Hatkill Lane, Full Sutton, York
£270,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A pretty period cottage, believed to date back to the 1800s, set within this attractive village location, East of York, which offers quick and easy access to the market town of Pocklington, along with good links to the A1079 and A64 dual carriageway.

Sitting at the foot of the Wolds, this well-presented cottage originally formed part of a larger farm dwelling which is believed to have been altered and arranged into two individual residential dwellings in the 1960s.

The property is entered via a striking timber glazed door which in turn opens into an entrance hall with a useful understairs storage cupboard and a staircase leading to the first-floor accommodation. To the left of the entrance hall is a good-sized reception area which is currently presented as a dining room with a timber sash window to the front elevation and a further door leading through into the sitting room.

The sitting room provides a spacious, yet cosy reception room, enjoying exposed beams to the ceiling, feature fireplace, wall mounted lighting and a timber glazed sash window to the front elevation.

To the rear of the ground floor is a dining kitchen which presents a modern range of wall and base fitted units to three sides with integrated appliances to include a Belfast sink, oven and hob with extractor hood over along with plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher. Views to the rear are via two timber glazed windows with further timber French doors found off the dining area. Running alongside the kitchen is a rear hallway with timber door onto a rear patio with a wall mounted recently installed gas central heating boiler.

To the first floor, a central landing gives access into three well-proportioned bedrooms and house bathroom along with access into a partly boarded loft space with pulldown ladder.

All bedrooms are served via a stylish house bathroom which comprises a three-piece suite having a clawfoot freestanding bath, enclosed shower cubicle with shower over, low flush WC, radiator, and towel rail along with a pedestal hand wash basin. The room enjoys half height feature panelled walls with a glazed window to the rear elevation and recess spotlights to the ceiling.

To the outside, the property is well screened by mature hedging to the front elevation with wrought iron gate leading to a path which in turn leads to the front door.

To the rear, a driveway provides off street parking next to a useful outbuilding which is currently being used for storage, however benefits from light and power, along with potential to be used for additional accommodation, home office or studio subject to the appropriate consents.

Immediately to the rear of the kitchen is a raised decked area which thereafter leads to a good-sized garden with artificial laid lawn, shaped borders, and a further paved patio, ideal for the warmer summer months.

It is therefore as agents we highly recommend an internal inspection to appreciate this period accommodation which is sure to appeal to a range of buyers including young and mature professionals as well as families.

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage with LPG heating

EPC Rating: TBC

Council Tax: East Riding of Yorkshire Band D

Viewings: Strictly via the selling agent 01904 625533

01904 863166

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