Price guide £350,000 Sold Subject to Contract

Newton-On-Rawcliffe, Pickering

4 4 5

A surprisingly spacious character cottage with an adjoining annexe overlooking the village green



- Main Cottage -

Entrance

Sitting Room

Dining Room

Kitchen

Utility/Boot Room

Shower Room

Sun Room

Three Double Bedrooms

(All 3 En Suite)

- Attached Annexe -

Entrance Hall

Shower Room

Living Kitchen

Double Bedroom

Part uPVC Glazing

Solid Fuel Heating

Outbuildings

Rear Patio garden

EPC Rating D

Swan Cottage is a stone terrace property thought to date back to 1815. It stands with views over the green, next door to the pub and as such is located at the very heart of this endearing village. The cottage itself has a wealth of history behind it having been the village shop and post office; the little red post box in its front wall still reminding us of its past. Over the years the cottage has been extended and latterly used as a Bed & Breakfast, boasting 3 en suite double bedrooms. The cottage also has an additional self contained one bedroom annexe that the current owners have utilised as a holiday let, although could just as well serve an extended family as a "Granny Annexe".

The accommodation has two front reception rooms, a spacious kitchen with a separate utility/boot room and ground floor shower room. There is also a sun room overlooking the rear courtyard garden. Upstairs in the main cottage there are 3 good sized double bedrooms all with en suite facilities. Accessed independently from Swan Cottage, the annexe has a small shower room off an entrance hall and stairs up to a living kitchen and adjoining double bedroom. This living accommodation is positioned over some additional outbuildings; offering potential to extend the annexe subject to planning consent. Vehicular access is from the rear across the back of the pub where there are options for private parking.

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, electricity and drainage are connected. Telephone connection subject to the usual British Telecom regulations. Solid fuel central heating. Part Double Glazing.

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

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

Viewing Arrangements: Strictly by prior appointment through the Agents Messrs Rounthwaite & Woodhead, Market Place, Pickering, YO18 7AA. Tel: 01751 4872800.

Directions: Travelling into Newton upon Rawcliffe from Pickering continue up the main street. Swan Cottage is on the right hand side, next to the pub and just before the village pond. Postcode: YO18 8QA