Wesley House is a charming two bedroom detached converted chapel located in the picturesque village of Barton Le Willows. Tastefully decorated throughout by the current owner and also having had a new boiler and re wire. Retaining some lovely features such as cast iron fireplaces, tongue and groove detailing, two multi fuel stoves and country style kitchen. The accommodation consists of a traditional breakfast kitchen, second reception room, sitting room and ground floor bathroom with elegant roll top bath. The first floor has a spacious landing area which is currently used as a study/dressing room area with plenty of built in storage. There are two good size bedrooms, both with feature cast iron fireplaces. The exterior of the property offers a delightful, south facing cottage style walled garden with lawned area and mature shrubs with additional outbuildings. The sought after village location of Barton Le Willows is set within an area of outstanding natural beauty. Positioned between Malton and York this property is ideally located to be able to have the luxury of living in a beautiful, tranquil village whilst still being able to take advance of the local amenities located close by in the popular market town of Malton and the historic city of York.
Entering the property via a glazed door into the breakfast kitchen with double glazed front aspect window which overlooks the garden. There is a range of cottage style wall and base units with beech work tops, white ceramic sink with mixer tap, electric double oven and ceramic hob with extractor fan over. Oil fired central heating boiler, tiled flooring and plumbing for a washing machine. Radiator and stairs leading to the first floor accommodation.
With front aspect double glazed window and French doors opening onto the garden. A feature cast iron multi fuel burning stove is the main focal point set on a stone hearth, telephone point, radiator and solid oak flooring.
With a casement front aspect window, feature cast iron multi fuel burning stove set on a stone hearth, picture rail, television point and two radiators.
Located off the kitchen with double glazed rear aspect window. Free standing roll top bath with power shower over, low flush WC, understairs storage cupboard, heated towel radiator and fully tiled walls.
The landing area is used as a dressing room/study with fitted wardrobes. Fitted storage on the half landing also. Loft access, double glazed rear aspect window.
Two double glazed front aspect windows, cottage style tongue and groove ceiling, period feature corner fireplace and radiator. This room would lend itself well to a small en-suite to one end if desired.
Double glazed rear aspect window, cast iron feature fireplace, tongue and groove ceiling, radiator.
Accessing the property via a gravel pathway through the gate leading into the walled garden, fully enclosed and private, laid mainly to lawn. There are two handy brick garden stores, oil tank, outside tap and security lighting. A lovely private space to entertain. There is plenty of parking on the lane to the front of the access path.
Mains connected to water, drainage and electric. An oil tank in the garden services the oil heating boiler.
Please note: There have been substantial improvements to the property since the EPC was commissioned in 2020. Therefore it would likely result in a higher EPC rating.