3 bedroom cottage for saleMarton
- Most Appealing Detached Cottage
- 3 Bedrooms
- Substantial Double Garage
- Delightful Rural Setting
- 18' Dining Kitchen
- 23' Lounge with Garden Room Leading Off
- Long, Lawned Foregarden
- Large Parking
- Delightful Country Views
- Energy Rating - E
A most appealing three bedroomed detached cottage property which is set in private gardens that extend to approximately a quarter of an acre and include a substantial double garage with a large 21' studio room above. Enjoying a delightful rural setting just over a mile to the north of Burton Constable Hall the property enjoys some delightful country views, has oil fired central heating, double glazing, a burglar alarm and includes: entrance porch, 18' dining kitchen, 23' lounge with garden room leading off, inner hall, two ground floor bedrooms, bathroom/wc, and stairs to a 23' bedroom on the first floor. There is a long, lawned garden to the front with a pond and terrace areas and a large parking court to the rear complete with greenhouse and another terrace. Energy Rating - E
Location - Deriving its name from the 'letter box' set into the gable wall of the cottage, this property enjoys a super rural setting within the hamlet of Marton and is positioned about three miles to the north of Sproately and just over one mile to the south east of New Ellerby. Benefiting from some lovely country views the property is well placed for access to both Beverley and Hull as well as the East Yorkshire coast.
Accommodation - The accommodation has an oil fired central heating system via hot water radiators, double glazing, a burglar alarm and is arranged on two floors as follows:
Entrance Porch - With UPVC front entrance door, ceramic tile flooring and inner door leading through to:
Dining Kitchen - 9' 3" x 18' 2" (2.82m x 5.54m)
With a range of matching fitted base and wall units which incorporate worksurfaces with an inset one and half bowl ceramic sink, a range style cooker with fitted cooker hood over, a Eurostar oil fired central heating boiler, ceiling cove, double doors leading through to the lounge and one central heating radiator.
Lounge - 11' 7" x 23' 0" (3.53m x 7.01m)
With a cast iron log burning stove set in a feature inglenook style brick fire place, open beamed ceiling, dog leg spindled staircase leading off with cupboard under, five matching wall lights, double door leading through to the garden room and two central heating radiators.
Garden Room - 13' 5" x 12' 0" (4.09m x 3.66m) overall
With a brick base, tiled roof, double French doors leading out onto a terrace, and a delightful outlook over the main garden.
Inner Hall - Leading to:
Bedroom 1 - 9' 2" x 14' 6" (2.79m x 4.42m) overall
With an oriel bay window overlooking the main garden as well as two windows to the side, ceiling cove, and one central heating radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 7' 4" x 9' 5" (2.24m x 2.87m)
With a range of fitted wardrobes, UPVC external door, ceiling cove and one central heating radiator.
Bathroom - 6' 10" x 6' 3" (2.08m x 1.91m)
With a white suite comprising a corner bath with a plumbed shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc, full height tiling to the walls and one central heating radiator.
First Floor -
Small Landing - Leading to:
Studio Bedroom 3 - 11' 4" x 23' 0" (3.45m x 7.01m) overall
With built in wardrobes, a separate cylinder/airing cupboard open beamed effect ceiling with downlighting, and two central heating radiators.
Outside - The cottage is approached through a brick pillared entrance incorporating external 'lantern' lights and double five bar timber entrance gates which open out onto a large concreted and gravelled PARKING COURT in front of a substantial brick and tile built DOUBLE GARAGE which measure 21' 8'' x 24' internal with two up and over doors, side personal door, external security lighting, power and light laid on, a partitioned wc, plumbing for an automatic washer and a range of fitted base units. A staircase leads to a useful STUDIO ROOM 15' 8'' x 21' 8'' above the garage and this benefits from some delightful country views to both the front and rear. The studio room has a single drainer stainless steel sink, there is a built in storage cupboard and a fitted worksurface. There is an ornamental garden area to the rear of the garage where there is also a greenhouse, together with a paved patio between the cottage and the garage.
The main garden is positioned to the front of the cottage and this is mainly lawned and enclosed by mature hedgerow. There is a gravelled sun terrace adjoining the immediate rear of the house and beyond this is an ornamental pond with a paved terrace area to one side. There is also security lighting mounted on the rear of the cottage.
Tenure - The tenure of this property is understood to be freehold (confirmation to be provided by the vendors solicitors) and vacant possession will be given upon completion at a date to be agreed.
Extras - All fitted floor coverings, curtains and light fittings, together with other fixtures and fittings detailed within these sales particulars will be included in the sale price.
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