• St. James Green, Thirsk 20th May

    St. James Green, Thirsk

    An extremely spacious and beautifully presented period cottage, revealing a stunning interior and offering a handy central location. The property has been renovated in recent years, with quality materials used throughout and the works carried out with no expense spared, which certainly shows in the finish. Care has however been taken to retain the properties charm and character, whilst producing a comfortable and practical family home.

    The property offers a lovely sought after setting, just a short walk from the centre and overlooking the pretty green. The location means ease of access to shops and amenities, whilst transport links are also readily available, including the A19 and Thirsk train station just a short drive away. Unusually for a property so central, the cottage also offers great size gardens, which are fully established and provide a peaceful setting.

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  • Dishforth 8th May


    A delightful village cottage, revealing a spacious and beautifully presented interior, following a recent full renovation. The extended property is tucked away, offering a quiet setting away from main roads and benefitting from good size gardens and a substantial stone built outbuilding.

    The property has just undergone a full programme of renovations, including a stylish kitchen, substantial plumbing works and new electrics, fresh décor and new flooring throughout. The extended cottage now offers a light and airy interior, which is ready to move into.

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  • Topcliffe, Thirsk 22nd February

    Topcliffe, Thirsk

    NEW PRICE - A quaint and characterful cottage, located in a sought after village and offering stunning open views to the rear, enjoyed from the extensive newly refurbished decked terrace.

    The property reveals deceptively spacious accommodation, which is neutrally decorated and neatly presented throughout. The property is double glazed and gas central heating is in place.

    On the ground floor the main entrance door leads to the cosy living room with a pretty fireplace and open fire, there is a kitchen with a range of modern fitted units and a rear door leading to the terrace. Stairs rise to the first floor and the house bathroom completes the downstairs accommodation, fitted with a modern white suite, including a bath with shower over. To the first floor there are two bedrooms, the main bedroom benefitting from fitted storage and enjoying far reaching views, whilst there is a further good size second bedroom.

    Externally the enclosed decked garden is a tranquil haven, enjoying a high degree of privacy and making the most of the views over the river, woodland and countryside beyond. Street parking is available on a first come first served basis to the front of the cottage.

    Topcliffe itself offers a number of amenities (including a public house, church, village hall and post office/general store) and ease of access to both Ripon and Thirsk, whilst the property is also ideally placed for commuters, with quick access available to both the A1(M) and A19, whilst Thirsk train station is only a short drive away, with east coast mainline access to York and London.

    Sold with no onward chain, the cottage is sure to be of interest to a range of buyers, not least those looking for a second home or holiday let. An early viewing is advised to appreciate the unrivalled views on offer and to avoid disappointment.

    This property is in council tax band B.

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  • High Skellgate, Ripon 21st March

    High Skellgate, Ripon

    A compact, but perfectly formed hidden gem, situated in the heart of the city and revealing a beautifully presented and skilfully planned interior. The attention to detail and planning is clear to see, with some lovely touches and use of space. The property has recently undergone a full renovation, including new electrics and heating system, whilst the cottage has been tastefully refurbished and decorated.

    Unusually for a property so central, the cottage offers a fabulous enclosed private garden and even an allocated parking space. Due to the careful planning, the property also offers a surprising amount of storage space.

    Sure to be of interest to first time buyers, the property will no doubt also suit purchasers downsizing and seeking single floor living and a bungalow alternative, whilst the picture postcard cottage would undoubtedly also make a very successful holiday let.

    Driveway access gives both pedestrian and vehicle access from the street. Steps lead up, through a gate into the enclosed private garden. The garden proves a real sun trap, being designed with ease of maintenance in mind and with a handy storage shed, plus outside tap and electric sockets.

    Stepping inside, the open plan living room offers high vaulted ceilings and feature beams. There is a stylish fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, plus an integrated hob and convection oven/microwave. Steps lead up to a cleverly designed mezzanine storage area, with built in storage cupboards and a skylight flooding the area with light. There is a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and concealed dressing table, plus the stylishly fitted fully tiled wet room, complete with contemporary suite and contrasting fittings.

    An early viewing is advised on this quant and quirky home, which offers instant access to Ripon's array of shops and amenities and could not be more conveniently placed.

    This property is in council tax band A.

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