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- Grade ll Listed Former Rectory
- Spacious and Versatile Accommodation
- Attractive Period Features
- Generous South Facing Grounds
- Three Reception Rooms
- Breakfast Kitchen
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Double Garage
- No Onward Chain
Starting life in the 17th Century with significant additions during the 18th and 19th Centuries, the stone-built property occupies a pleasant south facing position adjacent to All Saints Church with mature grounds of over a quarter of an acre. The principal rooms all face south and have the elegant proportions and the character touches expected from a listed property such as panelled window shutters, moulded architraves and full height sash windows and in total amounts to 2,800 sq. ft of accommodation.
In brief; entrance hall, dual aspect drawing room, sitting room with open fire and oak panelled dining room adjoining the modern kitchen. Pantry, utility room and a large ground floor bathroom finish off the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor is an airy galleried landing with windows to the front and rear; master bedroom with bathroom, three further double bedrooms and the house bathroom with adjacent linen room.
Adjoining the property is a double garage and storage area. The approach to the property is via a tree lined drive and leads onto a broad area of hardstanding. The grounds are mature, largely lawned and with a number of handsome specimen trees, particularly to the northern boundary with the Church. Well stocked borders provide plenty of colour and interest.
Easington is a small village located equidistant between Guisborough and the popular seaside resort of Whitby; just 12 miles to each. The village sits within the North York Moors National Park and benefits from a Church, Public House and a well-regarded Farm Shop.