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- Grade II listed period property
- elegantly proportioned accommodation
- Former parsonage
- 2000 ft2 of accommodation
- Versatile layout of accommodation
- Attractively presented throughtout
- In need of some general updating and improvement
- Four bedrooms
- Two reception rooms
- Breakfast ktiche
- utility and cloakroom
- Lovely grounds to three sides
Forming the southern half of this attractive Grade II listed former parsonage, Mullion Court is a highly individual period property set within pretty grounds on the northern edge of this sought after National Park village.
Built in 1865 in the Victorian High Gothic style, the property showcases many lovely character details including elegantly proportioned and light filled rooms, mullioned windows (hence the fitting name) a handsome original return staircase and exposed stonework. The accommodation is stylishly presented throughout but does requires some refurbishment, however there is huge potential to create a one off period home within an especially pretty moors village.
The accommodation amounts to just over 2,000 ft2 of accommodation and comprises in brief, entrance vestibule, spacious central hallway with an open study area tucked away to the side of the stairs. Large dining kitchen with a dual aspect out onto the garden at the rear and a rear porch with separate utility room and cloakroom. To the front are two west facing reception rooms, one a dual aspect sitting room and the other a snug with wood burning stove. There are four bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom and the master bedroom which has scope for an en-suite and adjoins bedroom four, which would make an ideal dressing room if preferred. The house bathroom has a modern white suite. The property has a substantial loft with good head height and offers great storage or potential to extend into, subject to all necessary planning consents and permissions. There is secondary glazing throughout.
Mullion Court neighbours Christ Church to the south and has a pretty cottage style garden to its rear. At the side is a useful garage and a gravelled off street parking area. Appleton-le-Moors is a pretty and popular village set within the North Yorks Moors National Park and located some 4 miles to the east of the historic market town of Kirkbymoorside which offers a full range of amenities and 8 miles west of Pickering. The village has the benefit of a Church, Chapel and pub with restaurant and is ideally positioned for a wide variety of country pursuits.