Laundry Cottage enjoys an idyllic setting within the much sought-after village of Boltby, a designated Conservation Area on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. This unique, pretty cottage incorporates a Wesleyan Chapel, dating back to circa 1862, and a Blacksmith’s forge. The property boasts three bedrooms and three reception rooms with the flexibility for a self-contained annexe within the ground floor accommodation. The property also benefits from a separate outbuilding with carport, workshop and garden room which overlooks the beautiful enclosed garden to the rear.
Boltby sits approximately six miles to the north east of Thirsk, near the Hambleton Hills and on the edge of the North York Moors. The location provides easy access to walking routes and bridleways and enjoyment of the area's natural beauty. Road links to the east via the A170 access the North York Moors and the coast, York to the south or Middlesbrough to the north are reached via the A19 and links to further afield via the A168/A1. The towns of Thirsk and Northallerton provide access to rail links.
With stable style front door opening into the entrance hall which has a ceramic tiled floor, exposed stone wall, beamed ceiling and central heating radiator.
Wash hand basin on vanity unit, W.C, window to rear, tiled floor and walls.
The kitchen enjoys a pleasant outlook with two windows overlooking the lawned front aspect.
Fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units incorporating the following appliances: stainless steel bowl and a half sink unit with single drainer, electric Hotpoint oven, built-in microwave oven, Belling four ring induction hob, integrated fridge and freezer, pantry cupboard, Bosch Table Top dishwasher and Hotpoint automatic washing machine.
With oak flooring, window to the front elevation, wall and ceiling lights and central heating radiator.
5.31m (17' 5") x 4.42m (14' 6")
With door and window to front aspect, electric stove style fire standing in feature fireplace with quarry tile hearth and brick surround, beamed ceiling, hatch and ladder to loft rooms, central heating radiator and window and stable style door to rear.
Together with the kitchen/utility room and shower room there is potential for this part of the cottage to be used as an independent living space.
3.28m (10' 9") x 1.88m (6' 2")
Fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units which incorporate the following appliances: single bowl and drainer sink with pillar taps, integrated Hotpoint fridge and freezer, automatic tumble dryer, Hotpoint single electric oven, fitted microwave oven, two ring Bosch ceramic hob and Worcester Bosch floor mounted, oil fired, central heating combi boiler.
Walk in shower with glass screen, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc and central heating radiator.
Accessed by a pull down wooden ladder the loft rooms are currently used as office space with two person sauna occupying the second room.
Roof light window with views over the surrounding open countryside, useful storage space.
5.94m (19' 6") x 4.34m (14' 3")
Occupying the original chapel the lounge is a bright and inviting room which opens directly into the enclosed garden. With three sash windows to the side and rear elevation, a further window to the front elevation, glazed door opening to patio area and garden, hand crafted oak staircase with built-in storage cupboards and desk area, oak flooring, coved ceiling, built- in shelving units and central heating radiator.
Split level landing with two roof light windows.
4.32m (14' 2") x 3.30m (10' 10")
With built- in wardrobes and drawers and matching fitted bedhead, window to the front elevation and central heating radiator.
3.38m (11' 1") x 2.74m (9' 0")
Built- in double wardrobe with sliding doors and over head storage, window to the front elevation and central heating radiator.
Fitted with a suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, panelled bath with spa jets, bidet and shower enclosure with glass door. Ceramic tiled walls, useful built- in storage cupboard, central heating radiator and window to front elevation.
3.66m (12' 0") x 2.87m (9' 5")
With exposed beams and roof light window with views over surrounding open country side.
With door to bedroom three, this room offers good storage space.
The front aspect of the property is mainly laid to lawn with mature plant borders, a cobbled entrance and cobbled path leading to the front door and garden.
The property benefits from a number of outbuildings including a store which forms part of the old stable and houses the central heating oil tank, carport of timber construction with paved standing, workshop with window overlooking the enclosed rear garden and a pleasant garden room.
The garden room is set within the original outbuilding and looks out over the enclosed private gardens, with light and power, ceramic tiled floor and two sliding patio doors.
The private rear garden is fully enclosed with brick- built walls, wooden fencing and mature hedging and trees. The garden has been lovingly cared for and landscaped by the current owners. Among many of its features the garden boasts a raised patio with water feature, a raised bed, further patio areas, a wide variety of mature plants and shrubs and a succulent bed.
Council Tax band D