A superb family home within a sought after village location. Church End House boasts well proportioned living accommodation and sits in a large plot with un-interrupted rural views over fields and onto the Howardian Hills.
The accommodation opens at the front to an entrance hallway with WC/Cloak room. The property has a favourable layout with each of the principal reception rooms accessed directly off the hallway. The lounge has a front to back dual aspect and so has a spacious, light and airy feel. The dining room can be accessed from both the hallway as well as off the lounge creating a nice flow from room to room. The kitchen/breakfast room offers an excellent sociable space, with a series of wall and base units and ample room for a dining/breakfast table. There is a courtesy door from the kitchen into the integral double garage. A separate study completes the ground floor accommodation.
Stairs from the entrance hallway lead to a first floor galleried landing off which are five well proportioned bedrooms. The Master Suite is an excellent size and served by an en-suite shower room whilst the other four bedrooms share use of a large bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower. Also off the Master Bedroom is a large balcony with superb open views over fields with the Howardian Hills peaking in the distance.
Externally to the front is a lawn garden with planted borders and driveway leading to the integral double garage. To the rear is an exceptional garden, mainly laid to lawn with the addition of a large vegetable patch, with planted borders including shrubs, plants and mature trees. There is an additional store on the side of the house accessed at the rear, ideal for garden equipment.
In summary, the ideal family home for those who seek an idyllic village home with further scope for modernisation.
Sheriff Hutton is a desirable village famed for its ruins of a 14th century castle, approximately 10 miles north of York City centre and close to the Castle Howard estate. The village has a range of recreational facilities and amenities including two public houses, post office and general store, superb deli (Quarmbys), butchers, dentists, primary school and falls in the catchment for the well-regarded Easingwold Secondary School. A bus service runs between York and Malton and for those commuting further afield the outer ring road (A1237) is within easy reach.
From the Outer Ring Road (A1237) in the north take the Strensall roundabout and head north going straight over two mini roundabouts for approximately 1.5 miles. At the next roundabout in front of the Six Bells Public House take the first exit onto York Road and proceed straight over the railway crossing and into the centre of the village. After The Ship public house take a left turning signposted Sheriff Hutton. On entering the village, after passing The Highwayman Pub, turn right at the cross roads onto Main Street. Continue along Main Street as it becomes Church End, the property is then on the left hand side as the road forks onto East End.