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Newsham, Thirsk

Thirsk

£295,000 Guide Price

3 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Type:
End of Terrace House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
2
Council Tax Band:
C

Property features

  • SUBSTANTIAL END TERRACED COTTAGE
  • LARGE PLOT OF APPROXIMATELY 0.2 ACRES
  • BEAUTIFUL GARDENS
  • LOVELY VIEWS
  • SMALL VILLAGE LOCATION
  • GARAGE AND PARKING

Summary

A quaint and characterful cottage, revealing a surprisingly spacious interior and extensive gardens, extending to approximately 0.2 acres in total and enjoying lovely open views. The property reveals a charming interior, with many period features retained, whilst modern touches like double glazing have been added. Unusually for a property of this type, the cottage also boasts very generous gardens, a large garage and off street parking.

The property has been much improved in recent years, including a new roof and electric heating system, whilst it does still offer the opportunity to modernise in areas.

Located in the small village of Newsham, the cottage occupies a handy location between Northallerton and Thirsk, giving access to an array of amenities. Transport links are also readily available, including the A19 and A1, whilst Thirsk train station is approximately 4 miles away.

Details

On the ground floor the main entrance door leads into the entrance hall, with stairs rising to the first floor. The good size main living room offers a working range, whilst a second generously proportioned reception room comes fitted with a multi-fuel stove. There is an entrance hall to the rear of the cottage, offering a storage cupboard, whilst the kitchen comes fitted with a range of units. To the first floor there is a good size landing with an airing cupboard, three bedrooms (two very generous doubles) and the house bathroom, fitted with a white suite, including a bath with shower over.

Externally there are extensive gardens to the side and rear of the house, being mature and beautifully maintained. To the rear of the cottage there is a low maintenance garden, ideal for dining and entertaining, whilst also offering a handy brick store. Steps lead up to the main garden, which is stocked with a vast array of plants, shrubs and trees. There are a number of water features and several seating areas, making the most of the sun throughout the day. Outside storage is available and a summer house enjoys views over the garden. At the other end of the terrace, driveway access is available to the good size garage, with further attached store/workshop. The garage is fitted with an electric roller door, whilst there is an outside tap and parking space.

Authentic cottages with this much character are rare to market and an internal viewing is essential on this gorgeous period home.

This property is in council tax band C.

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