Thirsk Road, Easingwold, York


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A rare and exciting opportunity to update, improve and extend a characterful detached property standing in glorious gardens and grounds of just over 1 acre located on the fringes of Easingwold.

The property was built around 1911 and currently provides approximately 1,750 sq ft of living space over 2 floors and is complemented by a versatile (1,104sq ft) single storey brick outbuilding, extensive off road parking and the fabulous gardens and grounds blessed with far reaching rural views.

A reception hall with elegant staircase and stripped pine period doors leads off into an impressive 28 6 long living room open fire and a formal dining room. The kitchen enjoys rear garden views and provides an opportunity to update, replace and restyle to taste. The ground floor also features a rear lobby and a shower room with wc.

The first floor landing leads off into 2 double bedrooms (both with storage cupboards), a box room and a bathroom. Other internal features of note include partial oil fired radiator central heating and a mix of single, secondary and replacement double glazing.

Externally a sweeping driveway leads to the rear of property where there is extensive parking. The delightful gardens and grounds extend to just over 1 acre and enjoy some glorious far reaching rural views to the north. Also within the grounds is a brick built single storey outbuilding of approx.1,104 sq ft which was formerly a children s nursery but now offers scope to convert and create an annexed living space subject to the necessary Local Authority consents.


Please note that the property is subject to an overage provision entitling the current owners to 50% of any uplift in value for 25 years should residential planning consent be granted for the erection of any additional dwelling(s) on the site.

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Stephensons - Easingwold

Market Place, Easingwold, York, North Yorkshire, YO61 3AB

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