Fine contemporary house with lovely views in an historic East Riding village
Entrance and staircase hall, cloakroom wc, kitchen dining room, family room, utility room. Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, guest bedroom with en suite bathroom, 2 further bedrooms, house bathroom, store room
Stores, garage, landscaped garden
Freehold for sale
This striking modern house of York Handmade Bricks and Rosemary roof tiles stands within a quintessential English rural village set on a hillside amidst glorious countryside. Constructed in 2018 by a renowned East Riding builder, the house has been finished to a high specification, and has contemporary open-plan living space on the ground floor connected to the south facing garden. Conveniently situated close to Market Weighton, it lies within easy access of Pocklington and Beverley, the cities of York and Hull, and the national motorway network.
• Detached village house of more than 2500 sq ft
• Eco friendly - air source heat pump with thermostats in each room
• High specification throughout: underfloor heating on both floors; herringbone oak floor across most of the ground floor; solid oak doors with high quality door furniture, deep sills; modern oriel windows and large picture windows
• Ample storage options, ideal for a family
• Contemporary handmade kitchen includes a large kitchen island with induction hob and breakfast bar, a full range of integrated appliances, Siemens oven, granite worktops, and a walk-in pantry; alongside is a useful utility/laundry room.
• Kitchen/dining/living room with a contemporary wood-burning stove, fully glazed on the southern elevation with large sliding doors opening to the garden terrace
• Family room with a contemporary wood-burning stove, a south facing window seat and large sliding doors opening on to the garden terrace
• Dramatic double height entrance hall featuring a contemporary cantilevered staircase with glass panelling
• Four good sized bedrooms, two with bespoke fitted wardrobes and two with en suite bathrooms. All bathrooms have high specification fittings.
• Fine outlook across open pastures front and back
• South facing landscaped garden
The property is set behind a low brick wall lined with a yew hedge. A tarmacadamed drive leads to the attached garage (with electric doors, power and light) and to the front of the house where there is ample parking for three cars. Here is a brick-built bin store, log store and secure bike store. Either side of the house are secure gates giving access to the rear garden. South facing and beautifully landscaped the rear garden is designed with a wooden pergola, shaped lawns, well stocked beds, gravel pathways and inter-connected terraces positioned to enjoy the best of the day’s sunshine. From the ground floor reception rooms, large sliding doors open to the main elevated terrace, an ideal space for al fresco dining with its southerly views across pastures to the hillside beyond.
Market Weighton 1 mile, Pocklington 8 miles, M62 8 miles, Beverley 11 miles, Hull 18 miles, York 20 miles. (Distances approximate)
Goodmanham is a rural village in the Yorkshire Wolds with a twelth century church, a real ale pub, ‘The Goodmanham Arms’ and a cafe. The village has a much loved circular footpath and is on the Yorkshire Wolds Way. It lies close to the market town of Market Weighton with its many amenities including supermarkets, doctors' surgery, dentists, schools, sporting facilities and schools. Pocklington School and the M62 both lie within a 15 minute drive of the property.
Services: All main services. Air source heat pump.
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: East Riding of Yorkshire 01482 393939 www.eastriding.gov.uk. Conservation area.
Directions: From the A614 take the road to Market Weighton and then turn left onto Goodmanham Road. Rook House View can be found half a mile down on the right hand side just beyond the old windmill, as denoted by the For Sale board.
Photographs and particulars: March 2021
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