Saddleback, Piggy Lane, Bilbrough, York
This handsome 5 bedroom detached new build house offers modern day countryside living in the heart of a quintessential North Yorkshire village within easy access to the city of York.
Entrance and staircase hall, living room, kitchen dining living room, utility room, wc, sun room
Master bedroom suite with dressing area and en suite bathroom, 4 further bedrooms, 2 further bathrooms (1 en suite)
Garage, off street parking, landscaped garden
Situated in the heart of the highly sought after village of Bilbrough off Piggy Lane, Saddleback is a substantial new-build home offering luxurious and versatile accommodation. It is part of a boutique development of two five bedroom homes, each bespoke and presenting something new and individual to the buyer.
Alongside are five further detached houses also by NuSpace Homes which form part of the Village Farm development.
Saddleback is designed and built to the very highest standard using quality materials combining modern luxury with the proportions and substance of a more traditional country house. Features include an open plan kitchen dining area complete with quartz worktops, integrated appliances and underfloor heating to the ground floor. Elegant full-height windows and wall to wall bi-fold doors fill the rooms with natural light and create a welcoming sense of space as well as a strong link to the outside.
• Rural village location 6 miles from York
• Easy access to York, Leeds and Harrogate
• Luxury new build home
• Beautifully appointed throughout
• Interior design concepts by Rachel Mclean
• Landscaped gardens to front by RHS Chelsea Flower Show medal winner
• Underfloor heating to ground floor with electric underfloor to bathrooms
• Hand-painted kitchen by Watsons of Harrogate with Quartz worktops and Bosch appliances
• Aluminium bi-fold doors opening to landscaped garden
• Garage and off street parking
York city centre 6 miles, Leeds 18 miles, Harrogate 22 miles. (Distances approximate)
Bilbrough is a desirable village just outside the York city boundary with a country pub, village hall and parish church dating back to Norman times. It has excellent transport links to neighbouring cities and towns with easy access to the A64, A1M and motorway network beyond. Leeds can be reached in half an hour and Harrogate in 45 minutes. York with its mainline railway station connecting to London, Edinburgh and Manchester lies a short drive to the south.