An executive family house set in a pleasant and sought after development of similarly attractive homes, within the popular village of Escrick.
This four-bedroom detached house boasts well-proportioned and appointed accommodation, thoughtfully laid out and ideal for modern family living. The property opens to a spacious entrance hallway off which is the lounge centred around a log burning stove. This light and airy room spans from front to back of the house and has a conservatory beyond. Also off the entrance hall is a dining room to the front and kitchen/breakfast room to the rear. The kitchen boasts a series of matching wall and base units with a built in cooker and hob surface, integrated dishwasher and ample space for a breakfast/dining table. There is space for appliances both in the kitchen and in the handy utility room. The utility room also has a sink, storage cupboard and courtesy door into the integral double garage. A WC/Cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
Stairs from the entrance hallway lead to a first-floor landing and four well-proportioned bedrooms. These include the Master Suite which has built in wardrobes and a large en-suite bathroom. The rest of the bedrooms are served by a family bathroom suite with bath, separate shower, WC and vanity sink.
Externally, to the front is a carriage driveway leading to the double garage. Gardens to the front, both sides and to the rear are mainly laid to lawn. The south facing rear garden also has a patio seating area and mature planted borders.
In summary, a well-proportioned family house in the sought after village of Escrick.
The village of Escrick lies just 6 miles to the South of York and only 3 miles from the A64 providing easy access to Leeds and the A1/M1. Local amenities include a doctors’ surgery, two public houses, convenience store, tennis club and a renowned hotel with restaurant. The local primary school is rated as outstanding in a recent Ofsted report and the village is within the catchment area of the highly regarded Fulford Secondary School. Queen Margaret’s independent school is also close by.
From the A64 at the A19 roundabout, head south along the A19 towards Selby. Follow the A19 passing through the traffic lights at Crockey Hill and continue through Deighton. On entering Escrick turn left onto Skipwith Road and take the second left onto Wenlock Drive. The property is then situated on the right hand side on the corner of Southlands Close.