Simply stunning 1900s character property - recently undergone A programme of extension & upgrading - many original features - impressive living kitchen/dining centrepiece to the house- al fresco dining & entertaining patio - south easterly facing garden - viewing not to be missed
Dating back to 1901 Eythorne House has undergone a programme of extension and upgrading by the current owners to provide an eclectic mix of modern living whilst offering the charm and character of this period home. With plans also in place for further extension into the loft space to provide an additional bedroom and bathroom, this is sure to appeal to many a discerning buyer.
This vibrant market town offers a vast array of amenities including supermarkets, various coffee shops and restaurants, Arts Centre with cinema, Francis Scaife leisure centre, doctors surgery with pharmacy and an excellent choice of local primary and secondary schools. Pocklington is also popular amongst commuters due to its proximity to York, Leeds and Hull via major road networks including A1079, A64, A1/M1 and the M62. There is also a regular bus service running half hourly between York and Hull in addition to the mainline railway stations in Howden, Brough and York.
The simply stunning family home is approached via an enclosed courtyard to the front with side access leading via a gate, into the rear garden. The original front door opens into an entrance porch which in turn leads into the hallway with stairs to the first floor landing and doors to: The lounge fitted with an open fire enclosed within a stylish fireplace, front bay window fitted with white plantation shutters; and an open planing dining area with downstairs cloakroom off and an opening to the reveal the centrepiece to the house - a striking bespoke fitted hand painted kitchen, fitted with a range of modern base and wall units with grantite worktops plus central island incorporating a double underslung Belfast style sink with elegant mixer tap over. Integral appliances include: Rangemaster electric oven with gas hob and chimney style extractor over, wine cooler and dishwasher, plus utility cupboard providing plumbing and housing for a washing maching & tumble dryer. To the rear is a further living/seating area with an eye catching full width black framed feature widow with central doors opening onto the outdoor entertaining area.
To the first floor is a split level landing leading to the three bedrooms with bedroom one benefitting from two double wardrobes fitted into the alcoves, and all fitted with plantation shutters, plus house bathroom offering a white Victorian style suite comprising high level flush WC, hand basin & roll top bath with separate shower cubicle housing a mains powered shower.
Externally the style continues from the kitchen onto a spectacular patio, featuring mood lighting and white rendered borders, where outdoor living and al fresco dining really is at its best. A south easterly facing lawned garden offers far reaching views over the local church tower and features an impressive covered pergola, external home office/garden room and off road parking for 2 vehicles via wooden gates to the bottom of the garden and accessed via Victoria Road.
The property also benefits from UPVC double glazing and gas fired central heating system.
Rare to the market this really is a property not to be missed! Contact Hunters now on to arrange your viewing.
Tenure Type; Freehold
Council Tax Banding; C
EPC Rating; D