Ewefield Cottage is a beautifully situated two bedroom detached property with stables, approximately three acres of grazing land, outside stores and workshop located in a idyllic private location in the North York Moors National Park. Tucked away on the old railway line running between Ravenscar and Robin Hood’s Bay. Set half way up the brow there are some simply stunning views across the valley, and over Robin Hood’s Bay to the village.
Renovated throughout in recent years this much loved home was previous a wooden toy factory before being converted in 2006 and comprises; entrance hallway with Yorkshire flags, house bathroom with cast iron roll top bath, kitchen/dining area, sitting room with doors onto the raised patio area. To the first floor there are two good sized bedrooms with an en-suite to main bedroom. The cottage is set off a private road with a shared access driveway where you can then park privately behind the double gates. Far reaching views across Robin Hoods Bay and grazing land amounting to approximately three acres, static caravan which can be used as a sun room with French doors, stables, stores and workshop.
Directions: Turning left where sign-posted for Ravenscar, just beyond The Falcon Inn. Follow the signs for Ravenscar turning left at the Smugglers Rock Guesthouse where the road bends round to the right, by the windmill. Travel straight down this single road past the radio mast and follow the road for 1 ½ miles past the left fork and continue to the old stone built railway bridge. Immediately after the railway bridge, take the unmade road on the right-hand side that curls back and joins the old railway, turning right to pass under the railway bridge you have just crossed. Ewefield Cottage lies approximately 250 yards down on your right-hand side, it is the first property you will come to on the right.
EPC RATING D
ENTRANCE HALL (3.65m x 3.00m)
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM (5.72m x 3.48m)
SITTING ROOM (5.74m x 5.12m)
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
MASTER BEDROOM (4.34m x 6.68m)
BEDROOM TWO (4.28m x 3.95m)
Externally: The house has gardens to the rear and paddocks etc, extending to approximately 3 Acres, below and beyond the gardens.
Private parking behind gates.
The property was once on the same title as Ewefield House but has since been separated.
The property is understood to be connected to mains electricity, drainage is to a septic tank, water is supplied via bore hole.
Three full size stables with one full size pony box which is currently used as tack room. The very large stable is two stables into one with no partican wall, but this could easily be erected.