Bridge Street, Helperby (Ref10426274)
- Ref: 10426274
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 1
- Reception Rooms: 2
STYLE – End Terraced Period Property
HIGHLIGHTS – Character, Lovingly Updated with Generous Sized Rooms
THREE WORDS – Space. Garden. Village
6 Bridge Street enjoys an elevated position within a pleasant village setting, it is a charming blend of character and country style. The current owners have lovingly updated this property creating a delightful home with period features and generous sized rooms.
The kitchen was installed a year ago and is a super sociable space.
There are three double bedrooms, large single bedroom and country style bathroom.
Outside the gardens are beautiful, a keen gardeners haven with mature well stocked borders, fruit trees and vegetable garden. There is a handy workshop/man cave and log store. The garage is a large single.
Opening the subtle painted front door there is a welcoming sense you are home! To the right is the sitting room, bathed in natural light from the bay window to the front. Period features include a corniced ceiling, stripped doors and open fireplace, perfect for cosy nights in front of the TV. There is also a large under stairs cupboard.
Continue through to the dining room with plenty of room for a farmhouse table and chairs. There is an open fire with decorative tiled surround and wooden mantle over. Leading from the dining room there is a downstairs wc and useful cloakroom.
The Heart of the Home
The living dining kitchen is undoubtedly the heart of this home. A stylish open plan sociable space is ideal for family time, entertaining or simply chilling out after a long day. The kitchen was newly fitted in 2019 with soft grey cupboards and drawers that complement the granite worksurface. The Rangemaster is the perfect addition for the master chef, and we can imagine Sunday lunches with the family. Fitted with all mod cons and a useful pantry cupboard. Velux windows make it wonderfully light.
Head through to the garden/family room, this space is versatile, an ideal comfy seating area or family room for the little ones. French Doors allows lots of natural light to flood in and opens out to the garden terrace.
The stairs take you to the bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom is a generous size, plenty of room for a king size bed and additional bedroom furniture and has a useful cupboard.
There are two further doubles and large single. The family bathroom has a lovely country vibe, with free standing bath and separate shower cubicle, perfect for relaxing after a hectic day or for the busy morning rush!
There is also a large loft boarded throughout with drop down ladder.
The property enjoys a pleasant garden perfect for keen gardeners. There is a super sun terrace, ideal for alfresco dining. A path and separate steps lead to a pretty lawned garden with an array of well stocked borders, flowering plants and apple tree. Continue along the “steppingstone” path to a further seating area with timber pergola above, we can imagine having a summer BBQ with friends and family. There is a mature vegetable garden, greenhouse and two useful sheds with power. To the front there is a garage with gate leading to the rear.
Oil Fired Central Heating, Mains Drainage, Boiler installed 5 years ago, Double Glazing. All electrics updated with compliance certificates.
Enter the village from Easingwold, take the second right on to Bridge Street. The property is situated on the right-hand side and can be identified by the For Sale Board.
Local Life in Helperby
Thought to have been a Danish settlement, the historic conservation village of Helperby oozes character.
There are plenty of walks for dog walkers, including a number along the rivers Ure and Swale, or take a stroll around the village. There are two pubs, The Oak Tree Inn and The Golden Lion where you will always be greeted with a warm welcome a glass of wine or a pint!
The village offers a doctor’s surgery, church and well-regarded primary school with nursery. There is a mobile post office on a Friday, and super Artisan Bread Van on a Saturday morning. The village hall is active with local societies and exercise classes.
It is well located and readily accessible to York, Boroughbridge and Easingwold. There is easy access to the A1 (M) and A19 making a super for commuters.