This is a charming terraced three-bedroom house full of attractive period features. It is located in the sought-after village of Newton on Ouse which is approximately nine miles from York. The village offers a range of activities for young and old and is within easy walking distance of Beningborough Hall, a farm shop and beautiful river walks.
The main access to the property is via the attractive front garden bordered by mature hedges and a pretty lawned garden with flower borders.
Once inside, the elegant sitting room is situated off the hallway.
3.96m x 3.78m
The sitting room has an attractive fireplace with original surround, a slate hearth and a wood burning stove. It has two spacious integrated cupboards flanking the fire-place and a radiator beneath the sash window. There are elaborate cornices, wooden floors and a ceiling rose.
4.95m x 4.19m
To the rear of the property is an attractive dining room with more period features, an oak floor, radiator and a large focal fireplace with wood burning stove, this room should be viewed to be appreciated. There is a large sash window which looks out onto the garden at the rear.
3.89m x 1.83m
Leading from the dining room is the galley style kitchen with a modern gas boiler. It has a tiled floor and space for a fridge with in-built cupboards above the work tops. There is an integral gas hob and electric oven, dual sink with mixer tap and radiator. A door leads from the kitchen to the back garden.
4.50m x 1.75m
On from the kitchen, is a large utility room with toilet and hand basin. Beneath the work top there is space for dish-washer, washing machine, separate clothes dryer and fridge freezer.
4.60m x 3.96m
The stairs from the hallway lead to the first floor accommodating the main bedroom. This is a well-proportioned room with original fireplace, sash windows and bespoke wardrobes.
4.19m x 2.72m
A further bedroom is located off the landing and overlooks the private rear garden. It has a period fireplace, radiator and sash window.
3.05m x 2.13m
A beautiful family size bathroom with a large roll top cast iron bath with ornate hand-held shower attachment. The bathroom has stylish blue and white tiles and a large shower. In addition, there is a Victorian style toilet and washbasin. There are heated towels rails and underfloor heating beneath the tiled floor. A sash window overlooks the back garden.
4.98m max x 7.32m max
The stairs continue to the third, exceptionally large bedroom which is light and spacious with a vaulted ceiling. It has extensive storage cupboards within the eaves and a wooden floor. A window seat with storage space underneath displays the view of the garden and neighbouring countryside through the sash window. A large Dormer window opens to the countryside river view at the front of the property. There is potential to divide this room into two bedrooms or to add an en suite bathroom.
This mid-Victorian character property is situated on a leafy cherry tree lined avenue with street parking to the front of the property with a drive and garage to the rear.
The attractive rear garden is bordered by hedging and fences. It has a lawned area, mature shrubs and fruit trees, an original feature working water pump with a large underground storage tank plus an outside tap. This garden provides a safe enclosed area for children with a large wooden gate adjoining the garage.
6.50m x 3.89m
The garden leads to a large garage with storage above. It has an electronically operated roller door to the front and pedestrian door to the rear. It has separate access from Back Lane via a driveway.
- Period Property
- Set Over Three Floors
- Two Reception Rooms
- Galley Style Kitchen Plus Utility Room
- Three Bedrooms
- Lawned Gardens To Front And Rear
- No Forward Chain
- Council Tax Band D