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Thornton Le Dale
- Beautifully Renovated Grade ll Listed Cottage
- Versatile and Stylish Accommodation
- Dual Aspect Sitting Room with Multi Fuel Stove
- Newly Fitted Dining Kitchen
- Three Bedrooms
- Master with En-Suite
- Landscaped Gardens with Terrace
- Off Street Parking
- No Onward Chain
- Ideal Holiday Home
Grade II listed Character Cottage, newly renovated inside and out to an excellent standard, providing an exceptionally spacious level of attractive and stylish accommodation, over 1,200 sq. feet in total. Landscaped gardens and grounds to the rear, with ample off street parking.
Old Bar Cottage takes its name from its time as one of Thornton-le-Dales oldest Public Houses. Stone under a pan tiled roof, the cottage retains much of its original character, with beamed ceilings, Yorkshire sliding sash windows and the village post-box set within the front elevation. Internally the property has been recently transformed with a thorough renovation to create a superb dining kitchen with range of high specification units, granite tops and integral appliances, upstairs an en-suite has been added and a stylish new bathroom fitted. A new boiler has been fitted and property is being fitted with the latest secondary glazing and has been recently re-pointed.
The cottage has been fully redecorated and is been beautifully appointed throughout. Contents are available by separate negotiation; ideal for those looking for an investment property which could be placed onto the holiday or AST lettings market extremely quickly.
The accommodation comprises: entrance vestibule, entrance hall, sitting room with recently fitted multi fuel stove, open plan living/dining kitchen, with a dual outlook front to back. On the First Floor are three bedrooms; one with en-suite shower room and a refitted family bathroom. Central heating is gas-fired.
Old Bar Cottage stands on the northern side of High Street, looking South. To the rear the grounds run back to Church Lane. There is a wide access onto the pea gravelled parking area; newly created, there is space for parking a number of vehicles, including caravan or mobile home if needed. Beyond, the garden has been landscaped into several different area of interest, with scope to interest a keen gardener, whilst equally easy to create a low maintenance but attractive space. There is a lawned area, shrub borders and a raised stone terrace with an ideal private and sunny position to sit out and enjoy the garden. Immediately to the rear of the cottage is a broad stone terrace, including two useful traditional outbuildings.
Thornton-le-dale is a pretty, well-served village some three miles to the east of the market town of Pickering and lies within the southern boundary of the North York Moors National Park. The village has a variety of shops, including butcher, bakery, Post Office and pharmacy, with two doctor's surgeries, cafes and public houses.