Rowan House forms part of a stunning small development of executive homes built in 2015 and offers stunning views of the village green, built by renowned local developer, Burridge Homes.
Rowan House is choicely positioned, elevated above the picturesque green in a popular and thriving village. This handsome double fronted house boasts five generous bedrooms, well-proportioned living space and an attractive garden.
This substantial property boasts an impeccable specification including a high-quality Schuller kitchen complemented by quartz worktops and a feature island with breakfast seating. Included is a full range of integrated appliances including duel ‘pyro clean’ ovens, induction hob, microwave, full height fridge freezer, dishwasher stainless steel drainer and chrome mixer tap. The kitchen flows seamlessly into the dining and garden room. This sociable space offers generous dining and seating areas with an attractive outlook onto the rear garden, accessed via bi-folding doors.
The dual aspect sitting room also has a side elevation window adding extra light and includes a fireplace of York handmade bricks and includes a multi fuel stove. Also, to the ground floor is a WC and utility with courtesy door to the rear. Throughout the ground floor is under floor heating, with a tiled floor in the kitchen and oak floor in the entrance, dining/garden room and utility.
A feature staircase with traditional painted spindles, polished oak handrails and newel posts leads to generous first floor accommodation. The property benefits from five double bedrooms, two of which have en-suites. There is the flexibility of utilising one of the rooms as a home office.
To the rear is a large South East facing garden with flagstone patio areas.The garden is mainly laid to lawn, with well stocked borders. A driveway sweeps round the garden to a large double garage and parking area.
In summary, a stunning individual home which enjoys superb views in a highly desirable village.
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 has recently opened in the village. 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 continue over the bridge and take the first left onto The Green where Rowan House is situated on the right hand side.