Dalton, Thirsk

£525,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A fabulous 3 bedroom detached bungalow in round 1.10 acres with a fascinating history believed to have been being originally built in the early 1940 s as an officers mess to RAF Dalton (which was a full A class WW2 bomber station between 1941-1945) and more recently as an idyllic haven to 4 pet alpacas and a herd of pygmy goats *VIRTUAL VIEWING AVAILABLE TO WATCH NOW!*

A fabulous 3 bedroom detached bungalow located on the fringes of Dalton set within glorious grounds of around 1.10 acres. This property also comes with a fascinating history believed to have been originally built in the early 1940 s as an officers mess to RAF Dalton (which was a full A class WW2 bomber station between 1941-1945) and more recently as a haven to 4 pet alpacas and a herd of pygmy goats. The bungalow itself provides 2 formal reception rooms, and a stunning garden room, galley style kitchen, 3 bedrooms and a stylish bathroom complemented by extensive parking, 688 sq ft of garage/workshop space and a wildlife pond with bird hide.

An L-shaped reception hall leads off to a formal dining room and a sitting room with open fire and access into a stunning garden room with exposed beams, 11 6 high vaulted ceiling and access out into the garden. The attractively appointed galley style kitchen features generous storage and integrated fridge and freezer. An inner hallway leads off into 3 bedrooms (all with fitted wardrobes or storage) and a stylishly appointed bathroom.

Other internal features of note include oil fired radiator central heating (new boiler 2020), double glazing and garden views from all 3 reception rooms and the master bedroom.

Externally a sweeping driveway leads up to a generous parking area for several vehicles and access into a single garage/workshop (17 2 x 9 8 ) and an impressive tandem length garage (36 2 x 14 6 ). The glorious south facing gardens and grounds extend to around 1.10 acres, enjoy a high degree of privacy and includes a delightful formal garden area, grassed open paddock, garden stores and an idyllic area of woodland that includes a wildlife pond with bird hide.

We have been informed by the Vendor that all mains services are connected to the property except gas and drainage is by way of a septic tank.

Approaching the village off the A168 turn right (at the sharp left hand bend adjacent to Brockhills Agricultural Services) onto an unadopted lane and continue along for approx. 100 yards before turning left into Larks Edge.

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Stephensons - Easingwold

Market Place, Easingwold, York, North Yorkshire, YO61 3AB

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