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- Charming Period Cottage
- Much Improved and Well Presented Throughout
- Quiet Location with Outstanding Views
- Two Reception Rooms
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Attractive South Facing Rear Garden
- Garage and Off-Street Parking
- No Onward Chain
Built is 1865 as accommodation for Rosedale Abbey’s then thriving mining industry, 16 Hill Cottages has been sensitively renovated and improved in recent years and provides deceptively spacious accommodation amounting to just over 1,000 sq. ft. Upvc double-glazed throughout with oil fired central heating, the accommodation comprises the following:
Large sitting room with open fire, open through to the living/dining room. Breakfast kitchen, utility room with cloak and a rear porch. To the first floor there are two good-sized double bedrooms and a shower room.
The back of the cottage faces south, and benefits from a surprisingly large garden, which has been attractively landscaped and offers a relaxing place to unwind and enjoy the superb views across Rosedale. It is primarily laid to lawn with a useful garden shed at the far end. There is off street parking and a detached garage; rare for Hill Cottages, accessed via a shared lane which runs to the rear of the cottages.
Despite its rural situation, the nearby village of Rosedale Abbey is only 1.5 miles away and benefits from a range of amenities including village shop and post office, pub, tea room and primary school. Rosedale is a peaceful area with some of North Yorkshire’s most beautiful scenery. It is a popular tourist destination and has endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, having miles and miles of footpaths and bridleways.