The current owners purchased the property from plan approximately 15 years ago from reputable local builders Hogg the Builder. The house boasts substantial room proportions and flexible living accommodation as well as attractive outside space. This executive detached home is situated in a delightful position on the edge of a desirable village, forming part of a small select residential area situated between York and Selby.
The property opens onto an entrance hallway of generous proportions and leads to the lounge with dual aspect light centred around a feature fireplace and spanning the full depth of the house. Also accessed from the hallway is a study and doors leading to the open plan kitchen/garden room. This sociable space boasts a kitchen with matching wall & base units, range cooker and full complement of integrated appliances. There is ample space for a table and chairs and/or seating area with French doors leading onto the garden. In addition is a formal dining room as well as useful utility room and two separate WC/Cloak rooms completing the ground floor space.
The bedrooms and bathrooms are arranged over the first and second floors. To the first floor are four double bedrooms including two with en-suite bathrooms in addition to the family bathroom. The Master suite also includes a walk in dressing room complete with built in storage. To the second floor are two further double bedrooms including one with en-suite.
Externally the property is approached via a large sweeping driveway leading to the detached double width garage. There is a front garden complete with fish pond as well as the side and back gardens. The garden to the side is laid to lawn with mature borders and contains a summer house. The garden to the rear is also laid to lawn with planted borders and separate seating areas to enjoy the sun from different positions throughout the day.
In summary, a large executive detached house in a pleasant position within a small development.
The property is located on the edge of the village of North Duffield which is between York and Selby with commuter routes also to Leeds. The village itself has a number of amenities including public houses, convenience store, post office, doctors surgery and a well regarded Primary School.
Leaving York on the A19 travelling south continue for approximately 4 miles to Escrick taking a left hand turning signposted Skipwith/North Duffield and continue along Mill Hill for approximately another 4 miles. Take a left hand turn onto York Road and continue into North Duffiled village to where the road becomes Main Street. Beech Grove is then the first left hand turn with the property at the end on the right.