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Brompton By Sawdon
- Double Fronted Stone Cottage
- Renovated and Restored to a High Standard
- Well Presented Accommodation Throughout
- Bespoke Dining Kitchen opening onto Garden
- Three Bedrooms
- High Specfication Home Office
- Generous Graden with Superb Open View accross Brompton Lake
- Ample Off Street Parking
- Sought After Village Location
Finished and presented extremely well, the accommodation comprises; dining room with cast iron gas fired stove, front facing sitting room with cast iron gas fired stove. Bespoke breakfast kitchen by The Handmade Kitchen Company of Pickering with polished sandstone worktops and Bosch appliances and dining area opening out onto the south west facing garden. Ground floor bathroom with separate shower and three First Floor bedrooms; two of which are good doubles.
Huge attention to detail has been given to the property, LED lights are fitted throughout, all ceilings have been recently insulated and replastered, the three kitchen roof lights are triple glazed and the gas condensing combi boiler was replaced in September 2018; ultimately making the property as energy efficient as possible.
To the side off street parking has been created for two vehicles and the pretty cottage garden lies to the rear of the property. Within the grounds, converted from traditional outbuildings is a home office; finished off to a high standard with high speed fibre optic broadband, electric light and power and electric heating. Additionally are two further outbuildings and beyond lies a further area of garden with an idyllic outlook across the water meadows towards Brompton Lake and All Saints Church beyond.
Brompton is an unspoilt, rural village of mainly stone and pantile cottages, lying some nine miles east of Pickering and eight miles west of Scarborough. The village is particularly well served with a highly regarded butcher, restaurant and church. There is also a Primary School graded as Good by Ofsted located within the village. The Brompton Beck rises at the southern edge of the village and makes a charming pastoral scene. Much of the village lies within a Conservation Area and is characterised by pretty period cottages, the historic All Saints Church and Brompton Lake which is well stocked with wild brown trout and where there is abundant wildlife to be found.