Plum Tree Cottage, Sessay, Thirsk, North Yorkshire

£465,000 | SSTC

3 bedroom Semi-detached house Sold STC
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Property Description
Hunters are pleased to bring to market this traditional cottage set in the picturesque village of Sessay. The property offers good sized accommodation throughout, sympathetic renovations have been carried out to create a high standard of finish whilst retaining many original period features. Briefly comprising entrance hall, dining kitchen, sitting room, pantry and WC to ground floor level. To the upper floors are three good sized bedrooms and house bathroom. Externally the cottage offers a courtyard garden with utility room and log store. A further large garden is situated to the rear of the property with parking, garage and carport. The garden is well planted with vegetable and plant beds, lawns, shed and tree house. Viewing is essential to appreciate the position, finish and outlook of the home.

Sessay



Situated approximately 4 miles south-east of Thirsk, Sessay is a small linear village which offers an active community and sought after primary school. The village enjoys easy access to the A19 and local rail links, amenities can be found locally at Thirsk, Topcliffe and Easingwold including GP surgeries, restaurants and supermarkets.

The village hall hosts events most months including comedy nights, sewing clubs and numerous other functions.,Throughout the winter months the bar is opened on Friday evenings and a regular coffee morning held on a Saturday morning.

Sessay offers a peaceful and rural location surrounded by beautiful North Yorkshire Countryside with easy access to road and rail travel together with a high number of nearby local amenities.



Entrance Hall



Accessed via door from the rear court yard, window to the side elevation and wide plank wooden floor.



Cloakroom



With low flush WC and wash hand basin, sliding wooden door, wide plank wooden floor and radiator.



Sitting Room (4.83m x 3.48m)



With exposed beams to ceiling and windows to two elevations, this charming room is centered around an open fireplace with brick hearth and recess set within which contains a wood burning stove. Shelves to recess.



Dining Kitchen (5.59m x 4.22m)



The kitchen area is fitted with a good range of solid wood Grey Shaker style units with complementary quartz worktop over. Belfast sink with swan neck tap, range cooker with stainless steel extractor hood over. Exposed beams and flagged floor, window and door to the front elevation and garden. The dining area has wide wooden planks to the floor and an old cast iron range with surround. Window overlooking the front garden and towards the village cricket pitch, Sutton Bank and the White Horse at Kilburn.



Pantry (2.51m x 1.83m)



Fitted with a good range of shelving and storage this fabulous space is every cook's dream. Stripped wooden floor and small window to the front elevation.



First Floor



Landing



With stairs to the ground and second floors. Useful store cupboard to under-stair space.



Bedroom One (3.99m x 3.48m)



Beams to ceilings and exposed brick work to the ornate fireplace. Window to front elevation with outlook over village cricket field, Sutton Bank, the White Horse at Kilburn and farmland beyond.



Bedroom Two (4.06m x 3.15m)



With ornate fireplace, stripped wooden flooring and painted beam to ceiling. Window to front elevation with outlook over village cricket field, Sutton Bank, The White Horse at Kilburn and farmland beyond.



Bathroom



White suite comprising; wash hand basin, low flush WC, free standing roll-top bath and shower in cubicle. Wooden flooring and beam to ceiling. Window to rear elevation.



Second Floor



Attic Room/Bedroom Three (5.97m x 3.12m)



A versatile space currently used as home office and craft room. Window to the rear elevation with views over farmland. Storage into eaves with space for a double bed.



Courtyard



Walled garden with stone paved and gravelled walkways and seating patio areas. Gated access to the driveway. From the courtyard there is access to the utility, log store and house.



Utility (3.73m x 2.51m)



Brick-built outbuilding with painted floor. Sink and work-surface with plumbing and space for washing machine under. Ample space for boots, coats and storage.



Log Store (3.71m x 1.04m)



Brick-built outbuilding with wooden door.



Carport and Garage



Garage with wooden door opening to the front. Light and power.
The carport offers space for additional parking or an additional garden space.
Parking for several cars on the gravelled area.



Gardens



Large gardens which have been carefully planted to create a beautiful English garden. Mature native trees and hedging to boundaries with vegetable beds and flower borders throughout. To the rear of the garden is a hand built wooden treehouse.



Note



The property has a right of access across the gravel drive to gain entry over to the rear garden, parking and garage.



Material Information
  • Tenure: Freehold


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