36 Potter Hill, Pickering, YO18 8AD

A prominent and spacious, detached stone town house with splendid gardens.

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£480,000

Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Drawing Room, Dining Room,
Ground Floor Bathroom, Study, Store Room,
Dining Kitchen, Pantry/Utility Room, Cellar,
Spacious Landing, Family Bathroom, 4 First Floor Bedrooms,
Separate WC, 2 Second Floor Bedrooms,
Private Drive, Ample Parking, Useful Outbuildings,
Large Mature Garden, Gas central Heating

Description

36 Potter Hill is a Grade II listed, detached stone house in the centre of the town. It stands handsomely with its double fronted southerly aspect and behind its private drive gates is a sizeable mature garden with enviable views over towards Pickering Castle. Outside there is also ample parking for a number of vehicles and a range of useful outbuildings. The property itself has undergone a significant program of modernisation and refurbishment over recent years, having had a new roof, central heating boiler, kitchen, bathrooms and some room configuration. The property offers three ground floor reception rooms along with a dining kitchen, study and long pantry/utility. There is a small cellar accessed from the reception hall and to the first floor a further 4 bedrooms, a new bathroom and a landing large enough for a seating area. To the second floor there is a further two double bedrooms with a landing lined with a storage cupboard.

Outside beyond the tarmac parking is a brick based, timber framed garden room or green house. This adjoins a brick and pantile range of buildings that are currently used as a fuel store (12'x5'5") and a garage workshop (25'11" x 12'4"). Up  few steps there is a long garden, down mostly to lawn with weaving footpaths and mature trees and shrubs. There are countless seating areas with spectacular easterly roof top views  over the North York Moors steam train and towards the Castle.

Location: Pickering lies along the A170 Thirsk to Scarborough road and gives easy access to the other neighbouring towns of Helmsley, Malton and to the east coast. The city of York can be reached in under an hour and Malton has a train station with a direct line to the City. Pickering is a popular market town offering a good range of shops, a Monday street market and plenty of amenities including all age ranges of schooling, doctors surgery, nice eateries and the North York Moors National Park within a five minute car journey. 36 Potter Hill is in the catchment area for the OFSTED rated 'Good' Lady Lumleys secondary School and the popular public schools, Ampleforth College, Scarborough College and Terrington Hall School are around half an hours drive away.

General Information

Services: Mains gas, electricity and water are connected. Connection to mains drains. Telephone connection subject to the usual British Telecom regulations. Gas fired central heating.

Council Tax: We are informed by Ryedale District Council that this property falls in band E

Tenure: We are advised by the Vendor that the property is freehold and that vacant possession will be given upon completion.

Note: This property is Grade II listed.

Viewing Arrangements: Strictly by prior appointment through the agents Messrs Rounthwaite and Woodhead, Market Place. Pickering. Telephone: 01751 472800

Directions: Travelling into Pickering along the A170, from an Easterly (Scarborough) direction continue across the roundabout by the Forest and Vale Hotel. At the traffic lights take the right turn and after approximately 100 yards take a left turn by the Steam train station, sign posted Potter Hill. No36 is on the right hand side just past the Beck Isle Museum indicated by a Rounthwaite & Woodhead 'For Sale' board.

Postcode: YO18 8AD