THIS EXTREMELY SMART AND MANAGABLE EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY INCLUDES A DELIGHTFUL VICTORIAN PERIOD PROPERTY IN A CENTRAL VILLAGE SETTING
Summary Enjoying a delightful country village setting between Beverley and York, overlooking the church to the front and open countryside to the rear, standing in approximately 2.2 acres including a large indoor barn with four stables. This exceptional late Victorian period property offers generous three bedroom accommodation larger than many four bedroom houses. Having been the subject of considerable recent investment providing an enviable lifestyle, allowing you to keep your horses at home in this easily manageable set up. Take a look at the photographs and floorplan to fully appreciate the quality on offer.
Location The property lies approximately twenty miles from the cities of Hull and York and approximately ten miles to the north of the Historic Market Town of Beverley. Primary and secondary schooling is available within the nearby town of Market Weighton and good road connections allow a link into the M62 motorway, which lies approximately ten miles to the south.
Accommodation The accommodation is arranged on the ground and one upper floor and can be seen in more detail on the dimensioned floorplan forming part of these sale particulars and briefly comprises as follows:
Entrance Hall With staircase off.
Lounge 18' x 13'7" (5.49m x 4.14m). Featuring a full height rustic brick fireplace fitted with multi fuel stove.
Breakfast Kitchen 22'10" (6.96m) x 10' (3.05m) Split Level. Includes a classical style of floor and wall cabinets in keeping with the character of the property with solid oak worktops, a chimney breast feature houses a modular range oven, inset Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher, automatic washing machine and fridge freezer, ceramic tiled flooring throughout and underfloor heating.
Cloakroom/WC With corner wash hand basin.
Dining Room 21'10" x 12'6" (6.65m x 3.8m). This grand dining room is ideal for entertaining and would also make an excellent second lounge with windows taking full advantage of the aspect, double French doors lead to a raised terrace, feature period fireplace with cast iron inset.
First Floor Landing
Bedroom 1 14'4" x 10' (4.37m x 3.05m). With period fireplace and view overlooking the church.
Bedroom 2 11'10" x 10'9" (3.6m x 3.28m). Period fireplace and view overlooking the church.
Bedroom 3 10'9" x 7'4" (3.28m x 2.24m). Currently used as a study enjoying the open aspect to the rear.
Bathroom Features a three piece suite with complementing tiling, comprises whirlpool bath with shower over, vanity wash hand basin and low level w.c. plus heated towel rail.
Outside To the front of the property there is a small walled garden. A wide entrance with double wrought iron gates lead to a spacious rear parking area, five bar gate separates the equestrian area with further parking and space for horse box. There is a feature fountain and Shipton beck meanders along the boundary of the site providing an idyllic setting. There is a further garden area with an octagonal bandstand seating area and a Mediterranean barbecue area with decking taking full advantage of this setting. A large steel frame barn 42' x 42' sub divided into four stables and tack room. There are automatic drinkers, power and lighting laid on. Wide steel gate gives access to the paddock beyond.
Services Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.
Central Heating The property has the benefit of a gas fired central heating system to panelled radiators.
Right Of Way And Wayleave The neighbouring property adjacent to the entrance driveway has vehicular access to park at the rear of their property. There is a public footpath/right of way which crosses the paddock to the rear. We are informed by the vendors that this is seldom used.
Electricity cables cross the area of the paddock with a
Wayleave agreement in place. Full details available on request.
Council Tax Council Tax is payable to the East Riding Of Yorkshire Council. From verbal enquiries we are advised that the property is shown in the Council Tax Property Bandings List in Valuation Band D.*
Fixtures & Fittings Certain fixtures and fittings may be purchased with the property but may be subject to separate negotiation as to price.
Disclaimer The agent has not had sight of confirmation documents and therefore the buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.
Viewings Strictly by appointment with the sole agents.
Mortgages We will be pleased to offer independent advice regarding a mortgage for this property, details of which are available from our Fine and Country Office on 01482 420999. Independent advice will be given by Licensed Credit Brokers. Written quotations on request. Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.
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