Please enter your starting address in the form input below.
Please refresh the page if trying an alernate address.
An exceptional contemporary home, unique to the town and situated in a lovely rural position, with direct views over the NYMSR but only minutes from the centre of the town. Completely private, the house is set back behind a mature, laurel hedge and secure fencing in a generous plot which measure 0.2 of an acre.
Heron Reach was built in 2006 ago as one of a pair of properties. Completely refurbished by the current owners with high end, fittings and fixtures throughout, wonderful attention to detail and beautiful presentation. The property is a true one off which has been intelligently designed with UV thermal glass, underfloor heating to the ground floor and a good level of energy efficiency.
The accommodation amounts to 1,826 square feet and in brief comprises; entrance hall with fitted cloak cupboard, a striking main reception room with the western gable end being fully glazed, making the room exceptionally light and airy and with a woodburning stove to the far wall and part vaulted ceiling. Stylish dual aspect kitchen with an attractive range of modern units and integrated appliances with a separate utility and pantry to the rear. Two large double ground floor bedrooms, one with ensuite bathroom and a large main shower room with a range of high specification, bathroom fittings. On the first floor is the sitting room with glass balustrade, looking down into the living room below. Large, dual aspect master bedroom, first floor shower room, and a generous storeroom. A separate set of granary style steps lead out from the first floor down to the garden. The property is exceptionally well equipped for storage with a number of fitted eaves cupboards and each bedroom having fitted wardrobes.
The striking, parterre style gardens were designed with the brief to create a space which was at once easy to care for whilst being attractive and eye catching. The result being a lovely space where the structured formality of the box hedging, Portuguese laurel trees, and pathways acting as a wonderful foil to the house’s inherent modernity. Within the grounds stands a substantial detached building which acts as a studio/bar/workshop space, fitted out as a bar to one end with woodburning stove, bespoke bar made from Tasmanian oak and entertaining area. To the far end lies a workshop with fitted workbenches and providing parking for a number of vehicles.
Newbridge is located half a mile to the north west of the town. Pickering is a bustling market town, famous for its castle and steam railway, and located on the southern boundary of the North York Moors National Park and close to the heritage coastline. The town offers a wide range of amenities, including primary and secondary school, sport centre, restaurants, public houses and an array of retailers.