£290,000 Sold Subject to Contract

Pool Court, Pickering


An immaculately presented detached bungalow overlooking open farmland

Dining Kitchen

Sitting Room


Three Bedrooms

Shower Room

Gas Central Heating

uPVC Double Glazing

Ample Parking


Private Rear Garden

Quiet Close

EPC Rating C

Pool Court is found to the Southern edge of the town and is believed to have been built by Barratts in the 1970's. This development is made up primarily of detached bungalows with the occasional house. It is an established, quiet close with some mature trees along it and flanked by farmland. This area is popular not only for its peaceful environment but also its proximity to the town's amenities, being just a few minutes walk, on the flat, to the shops, etc...

No.39 is a detached bungalow with a private rear garden, ample drive parking and a detached garage.

Inside, the property has been significantly modernised and refurbished over recent years to offer a high specification fitted kitchen with integrated Bosch white goods and room for a breakfast table. There is a good sized living room that links to a conservatory (currently used as a hobby room) which has recently had a tiled roof installed. The bungalow has two double bedrooms with smart fitted wardrobes and a good sized third single bedroom that might easily become a separate dining room or study. The bathroom has also recently been converted into a stylish shower room.

The property has had new uPVC double glazing, a recently fitted gas central heating boiler and complete rewire over the past few years.

Outside the front garden has been gravelled to offer parking for a number of vehicles and a paved drive to the side of the bungalow extends to a detached garage. The rear garden has been conveniently laid to artificial turf and has the added benefit of field views beyond.

Location: Pickering is an attractive market town situated along the A170, Thirsk to Scarborough road. It is a short drive to the east coast and to the surrounding market towns of Helmsley and Malton. Malton has a train station with regular links to the City of York and Intercity service beyond. Pickering has an active Monday Street market, a good selection of shops, schools for all ages and amenities which include doctors surgery, dentists, vets and library. There are interesting places to visit such as the Beck Isle Farming Museum, Pickering Castle, the North York Moors Steam Railway and the nearby Dalby Forest.

Services: Mains water, electricity and gas are connected. Connection to mains drains. Gas Central Heating. uPVC Double glazing. Telephone connection subject to the usual British Telecom Regulations.

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

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

Directions: Travelling into Pickering along the A169 in a Northerly (from Malton) direction take the first turn on the left after the petrol station; sign posted Recreation Road. Take the immediate left turn onto Mill Lane and the next available left turn on to Millfield Close. Continue for a couple of hundred yards where you can take the next left turn on Pool Court. No.39 is at the end of the close on the left hand side.

Viewing Arrangements: Strictly by prior appointment through the Agents:
Messrs Rounthwaite & Woodhead, Market Place, Pickering. Telephone: 01751 472800/430034