Property Overview

Main Street, Skirpenbeck, York YO41 £650,000

4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms


A substantial period barn conversion sat within generous surrounding gardens, offering ideal family living accommodation in this much sought after village location.

Accommodation - An ideal opportunity for young and mature families to acquire this period barn conversion which has been immaculately maintained and boasts a wealth of original period features.

The property enjoys a stunning open rear aspect towards the Wolds and is set within mature gardens creating the ideal family environment.

Internally the property is entered at the front which leads to a spacious dining room and reception hall with exposed beam ceiling, oak flooring and staircase leading to the first floor accommodation. The dining room includes a radiator and thermostatic control panel.

Crucially there is a downstairs cloakroom having a low flush w/c and bracketed wash hand basin in addition to a single radiator.

The principal reception room is a superb lounge having a stunning Inglenook fireplace with solid fuel burning cast iron stove set on a stone hearth. The lounge includes a television aerial point and features an exposed beam ceiling, oak flooring and twin arched double glazed windows to the front elevation.

The property enjoys a spacious breakfast kitchen having a range of built in base units with granite worktops and inset stainless steel sink unit. There is an additional range of matching high level storage cupboards with granite splashbacks. Included within the sale is a floor mounted 5-point Mercury Range cooker with brushed stainless steel extractor canopy. There is an integrated Bosch automatic dishwasher and recess providing space for a freestanding fridge freezer unit. There is a central serving island with granite breakfast bar in addition to tile flooring and a radiator.

Situated off the kitchen is the utility room having a fitted worktop with stainless steel sink unit and low level storage cupboards. The utility room also has plumbing for an automatic washing machine and tile flooring.

To the first floor are four bedrooms serviced from the landing which has a feature exposed beam ceiling.

The master bedroom has dual aspect casement windows in addition to a stripped pine flooring and feature exposed beam ceiling. The room offers an elevated open side and rear aspect.

There is an en-suite shower room having a low flush w/c, pedestal wash hand basin and walk in corner shower cubicle with tile splashbacks. The en-suite also includes a shaving socket and radiator.

Bedrooms 2 and 3 are spacious double rooms which each being complimented by radiators, an exposed beam ceiling and stripped pine flooring.

Bedroom 4 is currently used as a working study with radiator, stripped pine flooring and built in over stairs cupboard.

The internal accommodation is completed by a house bathroom which has a low flush w/c, pedestal wash hand basin and inset bath with wall mounted shower attachment and tile splashbacks. There is an extractor fan, radiator, shaving socket and Velux roof light.

The first floor accommodation encompasses all the features of a period barn conversion with vaulted ceilings and period features.

To The Outside - The property is set back from the Main Street of Skirpenbeck being accessed via a private block paved driveway through a pillared entrance onto a front hardstanding which provides off street parking for numerous motor vehicles and which in turn gives access to a detached double garage being of brick and tile construction with twin up and over garage doors, electric light and power.

Adjoining the gravelled front hardstanding is a shaped lawned garden with mature fruit trees and surrounding walled boundaries.

Running full width across the front elevation is a flagged pathway which steps out onto a further lawned front garden with herbaceous side borders.

Thereafter the front garden opens out onto a private side garden which is extensively laid to lawn and again has surrounding fenced boundaries with a superb open rear aspect.

Finally, there is a secluded rear garden with patio which provides ample space for freestanding garden furniture. The patio is south facing in nature with walled and fenced boundaries making the patio secluded and private.

Skirpenbeck itself is a popular village which offers quick and easy access to Stamford Bridge as well as transport links to Hull, York and Leeds.

The property itself offers a very rare opportunity and an early inspection is strongly recommended to appreciate the true quality of the accommodation on offer.

Main Street The Bails York YO41 1HF

Property Overview

Main Street, Skirpenbeck, York YO41 £650,000

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