Bank Lane, Faceby

£580,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A well proportioned and attractive four bedroom home, situated in the popular North York Moors National Park village of Faceby, at the foot of The Cleveland Hills. Bank House has been well designed with four reception rooms giving ample living accommodation and a feeling of space as well as having traditional style features throughout, such as exposed beams, coving and an Inglenook fireplace. Bank House sits within a generous plot, with mature gardens including lawns and patio areas, as well as a detached double garage and ample private parking on the rear driveway. Benefitting from no onward chain and double glazing throughout. EPC EER D68.

Location

Stokesley 4.4 miles, Northallerton 12 miles, Middlesbrough 13.6 miles, Darlington 20 miles (distances are approximate). Excellent road links to the A19, A66 and A1 providing access to Teesside, Newcastle, Durham, York, Harrogate and Leeds. Direct train services from Northallerton and Darlington to London Kings Cross, Manchester and Edinburgh. International Airports: Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.

Amenities

Nestled in the North Yorkshire Moors, Faceby is a small village and civil parish with The Sutton Arms pub being situated next door, a village hall and a 12th Century Church. Residents here enjoy a semi rural location, with many stunning views towards Whorl Hill and the Cleveland Hills and an abundance of footpaths and bridleways on the doorstep, whilst benefiting from the close proximity to Stokesley. The location of this property lends itself to be suitable for a range of uses including, primary home, holiday let or second home due to the stunning surroundings and proximity to local amenities.

Reception Hall

An entrance porch with double glazed door and windows to side, tiled flooring and radiator leading into the Reception Hall, with partial double height ceiling and raised window, staircase with half landing leading to first floor, wooden flooring, two under stairs cupboards providing hanging and storage space, radiator.

Living Room

17'6 x 15'0 (5.33m x 4.57m)

Two windows overlooking the front garden, Inglenook fireplace with open grate fire and tiled hearth, coving, wall light points and two radiators.

Family/ Games Room

18'11 x 12'0 (5.77m x 3.66m)

A generous sized room with a range of potential uses, currently used as a Garmes Room with Patio doors leading to rear garden and seating area, wooden flooring, coving, dado rail and radiator.

Dining Room

15'1 x 11'7 (4.60m x 3.53m)

Window overlooking the rear garden, coving and alcoves with built-in uplighters, dado rail and a radiator.

Snug/ Study

13'7 x 9'8 (4.14m x 2.95m)

With dual aspect to front and side gardens, radiator, coving to ceiling and dado rail.

Breakfast Kitchen

19'6 x 13'8 (5.94m x 4.17m)

Good range of wall and base units incorporating granite work surfaces with 1 bowl sink with waste disposal unit, integrated drawer style fridge, built-in Samsung electric oven, electric four ring hob with extractor above. Exposed timber beams, space for a breakfast table, tiled floor, patio doors open into conservatory and doors leading to utility, dining room and hallway, radiator.

Conservatory

12'11 x 6'11 (3.94m x 2.11m)

Windows to three sides overlooking the garden with doors to patio and garden, two built in planting beds and tiled flooring.

Utility Room

13'8 x 5'11 (4.17m x 1.80m)

Further storage with wall and base units incorporating rolled edge work surfaces with single bowl stainless steel sink unit, oil fired central heating boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine and freezers. Door leading to side pathway.

Cloakroom/WC

Low level wc, vanity wash hand basin, frosted glass window to side, extractor fan and radiator.

First Floor Galleried Landing

Window with view towards Church and Whorl Hill, loft access hatch, dado rail, radiator and doors to all bedrooms and bathroom.

Master Bedroom

15'8 x 13'0 (4.78m x 3.96m)

Two windows with views towards Whorl Hill, a range of fitted wardrobes, drawer and a dressing table, exposed timber beam, two radiators and an ensuite shower room.

Ensuite Shower Room

Comprising low level wc, bidet, two wash hand basins and step-in shower/steam cubicle, frosted window to side, radiator, and extractor fan.

Bedroom Two

13'4 x 12'1 (4.06m x 3.68m)

Window overlooking the rear garden and fields beyond, radiator and door leading into ensuite shower room.

Ensuite Shower Room

Low level wc, vanity wash hand basin, step-in shower cubicle and extractor fan.

Bedroom Three

15'2 x 13'8 (4.62m x 4.17m)

Dual aspect with views over rear and side gardens, eaves storage and a good range of fitted storage, including; wardrobes, drawers and dressing table. Exposed timber beam and radiator.

Bedroom Four

13'8 x 11'0 (4.17m x 3.35m)

With dual aspect to front and side, fitted wardrobes, exposed timber beam and radiator.

House Bathroom

A five piece suite comprising low level wc, lowered Jacuzzi bath, bidet, pedestal wash hand basin and step-in corner shower cubicle. Frosted glazed window to rear, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and providing storage, exposed timber beam and radiator.

Externally

The property is set in a generous plot which is mainly laid to lawn to the front and rear gardens, with hedged and fenced boundaries. The property is approached via iron gates with gravelled off street parking area to the front of the property, a further large driveway accessed from Mill Lane. Block paved steps and path leading up to the front door and to the side of Bank House to the rear garden and the bin and log storage area. The rear garden has a large patio area adjacent to the house with steps leading up to the lawned garden and ornamental pond. There are mature trees and well stocked beds as well as a fenced compost area.

Double Garage

22' x 26' (6.71m x 7.92m)

Generously sized garage with two up-and-over doors, power, light, personal door and window to side. Leading up to the garage is a large block paved driveway providing ample off- street parking for several vehicles.

Council Tax

Hambleton District Council. Telephone: 01609 779977. Band G.

Viewings

Strictly by appointment with GSC Grays of Stokesley. Telephone: 01642 710742.

Tenure

The property is believed to be offered freehold with vacant possession on completion.

Particulars

Particulars amended May 2019.

Photographs taken May 2019.

Arrange viewing 01642 810363

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