A substantial period home built circa 1860 situated in the popular village of Kelfield occupying an enviable position with large plot. The property boasts rural views with something different to enjoy from every window including open fields, horse paddocks and allotments.
Plum Tree house presents as a practical family home with generous living accommodation, 5/6 bedrooms and 4 outside stores in addition to 2 garages.
The property enjoys period features and characteristics whilst also having been modernised to increase energy efficiency including photovoltaic panels and an air source heat pump. Entering via the front door, the property opens to an entrance hallway with access to the principal reception rooms including a spacious lounge/family room with dual aspect light to the front and rear elevations and centred around a multi-fuel burning stove. Also off the hallway to the front of the house is a formal dining room whilst to the rear is a kitchen / breakfast room. The kitchen boasts shaker style wall and base units and granite work surfaces. Included in the kitchen is an integrated dishwasher, space dedicated for an American style fridge / freezer as well as a Rangemaster cooker with multi hob surface and extractor. Beyond the kitchen is a utility room with matching units and integrated washing machine and tumble dryer. There are sinks to both the kitchen and the utility room with a large pantry cupboard in the utility also.
There is an alternative entrance to the house off Moor End opening to a boot room with direct access to one of the two garages. Also off the boot room is a WC, completing the ground floor accommodation.
A grand staircase with built in under stairs storage and decorative cast iron spindles leads to a first-floor landing with WC. There are a total of 6 bedrooms, the smallest of which is used as a study. The remaining bedrooms are all well-proportioned double bedrooms and share use of a large family bathroom with separate bath and shower, WC and wash basin. A door off the landing leads to the Master Suite including a dressing area, part landing with sky light, large double bedroom and a fabulous en-suite with travertine wall and floor tiling, including underfloor heating and a superb walk-in shower.
Externally, the property has a large plot including a driveway offering ample parking for several vehicles. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with hedge borders, block paved and flagged path, raised beds, shrubs and some small trees including plum, apple and pear trees. There is a raised decking area with patio seating, ideally positioned to enjoy a sunny south westerly aspect throughout the day into the evening. There are four useful brick stores as well as two garages offering ample storage options to serve the properties generous garden.
In summary, a superb home with generous living accommodation in a rural setting.
The charming village of Kelfield boasts an active community and a number of amenities including a public house, bus service, village hall and cricket club. Nearby Riccall offers numerous additional local facilities, including a primary school.
Leaving York on the A19 in the south, continue through Deighton & past Escrick and take a right hand turning signposted Stillingfleet. Before entering Stillingfleet, take a left hand turning signposted Kelfield. Continue along Moor Lane and the property is located on the right hand side as the road becomes Moor End.