28 The Lane, Mickleby, TS13 5LX
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- Detached stone built house with an annex
- 2-3 bedrooms in the house plus 2 bedrooms in the annex
- With spacious gardens, a barn and a paddock beyond totalling approximately 1.73 acres
- Driveway parking
- Set in this quiet rural village within the National Park
- Double glazed
- Klover pellet burning stove for cooking and heating
- PV solar panels
- Would make an ideal home for a change of lifestyle
Set in heart of this quiet rural village, 28 The Lane is a deceptive property, comprising a house and annex with gardens, plus a barn and land to the rear, extending to nearly 2 acres in all.
The stone house will date from the 19th century but has been extended to the side to provide the annex, and with a conservatory to the rear linking across the rear of both the house and annex. The house is double glazed.
From the forecourt garden area which has been paved, a part glazed door opens into a tiled porch with windows to 3 aspects before a part glazed inner door opens through into ...
Farmhouse Style Kitchen - with a beamed ceiling, tiled floor and handmade pine cabinets and worktops, this really does feel like a farmhouse kitchen, especially with the high spec pellet burning range stove for cooking and heating. A door connects into ...
The Lounge - also with beamed ceilings, the lounge has a cosy feel with a huge brick fireplace within which stands the multi-fuel stove. Stairs lead up to the first floor and glazed double doors open out into ....
Conservatory - made with timber framed double glazed sections on low stone walls with a aluminium framed tinted glass roof, the conservatory has two sets of double doors opening out into the garden and sliding patio doors open into ...
The Annex Living Room - fitted with a simple suite of kitchen cabinets, this room could suit a number of uses depending on an owner's needs. A window faces to the front and an open tread staircase rises to the first floor of the annex.
1st Floor - House
The staircase from the lounge rises to the first floor landing in the house. There is a useful storage cupboard and a hatch provides ladder access to the attic rooms. Doors open to the bedrooms and a house bathroom.
There are three bedrooms in the house. The largest is a double facing to the front and has a connecting door to the largest bedroom in the annex. The second bedroom is also a good double to the front and the third bedroom is currently used as a study, having a window overlooking the gardens to the rear.
The bathroom is simply fitted with a white suite and door opens to a step-in airing cupboard which storage shelving and a lagged hot water cylinder.
The Attics lie in 2 rooms and have matchboard panelled ceilings. The first room is 12'8 x 12'8 (between the lower purlins) and has a window in the gable facing east. A low doorway connects to the second attic room 12'7 x 12'7 (between lower purlins) which has a Velux rooflight to the front. These areas are used as rooms by the current owners and light and power is connected.
1st Floor - Annex
The open tread stair from the living room rises up to a small landing where doors open to the two bedrooms and a bi-folding door opens to the shower room.
The larger bedroom faces to the front and is a double with an interconnecting door to the master bedroom of the house. The second bedroom is an L-shaped single room to the rear. The shower room is compact and includes a basin, WC and a tiled shower cubicle.
The rear garden is laid to lawn with a patio to one side and a gravelled driveway for off-street parking down the side of the house. There is a small domestic vegetable garden including a greenhouse and a 5-bar gate opens through to the land and barn.
The first section of the land has been used as an allotment with established fruit bushes and fruit trees plus vegetable beds.
The barn (approx. 60' x 20' overall) is built with a timber frame and part block walls, having part timber cladding and a box profile steel sheet roof. There is water and power to the barn and part only is concrete floored.
The second area of land has been divided up with areas previously used for pigs and the field cut and baled for hay. The land is relatively level with stock proof boundaries and water is provided by a hosepipe from the barn.
GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS
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.
Services: The cottage is connected to mains water, electricity and drainage. The property has a Klover pellet burning stove in the kitchen for cooking and heating. PV Solar panels. Thermal solar panels on the roof are in the process of being replaced with PV solar with batteries.
There is a culverted land drain under the garden that needs to be maintained.
Directions: Mickleby lies around 7 miles west of Whitby and is well signed from the A174 coast road as well as from the A171 moor road. 28 The Lane lies on the north side of the main street running through the village, roughly opposite the village hall. See also location and boundary plans provided.
Council Tax Banding: Band 'E'. Approx £2,662 payable for 2023/4. North Yorkshire Council. Tel .
Post Code: TS13 5LX
Richardson and Smith have prepared these particulars in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property based on their inspection and information provided by the vendors. Nothing in these particulars should be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or that any services or equipment are in good working order as these have not been tested. Purchasers are advised to seek their own survey and legal advice.
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28 The Lane, Mickleby, TS13 5LX
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Leaholm Station4.0 miles
- Egton Station4.8 miles
- Glaisdale Station4.8 miles
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