Hambleton Garth, Easingwold (Ref10718742)
- Ref: 10718742
- Type: Detached House
- Availability: For Sale
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
- Reception Rooms: 3
STYLE – Detached Family Home
HIGHLIGHTS – Generous Ground Floor Living & Enclosed South Facing Garden
THREE WORDS – No Onward Chain!
Hambleton Garth is tucked away enjoying a
quiet cul de sac location within close proximity
to the Market Place. It is a charming blend of
traditional and country style. The current owners
have remodelled and extended the property
creating a lovely family home.
Downstairs is super sociable, there is a large
sitting room leading to a light garden room. The
living dining kitchen is the heart of the home
providing an easy flow to the family room. There
is a utility room and cloakroom.
Upstairs are four bedrooms, two ensuites and
family bathroom. The garden is south facing, to
the front there is plenty of off-street parking for
three cars and a single garage. What’s not to
Open the front door into a welcoming hallway.
Head to the right into a generous size sitting
room, the window overlooking the front makes
it wonderfully light and airy. There is plenty of
space for squishy sofas and with a cosy cast iron
gas fire it’s ideal for snuggling on a wintery
night watching a movie.
Sliding patio doors lead into the garden room
looking out over the south facing garden,
perfect for sitting and relaxing with a good
The Heart of the Home
The living dining kitchen, this is undoubtedly
the heart if this home. It has been thoughtfully
remodelled providing a sociable space for the
whole family or entertaining friends. The kitchen
is fitted with floor and wall mounted cupboards and drawers which perfectly complement the smart work surface. The Rangemaster is ideal
for the master chef to rustle up a culinary feast,
also fitted with a dishwasher and space for an
American style fridge. The breakfast bar is a
super addition, great for a quick bite or a catch
up over coffee. There is space for a family
dining table and also a comfy sofa. Head
through to the family room, this versatile room
makes a great playroom or teenage snug.
The utility is useful with plumbing for washing
machine, and plenty of additional storage for
household bits and bobs. There is also a ground
Take the stairs to the first floor where you will
find four bedrooms. The Master bedroom has
fitted wardrobes and a shower ensuite. The
second double is an ideal guest bedroom or teenage hideaway with ensuite. There is a further double and a generous single. The
family bathroom has a bath and shower.
The rear south facing garden is accessed
through the conservatory or the door off the
kitchen providing a wonderful space for alfresco
We can imagine sunny BBQs with friends and
family or simply relaxing watching the sun go
down with a chilled glass of Pinot!
Predominately paved with a shaped lawned
garden and generous raised beds with a
plethora of flowering plants and shrubs, a
haven for keen gardeners to get their green
fingers on! There are also two sheds.
A path with gate leads to the front. The front
has a block paved driveway with enough room for three cars, there is a neat garden to the side.
The single garage has power and lighting. There
is an external double electrical socket at the
front of the house for EV car charging or similar.
Gas Central Heating (Zoned central heating, split in to three areas) Mains Drainage.
Leave the Market Place turning left on to Long Street. At the mini roundabout take the second exit on to York Road, and the first right on to Hambleton Way. Proceed to the end of the road, the house is situated on the left-hand side and can be identified by the For Sale Board (would you like on?).
Local Life in Easingwold
Easingwold is one of North Yorkshire’s 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
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!