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Detached, Eighteenth Century former farmhouse set in attractive gardens of almost half an acre, together with ample parking & recently converted annexe, in a scenic & easily accessible Conservation village.
This handsome former farmhouse enjoys a superb setting, set well back from the street and overlooking Settrington beck and the grassy meadows that extend along either side of it.
The property, which is Grade II Listed, is understood to date from the late 1700s and is constructed of solid limestone walls beneath a clay pantile roof, offering accommodation of over 2,000sq.ft arranged over two floors. Within the last few years there has been a certain amount of updating carried out, although there is excellent scope to further improve and reconfigure to create a truly delightful home in what is a well sought-after and conveniently located village.
In brief the accommodation comprises entrance hall, sitting room, study, open-plan dining kitchen/family room. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a house bathroom.
A fantastic recent addition to the property is a one-bedroom annexe/holiday cottage, which has been meticulously converted from a former stone outbuilding, and which offers a good degree of flexibility for either accommodating dependent relatives, an income stream via holiday letting, or as a wonderful home office/guest suite. Here the accommodation amounts to 488sq.ft and includes an open-plan living space, kitchenette, double bedroom, and en-suite shower room, all with vaulted ceilings and flooded with natural light. The work has been carried out to an excellent standard with an emphasis on energy efficiency and with high quality materials used throughout.
The extensive plot, which is approaching half an acre, includes plenty of space to park and two renovated outbuidings, one of which serves as a laundry room. The gardens are attractively landscaped and feature lawn, well stocked borders, patio areas, summer house and a productive vegetable patch.
Settrington is an especially pretty village situated at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds and benefits from a popular primary school, village hall, church, and sports club. The village is just 3 miles east of Malton, a first-rate market town which has gained a reputation as ‘Yorkshire’s Food Capital’ with is many eateries, artisan producers and high-profile food festivals. The town has a railway station, offering regular services to the mainline station of York, from where London can be reached in less than two hours. Most of the village falls within a Conservation Area and Brook Farm is easily identified by our For Sale board.
Staircase to the first floor. Understairs cupboard. Consumer unit. Electric meter.
Open fire with stone surround and hearth. Coving. Television point. Two wall light points. Yorkshire sliding sash window to the front. Radiator.
Pair of original fireside cupboards with glazed display cabinets to the upper half. Coving. Yorkshire sliding sash window to the front. Radiator.
Open fire with stone surround and hearth. Coving. Second staircase to the first floor. Understairs cupboard. Two Yorkshire sliding sash windows to the front, one to the rear and one to the side. Electric radiator.
Range of kitchen units incorporating a stainless steel, single drainer sink unit. Two oven, oil-fired Stanley stove. Electric oven and four ring gas hob. Extractor fan. Dishwasher point. Half-glazed door to the rear.
Coving. Yorkshire sliding sash window to the front.
Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with electric immersion heater. Casement window to the front. Radiator. Door to the inner landing.
White suite comprising bath with shower over, wash basin and low flush WC. Loft hatch. Yorkshire sliding sash window to the side. Radiator.
Casement window to the front. Radiator.
Casement window to the front. Loft hatch. Radiator.
The house is approached via a private driveway, passing the annexe, and leading to a substantial parking area to the rear of the house, offering space to extend or construct garaging, if required, subject to securing the necessary consents. The front of the house overlooks well established gardens, which extend towards the village beck and include lawn, shrub borders, patio areas and a productive vegetable patch, orchard and fruit cages.
Vaulted ceiling with French windows to the southern gable and glazed apex above. Karndean flooring. Television point. Consumer unit. Two heritage radiators.
Range of units incorporating a single drainer ceramic sink unit. Worcester oil-fired central heating boiler. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beam. Karndean flooring.
Vaulted ceiling with exposed roof truss and two Velux roof lights. Karndean flooring. Heritage radiator.
White suite comprising double shower cubicle, wash basin and low flush WC. Extractor fan. Vaulted ceiling with exposed roof truss and Velux roof light. Heritage radiator/towel rail.
Electric power and light.
Range of units incorporating a stainless steel sink unit. Automatic washing machine point. Yorkshire sliding sash window. Low flush WC. Consumer unit.
Yorkshire sliding sash window.