Price guide £495,000 Sold Subject to Contract

Newton-On-Rawcliffe, Pickering

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A delightful detached property with an annexe and far reaching views over the village and countryside beyond



Entrance

Inner Hall

Sitting Room

Dining Kitchen

Utility Room with Pantry

Rear Porch

Ground Floor Shower

Three Double Bedrooms

House Bathroom

Oil Fired Central Heating

One Bedroom Annexe

Outbuildings

Gym

Workshop

Drive Parking

Gardens

Quern House is a detached stone and Pantile village property that stands proudly at the Northern end of Newton overlooking the village green and duck pond. It is believed to date back to the early 1800's where it is thought to have been two smaller cottages with a piggery and hay loft that were latterly joined into one. Over recent years the current owners have converted and extended part of the adjoining outbuildings to produce some ancillary accommodation. This Annexe (Quern Loft) offers the opportunity to have family live independently, next door or alternatively might be used as an income source for Air bnb.

Inside Quern House there is an entrance that extends to a ground floor shower room and an attractive stone flagged inner hall. There is a sitting room with a log burning stove and French doors that open onto the front garden and that flood the room with light. The kitchen is large enough for a dining table and links with a sizeable utility room and pantry. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a luxurious house bathroom. Quern Loft has its own entrance, opening into a living kitchen and with stairs up to a double bedroom and its own shower room.

Outside the property is surrounded on all sides by garden. The private rear garden is down mostly to lawn with various seating areas and a timber framed summer house. There are also some raised beds and a kitchen garden. There are still some unconverted but equally useful outbuildings, as well as a workshop and a gym.

Location: Newton Upon Rawcliffe is an attractive, quiet village four miles North of the Market town of Pickering. Mentioned in The Domesday Book, Newton is a traditional North Yorkshire village of stone and pantile cottages and farms built round the wide green and duck pond. It has a pleasant pub, church, chapel and playing field with hard court. Lying just inside The North York Moors National Park, the village has many pleasant walks, bridleways and spectacular views over Newtondale. There is a good range of shops, schools and services available in Pickering and from here there are excellent road links to the East Coast and The City of York. There is a train station at the nearby town of Malton that runs to York and the Intercity service beyond.

Services: Mains water and electricity are connected. Connection to mains drains. Oil fired central heating

Council Tax: We are informed by Ryedale District Council that Quern House falls into band F

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

Directions: On approaching Newton from the Pickering direction Quern House can be found at the top end of the village, overlooking the duck pond. Postcode (YO18 8QA)

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