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An imaginative restoration of a lovely character cottage. The renovation of Foxglove Cottage has been done with an exceptional level of care and consideration, retaining the character wherever possible with exposed beams, reclaimed floorboards and period fireplaces whilst creating a more modern, open plan flow of accommodation. Wonderful attention to detail has been paid, with high end fittings and fixtures including a bespoke Kitchen by John Lewis of Hungerford, Fired Earth tiles and quality fitted bathroom and shower suites. Coupled with being beautifully presented throughout, it is unsurprising that Foxglove Cottage has until recently been a successful holiday cottage, featured in a number of publications including The Yorkshire Post, Self Build and Design, The Guardian and Homes & Gardens, Germany. Realising an annual income of £26,000 based on only 6 months of letting, there would excellent scope to build on the business potential of the cottage.
The garden is a delight, being a garden of two halves with a sheltered courtyard garden to the immediate rear where the French windows from the kitchen open straight out onto the flagged area. Beyond is a classic cottage garden, with a central lawn edged by borders filled with spring bulbs and flowering perennials and fringed by a number of well-established specimen trees. A further outside seating and dining area lies tucked away in a sheltered southwest position. There is off street parking on the driveway to the rear.
In all the cottage provides 1,200 square feet of accommodation which briefly comprises; entrance porch, utility room and ground floor shower room. Large open plan breakfast kitchen with a step down to a front facing dining room, from which glazed double doors open into a cosy, dual aspect living room with wood burning stove. Upstairs are three double bedrooms, each with fitted storage and the main house bathroom.
Hutton Buscel is a sought after and especially sociable village located approximately 11 miles east of Pickering and 5 miles west of Scarborough. A comprehensive range of local services are available in the nearby villages of East and West Ayton, including a doctors surgery, pharmacy, post office, petrol filling station with supermarket, library, several public houses and a primary school. A regular bus service passes through the village from Scarborough to Helmsley. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Scarborough, with a train station at Seamer only 4 miles distant which provides a regular service to York where mainline connections to the rest of the UK can be found. The village is set well off the A170, in an elevated position and is well sited for easy access over to Scarborough, or onto the A64.