3 bedroom detached house for sale

Dornoch House, Burneston, Bedale

£280,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Council Tax Band D

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE Double glazed entrance door with a leaded window to the front, radiator, solid oak flooring and glazed double door into the Hallway. 

HALLWAY Stairs leading to the first floor with a spindle banister, radiator, built-in bookcase and cupboard and doors to the Dining Kitchen and Sitting Room.  

SITTING ROOM 17' 8" x 12' 1" (5.38m x 3.68m) Double glazed bay window to the front, radiator, stone hearth, television point, coving to the ceiling and open to the Dining Kitchen.  

DINING KITCHEN 18' 5" x 12' 6" (5.61m x 3.81m) Kitchen Area
Matching wall and base units with solid oak worksurface over, tiled splashbacks, downlighters under the wall units, one and half bowl sink with a chrome mixer tap over, space for a range style gas cooker. Breakfast bar, radiator, wood flooring, double glazed window to the rear, open to the Dining Area and a glazed door to the Utility Room.

Dining Area
Continuation of the solid oak flooring from the Kitchen and is open to the Sitting Room and Sun Room, log burning stove set on a stone hearth and a television point.
 

SUN ROOM 9' 10" x 9' (3m x 2.74m) Continuation of the solid oak flooring from the dining Kitchen, double glazed windows to the rear and sides and double glazed French doors all overlooking the rear garden. Spotlights and a double radiator.  

UTILITY ROOM Matching range of wall and based units with a wooden work surface over, tiled splashbacks over the work surfaces, one and half bowl ceramic sink with chrome mixer tap over, space for a washing machine, dishwasher and an American style fridge freezer, wood effect flooring, leaded double glazed window to the rear and a frosted leaded double glazed window to the rear. Door into the Garage and WC.  

WC Low level WC, washbasin set into a vanity unit with a chrome mixer tap over, chrome ladder style heated towel rail, tiled walls, a leaded frosted double glazed window to the side.  

GARAGE 17' 8" x 8' 6" (5.38m x 2.59m) Light and power points, floor mounted Worcester boiler and a range of shelving. 

FIRST FLOOR  

CENTRAL LANDING Double glazed window to the side, access to the loft space, built-in airing cupboard and doors to all bedrooms and the bathroom.  

MASTER BEDROOM 17' 8" x 11' 5" (5.38m x 3.48m) Double glazed windows to the front and rear, double radiator, television point.  

ENSUITE Step-in shower cubicle with a glazed shower screen door, chrome ladder style heated towel rail, washbasin set into a vanity unit with a chrome mixer tap over, recess spotlights, and an extractor fan.

 

BEDROOM 2 17' 8" x 12' 1" (5.38m x 3.68m) Double glazed window to the front, double radiator and a range of fitted wardrobes. 

BEDROOM 3 12' 6" x 9' 5" (3.81m x 2.87m)(maximum) Leaded double glazed window to the rear with far reaching attractive views across open field and a radiator.  

BATHROOM Panelled bath with chrome mixer tap over and handheld shower attachment over, pedestal mounted washbasin with a chrome mixer tap over, low level WC, tiled walls, double radiator and a leaded frosted double glazed window to the rear.  

OUTSIDE Front
Off street parking for at least 2 cars and leading to the integral Garage, walled boundaries with a gravelled border and gated access to the rear garden to the side.

Rear
Is mainly lawned with mature planted borders with a mix of flowers and shrubs, paved patio area with steps up to the lawn, a side gate leading down the side to the front of the property, walled boundaries, oil tank which has been screened with a gated access and a calor gas store.
 

LOCATION Burneston is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. The village is close to the A1(M) road and is about 4 miles (6 km) south-east of Bedale. The village is recorded in the Domesday Book as "Brennigston" and at the time was the property of Merleswein the Sheriff. The King passed ownership to Count Alan of Brittany, who made Robert of Moutiers the local landlord. In 1591 the lordship was granted to Sir Richard Theakston by the Queen. It subsequently passed through the Pierse family of Bedale in 1639, the Wastell family in 1682, to eventually reside in 1830 with Matthew Montagu, 4th Baron Rokeby. The old Roman road of Dere Street ran near the village and now follows the route of the A1(M). The almshouses in Main Street, later partly used as a school, were built in 1680 and are Grade II listed. The village has one public house, The Woodman Inn, and a post office. The village is served by three school bus services, one that picks up primary school children from the surrounding area who attend the village school, and two that serve secondary pupils attending Bedale High School, Outwood Academy or Ripon Grammar School. There is one regular bus service that stops in the village on the Bedale to Ripon route.  


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24 May 2018

Nearest stations

  • Bedale (3.1 mi)
  • Leeming Bar (3.4 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Bedale (3.1 mi)
  • Leeming Bar (3.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Norman F. Brown, Bedale

6 Bridge Street, Bedale, DL8 2AD

01677 644001 Local call rate

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