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A unique lifestyle property which occupies an elevated position offering both coastal and moorland views set within 3.5 acres of land, together with stables, garage and workshop. A well-rounded and beautifully situated property.
Moorside House is believed to have started life as an Edwardian hunting lodge and offers elegant accommodation with high ceilings, original parquet, wide windows and a number of fine original fireplaces.
The accommodation is centred around a rather grand sitting room which has an impressive oak panelled fireplace and stained glass detail, to the side is a cosy snug, with further open fire and an interesting oriel window to the side. At the rear is a nicely proportioned dining kitchen and beyond is a recently constructed garden room with the entire northeast wall given over to glass, the garden room affords a fantastic view across the countryside to the coast. Adjacent is the utility room with separate cloakroom. There are three double bedrooms, one with a small en-suite shower room and the main house bathroom.
Outside, the grounds have been landscaped to create a low maintenance, yet attractive space with mature woodland to the eastern boundary framing an attractive outlook over open countryside towards the heritage coastline and the sea beyond. The land stands the Northwest boundary and comprises a single paddock, bordered by stock proof fence and with an outside water supply; in total measuring 3.5 acres.
Moorside House is located some two miles north of the village of Cloughton, down a private lane off Whitby Road, close to Heritage Coastline, the Hayburn Wyke and Cloughton Wyke, where the opportunity for outdoor activities are endless. Moorside House lies only 1.5 miles from the village of Cloughton. Cloughton is a busy village some three miles north of the seaside town of Scarborough and is well-served with two public houses and church. All other amenities can be found close by in Scarborough, only 6 miles distant.