A stunning conversion of a period building which has been cleverly and sympathetically extended to provide generous accommodation with great flexibility.
Internally the accommodation comprises an entrance hallway leading to the principal reception rooms including a cosy snug with multi fuel stove and a spacious lounge with French Doors. A further sitting room is bathed in natural light and flows seamlessly into the dining area and kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with central island, complemented by integrated appliances and granite worksurfaces. Three sets of French doors open on onto the patio areas, ideal for entertaining.
Additionally, to the ground floor is a study, utility WC and the charming Dovecote which serves a flexible fourth bedroom with an en-suite in the mezzanine level above. To the first floor are three further bedrooms including the master bedroom with fitted storage and en-suite shower WC. A house bathroom serves the further two bedrooms.
Externally is a good-sized courtyard garden which is fortunate to catch much of the afternoon and evening sun and enjoys a good degree of privacy. In addition is a large detached garage providing excellent storage and a wood store. The courtyard sits behind a secure electronic gate, with further provision for two vehicles to the front.
In summary, an outstanding and unique home, providing modern convenience and sociable living whilst retaining an abundance of character.
The property benefits from valid planning permission to extend further to the rear elevation. Further details are available upon request.
Sand Hutton lies seven miles north east of York, conveniently located off the A64 with easy access to York, Leeds and the A1M. This picturesque and un-spoilt village boasts a thriving community and highly regarded primary school, children’s playgroup, St Mary’s Parish Church, a village hall and green. All the facilities of the City of York are close at hand, including the retail outlets on the northern ring road at Vanguard and Monks Cross. The popular Park and Ride service also runs from Monks Cross offering easy access to the City centre.
Leaving York city centre via Malton Road, proceed towards the York Outer Ring Road. From the York Outer Ring Road follow the A64 heading north-east towards Scarborough and take the right hand turning signposted Sand Hutton. With the science laboratory on the right hand side proceed towards the village, and on entering the village bear right at the well at the village green. The property is on the right-hand side as your leave the village, easily identified by the Dovecote.