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Woodview, Hutton-Le-Hole, York

Offers In Excess Of £450,000

3 bedroom semi-detached house

Charming eighteenth century cottage in one of North Yorkshires most beautiful villages.

Woodview is a quintessential country cottage nestled between similar cottages and tucked back from the road behind a cottage garden. It sits in the heart of the spectacularly beautiful village of Hutton le Hole facing the village green. This three bedroom cottage has charming interiors and makes the most of the space available both inside and out with a private garden and traditional outbuilding.

Entrance and staircase hall, kitchen breakfast room, sitting room, dining room, conservatory, 3 bedrooms, house bathroom

Outbuilding, front and rear gardens, garage

For Sale Freehold

  • Exquisite cottage attached on one side
  • Mid to late 18th century and grade II listed
  • Restored original features throughout
  • Private well stocked garden
  • Useful outbuilding offering potential for development subject to pp
  • Ideal holiday let or bolt hole
  • One of North Yorkshires most beautiful villages
  • Within the North York Moors National Park
  • Close to Kirkbymoorside and fifteen minutes’ drive from the market town of Helmsley
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This two-storey cottage is constructed of mellow stone with a pantile roof. It has retained many original features and is presented with abundant character: there are timber walls and timber ceilings, exposed beams, exposed wooden floors, original plasterwork, wood-panelling, cottage ledged doors with latches, fireplaces, stone sills and deep stone walls with window seats.

The kitchen has a range of painted cupboards, a Belfast sink, a cast iron Esse electric range cooker and space to accommodate a small table plus windows out to both the front and rear gardens. Under the stairs is a laundry cupboard with plumbing. The well-proportioned sitting room with its painted timber ceiling and walls has a striking stone fireplace with wood-burning stove, a nook in the wall with its original wooden lintel, and a front facing window seat. The dining room has windows to both front and back elevations, fitted wooden bookshelves, space to accommodate a dining table and an open fireplace comprising an ornate fire grate with stone surround. At the end of the hall, two steps ascend to a wooden framed conservatory adding valuable entertaining space and with a lovely outlook across the lawn.

There are three bedrooms on the first floor, two of which are double. The largest of the bedrooms is double aspect and enjoys fine views, has wooden floorboards, a wood-panelled ceiling and a small south facing recessed window. The second double bedroom has a window with a front aspect and timber ceiling. The third bedroom is single bedroom with a low level window and a roof light above the exposed ceiling beam. The house bathroom is well appointed with a roof light and painted panelling as well as high quality fixtures and fittings including a free-standing bath with hand-held shower.

Outside

At the front, a wrought-iron garden gate within a stone wall opens to a pretty cottage garden with a pathway flanked by geranium beds leading to the front door and to the outbuilding (originally a byre) which is attached to the south side of the house and is currently used for garden storage and as a workshop space. This ground floor store can also be accessed from the rear. Listed building consent has previously been granted for the conversion of this building, thereby extending the existing property and creating additional accommodation accessed through the dining room.

The rear garden has mature hedging and fencing to all sides creating a private space. There is a gravel patio area plus a good area of lawn flanked by varieties of trees and borders of English cottage garden flowers.

There is a single garage not attached to the property. It is a short stroll away in a row of garages.

Environs

Kirkbymoorside 3½ miles, Helmsley 9 miles, Malton 14 miles, York 34 miles

Woodview sits just beyond the centre of the village looking out across the clear moorland stream winding its way past. The village of Hutton le Hole has a number of amenities with two cafés and ‘The Crown’ public house; it is also home to the Ryedale Folk Museum. This area is in the North York Moors National Park and adjacent to the Howardian Hills. Kirkbymoorside is a five minute drive to the south and has all the amenities of a country market town. There are highly regarded private schools nearby and Ryedale school (Ofsted Outstanding) lies just six miles away.

General

Services: Mains electric, water and drainage. Electric heating.

EPC Rating: Exempt as Grade II listed

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.

Viewing: Strictly by appointment

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

Directions: Follow the road into the village from the A170 and Woodview is located on the right hand side before the museum and public house.

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