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Asenby, Thirsk


£370,000 Guide Price

3 x 1 x
Semi-Detached House
Sold STC
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Looking for an amazing project? This is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a charming Grade II listed, semi-detached, triple-fronted historic property, situated in the picturesque rural village of Asenby. With its desirable location and potential for modernisation, this characterful building offers endless possibilities to create a dream home.

Downstairs there are two reception rooms and a further reception/bedroom. Exposed beams and a large feature fireplace offer a sense of history, while the galley kitchen at the rear of the house overlooks the outside space, offering scope for modernisation, and further contains a boot/utility room

A staircase runs behind the two main reception rooms and leads to three spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom.

To the rear of the property, a large plot has several outbuildings: a double-height brick structure which would be ideal to convert into a home office, and three garages which could be renovated or form the basis for further development. A good-sized lawned garden sits beyond an extensive hard-standing area, which could provide parking for several cars.

To the front, a pretty cottage garden leads to the front door, with a driveway off the street to the side of the house.

Asenby is located just off the A168 between the market towns of Ripon & Thirsk. The highly-acclaimed, award-winning Crab & Lobster restaurant is just a few minutes walk away.

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