West Avenue, Easingwold (Ref10005079)
- Ref: 10005079
- Availability: Sold STC
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- Reception Rooms: 1
- Tenure: Freehold
STYLE – Traditional 1950’s semi detached
SETTING – Within easy walking distance of the Market Place
THREE WORDS – Make Your Own
A rare and exciting opportunity for buyers looking to make a house their own. Built in the 1950’s this property has been a happy home and lovingly cared for by one family only. The property is in need of modernisation and has potential to extend (subject to planning). Enjoying a corner plot this traditional three-bedroom semi-detached house is situated within easy walking distance of the market place.
Entrance door with oval window, window to side. Door leads to;
Walk in under stairs cupboard, radiator, stairs to first floor. Door leads to;
Lounge (17' 11'' x 10' 10'' (5.46m x 3.30m))
Two windows to the front and one to the side allowing lots of natural light to flood in. Chimney breast with feature electric fire, cream surround and wooden mantle over. Radiator and coved ceiling.
Dining Kitchen (14' 11'' x 11' 0'' (4.54m x 3.35m))
A range of floor and wall mounted cupboards with drawers with preparation work surface over. Chimney breast with electric fire. Door to walk in pantry. Window overlooking the rear garden. Door to rear porch.
Enclosed walkway with door to the front and rear garden. WC.
Plumbing for washing machine, base unit with sink. Window to side.
First Floor Landing
Window to side. Access to loft with ladder and power.
Bedroom One (12' 3'' x 10' 8'' (3.73m x 3.25m))
Window overlooking the rear aspect. Built in cupboard x 2, fitted wardrobes. Coved ceiling, radiator.
Bedroom Two (10' 10'' x 9' 5'' (3.30m x 2.87m))
Window overlooking the front aspect. Built in cupboard, Coved ceiling, radiator.
Bedroom Three (7' 11'' x 7' 10'' (2.41m x 2.39m))
Window to front, radiator.
A bathroom suite comprising; panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and wc. Window to rear aspect.
Outside the house is enclosed with mature hedging, wrought iron double gates lead to a paved driveway with space for three cars. There is a low maintenance garden to the front with mature shrubs and plants. To the side raised borders are home to Yukka plants. A path leads to the rear paved garden with raised seating area. There is also a shed.
Double glazing, gas central heating, electricity and mains drainage
Entering Easingwold from York Road take the second exit at the mini roundabout and an immediate left onto Crabmill Lane. Take the second right and it's the first house on the left which 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!