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2 bed Character Property
Undercliffe, Pickering
£235,000

  • arrow icon Beautifully presented 19th century detached cottage
  • arrow icon Beautifully presented sitting room with wood burning stove and window shutters
  • arrow icon Two double bedrooms and fitted house bathroom
  • arrow icon Sits in a lovely elevated position with tiered level low maintenance gardens
  • arrow icon Sought after location overlooking the steam railway in Pickering
  • arrow icon Exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, deep set skirtings and solid oak flooring
  • arrow icon Beautifully presented sitting room with wood burning stove and window shuitters
  • arrow icon NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • arrow icon Flagged sun terrace to the front of the property
  • arrow icon Ideal as a holiday home or main residence

Entrance Hall

Solid wood front door, wood flooring, walk in storage cupboard with further storage cupboards within, dado rail, meter cupboard, loft access and coving to the ceiling.

Sitting Room

14' 0" into bay x 9' 6" (4.27m x 2.90m) Double glazed front aspect sash bay window with original window shutters, wood flooring, feature beams, cast iron feature radiator, with newly installed 'Parkray' wood burning stove with stone surround and hearth, TV point and picture rail. Opening up to:

Kitchen

9' 9" +recess x 12' 2" (2.97m x 3.71m) Double glazed side aspect sash window, range of wall and base units, sink and drainer, electric cooker point, extractor hood, radiator, plumbing for a washer and part tiled walls. Safe set into recess, Travertine flooring and exposed stone opening to the sitting room.

Breakfast Room

10' 6" x 12' 5" (3.20m x 3.78m) Single glazed rear aspect window and latch style door leading to the garden, tiled flooring, radiator and sloping ceiling.

Bedroom One

14' 5" into bay x 9' 8" (4.39m x 2.95m) Double glazed front aspect sash bay window with original window shutters, dado rail, cast iron feature fireplace with a mosaic effect tiled heart and radiator.

Bedroom Two

8' 2" max x 12' 5" (2.49m x 3.78m) Double glazed side aspect sash window, wood flooring, radiator, vaulted ceiling and window seat.

Bathroom

6' 1" x 6' 5" into recess (1.85m x 1.96m) Double glazed opaque side aspect sash window, panel bath with 'Grohe' mixer shower over, pedestal basin, low flush WC, Travertine flooring and walls, extractor fan, airing cupboard with gas boiler and chrome heated towel rail.

Exterior

To the front of the property there is a raised level garden with steps and a flagged Indian stone patio seating area. To the rear is a split level garden with a paved patio at cottage level with steps leading to a gravelled courtyard garden.. There is parking available on Castlegate, behind the property. The garden is low maintenance whilst filled with an array of colourful flowers and shrubs.

Services

Mains connected to water, drainage, gas and electric.

Council Tax Band B

Interior

A cosy sitting room at the front has a sash window with window shutters, exposed beams, oak flooring, open fireplace fitted with a cast iron stove and set in a smooth stone surround with mantle shelf over, picture rail and alcove shelving. A wide, exposed stone archway opens into the kitchen which has a travertine tiled floor, fitted with matching wall and base units with space for appliances. There is a quirky breakfast room which leads to the terraced gardens. There is a stunning second bedroom with a high vaulted ceiling, sash window and cushioned window seat overlooking the side garden. The house bathroom offers a white suite consisting of shower, bath, wash basin and low level WC. With travertine flooring and wall tiling complete the accommodation.

Location

The property is located next to Pickering's popular steam railway and within a stones throw of Pickering's shops and amenities. Pickering Station is a 1930’s themed station that demonstrates the steam era. A highlight of Pickering Station is the magnificent roof structure which was recently re-instated to the same design as the original, built in 1847 by GT Andrews. The station itself is a great place with a traditional railway tea room. The historic market town of Pickering still holds its traditional market every Monday. Around the corner from the NYMR is Beck Isle Museum where you can discover the heritage, history and culture of life in Pickering. The property is also very close to Pickering’s 13th century castle and the Market Place with many great shops and places to eat.

Full Description

This charming stone built detached single storey 19th century cottage is sure to appeal to those seeking a characterful property located on the edge of the popular and well served market town of Pickering. Whether it is a home for owner occupation, a second home or would make a great investment whether for long term letting or for holiday lets. Enjoying an elevated position with easily managed gardens which enjoy seclusion to the rear. Steps lead up from the roadside to the front entrance There is a generous entrance hall with oak flooring and a large walk in store/cloaks cupboard. To the right of the hall is a good double bedroom with a period fireplace and front sash window with original window shutters.

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