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5 bedroom house for sale in Church Street, Kirkbymoorside, York, North Yorkshire, YO62

Guide price £600,000

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A QUITE SUPERBLY SITUATED RESIDENCE WITH WONDERFUL PRIVATE GARDENS AND GROUNDS YET JUST A STONE’S THROW FROM THE MARKET PLACE.

The property is being offered for sale as a whole or in two lots as follows:-

Lot One:
Job Hole to include outbuildings, gardens and grounds -Region £600,000
Lot Two:
Adjoining paddock with stable range - Region £75,000
The Whole:
Region - £675,000

Constructed of stone elevations under a tiled roof with stone chimney stacks, Job Hole is a most attractive extended period property lying in the very heart of Kirkbymoorside. The original property was significantly extended a number of years ago and now presents extensive and flexible living accommodation of quite some quality and style in a prime position. Many of the reception rooms are beamed and virtually all of the accommodation has the benefit of UPVC double glazed windows.

From Church Street, double wrought iron gates lead to a gravelled parking area immediately to the front of the house from where a Porch opens to the Hall and Staircase Hall from where access is gained to the Drawing Room, Dining Room and Study, along with an original access door to the Conservatory. The study looks out to the front garden area, is beamed and has an interesting display alcove. The well proportioned Drawing Room gives a wonderful open aspect over the gardens.

A Rear Hall with adjoining Cloakroom gives access to the Conservatory, Dining Room and fitted Kitchen. The Kitchen has lovely views over the rear garden. It has recessed ceiling lights, polished granite worksurfaces on two sides with wooden drawers beneath and wall cupboards above, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, wine rack, halogen hob, Fagor oven, built in NEFF microwave oven and 2-oven gas fired Aga. A door leads to a convenient Pantry with shelving and access to the external side door.

To the first floor, the majority of the original property is given over to a good sized Landing with deep window sills and a long built in bookcase from where an Inner Landing leads to a spacious Master Bedroom with built in wardrobes and a well appointed tiled en-suite Shower Room whilst adjacent is a useful Dressing Room/occasional Bedroom 5. Close by is the House Bathroom and a second substantial bedroom with a view over the green towards the Church. A separate Landing gives access to the remaining two bedrooms which occupy the entirety of the first floor of the later wing.

The well established gardens and grounds are extensive and a true delight and there is a wonderful open aspect towards a wooded hillside beyond the grounds which forms the most perfect backdrop to this fine individual property.

Immediately to the rear of the house and approached from the Conservatory, or via the side door and path access, is a large stone flagged terrace with a water feature. The patio is south facing and forms a most pleasant, secluded and sheltered summer seating and al fresco dining area. Beyond, is a superb lawn bounded on its northern side by a high brick wall to the front of which is a perimeter pathway and a well stocked bed containing a number of annuals and perennials to include Clematis, Privet, Virburnum, Garrya and a plethora of Roses. To this elevation are also a lean-to Greenhouse, Log/Wood store and adjoining dog run. The rear boundary of the formal garden is marked by a stone wall with a similar border adjoining and adjacent to which lies a south-west facing attractive part-glazed Summer House with electric lighting and power supply. Adjoining the rear driveway are the original vegetable and fruit garden areas, which are both bounded by a high Beech hedge. Adjacent to the southern wing of the house are various traditional outbuildings to include a traditional stone and pantile store with loft over and an attached single storey freezer room. Adjacent is a brick general store which links with a stone and pantile former stable range with brick floor and electric lighting. The buildings are suited to their current use as outside stores but equally, could be upgraded for alternative uses subject to obtaining planning and other necessary consents.

Lot 2 – The Paddock (1.43 acres approx.)
To the rear of the grounds and with frontage to the rear access road is a good grass paddock thereby making the property eminently suitable for those wishing to keep a horse, pony or some other form of grazing livestock. To the north western corner is a timber built stable range comprising 3 stables, hay store and tack room, all with adjoining front concrete pad.

The property is being offered for sale as a whole or in two lots as follows:-

Lot One: Job Hole to include outbuildings, gardens and grounds - Region £600,000
Lot Two: Adjoining paddock with stable range - Region £75,000
The Whole: Region - £675,000

VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through the sole agents, Messrs Humberts York office, telephone (01904) 611828.

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