Church Lane, Elvington, York, YO41 4
£425,000 PriceSold (STC)
Christmas Cottage is a charming and individual barn conversion complimented by southwesterly facing gardens and double garaging. Tucked away at the end of a private driveway; the property benefits from a secluded position, a short walk from the centre of this highly regarded village. No Onward Chain.
The barn, converted in the mid 1980's forms part of a small, exclusive courtyard development of 3 properties designed in a horseshoe shape with paved pathway to the main entrance. The property is bathed in natural light incorporating floor to ceiling box windows to both the living room and kitchen. The centrepiece is a lovely 'L' shaped kitchen diner which includes French doors to the garden, which is fitted with a range of units; integral appliances include oven and grill, gas hob with extractor over, Belfast style double sink and washing machine. Internally a welcoming entrance hall with useful coats cupboard provides access to a large living room with log burning stove set on a stone hearth. A ground floor bedroom/study and house shower/cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. Airing cupboard.
To the first floor are two double bedrooms, one with en-suite plus house bathroom.
Externally the both attractive and private 'L' shaped gardens are enclosed by timber fenced boundaries, flanked within by well stocked borders incorporating raised brick encased beds. The garden has a variety of flowering shrub trees plus a cherry, plum, fig and apple tree. The versatile garden office/studio (approx 12ft x 8ft) has electric power. Greenhouse. Timber storage shed. From Church Lane, a meandering gravel drive and archway leads through to the courtyard with double garage plus off street parking for a further vehicle. A timber side gate provides garden access.
In summary: a charming property likely to appeal to a wide variety of buyers.
All viewing is strictly by prior appointment with the sole selling agents, Hudson Moody. Please contact our personal agent Alex McClean. Telephone (01904) 489906.
The village of Elvington lies to the south east of York and is a highly popular commuter village. The village itself has a thriving community including well-regarded primary school; village shop, doctors surgery/health centre and sports club along with a pub and active village hall . This pretty village also lies within the Fulford School catchment. Over the bridge in nearby Sutton upon Derwent is the St Vincent Arms renowned for its quality food and guest beers. Approximate Distances: York Ring Road 4 miles. York City Centre 8 miles. Pocklington 7 miles. Leeds 31 miles. Harrogate 34 miles. Hull 35 miles.
The property is approached via a private gravelled driveway shared with only two neighbouring properties; accessed from Church Lane.
*gas fired central heating boiler (located in the kitchen)
*combination uPVC & wooden double glazed windows
City of York Council, West Offices, Station Rise, York, YO1 6GA. Telephone 01904 551550.
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.