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Thorpe Bassett, Near Malton
- Spacious Detached Cottage in an Edge of Village Location
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom
- 18ft Sitting Room with Open Fire
- Dining Room & Breakfast Room
- Kitchen & Utility Room
- Attached Garage & Gravelled Parking
- Landscaped Gardens & Countryside Views
Daisy Cottage is very appealing detached property located on the edge of the peaceful village of Thorpe Bassett. The oldest portion of the house is believed to date from mid 1800s and was later substantially extended in a style which is very much in keeping with the character and feel of the original.
The accommodation amounts to nearly 2000sq.ft with an excellent amount of living space; at the centre of which is superb sitting room with exposed beams, open fire and doors opening onto a conservatory. Upstairs there are three good sized double bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of which is en-suite.
The gardens are of a good size, enjoy pleasant south and westerly aspects and have been attractively landscaped by the current owners. They feature lawn, well-stocked shrub borders, several trees, vegetable patch and a stone flagged patio. An attached garage has been added to the side of the house. We understand from the Vendors that the foundations are sufficient to allow a first floor extension above, subject to all necessary consents. In front of the garage is a double width, gravelled drive.
Thorpe Bassett is an ideally situated rural village just 5 miles from Malton, convenient for York, the Coast, the Moors and the Wolds. Whilst there are no facilities within the village, Rillington is 1 mile north and benefits from a range of basic amenities including primary school, doctor’s surgery, two pubs, butcher’s shop, village store and post office. Secondary schooling is available at the nearby market town of Malton, as well as a broad range of retailers, leisure facilities and railway station with regular services to the mainline station of York from where London can be reached in less than 2 hours.