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- SEMI-DETACHED 1930s HOUSE IN A CUL DE SAC LOCATION
- LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM & CONSERVATORY
- FITTED KITCHEN
- THREE BEDROOMS (TWO DOUBLES + ONE SINGLE)
- BATHROOM WITH WHITE SUITE
- UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING & SOLID FUEL CENTRAL HEATING
- OFF-STREET PARKING & GARAGE/WORKSHOP
- ATTRACTIVE REAR GARDEN
4 The Terrace is a superb, semi-detached family home with a self-contained annexe and stunning views across open countryside, quietly positioned within a popular village only 4 miles from Helmsley.
This extended house is constructed of stone under a pantile roof and has been significantly improved over recent years. It offers a versatile arrangement of accommodation that can be subdivided to create a self-contained annexe, which the current owners have successfully let via AirB&B. Alternatively, an interconnecting door means that it can be incorporated within the main body of the house for extended family living.
The accommodation amounts to over 1,320 sq.ft and comprises: entrance hall, living room with multi-fuel stove, snug with open fire, dining kitchen with range of integrated appliances, first floor landing, three bedrooms and a shower room. Within the annexe there is a large double bedroom with en-suite shower room and kitchenette.
The gardens are an especially appealing aspect of the property, having been beautifully landscaped to provide year-round colour and interest. Additional land has been acquired at the rear, meaning they are also larger than one might expect. Of course, the stunning views are another main feature and can be enjoyed from most principal rooms as well as the garden. A driveway at the front of the house offers plenty of space to park.
Oswaldkirk is a pretty village, pleasantly situated in an attractive area of countryside between the North York Moors National Park and the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is well placed for easy access to the Georgian market town of Helmsley, located approximately 4 miles north and the neighbouring village of Ampleforth some 2.5 miles west.