Spring Street, Easingwold (Ref10808021)
- Ref: 10808021
- Type: Terraced House
- Availability: Sold STC
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Reception Rooms: 2
STYLE – Delightful Period Cottage
SETTING – A Stones Throw Away From Easingwold Market Place
THREE WORDS – Oodles of Character!
Spring Cottage enjoys a super position a hop, skip and a jump away from the Market Place. It is a charming blend of character and country style.
From the moment you step through the door there is a sense of history, with timber beams, original doors and built-in cupboards.
Downstairs there is a sitting room, breakfast kitchen, garden room and utility/wc.
The first floor has a double bedroom, family bathroom and useful office space. The second floor is dedicated to a generous second double bedroom. Outside is a delightful walled garden with thriving apple trees, gooseberry bushes and raspberries. This is a super property for those buyers looking for a cottage within walking distance of the Market Place, a super bolt hole for a weekend “get a way”, first time buyers or investors.
Open the sage coloured painted door into a cosy sitting room, the sash window to the front allows lots of natural light to flood in. This space is filled with character, the ceiling beam, original door and the built-in cupboard with glazed cupboard door is ideal for displaying your prized possessions. The chimney breast houses an electric wood burning stove set in front of exposed brick and stone hearth, perfect for snuggling on a squishy sofa watching a movie on a wintery evening. The kitchen has a lovely country vibe about it with beamed ceiling. The focus point is the feature cast iron range with open fire and oven sitting on a decorative tiled hearth and wooden mantel. There are painted floor mounted cupboards and useful shelving. There is a useful larder built in cupboard and space for a fridge freezer. There is also space for a breakfast table and chairs making it sociable to chat while the chief cook rustles up supper.
Head through to the garden room with French doors overlooking the walled cottage garden bringing the outside in. This is a super space for those looking for a separate dining area or comfy reading room.
Off here is a useful utility room, handy for storing household bits and bobs, with plumbing for washing machine and wc.
Take the stairs to the first floor where you will find the first double bedroom with views over Spring Street. There are super built-in wardrobes and fitted shelves.
The landing provides an additional space that would make a home office or additional storage.
The house bathroom is fresh with white tiling and wooden timber panelling, the bath has an electric shower over.
The second floor is dedicated to the second bedroom bathed in natural light from two velux windows. Exposed brick and timber trusses give character, this is a super space for a king size or two singles. There is storage in the eaves.
There is a walled cottage style garden, ideal for those green fingered buyers looking to make their own!
With raised beds, flowering plants and fruit trees, along with a paved terrace for alfresco dining or simply relaxing enjoying the sun set with a glass of chilled fizz! There is also a useful store.
Gas Central Heating, Mains Drainage.
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 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 trains to King Cross, you could be in London within two hours.
We think it’s the perfect place to live!