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North View House, Goodmanham, York

Sold STC
£535,000
  • Ref: NORTHVIEW
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Recently Upgraded Throughout
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • En Suite
  • Separate Annex Project
  • Separate Workshop / Office
  • Gardens
  • Parking
  • Sat Nav to YO43 3JA

Property Summary

North View House Is an attractive, mellow brick and pantile, detached house fronting village street and believed
to date from about 1780 the present owner has, over the last ten years, extended and improved the property to a high standard including the construction of a new kitchen and master bedroom wing, on the south side of the house. The house has been re-wired, re-roofed and re-plumbed; the kitchen and bathroom fittings are of a high quality and it is in excellent decorative order throughout.

A detached, brick-built annex gives separate accommodation consisting of Lounge with bedroom and bathroom above and large kitchen/diner. Double patio doors leading onto patio area, which has planning consent for the erection of a conservatory. The majority of this conversion has been completed and the new owner could finish the project by completing the interior. The building would be ideal for occupation by a dependant relative or for separate letting subject to consent being granted.

The gardens which are largely south-facing, are a delight and give shelter and privacy to the property, planted with a wide variety of interesting trees and shrubs. Large patio and footpath lead to the office/workshop situated at the southern end of the garden

The house is situated in the centre of the village conservation area looking northwards over the ancient parish church of All Saints, a largely Norman church, believed to be on the site of an earlier Saxon church stood on the foundations of a pagan Temple. Believed to date back to 900ad.

The village itself retains a local pub which has been award village pub of the year 3 times in 7 years.
The national long distance footpath, the Wolds Way, passes through the centre of the village which gives immediate access to unspoilt Wolds countryside. Market Weighton with an excellent range of local facilities, amenities and schools is close by and the highly acclaimed Pocklington Independent school is located 9 miles to the west.

York and Hull are approximately 20 miles to the Easy and West respectively, Beverley is around 12 miles while the motorway network is 10 miles away. Giving easy access to Leeds and Manchester

Main house accommodation

Staircase & Hall - Wall light point continuing to side hall with half glazed garden door, terracotta tiled floor.

Utility/Cloakroom - With WC, plumbing for washing machine, ceramic tiled floor.

Drawing Room - 6.60m (21' 8") x 3.80m (12' 6") Open fireplace with polished marbled surround, deep recess and marble hearth. Television point, deep plaster cornice, picture light point.

Lounge - 3.70m (12' 2") x 4.10m (13' 5") Open fireplace with carved and painted surround, marble slips and hearth, fitted coal effect gas fire flanked by built-in bookshelves with cupboards and drawers below. Plaster cornice, four wall light points.

Sitting Room - 2.90m (9' 6") x 4.10m (13' 5") Fireplace with tall brick arched surround and cast iron gas effect stove on raised stone hearth. Beamed ceiling, two wall light points, French windows to garden.

Fitted Breakfast Kitchen - 6.20m (20' 4") x 4.60m (15' 1") Range of limited oak panelled floor and wall cupboard and drawers including inset polycarbon double bowl sink unit. Rosieres cooker with electric double oven, four gas rings and griddle plate, extractor hood over. Large archway to breakfast area with open fireplace with tall arched brick surround, wrought iron multi-fuel stove. French windows to garden, terracotta tiled floor, recessed ceiling lights and plaster cornice.
From the hall the staircase, with polished and carved pine balusters and handrail rises to a galleried landing and sitting area with Velux window.

Master Bedroom - 6.20m (20' 4") x 4.60m (15' 1") Open fireplace with carved pine surround, wrought iron multi-fuel stove in deep recess.

Bathroom One - With panelled bath, wc, pedestal wash hand basin, brass taps. Velux window.

Bathroom Two - With pedestal wash hand basin, wc, tiled shower cubicle, bath set in tiled surround with stainless steel mixer tap and hand shower. Velux window.

Bedroom Two - 3.80m (12' 6") x 3.80m (12' 6") Plaster Cornice, access to roof space.

Bedroom Three - 3.70m (12' 2") x 4.30m (14' 1") Built-in double wardrobe with cupboards above, plaster cornice.

Bedroom Four 4.10m (13' 5") x 2.80m (9' 2")

Detached Annex

Sitting room – 5.5m (18’ 4”) x 5.5m (18’ 4”) With side entrance and 2 arched double patio doors.

Bedroom – 5.5m (18’ 4”) x 5.5m (18’ 4”) with 2 dorma window and 2 Velux roof lights

Bathroom to be installed

Kitchen / diner – 5.5m (18” 4’) x 4.2m (14’ 0”) with 2 large Velux window & double patio doors leading to prepared concrete base ready to construct a conservatory (which has planning approval) plans available.

Conservatory – 4.6m (15’ 4”) x 4.2m (14’ 0”) To be supplied and build by the purchaser. With doors opening onto large stone slabbed patio.


Office/Workshop

9.2m (30'2'') x 8.2 (26'11) Recently constructed timber clad building.
Constructed with 9 x 3 timbers on concrete base and clad with tantalised tongue and groove board outside and lined inside with painted osb board and fully insulated throughout. Roofed with bonded composite panels. Electricity water draining connected.

Outside

A Tarmacadum drive leads off the village street to a five bar painted timber gate set in brick wall. parking area at the side of the house and in front of Detached Brick Built annex Block 5.5m (18’0) x 5.7m (18’9) with two arched entrances and full height loft over. beyond is a single storey brick built kitchen/diner and a lean-to brick-built store, at the side of the house, houses the oil-fired central heating and hot water boiler.

A paved terrace fronts the house on the west side, overlooking a lawned garden protected by mature privet hedges and raised herbaceous border, fronted with iris, hosta hardy geranium, box and hebe. A fine mature trees overhangs the garden which continues to curved steps leading up to a long raised lawn bounded by railway sleepers and beech and holly hedges. The whole garden is surrounded by mature trees and flowering shrubs.

Disclaimer
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. We recommend you take independent financial advice before.


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