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- A Pair of Attractive Character Properties
- Short Walk from Pickering Town Centre
- Excellant Investment Oppurtunity
- Beautifully Presented Throughout
- Private Gardens
- Off Street Parking
18 and 19 Burgate are a pair of self-contained, independent stone-built cottages currently held as a residential investment. One operates as a successful holiday cottage and the other most recently on a longer term short hold tenancy, although this would make an ideal furnished holiday let if required.
18 Burgate is the larger of the pair, providing 861 ft sq. of accommodation with modern fixtures and fittings as well as several character touches. In brief the accommodation comprises: entrance hall, cosy sitting room with feature fireplace and a well proportioned breakfast kitchen with space for a dining table. Utility room and cloakroom to the ground floor. Upstairs are two double bedrooms and house bathroom.
18 Burgate has a decent sized garden at the rear and off street parking within a sizeable parking area accessed off Willowgate. Recently let on as AST for £595 PCM the cottage would be an ideal investment property or full time home.
Number 19 Burgate is Grade II Listed and benefits from a number of appealing period details. Charming and well-presented throughout, 19 Burgate is currently run as a holiday cottage, but could be occupied full time if required. With two bedrooms, high quality bathroom fittings and an attractive open plan ground floor layout comprising living room, kitchen and dining area, the cottage turns over an impressive £18,000 PA.
The cottage has both a garden and secure off street parking accessed off Willowgate, a real bonus for a cottage so close to the centre of town.
Pickering, known as ‘The Gateway to the Moors’ is a charming market town with a wide range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, sports centre, restaurants, public houses and an array of retailers. The town also boasts a number of visitor attractions. The historic City of York is situated about 30 miles to the south and provides a wide range of services and amenities including a main line train service to London Kings Cross and Edinburgh in less than 2 hours.