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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Newsham, Richmond, North Yorkshire

Guide Price £365,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Immaculate Period Cottage
  • Grade II Listed
  • Full of Character
  • Lovely Private Walled Garden
  • Gated Driveway
  • CHAIN FREE

Full description

Centrally located in this popular village, Woodbine Cottage is an impressive Grade II Listed detached cottage originally dating from the mid 18th Century which sits in a private courtyard setting. Having been upgraded over recent years, it offers generous living accommodation which retains a wealth of period features including exposed stone flagged floors, beamed ceilings and feature fireplaces. Externally the cottage benefits from off street parking via wrought iron gates, useful outbuildings and a private garden. Offered CHAIN FREE, an internal inspection is strongly advised.

Dining Hall - 6.30m x 3.90m (20'8" x 12'10") - The timber entrance door opens into the large welcoming Dining Hall which features exposed stone floors, exposed beams and an open fire with cast iron insert. There are two radiators, and two Yorkshire sliding sash windows to the front of the property.

Kitchen - 4.50m x 2.10m (14'9" x 6'11") - Fitted with a range of high gloss wall and base units which are complimented by granite worksurfaces. Integrated into the units are a Rangemaster cooker, a Belfast sink and a fridge freezer. The floor is finished with stone flags and there are exposed roof timbers and a sliding sash window.

Utility Room - 2.10m x 1.40m (6'11" x 4'7") - A useful area which has plumbing for a washing machine, boiler cupboard and a door giving access to the rear of the cottage.

Sitting Room - 4.42m x 3.58m (14'6" x 11'9") - With exposed beams, stone flooring and two Yorkshire sliding sash windows. The central feature of the room is the impressive fireplace which has a dressed stone surround and a wood burning stove.

Family Room - 4.50m x 3.40m (14'9" x 11'2") - An additional reception room which could be used as a family room, playroom or study. Again with exposed beams, stone flooring and a radiator. There are two windows, one to the front and a second overlooking the garden.

First Floor - The upper floor can be accessed via two separate staircases. One from the Dining Hall and the second from the Sitting Room.

Bedroom 1 - 4.50m x 3.70m (14'9" x 12'2") - A large double bedroom which features a vaulted ceiling with large roof truss. There is a Yorkshire sliding sash window, a radiator and a built in wardrobe. Steps lead up to the House Bathroom.

House Bathroom - 6.30m x 3.90m (20'8" x 12'10") - A most impressive bathroom which features a freestanding oval bath, a large shower cubicle and a wash hand basin set into a vanity unit. There is a vaulted ceiling, a heated towel rail and a sliding sash window.

Bedroom 2 - 4.50m x 2.80m (14'9" x 9'2") - A double bedroom with beamed ceiling, radiator and a Yorkshire sliding sash window.

Ensuite - With shower cubicle, wash hand basin and a WC.

Bedroom 3 - 3.96m x 2.57m (13'0" x 8'5") - A double bedroom with exposed truss, a radiator and a Yorkshire sliding sash window.

External - The property is accessed via a set of gates that offer privacy and security, and open onto the cobbled parking area.

The range of outbuildings comprise a Workshop (4.06m x 3.12m), a Store (3.60m x 2.70m) with WC and a further smaller store, again with a WC. The outbuildings have electricity, water and drainage connected.

A wrought iron gate in a high stone wall accessed the private garden, which has been well planned and landscaped. The garden is mainly lawned and features a range of planted areas accessed via a winding flagstone pathway.

Additional Information - The postcode is DL11 7QZ and we are advised that the Council Tax Band is C.

The Worcester oil fired boiler is located in the Utility Room.

Newsham is a village and civil parish in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, it is a friendly working village with a good community spirit that benefits from an active Village Hall. There are school bus services within the village also.

Newsham is close to the popular market towns of Barnard Castle and Richmond, The A66 and A1 (M) motorways at Scotch Corner offer easy access to the business and commercial centres of Yorkshire and also the North East.

The East Coast Mainline runs from Darlington Railway Station, and Durham Tees Airport is also close to hand. The regional airports of Leeds and Newcastle are also within approximately one hours driving distance.

Photographs taken September 2016.

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