Built in 2005, Birch House is a fine example of a modern family house, offering spacious and immaculately appointed accommodation of over 2,600sq.ft in addition to a games room and self-contained guest annexe with home office in an adjacent building, totalling almost 1,200sq.ft. The property enjoys superb, south-facing views across open countryside as well as a pleasant outlook toward the village church.
Every room in the house is really well proportioned and comprises of a spacious entrance hall with return staircase overlooked by a galleried landing, guest cloakroom, living room, dining room, snug, open-plan kitchen/family room and utility room. Upstairs there are a total of five double bedrooms and a house shower room. Both the master bedroom and the principal guest bedroom have en-suite facilities.
Birch House occupies a generous half acre plot, which has been beautifully landscaped over the last few years to create a very private garden which borders open fields, across which there are terrific views. These include formal lawned gardens, shrub borders, flagged terraces and veg patch. A gated block paved driveway leads to a large double garage, adjoining which is an impressive 31ft games room. The upper floor has been used to create a separate home office and guest suite with bathroom and sauna. Subject to securing the necessary consents there is clear scope to adapt this space to create a self-contained holiday cottage or granny annexe.
West Lutton is one of the villages along the Great Wold Valley that runs between the village of Duggleby and Foxholes. The village has a charming, rural character and a stream running through provides an attractive feature. The market town of Malton is located approximately 11 miles west and provides an excellent range of amenities, including railway station with regular services to the mainline station of York. West Lutton benefits from a primary school, and the village of Weaverthorpe benefits from two pubs and a shop.