4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Main Street, Thornton Le Moor, Northallerton


Key Features

Property description

Avocet is a beautifully presented 3 bedroom detached house, with an additional detached one bedroom bungalow. The house retains many original features with open fires and exposed beams. A very private house with an abundance of natural light and a truly amazing garden. Set in a generous plot extending to 0.8 of an acre with a double garage and outbuildings. The property offers excellent potential for extended family living.

Situated in the delightful village of Thornton Le Moor, which has a vibrant village community and nearby primary school with outstanding Ofsted report. The village has excellent road links both North and South and is a short drive to the market towns of Northallerton and Thirsk offering a direct train service to London Kings Cross.

Enter into kitchen/garden room with large patios doors onto the garden. The kitchen has windows to the side and rear, base and wall units with granite work surfaces, a Belfast sink and two 2-oven Aga’s - one an oil fired and one electric with extractor fan. There is also an integral NEFF dishwasher and space and plumbing for an American fridge freezer

A door from the garden room leads to a very generous utility room with base and wall units matching the kitchen, complementing work surfaces, a Belfast sink and Worcester oil powered boiler. An external stable door and window to the rear garden.

A door from the kitchen leads to the dining room/snug with a window to the front, useful under stairs storage. There are exposed beams and an open fire with oak mantle and brick surround and fitted shelving to each side.

The inner hall has a feature circular window and stairs to the first floor. There is access to the sitting room with a window to the front an open fire with oak mantle, shelving to the side, exposed beams and double glazed doors back into the garden room

A study with an external door and window to the front of the property and a downstairs shower room with washbasin, WC and shower cubicle complete the ground floor.

On the first floor landing is a velux window and exposed timbers. There are two generous double bedrooms, both with windows to the front, exposed beams and one with built in wardrobes. The spacious master bedroom has a window to the rear, exposed timbers, full length fitted wardrobes and air conditioning. A door leads to an en suite bathroom with a window to the front, exposed beams, a freestanding bath, washbasin and WC.

The house bathroom is a large light room with a window to the rear, part tiled walls and built in storage. It features a freestanding bath in the centre of room, shower cubicle, washbasin and WC.

The bungalow (classed as an ancillary dwelling) has it’s own terrace. It comprises an entrance hall with windows to the front and built in storage. The spacious lounge dining room has windows to the front and side with patio doors to the terrace. The kitchen offers a range of units in light oak, granite work surfaces, integral Neff dishwasher, fridge freezer, washer dryer, extractor, ceramic hob, oven with warming drawer and a wall mounted oil fired boiler. A large Velux completes the room. There is a large double bedroom fitted with two windows to the front, full-length mirror wardrobes. The bungalow bathroom has a large Velux window, a shower cubicle, washbasin and WC.

Externally the house is accessed via a long private driveway. The large front large garden is mainly lawn with mature shrubs and fruit trees.

To rear is a generous parking and turning area, a double garage with an electric door. A large workshop with power, light and a “gardeners” toilet and washbasin.

The rear garden is an absolute delight and has been lovingly developed by the current owner. The garden is set in stages with a Japanese garden, a bamboo garden, a heather garden, a large orchard under planted with spring flowers with heritage apple trees and plum, pear, damson, cherry, walnut and almond trees; a greenhouse, cold frames and a gated vegetable garden with a number of raised beds, poly tunnels and a plethora of fruit trees. The 0.8-acre plot has a number of seating areas, a vast array of plants providing colour and interest year round, a pond and views across open countryside. It is truly a gardener’s paradise.

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