An attractive 18th century Grade II listed detached house offering generous accommodation including 5 reception rooms and 4/5 double bedrooms. The property forms part of 21 properties within the village listed as being of significant historical interest and is packed with many wonderful features including timber doors, exposed beams and feature fireplaces.
The property opens into a reception hall/snug with stairs to the first floor. To either side of the entrance hall is a breakfast kitchen with a range of fitted wall and base units, Rangemaster oven, built-in microwave oven and space for a dishwasher. The breakfast room opposite offers space for a kitchen table and chairs and fridge freezer. Leading from the breakfast room is a handy utility room with fitted storage and space for a washing machine and a tumble dryer.
The property boasts exceptional living spaces, with a large family room to the rear, a separate dining room, a large snug and further sitting room with wood burning stove. In addition, the ground floor benefits a further room which offers a flexible space for either a ground floor bedroom, study or playroom as well as a bathroom with corner bath, separate shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin.
To the first floor is a master bedroom suite with en suite bathroom and fitted storage. A guest bedroom offers light and spacious accommodation having the benefit of windows to two aspects together with fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room. Two further double bedrooms and a house bathroom complete the first floor accommodation.
Externally, the property is approached through timber double gates along a block paved driveway. The garden offers a good-sized sun patio with surrounding raised beds leading to a large lawn with mature borders and hedges along the rear boundary. The gardens enjoy a good degree of privacy and are ideal for children of all ages. There is a double garage with power and light together with a large workshop at the rear with a pedestrian door to the garden.
Wheldrake is an attractive and popular village 8 miles south of York city centre with excellent access to the A19 and A64. The village has a primary school, church, shop and sub post office, public house and is also falls in the catchment area for the highly regarded Fulford Secondary School.
Leave York via the A19 in the south and at the junction with the A64 proceed south along the A19 towards Crockey Hill. At the traffic lights take the left turning signposted for Wheldrake. Proceed along Wheldrake Lane into Wheldrake where the road bends slightly to the left into Main. Travel into the centre of the village where number 11 will be seen on the left hand side.
City of York Council Tax Band G - £2,762.15.