1 Station Cottages, Masham, Ripon


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Approaching the property from the A6108, the rear of the property provides a gravelled parking area with mature shrubs and trees with a railway sleeper edge. To the side is a driveway providing off street parking and access into the gardens.

From the rear the property opens into the kitchen which has a range of attractive wood wall and base units with downlighters onto a marble worktop with matching upstand. There is an integrated washing machine plus an electric oven and hob with an extractor hood over and a Belfast style sink with drainer. There is a door to the main hallway and another door revealing the switchback staircase to the first floor. There is also a storage area where there is space for a tall fridge freezer. The main hallway has the front door opening out to the private gardens as well as doors to the dining room, sitting room and house bathroom.

The reception rooms have interchangeable uses, the sitting room is a lovely room with a log burning stove set into an inglenook style fireplace and onto a stone hearth with a recessed storage cupboard and understairs cupboard and a sash style window out to the gardens. The dining room also has a log burning stove set into an inglenook style fireplace and onto a stone hearth and has windows to three sides and is a lovely bright room. The house bathroom is to the ground floor and comprises of a tile sided bath with an electric shower over, a wall mounted wash basin and a low level WC.

To the first floor are the three bedrooms all with attractive exposed wooden floorboards. Bedroom 1 is to the rear and is an excellent double with an over stairs cupboard and an ornamental cast iron fireplace with hearth. Bedroom 2 overlooks the gardens to the front and is another double room with an ornamental cast iron fireplace with hearth. Bedroom 3 is a single bedroom or study and also looks out over the gardens to the front.

Outside the gardens are to the front of the property (with parking to the rear and side) and has a paved sun terrace with lawned and gravelled areas having mature planted borders with a range of trees, shrubs and flowers and enclosed with a fenced boundary. There is also a large timber shed perfect for storing garden furniture and tools.

Agent note:

1. There is a right of way across the rear of the property to the other properties in the street.

2. There is a Septic tank for the property

3. Sale is not dependant on an onward chain.

4. There is a mix of single and double glazed windows.

5. Oil fired heating via an outside boiler.

LOCATION Masham is a small market town and civil parish in the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire and market days are on a Wednesday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Monday with a Farmers' Market every first Sunday of the month from April to September. An annual Sheep Fair is held in September. The market place, the largest in the district, is tightly bordered on its south and west sides by ranges of two- and three-storey buildings. To the south-east, lies St. Mary's Church with its large yard

Although Masham is a relatively small town it has two working breweries, Black Sheep Brewery and Theakstons, situated only a few hundred yards from one another. The Masham Steam Engine & Fair Organ Rally has held annually, organised by the Masham Town Hall Association; it began in 1965 to raise money for the local town hall.

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Norman F Brown - Bedale

6 Bridge Street, Bedale, North Yorkshire

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