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No onward chain EPC C
A beautifully presented two bedroom cottage in the heart of this historic market town, original beamed ceilings, low maintenance garden and extra large garage.
The property is separated from the road by a brick wall offering a degree of privacy to the courtyard garden beyond. A flagstone “stepping stone” path leads past the decking to the front door, with mature shrubs and plants to the left adding a splash of colour. Of sure to be of interest to any buyer is the adjacent garage which offers approximately 470ft2 (44m2) of storage.
The front door opens onto a reception hall with under floor heating. A door to the kitchen and living room to the left and stairs to the first floor in front.
The open plan kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with complimenting work surface and inset Belfast sink helping to create the cottage feel. A breakfast bar and step up separate the kitchen from the lounge. This spacious living area feature two double glazed windows to the front of the property, beams to the ceiling as well as feature electric fire, modern radiator and under floor heating.
The stairs rise to the first floor landing with Velux style roof window and original oak beam.
There are two double bedrooms both with double glazed windows to the front aspect, central heating radiator and original beams.
The bathroom features a modern white suite with shower over the bath and glass shower screen. Travertine tiles to the floor and walls, and chrome ladder style radiator. Double glazed window to the front aspect and under floor heating.
The property enjoys a C rating on its EPC with some loft insulation, double glazing and a programmable electric-fired central heating system with separate thermostat and individual controls on all radiators. Low-energy lighting has also been fitted in the majority of fixed points.
Located within easy reach of the A1 (M), the house is ideal for commuting to Leeds or York, is within a 20-minute drive of the North York Moors National Park and close to good schools.
The property is tucked away just off the high street in the centre of Boroughbridge and within a short walk of Boroughbridge High School, rated “good” at its last Ofsted inspection in 2016. Boroughbridge Primary School – also rated “good” in 2017 – is also close by on York Road.
Other local amenities include a Morrison’s superstore with atm and filling station just a few hundred metres from Hunters Row, while shops in the town centre include a post office, hairdressers, cafes, pubs and restaurants, a butchers, a green grocers, a newsagent and a good selection of small independent businesses. The town is served by its own medical centre while, for those who enjoy the great outdoors, there are pleasant walks along the River Ure.
The proximity of the A1 (M) means both Leeds city centre and Leeds Bradford International Airport can be reached in approximately 40 minutes by car while York is just over 30 minutes away - from where trains on the East Coast mainline can be in London in just over two hours.
Living room: 14’ 7” (4.45m) x 12’ 11” (3.93m)
Kitchen: 13’ 3” (4. 45m) x 8’ 10” (2.68m)
Bedroom 1: 13’ 0” (3.96m) x 9’ 5” (2.86m)
Bedroom 2: 10’ 7” (3.23m) x 10’ 4” (3.16m)
Bathroom: 10’ 0” (3.06m) x 6’ 0” (1.82m)
A fine example of a sympathetically restored barn conversion revealing imaginatively planned two bedroom accommodation with contemporary interior and located within a few minutes walk of the town centre.
Entrance Hall:Approached through a glazed and panelled front door, tiled floor covering, carpeted staircase to the first floor, small square window at the foot of the stairs, recessed ceiling spot lights, ceiling mounted spotlights, coat hooks, underfloor heating.
Open Plan Living Space.
Sitting Room:With window to the front elevation, window seat and storage, wall point for a mounted plasma TV, wall mounted vertical radiator, TV point, four wall lights, exposed beams, step down leading to:
Kitchen Area:unit divides the kitchen and the sitting room areas, glazed belfast sink unit which is set in a wooden work surface, range of base units with leather handles to the cupboards and drawers with wooden work tops over, retractable border units either side of the stainless steel electric cooker, four ring induction hob with splash back tiling and extractor hood over, wood parquet flooring, wine racking, recessed ceiling spot lights.
Landing:With exposed timbers, velux roof light, high pitched ceilings, pendant light over the stair well, (Fitting not included in sale) telephone point.
Bedroom One:With a front window, exposed timbers and hih pitched ceiling, radiator.
Bedroom Two:With a window to the front, high pitched ceiling and exposed timbers, radiator.
Bathroom:Fitted with a contempory white suite to comprise; a panelled bath with a wall mounted mains shower over with a pencil head attachment, shower screen, wash hand basin set on a beech wood wash stand with tiling over, low level w.c, tiled floor, ladder radiator/towel rail, high pitched ceiling, airing cupboard, front window, up lights in the floor around the bath.
Large Double Garage:having an electronically operated up and over door, power, light and water fitted, plumbing point for a washing machine, stainless steel sink unit, electric central heating boiler operating on an economy 10 tariff, mains pressure hot water cylinder.
Garden:A walled forecourt garden compliments the property with colourful borders and pathway which winds to the front door.