This two bedroom, semi detached property has been upgraded throughout and offers spacious living areas with modern decor, enclosed rear garden and allocated parking with garage.
The property is finished with recently skimmed and painted plaster walls, stripped pine internal doors and upgraded recessed LED lighting throughout.
This home is a pristinely presented and the virtual tour is available to view now.
Chestnut Avenue is located just outside the village of Topcliffe in a secure, gated environment surrounded by North Yorkshire countryside.
The property briefly comprises of:
Entrance Vestibule With wood effect laminate flooring, offering storage for coats and boots as well as access to the living room and the first floor.
Living Room 13' 3\" x 11' 7\" (4.04m x 3.54m) With a large, double glazed UPVC window allowing plenty of natural light, this living area has been re plastered and recently redecorated. The lights have been upgraded to energy efficient, recessed LED spots. Tastefully decorated and with wood effect laminate flooring, offering a contemporary feel. Recessed sockets and cavities allow for the TV to be wall mounted without visible wiring.
Kitchen/Diner 16' 4\" x 9' 2\" (5.00m x 2.80m) This modern kitchen benefits from a range of base and wall units in a high gloss, cream finish with a wood effect vinyl worktop.
A fantastic Belling range cooker with gas hob is fitted beneath the overhead extractor. The kitchen offers ample space for a dining table as well as access to the rear garden.
A useful storage cupboard in the kitchen also houses the Gas Combi boiler which was installed in 2019 and serviced annually.
First Floor The landing offers access to all rooms as well as the loft space which has fantastic head height and development potential.
Bedroom One 13' 6\" x 11' 7\" (4.12m x 3.54m) To the front elevation, this large double room benefits from built in storage with hanging space and has been recently upgraded with painted plaster walls, recessed LED spotlights and additional plug sockets with USB charging points positioned by the bed. The room is carpeted and decorated in a contemporary style.
Bedroom Two 9' 1\" x 8' 9\" (2.77m x 2.68m) To the rear of the property, overlooking the garden, this bedroom benefits from additional storage where the immersion water heater has been removed.
Bathroom 6' 0\" x 5' 11\" (1.85m x 1.82m) The white suite includes toilet, basin and bath with electric shower over. The walls are full tile for low effort maintenance and a large, heated towel rail is plumbed in.
Exterior To the front, the property overlooks the front lawn, with Railway sleeper planters, beyond which is a quiet footpath and the communal greens.
To the rear is the enclosed garden which is part paved in Indian stone and part covered with grey slate for a contemporary, low maintenance space. With power and lighting, this is a perfect garden for entertaining.
There is a monthly charge of £87.59 which covers all communal areas as well as the water and waste charge. The water is on a private supply.
TOPCLIFFE Topcliffe is a quiet village resting on the banks of the River Swale in North Yorkshire, between Thirsk, the famed 'Darrowby' in the popular James Herriot books, and Ripon, 8 miles to the south west.
Situated in the Vale of York it has the beautiful North York Moors to the east and the picturesque Yorkshire Dales to the west.
Topcliffe has a long and interesting history, being mentioned in the Domesday book and with indications of a settlement in the area dating back to Neolithic times. Today it is largely a commuter/retirement village with a population of around 500.
Topcliffe benefits from two local primary schools which also include early years provisions. The village also has a doctors surgery, two public houses famed for their reputation of good food and a Village store.
THIRSK The Market Town of Thirsk is nestled in Herriot Country and is a fantastic location for those who enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle.
Locally, the Town provides a wide range of team sports including Rugby, Football, Cricket, Hockey, Netball and many more.
Thirsk has three Primary Schools and one Comprehensive School and Sixth Form within the Town. Within a short distance, there are four private schools, Cundal Manor, Queen Mary's, Queen Ethelburga's and Ampleforth.
The Town has Private and Council run gymnasiums and pool, a cinema and a wide range of Cafes and Restaurants. For shopping, a market is held two days a week. Local, largely independent traders have boutiques and shops in and around the market place and there is a selection of Supermarkets.
With its location so close to the A19 and A1(M), Thirsk is ideally situated for commuting and sits a short drive from, York, Harrogate, Ripon, Teesside and Leeds. Thirsks train station is on the East Coast Mainline and offers direct access from Edinburgh to London.
Thirsk was also mentioned in The Times - Best Places to Live in 2020 as the Howardian Hills came out the regional winner for the North and North East.