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A QUITE SUPERBLY REFURBISHED AND EXTREMELY WELL APPOINTED COTTAGE WITH WONDERFUL GARDENS IN THIS RENOWNED NATIONAL PARK VILLAGE
Hutton-le-Hole has a well deserved reputation as one of the most picturesque villages in the National Park and over the adjoining moors are excellent walks and bridleways. In the village itself is a Church, public house and village hall whilst a wide range of local services is available in the nearby market towns of Kirkbymoorside, Helmsley and Pickering.
Believed to date originally from the 1950s, Charters Garth is constructed of attractive mellow stone elevations under a pantile roof and occupies a first rate elevated position on the western side of the village with an unrivalled open aspect over the adjacent stream towards the main grass stray in the centre of the village. In recent years, the present owners have carried out an extremely comprehensive programme of restoration and upgrading and the property now offers outstanding, well-appointed, flexible and elegant living accommodation of quite some quality and style. The state of internal decorative repair is quite superb and the quality of the fixtures and fittings is first rate. Of particular note is the superb Kitchen with its central raised skylight, porcelain tiled floor, recessed LED ceiling lights, polished quartz worksurfaces with painted Shaker style cupboards and drawers beneath, John Lewis double oven and induction hob with stainless steel extractor hood above, integrated refrigerator and NEFF dishwasher. Completing the picture is a central island unit with Oak worksurface with base cupboards and wine rack beneath. The adjoining Utility Room has a matching tiled floor with further work surfaces, stainless steel sink and plumbing for washing machine. The Entrance Hall and remaining rooms on the ground floor have engineered Oak veneered floors with the front Sitting Room benefitting from a wide window to the front elevation from where there are outstanding views towards the village green. To the rear is a superb Garden Room with full height folding glazed doors, built in bookcase and multifuel stove. To the first floor, a Galleried Landing gives access to all of the accommodation which includes a wonderful Master Bedroom suite to include a Dressing Room and superb ensuite Shower Room complete with Grohe shower and Geberit WC and twin washbasins with illuminated wall mirror above. Completing the picture are two further bedrooms and a House Bathroom with similar high quality fittings.
Outside, the gardens are a true delight and form the most perfect setting for the house. To the front of the property, a short driveway leads to a brick sett parking and turning area adjacent to which is a landscaped Italianate garden arranged around a central circular Box hedge with adjacent Cherry and specimen Cotoneaster and from where there are splendid views towards the village green. The principal garden lies to the rear of the house and may be approached via either the Garden Room or the Kitchen which itself opens to a stone Loggia with flagged floor opening to a flagged pathway extending across the full length of the house. To this elevation are Wisteria, Clematis, Ceanothus and Rose. Adjoining the Sun Room is a stone flagged south facing sun terrace making for a most wonderful summer seating and al fresco dining area which is bounded by a raised border containing a plethora of annuals and perennials. Steps lead up to a small lawn which is bounded by trelliswork surmounted by Clematis and Roses and adjoining which is a well stocked bed. To one side is a specimen Cotoneaster and to the opposite boundary is a most charming flagged seating area beneath the boughs of an ancient Apple tree whilst adjacent is a rockery containing a wonderful Japanese Acer. A stone path leads to a larger rear garden which is principally lawned but interspersed with a number of Apple, Damson and Victoria Plum whilst to one side is a timber framed Summer House with glazing occupying a wonderful south facing position whilst opposite is a timber Garden Store. Along the entire southern boundary of the garden is a fine Beech hedge and at the far end are two ancient Beech and a Larch. Adjacent and with separate access to the rear lane is a substantial Oak framed timber Garage Block with a pantile roof providing a 2-Bay Garage and Workshop/Studio.
Strictly by appointment through the sole agents, Messrs Humberts York office, telephone (01904) 611828.