Kirkby Lane, Great Broughton


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Competitively priced this charming period cottage is all about its delightful location. Stone built and well maintained, this cottage would provide an superb home for first time buyers, professionals, retired purchasers or alternatively make a fantastic holiday/rental opportunity. There is access to wonderful walking and riding country, a charming village shop and well-respected gastro pubs which are close by, and has an attractive outlook with views towards The Cleveland Hills. EPC EER E49


Stokesley 2.5 miles, Northallerton 17 miles, Middlesbrough 11 miles, Darlington 25.5 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: Durham Tees Valley, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.


Great Broughton is a much sought-after North Yorkshire village, which lies at the foot of the Cleveland Hills and is particularly popular with walkers. This delightful village, with many stunning views, offers a village shop, the Wainstones Hotel, the Bay Horse Pub and the Jet Miners Pub (all serving food), a primary school and sports club.

Living Room

4.55m x 3.27m (14'11 x 10'9 )

With a wooden floor and beamed ceiling, large fireplace with tiled hearth and multi fuel burning stove, archway leading through to the kitchen / dining area, stairs to the first floor and a bow window to the front elevation.

Kitchen / Dining Area

4.55m x 1.73m (14'11 x 5'8 )

With a range of floor and wall mounted units with wooden work surfaces over, tiled splash areas, a Belfast-style sink unit, space for an oven and hob, space for a fridge freezer and two windows to the rear, overlooking a meadow.

First Floor Landing

With an airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, stairs to the second floor and doors to the bedroom and bathroom.


3.67m x 2.96m (12'0 x 9'9 )

With wooden floorboards, beams to the ceiling, storage cupboard, electric wall-mounted storage heater and a window to the front elevation.


With a free-standing cast iron bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, pedestal hand wash basin, low level WC and a window to the rear elevation with views over the meadow beyond, wooden floor, beams to the ceiling, panelled walls and tiled splash areas.

Loft Room

4.53m x 3.55m (14'10 x 11'8 )

With wooden flooring, beams and trusses a window to the front elevation and a Velux window to the rear, wall-mounted electric storage heater.


The property has a designated shared area for bin and fuel storage, located at the end of the terrace.


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


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

Council Tax

Hambleton District Council. Telephone: 01609 779 977. Band C.

Particulars and Photographs

Particulars prepared November 2017.

Photographs taken November 2017.

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GSC Grays - Stokesley

26-28 High Street, Stokesley, Middlesbrough

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