Cherry Tree Avenue, Newton On Ouse, York, YO30 2BN
£799,950 Guide PriceFor Sale
A superb, RECENTLY RENOVATED, TRADITIONAL 19th CENTURY VILLAGE SCHOOL now offering EXCELLENT CONTEMPORARY LIVING, set within manicured gardens in the desirable village of Newton on Ouse.
This exceptional property has been purposely designed to offer exemplary contemporary living, yet retains all of its original architectural charm. The character is further enhanced by the beautiful ecclesiastical style mullioned windows. The ground floor features oak flooring throughout showcasing the superb open plan kitchen, dining and living room with original beams and high pitched ceiling. The bespoke kitchen area is fitted with an impressive range of modern units incorporating an integral double oven, fridge freezer, induction hob and dishwasher. To the side is a superb, functional, utility area. In addition, the main hall benefits from underfloor heating throughout.
An L-shaped hallway giving access to a downstairs cloakroom and rear lobby off which is a double bedroom with en-suite shower room.
To the first floor are two double bedrooms, both with en-suite shower rooms and the house bathroom. A second staircase continues up to the second floor where there is a master suite with fitted cupboards, a dressing room and en-suite shower room. Two of the bedrooms, on the first and second floors, are extended out over part of the main living area with large picture windows borrowing light from the magnificent full height end window.
A garden area surrounds the property on three sides and has been impressively landscaped with paving and lawned areas whilst a large gravel area provides parking for two vehicles.
Newton on Ouse offers good local facilities yet lies equidistant between Easingwold and York with local train services available 4 miles away in Upper Poppleton.
HISTORY OF THE OLD SCHOOL
The Old School is a Grade II listed building commissioned by the Dawney family, the owners of nearby Benningborough Hall. It was designed by celebrated York architect George Townsend Andrews, the architect behind many notable York buildings including York Railway Station. Completed in 1857 it sits at the heart of the Newton upon Ouse village as one of a core of listed buildings commissioned by the Dawney family including St Anne’s Church, The Dawney Arms and three 18th and 19th century dwelling houses. Upon closure as a school in the 1970’s the building was used as a photographic studio before being purchased by the current owners and converted into a stunning and unique family home.
All viewing is strictly by prior appointment with the sole selling agents, Hudson Moody. Please contact our offices at 58, Micklegate, York, YO1 6LF. Telephone (01904) 650 650.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
All fixtures and fittings are specifically excluded from the sale unless they are mentioned in the particulars of sale.
Situated in the desirable village of Newton on Ouse, the property offers easy access to local services and is within easy reach of York and Easingwold.
Main supplies of water, electricity and drainage.
LOCAL AUTHORITY YORK
Hambleton District Council, Civic Centre, Stone Cross, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL6 2UU, Tel (01609) 779977.
Before contacting a Building Society, Bank or Solicitor you should make your offer to the office dealing with the sale, as any delay may result in the sale being agreed to another purchaser, thus incurring unnecessary costs. Under the Estate Agency Act 1991, you will be required to provide us with financial information in order to verify your position, before we can recommend your offer to the vendor. We will also require proof of identification in order to adhere to Money Laundering Regulations.
"A superb, recently renovated, traditional 19th century village school now offering excellent contemporary living"