Back Lane, Easingwold (Ref10468034)
- Ref: 10468034
- Availability: Sold STC
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Reception Rooms: 2
Three Bedroom Detached Home in Superb Location Close to The Market Place
Ashfield enjoys a super position on Back Lane, a stones throw away from the Market Place, it is a charming blend of traditional and country style.
This traditional 1950’s detached property has been tastefully extended creating a super dining kitchen with French doors overlooking the garden and Easingwold’s Cricket ground, perfect for keen sports lovers! The sitting room is a generous size, and there are two further reception rooms. There are two double bedrooms and a single.
Outside is a pretty well-loved garden, with fruit trees and bushes, well stocked mature flowering plants and perennials. To the side is a good-sized garage with plenty of storage.
The front is enclosed with lawned garden and private parking.
Gas Central Heating, UPVC Double Glazing, Mains Drainage.
Leave the Market Place turning left on to Tylers Walk. Turn left on to Back Lane, the house is on the right hand side and can be identified by the for sale board.
Local Life in Alne
Easingwold Is one of North Yorkshires hidden gems. The traditional cobbled market square encompassed by beautiful Georgian architecture and pretty green exudes so much character, charm and warmth. It really is a picture-perfect town.
If that isn’t enough, Easingwold offers a fabulous array of amenities, from independent shops to cater for every need, and along with the weekly Friday open air market, schools and recreational facilities, it really does have it all.
To name but a few, enjoy a latte at The Curious Table, a light lunch at The Olive Branch and Dinner at The George! There are gift and clothing boutiques for that special present, flower shop, galleries, a butcher, a baker, everything except a candle stick maker!
Situated at the edge of the Howardian Hills you are a stone’s throw away from beautiful scenery and woodland walks.
There are excellent transport links to the A19 and A1. A regular bus service, and with York Station less than half an hour away running regular train to King Cross, you could be in London within two hours.
We think it’s the perfect place to live!