Hambleton Way, Easingwold (Ref9999291)
- Ref: 9999291
- Availability: Sold STC
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- Reception Rooms: 2
STYLE – Three bedroomed Home
SETTING – Desirable Location Close to Local Amenities
THREE WORDS – Detached, Generous Plot
A rare and exciting opportunity to purchase this detached home situated in a desirable location close to local amenities. Enjoying a corner plot this property was Individually designed in the 1960’s and has been a happy home and lovingly cared for by one family only. The property is need of modernising and has superb potential to extend (subject to planning). This property is perfect for a growing family or downsizers looking to put their own stamp on a lovely home.
Walking through the entrance door is a hallway with built in cupboard, ideal for coats and jackets. To the right is an open plan lounge/diner with windows to front, side and rear allowing lots of natural light flooding in. There is a chimney breast which could be opened to fit a wood burning stove making it lovely and cosy. There is a door leading to kitchen, with some rejigging this could be opened to create a super open plan dining kitchen fitted with all mod cons. The rear door leads to external porch which has a door to the front of the property, perfectly placed for leaving muddy wellies or unloading the weekly shop. This leads to a wc, and single garage which has a useful electric roller door.
To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a single. There is a bathroom with separate wc.
Outside this lovely home benefits from a wraparound garden.
To the front a single driveway leads to garage. To the side a path leads to entrance door. A low-level brick wall encompasses the tidy lawned garden with mature shrubs and plants. The rear is fenced, there is a delightful rockery, home to well established plants and shrubs which sit above a small pond.
A path leads to a part glazed entrance door, with window to side. Opens into;
Stairs to first floor, built in cupboard, radiator. Door leads to Kitchen and Sitting Room
Sitting Room 14' 0'' x 12' 5'' (4.26m x 3.78m)
Windows to front aspect and side allowing lots of natural light to flood in. Electric fire with tiled hearth and mantle ( there is a chimney breast behind, and could be easily opened to fit a wood burning stove). Coved ceiling, radiator. Archway through to;
Dining Room 9' 10'' x 9' 10'' (2.99m x 2.99m)
Window to side and rear aspect, coved ceiling, radiator. Door leads to;
Kitchen 9' 10'' x 8' 11'' (2.99m x 2.72m)
A range of floor and base units with preparation work surface over. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Space for cooker and fridge. Pantry with shelves. Door leads to;
Enclosed walkway with door to front and rear. With WC and storage cupboard. Door leads to;
Electric roller door. Window to rear. With power.
First Floor Landing
Window to side aspect, airing cupboard with shelves. Access to loft.
Bedroom One 11' 8'' x 10' 11'' (3.55m x 3.32m)
Window overlooking the front aspect and side, fitted wardrobe, radiator.
Bedroom Two 9' 10'' x 9' 10'' (2.99m x 2.99m)
Window to rear and side aspect. Fitted cupboards, radiator.
Bedroom Three 8' 7'' x 7' 11'' (2.61m x 2.41m)
Window to front aspect, cupboard, radiator.
Panelled bath with shower over and pedestal wash hand basin, window to rear.
Low level wc, window to rear.
The property enjoys a corner plot and benefits a wraparound garden.
To the front a single driveway leads to garage. To the side a path leads to entrance door. A low-level brick wall encompasses the tidy lawned garden with mature shrubs and plants. The rear is fenced, there is a delightful rockery, home to well established plants and shrubs which sit above a small pond. A path continues around the house.
Double glazing, gas central heating, electricity and mains drainage
Entering Easingwold from York Road drive past the school and take the first left. The property can be identified by the For Sale board
Local life in Easingwold
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!