Knayton, Thirsk

£285,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An Attractively Situated & Very Conveniently Located Substantial Four Double Bedroomed Stone Built Semi Detached Village Residence Standing in 0.89 Acres of Grounds with Stone Built Outbuildings Enjoying Superb Development Potential in a Much Sought After & Highly Desirable North Yorkshire Village, Very Convenient for the A.19

Grade II Listed Dating from Circa 1700

Tremendous Development Potential

In Need of Full Updating & Modernisation

Idyllic North Yorkshire Village Location

Very Convenient for the A.19

Three Double Bedrooms

Outbuildings with Potential

Entrance Hall

4.64 x 1.11 (15'2 x 3'7 )

With a cork tiled floor. Centre ceiling light point. Wall mounted electric heater.

Sitting Room

4.08 x 4.44 (13'4 x 14'6 )

Inglenook fireplace with large oak beam over. Inset tiled surround, mantel shelf and hearth. Double radiator. Ceiling light point.

Study / Dining Room

4.03 x 3.47 (13'2 x 11'4 )

Chimney breast has a stone-built fire surround and hearth with an oak beaver man mantel shelf. Deep shelved recess. Double radiator. Telephone point. Centre ceiling light point. Main beam. Views out onto the front garden. Additional shelved display cabinet.

Kitchen

3.68 x 2.56 (12'0 x 8'4 )

With a beaver man (Colin Almack) fitted kitchen comprising nice range of solid oak base units topped with work surfaces with an inset single drainer, single bowl stainless steel sink unit. Centre ceiling light point. Door out to rear. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space and point for electric cooker. Space for fridge freezer. Hatch through to Breakfast room.

Back Entrance

1.77 x 0.93 (5'9 x 3'0 )

With outside door. door to side gives access to:

Downstairs WC

1.39 x 1.39 (4'6 x 4'6 )

With low level WC. Ceiling light point.

Breakfast Room

3.45 x 2.61 (11'3 x 8'6 )

Hatch through from kitchen. Centre ceiling light point. Door to dining room. Door through to:

Inner Hallway

2.08 x 2.59 (6'9 x 8'5 )

Stairs to first floor and access to understairs storage area.

Stairs to First Floor

with stained and polished pine balustrade and spindles leading up past half landing with window and leading up to

First Floor Landing

10.22 x 0.86 (33'6 x 2'9 )

With central arch and giving access to:

Bedroom No. 1 (Front)

4.03 x 3.52 (13'2 x 11'6 )

Centre ceiling light point. Double radiator. Two useful shelved store cupboards. Centre ceiling light point.

Bedroom No. 4 (Rear)

2.18 x 2.18 (7'1 x 7'1 )

With centre ceiling light point. Window looking out to rear.

Bedroom No 2 (Front)

3.37 x 4.11 (11'0 x 13'5 )

Electrically operated double radiator. Centre ceiling light point. Built in chimney breast alcove storage cupboards. Original fire surround.

Bedroom No. 3 (Rear)

3.05 x 2.61 (10'0 x 8'6 )

Centre ceiling light point. Electrically operated radiator.

Outbuildings

Lean to Former Forge

4.84m x 3.25m (15 11 x 10 8 )

With benefit of light and power. Beamed ceiling. Corrugated monopitch roof. Original copper with adjacent fireplace. Windows to one side. Offers tremendous scope for workshop / studio or annexed accommodation. Part concrete floor. Fitted workbench.

Barn with Granary Over

4.77m x 4.64m (15 8 x 15 3 ) internally

Detached stone built with clay pantile roof. Arched opening to the front. One window to rear. Light and power (previously).

Adjacent Stabling

4.23m x 4.79m (13 11 x 15 9 )

Currently divided into two stables with a floor walkway. Stable door in.

This building would offer tremendous scope for conversion to a possible second residence or very useful annexe or cottage accommodation utilising the site.

Within the garden area there is a stable block divided into two areas. Brick built with a clay pantile roof.

Building No. 1

5.00m x 3.07m (16 5 x 10 1 )

With an original feed rack

Building No. 2

4.93m x 3.05m (16 2 x 10 )

Beamed ceiling. Part concrete floor. Original elevated hay rack.

Garden

The gardens represent a large area of overgrown and partially wooded former grounds and gardens to the rear which runs down to the A.19. within which there are numerous trees, evidence of a former brick outhouse which is now dilapidated and the gardens offer tremendous scope for landscaped gardens to service the main house and potentially the barn conversion subject to purchasers requirements.

Overall, the site extends to 0.89 of an acre.

General Remarks & Stipulations

VIEWING - Strictly by appointment through Northallerton Estate Agency Tel: 01609 771959.

SERVICES Mains water, electricity. Solid fuel heating. Mains drainage.

TENURE - Freehold with Vacant Possession upon completion.

METHOD OF SALE - By Private Treaty.

LOCAL AUTHORITY - Hambleton District Council, Civic Centre, Stone Cross, Northallerton Tel: 01609 779977.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01609 258048

Northallerton Estate Agency

143 High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire

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