East End, Sheriff Hutton (Ref10977721)
- Ref: 10977721
- Type: Terraced House
- Availability: Sold STC
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Reception Rooms: 1
SYTLE – Period Cottage
HIGHLIGHTS – Lovely Village. Attached Outbuilding/Home Office
THREE WORDS – First Time Buyer
Didcot enjoys an elevated position set in a delightful setting overlooking the church. It is a charming blend of country and period style.
mid terrace property is a super for a first-time buyer to set up home, a bolt hole for weekend getaways or for an investor. Situated in a the highly sought-after village of Sheriff Hutton surrounded by beautiful countryside yet close to the city of York, it offers the best of both worlds!
The accommodation provides a cosy sitting room, breakfast kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom. There are two useful outbuildings that have been cleverly connected to the home creating a super home office and wc.
Outside is a paved terrace, ideal for alfresco dining.
What’s not to love!
Open your front door, welcome home! The entrance lobby has been cleverly designed connecting the house to the outbuildings creating a useful room which makes a super home office (with power) and separate wc.
Continue to the kitchen with floor and wall mounted cupboards and drawers and complimenting work surface. There is an electric oven, along with space for a fridge and plumbing for washing machine.
Head through to the sitting room, the beamed ceiling and exposed brick fireplace gives character and makes it wonderfully cosy. Patio doors open onto the terrace and looks over the church. WE can imagine entertaining with friends and family or simply relaxing watching a movie on a wintery night.
Take the staircase where you will find a generous double bedroom bathed in natural light by the window with pretty church views. The cast iron fireplace is a charming feature, and there are useful fitted wardrobes. The bathroom has a retro vibe with pink suite.
The terrace looks onto the church grounds and is perfect for alfresco dining with friends or relaxing after a busy week with a chilled G & T!
Is it oil fired? Any double glazing?
Local Life in Sheriff Hutton
Situated on the edge of The Howardian Hills, Sheriff Hutton is a quintessential Yorkshire village offering idyllic living where neighbours are warm and welcoming and there is always something happening on the doorstep.
Steeped in history, the 14th Century castle built by John Neville later became home to the infamous Richard III. Today the spectacular ruins are the focal point of the village.
A hop skip and a jump away the Highwayman Inn where you will be greeted with a warm welcome, fine food, great beers and wine. Likewise, the Castleman Inn is well worth a visit.
Quarmbys deli is at the heart of the village, I can highly recommend the latte and the food is fantastic.
The village also offers a village store, post office and a wine shop! There is a highly regarded Primary School. The village hall hosts numerous clubs and activities, including preschool toddle group, badminton, bowls and other sporting activities.
Sheriff Hutton has excellent transport links, close to the A64 as well as the A19 between York and Thirsk. There is a regular bus service going to York city centre and Monks Cross. Strensall is 4 miles away where there are many amenities, Tesco Extra, Chemist, Butchers and many more. For those wanting superstores, Monks Cross is close by.
Sheriff Hutton is surrounded by beautiful countryside but close to the city, the best of both worlds. We think it is a pretty great place to live