The big bonus with this property is the barn to the rear, which could be converted into holiday accommodation subject to planning permission. The rear garden is east facing and catches the sun throughout most of the day until early-mid afternoon. It sits between the house and barn, with an access path leading from the garden past the barn. Unrestricted on street parking exists to the front, while the current owner uses the barn as a garage for off street parking.
The property lies in Pickering on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, and is close to the town centre with all the local amenities you could need close to hand. There are shops, cafes, a regular market, library and excellent tourist attractions including a museum and the incredibly popular North York Moors Railway, which runs daily heritage steam and diesel services from Pickering to Whitby through the heart of the national park. Lying on the crossing point of the A169/A170, Pickering occupies a central location in the area, with excellent access to the moors, coast and Yorkshire Wolds, including the neighbouring market town - and Yorkshire’s food capital – Malton.
EPC Rating Exmept
ENTRANCE HALL/LOBBY (5.06 x 5.31 max)
Half glazed inner door, floorboard effect porcelain tiled floor radiator, double power point.
SITTING ROOM (3.68 x 3.55 plus bay)
Cast iron open grate solid fuel fireplace, bay window with traditional timber sliding sash window to front aspect, radiator, TV point, telephone point, 2 x double power points.
DINING ROOM (3.70 x 3.55)
Polished iron open grate solid fuel fireplace, bay window with traditional timber sliding sash window to front aspect and built-in cupboard below, radiator, 2 x double power points.
GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM (3.61 x 1.76)
Three-piece suite comprising large corner walk-in shower cubicle with feature tiling behind a large overhead shower head and handheld unit, low-flush W.C., wall mounted basin with modern tap fitting, cupboard with condensing boiler and water softener unit, opaque timber awning window to rear aspect, wood effect porcelain floor tiles, radiator.
KITCHEN (5.60 x 3.10)
Range of fitted wall and base units with solid oak doors and granite worktop, double ceramic Belfast sink, 4-ring Neff induction hob with plate warmer and extractor over, large Blue Seal electric industrial oven, 8 x double power points, exposed beams, double glazed vinyl picture window with opening section above to side aspect, traditional timber fixed window to rear aspect, traditional timber picture window with opening section above to rear aspect, radiator, solid wood stable door.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING (5.00 x 5.50 max)
Cupboard with hot water cylinder, radiator, traditional timber sliding sash window to front aspect, double power point.
MASTER BEDROOM (3.97 x 3.61)
Traditional timber sliding sash window to front aspect with built-in cupboard beneath, original fireplace and mantle (blocked but could be opened), radiator, 2 x double power points.
BEDROOM TWO (3.62 x 3.05)
Traditional timber sliding sash window to front aspect, narrow built-in cupboard with hanging rail and cupboard over, original fireplace and mantle (blocked but could be opened), radiator, double power points.
BEDROOM THREE (3.66 x 2.34)
Traditional timber Yorkshire sash window to rear aspect, radiator, double power point.
REAR LANDING (2.72 x 0.91)
Traditional timber casement window.
BEDROOM FOUR (1.87 x 3.19)
Traditional timber casement window to rear aspect, internal traditional timber Yorkshire sash window, radiator, double power points.
BATHROOM (3.48 x 3.07 max)
Three-piece suite comprising deep bath with feature floor-level lighting, splash-back tiling and modern tap and hand-held shower fittings, low-flush W.C., wall mounted basin with modern tap fitting, large wall mounted mirror with lights and shaver point, exposed beam, double glazed Velux window, radiator.
BARN (7.14 x 4.82)
The total floor area of the property noted on the floor plan includes the barn and its mezzanine; each measured roughly at the measurements here.
East facing rear garden with walled northern and southern boundaries, and fenced eastern boundary, outside tap, outside lights with sensors, sunken outside dining area, upper patio, lawn with mature tree to centre, rear gate with pedestrian access through neighbouring property to A169.
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