On first appearances, The Cottage appears to be a quaint brick-built property of modest proportions under a pitched pantile roof. Inside however, the property paints a very different picture, having been refurbished and remodelled by the current owners to an exacting standard. The Cottage offers spacious and bright accommodation with generous living spaces which flow seamlessly. In addition, there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms which give plentiful space for families and couples alike.
The house is approached via a long driveway rising up to the property giving it an elevated position. The front is the perfect spot to enjoy the large garden and beautiful views across the green, from which you can watch the sun set in the summer months. In addition, there is ample parking along a block paved driveway and a double garage for either storage or further parking.
The accommodation opens into an entrance hall with cloakroom/shower room and a cosy snug, with wood burning stove and timber flooring to one side and a separate bar room off. This room is the perfect space for parties and entertaining. At the heart of the home is a stylish breakfast kitchen with contemporary fitted Shaker wall and base units, granite worktops over and a Belfast sink. The kitchen offers built-in appliances including a wine fridge and an AGA. In addition to the breakfast bar is a dining area for more formal occasions. A comfortable sitting room with windows to both elevations and bi-fold doors out to the enclosed walled rear patio and garden complete the ground floor.
Upstairs offers four generous bedrooms, one with built-in storage. The master bedroom boasts an en-suite bathroom with roll top bath and a separate shower. There is a family bathroom and a large storage cupboard to both the house bathroom and the master bedroom.
In summary, a superb property in an enviable elevated position within this ever-popular village.
Selby District Council, Band D - £1,592 for 2018/2019.
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 Public House, Cricket Club, Women’s Institute, toddlers and history groups as well as a village show. 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 cross continue over the bridge and take the first left where The Cottage is situated on the right hand side.
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