A charming period cottage offering deceptively spacious accommodation in a choice position overlooking the central Green in this attractive village. The property also benefits from a flexible studio/office over the garage and a lovely, separate orchard to the front.
Internally the property offers versatile accommodation whilst still retaining an abundance of character including exposed beams and fireplaces.
The ground floor includes a reception hallway providing access to the principal reception rooms including the sitting room, formal dining room/snug and attached garden room. To the rear is the dining kitchen which includes a selection of wall and base units complemented with granite work surfaces. Furthermore, is a study, utility room and cloakroom/WC.
The first floor offers four well-proportioned double bedrooms including an attractive master suite with dual aspect windows, fitted storage and an en-suite bathroom/WC. A house bathroom serves the remaining three bedrooms to this level. The second floor has two further characterful bedrooms including an en-suite shower room to bedroom five.
In addition to the main house is a garage which benefits from two useful store rooms and a studio/office above, offering great flexibility for further development (subject to necessary planning consents).
Externally the property sits in glorious grounds including attractive rear gardens with mature borders and walled boundaries. Parking is provided by two separate driveways, in addition to a garage.
The adjacent orchard has an abundance of fruit trees and vegetable patches, and includes a greenhouse.
In summary, a lovingly maintained home, full of character with the advantage of attractive grounds.
Situated 7 miles south of York city centre the attractive and popular village of Stillingfleet is mentioned in the Domesday Book and even has its own Facebook account where parishioners document the delights of the village. The centre of the village is in a conservation area and includes a Village Green with a beck flowing through attracting wildlife and insects. The 12th Century St Helens Church and the many local groups provide an opportunity to get to meet other villagers. The village also has a Public House, Cricket Club, Women’s Institute, toddlers and history groups as well as a village show. The property is in the catchment area for the highly regarded Naburn Church of England Primary School and Fulford Secondary School.
From the outer ring road (A64) in the south at the junction with the A19, follow the A19 towards York and take the first left hand turning signposted to Naburn. Continue through Naburn for approximately 3 miles to Stillingfleet. On entering the village along York Road, travel past the church on the left and take the next right turn where the property will be seen on the right hand side.