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Cedar Lodge, Egton, Whitby

Offers In Excess Of £1,000,000

5 bedroom house

Detached country property with land and breathtaking views

Few properties in the region can boast as fine a position as Cedar Lodge with its southerly orientation giving panoramic views across the valley to the high moors beyond. Constructed at the tail end of the 1960s and recently updated, this modern family house comes with a lovely garden, ample off street parking and a garage.

Entrance and staircase hall, 3 reception rooms, conservatory, kitchen breakfast room, utility room, principal bedroom suite with bathroom, guest bedroom suite with bathroom, 2 further bedrooms, 2 further bathrooms, bedroom 5/study

Double garage, greenhouse, garden

In all 5.9 acres

  • Detached family house with nearly six acres
  • Outstanding views south towards Goathland and Fylingdales
  • Private and discreet with no neighbours in sight
  • Versatile accommodation of more than 3600 sq ft
  • Ideal for multi-generational living
  • Family property with multiple storage options
  • Potential for self-contained guest accommodation
  • No onward chain
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Additional Information

The double aspect kitchen breakfast room sits at the heart of the house with its tall window facing south and part-glazed door opening onto the rear terrace. The modern fitted kitchen includes an island unit, granite worktops, integrated appliances and an electric Aga, with ample room to accommodate a dining table in front of the picture window; the sweeping views to the far horizon are extraordinary. Alongside is a useful utility room. On the eastern wing of the house is a living room with a wood-burning stove and far-reaching views south and east. Together with the adjacent ground floor bedroom, bathroom, and entrance hall, this wing could make a superb self-contained annexe ideal for guests or extended family. The double height staircase hall gives access through double doors to the 24 ft dining room with two large fitted storage cupboards. At the rear of the house is the superbly proportioned sitting room and all-season conservatory providing direct access to the terrace. The sitting room has large picture windows facing south and west, and a contemporary inset electric fire, and the conservatory is glazed on three sides with French doors opening onto the elevated terrace.

The turning staircase with glass balustrade leads to the part-galleried landing giving access to all four first floor bedrooms and the family bathroom. The principal bedroom suite has a large four-piece bathroom, fitted cupboards along one wall and double doors opening to a long balcony giving panoramic views across the garden, land, valley and high moors. There is a further large bedroom suite with fitted wardrobes and a lovely outlook to the front as well as a further double bedroom and smaller bedroom that currently serves as a study. All first floor bathrooms are generous in size with both baths and showers; they are fully tiled with heated towel rails and contemporary fittings.

Outside

A wrought iron gate gives access to the gravelled drive that sweeps in front of the house and garage, providing ample room for parking and a turning area. Cedar Lodge is surrounded by gardens and grounds of some 1.3 acres. The established gardens are predominantly laid to lawn and fully enclosed, with an avenue of trees on the western boundary. There are herbaceous borders, colourful shrubs, clipped hedging, many tree varieties including fruit trees and an elevated cobbled terrace that sweeps around the south and west of the house. External taps are positioned at the front and rear of the house, and espalier pear and crab apple provide welcome foliage on the rear elevation. In addition, there is a greenhouse with raised beds and fruit bushes.

Environs

Grosmont 2 miles, Whitby 6 miles, Pickering 18 miles, York 44 miles

Egton is an attractive village in the North York Moors National Park with a broad street at its heart flanked by deep green verges and traditional stone-built houses. There are two pubs, The Wheatsheaf and The Witching Post Inn, a village hall, church, primary school, cricket club and the famous Egton Horse & Agricultural Show that has been running for around 150 years. A range of superb country walks are on the doorstep. The neighbouring village of Grosmont also has a pub as well as cafés, art gallery, shops and the heritage railway station on the Esk Valley Line running between Middlesbrough and Whitby. Whitby, the historic seafaring town, is a ten to fifteen minutes’ drive to the east with its schooling, sandy beaches and all the amenities of a thriving coastal town with a population of nearly 15,000.

General

Tenure: Freehold

EPC Rating: D

Council Tax: G

Services & Systems: Mains electricity and water. Oil central heating. Private drainage. Solar panels with the highest 2010 tariff and 25 year contract.

Fixtures & Fittings: Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as fitted carpets, curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments etc., are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.

Local Authority: www.northyorks.gov.uk North Yorkshire Council, North York Moors National Park

Directions: In the village of Egton, take Egton Lane opposite The Wheatsheaf Pub, signposted to Glaisdale, and follow it for half a mile. Cedar Loge can be seen on the left hand side. ///steadily.search.trending

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Photographs Summer 2022, particulars May 2024

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