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Thornton Le Dale
- Grade ll Listed Character Cottage
- Pretty National Park Village
- Recently Renovated Throughtout
- Beautifully Presented Throughout
- Living/Dining Kitchen
- Dual Aspect Sitting Room
- Three Bedrooms
- Master with En-Suite
- Pretty Rear Garden with Off Street Parking
- No Onward Chain
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.