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- DETACHED 18TH CENTURY HOUSE OFFERING SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION
- FIVE BEDROOMS & TWO BATHROOMS
- TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
- DINING KITCHEN & GUEST CLOAKROOM
- CENTRAL HEATING & MAJORITY DOUBLE-GLAZING
- BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED GARDENS FACING SOUTH
- AMPLE PARKING
- DOUBLE GARAGE & WORKSHOP
- CONSERVATION VILLAGE LOCATION
- VIEWING IS RECOMMENDED
Ebor House is a charming Eighteenth Century village house, quietly situated within a Conservation Area. The property is set in delightful, south-facing gardens and is believed to date back around 300 years, at one time having been a working farm. It has been in the same ownership for over 40 years, during which time it has been sensitively updated, whilst respecting the style and character of the building.
The accommodation, which is laid out over three floors, extends to over 1,700 ft2 and briefly comprises: entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen diner with pantry, rear lobby and guest cloakroom. Over the upper two floors there are a total of five, generously proportioned bedrooms, a bathroom and shower room. Many of the rooms feature exposed beams, ledge and brace doors and there is an original inglenook within the dining room. Most of the windows have been replaced – all in timber (many of which are hardwood and double-glazed) and the majority to the front are replicas of the original Yorkshire sliding sashes. Central heating is provided by a recently renewed gas fired combi condensing boiler.
Externally there are beautifully landscaped gardens, which lie mostly to the rear of the house, enjoy an enviable southerly aspect and are part-walled. They feature lawn, well-stocked cottage borders, veg patch and several specimen trees including monkey puzzle, laburnum and an old apple tree. A gated, gravel driveway leads to a parking area and open-fronted double garage with adjoining workshop.
Gristhorpe is a conveniently placed village located only 3 miles from the nearby coastal town of Filey. The Main Street is a no-through road and designated Conservation Area, presenting a very attractive street scene. Good local facilities can be found in both Filey and Scarborough, which is some 6 miles north. The A64 is within easy reach for commuting further afield. For anyone keen on walking, there are several footpaths and bridleways that pass through the village.