Thirkleby, Thirsk


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An opportunity to purchase this idyllic, end terrace, 18th century, country cottage, located in the quiet, picturesque village of Great Thirkleby just four miles South of Thirsk. The property has been sympathetically refurbished to a high standard throughout, in keeping with original features, still with great potential. On two floors the accommodation comprises of an entrance hall with wooden spindle bannister staircase, a cloakroom/w.c., a kitchen, a dining room with dual aspect windows, a lounge with exposed beams, a study, a good sized utility, a galleried first floor landing with storage cupboard, a superb sized master bedroom with fitted wardrobes & triple aspect windows all with a lovely view, two further double bedrooms and a modern four piece house bathroom/w.c.. To the exterior of the property there is an enclosed front garden with lawn & large gravelled driveway with ample parking for at least 3 cars, which is unique to this area of the village. To the rear is a stunning landscaped rear garden with shed and a useful workshop & store room which could be converted if so desired. With the added benefits of central heating & double glazing viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the location, aspect, and size of the property on offer with no onward chain. EPC 'E'.


Excellently situated within the peaceful historic village of Great Thirkleby just outside Thirsk. Local schools, shops and leisure facilities are all available within the surrounding area. For the commuter there is access to the A19, A1M and arterial roads leading to the larger urbanisations of Leeds, Teesside, York and Harrogate.


Leaving Thirsk via the A19 Southbound towards Easingwold take the left hand turn signposted Thirkleby. Take the left hand turn signposted Thirkleby and proceed into the village to where the property is located on the left hand side.



With glazed entrance door & window to the side elevation, exposed beam, part wooden flooring, spindle bannister wood staircase to the first floor and radiator. Beamed entrance to the lounge.


With double glazed window to the rear elevation, low level w.c., extractor fan and radiator.


3.76m x 3.53m (12'4 x 11'7)

With double glazed window to the front elevation, wood entrance door to the front, television point, multi fuel stove with stone surround, wall light, exposed beam, wooden flooring and radiator. Beamed entrance to the entrance hall.


3.73m x 2.51m (12'3 x 8'3)

With double glazed window to the front elevation, television point, exposed beams, original period glazed wooden door, telephone point and radiator.


3.91m x 3.58m (12'10 x 11'9)

With double glazed windows to the side & front elevations, television point, telephone point and radiator.


3.94m x 2.67m (12'11 x 8'9)

Including a fitted range of wall and base units incorporating rolled edge work surfaces, single drainer sink unit with taps over, cooker point, space for an under counter fridge, semi glazed period door, radiator and double glazed windows to the side & rear.


4.78m x 1.55m (15'8 x 5'1)

Including rolled edge work surfaces, space and plumbing for a washing machine & dryer, hot water cylinder, wooden flooring, radiator and double glazed window to the rear.


6.58m x 4.72m (21'7 x 15'6)

Built in 1970 with potential to convert to a living kitchen. The room currently consists of double glazed windows to the side elevations, double glazed patio doors to the side, fireplace, radiator and a second room to the rear which has a double glazed window to the rear, loft access and door to the rear.


Galleried landing with Original period doors to all rooms, access to the loft via ladders, double glazed window to the rear, storage cupboard and wooden flooring.


6.35m x 3.89m (20'10 x 12'9)

With double glazed windows to the front, side & rear with a picturesque view to all elevations, fitted wardrobes, period original wooden door, television point and radiators.


3.84m x 3.48m (12'7 x 11'5)

With double glazed window to the front elevation, cast iron fireplace, period original wooden door, television point and radiator.


2.69m x 2.67m (8'10 x 8'9)

With double glazed window to the front elevation, period original wooden door and radiator.


Including a modern four piece suite comprising of a panelled bath, walk-in shower with multi jet heads, hand basin set in vanity unit, hiddern cistern w.c., vertical heated towel rail, extractor fan, spotlights, glazed wooden door and double glazed window to the rear elevation.



Enclosed front garden with gated pedestrian access, double wooden gates leading to the gravelled driveway, gate and separate path to the front door, lawn, feature post box, wall fronted flower bed, multiple external sockets, gate to the rear garden, walled and hedged boundaries.


Great sized, enclosed rear garden mainly laid to lawn with patio area, outside boiler, large shed, mature tree, outside tap, walled, fenced & hedged boundaries.


4.06m x 3.89m (13'4 x 12'9)

Brick built workshop currently divided into a coal house housing the oil tank & workshop but could be converted. With windows to the rear, light & power and doors to the front, rear and side elevations.


Viewing is Strictly By Appointment Only.


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