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Three Gables is a wonderfully situated detached bungalow, built around 1958 by well-regarded local builder, Charles Anson as a one-off property. The bungalow provides attractively presented and well-proportioned accommodation amounting to 1,358 square feet in total and is set within glorious, mature grounds which extend to 0.34 of an acre in total. Within the grounds stands a substantial stone building; a former cottage which is currently used as a large garage, with two upstairs storage rooms. The garage offers valuable storage space, but could offer further development potential as an annexe, outside studio or holiday accommodation, subject to all necessary planning consents and permission.
Well presented throughout with full uPVC double glazing and gas-fired central heating, the accommodation briefly comprises the following: a generously-sized entrance hall, breakfast kitchen with separate utility room, large open-plan living and dining room with doors opening out onto the garden and a large triple-aspect sitting room. Two bedrooms, both of which are generous doubles, main bathroom and a separate W.C. There is a sizable loft space, which could offer potential to extend the accommodation up into if required (subject to planning).
The property is set in lovely grounds, which encircle the bungalow to all sides and are a delightful combination of formal lawn, wildflower borders, ornamental pond and a number of mature shrubs and trees. Within the grounds are a number of useful outbuildings including workshop and tool shed and to the front is a large driveway, offering plenty of space to park for a number of vehicles, caravans or motorhomes.
One of the main attractions of the property is the situation; being located within Thornton le Dale, one of North Yorkshire’s most picturesque and popular National Park Villages. The village is centred around Thornton Beck and the Green, clustered around which are a number of small independent shops and eateries, including two public houses and bistro. The village lies on the doorstep of some of the most beautiful countryside in the area with endless opportunity for outdoor recreation.
Thornton le Dale is situated approximately two miles east of the popular market town of Pickering and eight miles north of Malton and enjoys easy access to the A64 providing links to the wider metropolitan area. Malton benefits from a train station with regular services to the main line station of York, where there are direct services to London, Leeds & Edinburgh.