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Baldersby, Thirsk


£180,000 Guide Price

2 x 1 x
Terraced House
Sold STC
Council Tax Band:


Elm Cottage is a charming two bedroom mid terraced cottage, forming part of an iconic row of terraced cottages, an architectural masterpiece which stands proud in the centre of Baldersby.

Dating back to circa 1859, the grade II listed cottages were designed by renowned Gothic Revival architect William Butterfield. Full of character and steeped in history, the building consists of three two bedroom cottages. Previously a successful rental property, the cottage would also make a fantastic holiday cottage or charming home.

The cottage offers its own private entrance, living room with fireplace and fitted storage, plus the kitchen which is fitted with a range of modern units and also offers a further rear access door. Stairs rise from the lounge to the first floor, where there is a landing, two bedrooms and a modern shower room, fitted with a white suite.

Externally there is gravelled driveway access, with parking available and gardens to front and rear, whilst a brick built outbuilding also provides storage.

The cottage would benefit from some cosmetic updating in areas, but the building has been much loved and well maintained by the current owners.

Ideally situated for access to both Thirsk and Ripon, the properties offer ease of access to shops and amenities (including a highly regarded farm store a few seconds away), whilst transport links are readily available, including the A1, making the location ideal for commuters.

A chance to own a piece of local history, which is not to be missed and an early viewing is advised to appreciate the potential on offer.

This property is in council tax band C.

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