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Castle Cottage, Wressle, Selby Guide Price £625,000

Under Offer
  • Castle Cottage
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Castle Cottage rear exterior & garden
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Garden room
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Sitting room
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Kitchen
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Family room
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Bedroom two
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Bedroom three
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Bedroom five
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Bedroom one en suite
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • House bathroom
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Garden
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Garden
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Garden & summer house
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Summer house
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Garden & terrace
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Garden & garage
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Driveway approach
    34 Main Street Wressle
  • Castle Cottage
    34 Main Street Wressle

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Period family house and double garage block set in landscaped gardens and located in a fine East Riding village.

Porch, entrance and staircase hall, 2 reception rooms, kitchen, breakfast room, garden room, utility room, wc,, 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Double garage, summerhouse, landscaped gardens

Originally a pair of farmworkers’ cottages, this sympathetically extended family property sits within attractive landscaped gardens behind a sweeping hedge, in an historic rural village. Opposite is the privately owned medieval castle where King Henry VIII once stayed and from which Castle Cottage takes its name. This appealing corner plot offers fine views across ancient parkland extending to the river Derwent.

Handsome detached house originating from the Georgian era
Nearly 2400 sq ft of living accommodation arranged over three floors
Delightfully renovated accommodation retaining many original features
Large corner plot with fine outlook
Beautiful, landscaped gardens featuring manicured lawns and colourful borders
Rural village with useful railway station
Rapid connection to the motorway network

Nearly 30ft in length, the impressive sitting/dining room has a cast iron stove (gas), traditional-style column radiator and a number of original exposed beams. In addition, there is a family room with a parquet wooden floor, remote-controlled Optimyst stove and column radiator, enjoying west facing views across the front garden and parkland beyond.

The family sized, fitted country kitchen has a Belling induction hob and built-in cooker with a useful utility room alongside. An adjoining breakfast room gives access to the garden terrace and links to the garden room with its south facing French doors and wonderful outlook across the entire width of the garden.

There is a principal bedroom suite with an en suite shower room complete with traditional style heated towel rail and independent under floor heating to the tiled floor. There are five further bedrooms and two additional bathrooms. Original bedrooms to the first floor have exposed beams and period fireplaces and the family bathroom contains an Air spa bath with separate power shower. Two further bedrooms are located on the second floor and would make an ideal space for older children having an independent bathroom.

There are ample options for family storage including understairs storage and fitted cupboards on the second floor.

Outside
Electric wrought iron gates open to the drive where there is ample parking for at least four cars in front of the large detached double garage with electric up and over doors and extensive storage space. The landscaped garden is unusually wide and wraps around the property. It is designed for enjoyment having multiple seating areas, sculpted, paved and gravelled, with trellises and pergolas to add structure and variety.  A silver birch stands sentinel on the northern corner, and the whole is bounded by a clipped leylandii hedge.  The superb, detached summer house is beautifully designed and includes a paved dining terrace alongside with designated barbecue area.

Environs
Bubwith 3 miles, Howden/M62 3 miles, Selby 8 miles, York 18 miles, Hull 31 miles
Wressle is a rural village situated to the south east of York, with origins dating from the Domesday book and a fourteenth century castle still standing. There is a parish church, and a railway station on the Selby Line.  Neighbouring Bubwith has an excellent range of amenities including a primary school (rated Outstanding by Ofsted), an off license/deli, Spar shop, pub, Indian restaurant, Grade I listed church and a leisure centre with sports fields and tennis courts. Further amenities can be found in the historic market town of Howden, which has a railway station with mainline connection to London of only 2¼ hours. Just beyond lies the M62 giving rapid access to the major conurbations in the North.

Tenure: Freehold
EPC rating: D
Services: Mains electricity and water.  Oil central heating. LPG gas.
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
Directions: Heading from York on the A19, take the A63 Hull Road, cross the Derwent, and then turn left to Wressle.  Within a mile lies the village, and Castle Cottage lies on the corner of Main Street and Breighton Road opposite Castle Farm.
Local authority: East Riding of Yorkshire Council 01482 393939


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Name Location Type Distance
34 Main Street Wressle
Selby YO8 6ET
County: North Yorkshire
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: 02574

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