A stunning five-bedroom detached house with an impressive open plan kitchen and living area as the centrepiece. This immaculate home boasts generous (2,900sqft) and well-balanced accommodation in a superb position within the village.
The beautiful and sociable family living area includes a large central breakfast island and bi-folding doors opening onto the sunny south westerly facing secluded rear garden. Furthermore, are two further large ground floor reception rooms.
Approached by a carriage driveway providing ample parking, the handsome façade is complemented by attractive wooden double-glazed sash windows and pantile roof.
Internally the hallway leads directly to the principal reception rooms including the family room and double aspect lounge with and exposed brick fireplace with multi fuel stove. Off the hallway is also a cloakroom/WC and utility room/secondary kitchen with oven and hob, integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher and provision for a washing machine and dryer. A courtesy door leads to the side.
The kitchen is beautifully fitted in oak by Neptune complemented by black granite worktops, central Aga and integrated appliances. The contrasting central island features an oak worktop with inset sink and space for casual dining. Smooth limestone flooring featuring underfloor heating is laid throughout the kitchen and living area.
The stunning garden room is flooded with light from the surrounding windows and the large vaulted gable with skylights is perfect to be enjoyed year-round.
The first floor has five well-proportioned double bedrooms including four bedrooms with access to an en-suite bath or shower. The sumptuous master suite is situated to the rear of the house and is approached via a dressing room and includes a luxurious en-suite with separate shower and freestanding contemporary bath. The further bathrooms have been upgraded to a high standard.
Externally is an attached garage with double doors, power, light and a courtesy door to the rear. The south westerly garden is fortunate to enjoy the sun throughout the day and evening in the summer months. The gardens are secluded by mature trees and mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders as well as a flagged patio. With oil fired central heating.
Overall, a unique opportunity to acquire one of the village’s most substantial properties which has been meticulously improved and upgraded to exacting standards.
Council Tax Band G for 2019/20 – 2,762.15.
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 Cricket Club, Women’s Institute, toddlers and history groups as well as a village show. Nearby is Croft Farm livery yard and a café/farm shop is scheduled to open in the village shortly. 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. Follow Stewart Lane around the bend where the property will be seen on the left hand side.