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£335,000 Guide Price

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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.


On the ground floor, the main entrance door leads into the living room, with exposed ceiling beams, understairs storage and a gas stove. The revamped kitchen/diner offers a range of modern fitted units and houses the new gas central heating boiler, whilst a pantry cupboard provides storage. The glazed porch adds further storage, whilst being ideal for village life, especially for purchasers with dogs and children. The inner hallway offers stairs to the first floor and access to the house bathroom, fitted with a white suite including a bath with glazed screen and shower over. To the first floor there is a landing with loft access, plus three light and airy bedrooms.

Externally, gated access is available from the street, leading up to the front of the house. The rear garden is a good size, mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by fence and wall boundaries, whilst the outbuilding provides handy storage (ideal for bikes) and gives scope for conversion, subject to necessary consents.

The house offers ease of access to local transport links, including the A1(M) and A19, whilst also being a short drive from both Thirsk and Ripon. Dishforth itself boasts a number of amenities, including two public houses, a primary school, part time post office, village hall and children’s play area.

Properties of this quality are rare to market, especially in such a sought after village and an early viewing is advised on this hidden gem, which is offered for sale with no onward chain.

This property is in council tax band C.

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