Knott Lane, Easingwold, York

£599,995

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 7
A substantial period property providing over 3700 sq ft of flexible living space over 3 characterful floors.

An outstanding Victorian property of significant charm and character which was originally built in 1892 as the Station Hotel on the platform of Easingwold Railway Station. The station itself closed in 1957 and the hotel was converted into 2 substantial family homes in 2000. Today the property provides over 3,700 sq ft of flexible accommodation over 3 floors that includes impressive ground floor living space and up to 8 double bedrooms (4 with en-suites) complemented by an attached garage and a delightful walled courtyard to the rear.

An impressive 38 long reception hall with elegant staircase leads off into a sitting room colonial shutters and a fine period fireplace with woodburning stove, formal dining room period fireplace and a stunning 35 4 long dining kitchen and snug area that includes a granite topped central island, marbled period fireplace with wood burning stove and French doors out into the walled courtyard. The ground floor also features a utility room, cloakroom/wc and a laundry room.

The spacious 1st floor landing leads off into a study, 4 en-suite double bedrooms and a stylish shower room and the 2nd floor provides 2 further double bedrooms and a games room. Other internal features of note include a large cellar (368 sq ft) with the potential to dry line and create an additional room, 10 2 high ceilings, radiator central heating and a mix of both single and double glazed sash windows.

Externally there is off road parking for at least 3 vehicles and an attached garage (17 2 x 11 8 ). The property also features a delightful walled courtyard (32 x 24 ) to the rear providing an attractive low maintenance entertaining area with an enchanting garden room.

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Stephensons - Easingwold

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

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