£239,500 Sold Subject to Contract

Westgate, Pickering

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Inner Hall

Kitchen

Cloakroom

2 Loft Rooms

Grade II Listed

Sitting Room

Study

2 Double Bedrooms

Gas Central Heating

South Facing Garden

Dining Room

Utility Room

Bathroom

Original Features

Close to Town Centre

Pickering is a thriving market town found at the foot of the North York Moors National Park, along the A170 Thirsk to Scarborough Road. As a result there are excellent links to the East Coast and City of York where the Intercity train service runs from London to Edinburgh. Pickering has a good range of shops, a Monday street market, reputable schools for all ages and amenities that include doctors surgery, dental clinics and library.

No.10 is Grade II listed character filled cottage of traditional stone and pantile construction. The property has been sympathetically renovated and extended in order to retain a wealth of original features. The living accommodation is arranged over two floors with an additional fully boarded attic offering great potential for conversion (subject to the necessary consents). At ground floor level this double fronted cottage has a centrally placed front door that opens onto an entrance hall with a quarry tiled floor. This links the two front reception rooms; a cosy sitting room with open fire and a spacious dining room with a wood burning stove. Both rooms have low window sills/seats and original wood panelling. To the rear of the cottage is a room currently used as a study but offering potential to increase the size of the sitting room. There has been an extension to the rear of the property that houses a well equipped kitchen, with a vaulted ceiling, that overlooks the garden and has an additional separate utility and cloakroom. On the first floor are two generous double bedrooms and a house bathroom all linked by a light and spacious landing with south facing window. A closed stairwell leads up to the loft room.

To the rear there is a secure South facing garden with a wealth of mature shrubs, established flower beds and a useful timber framed shed. The secluded, and majority walled, garden is largely down to paving making it ideal for outside dining.