairs bathroom is a full wet room with accessible shower, the floor and walls are tiled with white tiles. A wrought iron radiator and towel rail above heat the room.

First floor landing

The staircase has a stunning arched window which overlooks the southeast facing garden. This beautiful feature makes the staircase and landing a beautiful airy, light space. The loft is fully boarded with drop down ladder.

Main Bedroom

3.68m x 3.92m (12' 1" x 12' 11")

To the front of the property, with two windows overlooking the front garden the main bedroom has a full wall of fitted storage.

Bedroom Two

2.97m x 3.71m (9' 8" x 12' 2")

To the rear of the property, the second bedroom currently has a single bed but would comfortably hold a double, with a full wall of fitted storage. This room offers lovely views to the garden.

Bedroom Three

3.27m x 2.73m (10' 8" x 9' 0")

To the front of the property, the third bedroom has fitted storage and ample space for a double bed.


2.60m x 2.71m (8' 6" x 8' 11")

The house bathroom has a large corner shower unit with white bath and basin the obscure glass window is to the rear of the property.


5.48m x 4.90m (18' 0" x 16' 1")

This double size garage has an up and over door to the front and a wooden door to the side of the garden. There is power sockets and lights overhead.


The property sits on a large plot. the front and rear gardens are currently separated by gates and doors so the rear garden can be fully enclosed for children and pets. The large South East facing lawn basks in sunshine all day. There is a large patio area which is elevated and has a brick BBQ in position. An external storage cupboard holds the gas boiler.


The Village of Asenby is mentioned in the doomsday book, but local archaeological digs have shown human settlement before the viking invasion meaning there has been a village for over 1000 years!
Now Asenby is the home of the Crab and Lobster and in a great location for local schools including Cundall and Queen Mary's.

Agent Comments

Rarely, do we have an opportunity to present a fantastic period property, that has been so lovingly occupied for such a long period of time. Pear Tree House, once built for the Doctor of the Village has been extended to offer spacious living, with ground floor bedroom and bathroom available. The gardens are a joy and the large double garage will occupy even the most fanatical of hobbyists.



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Pear Tree House, Asenby, YO7

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9 Bridge Street Thirsk YO7 1AD

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