AN EXTREMELY CHARMING EXTENDED PERIOD COTTAGE WITH GENEROUS GRAVELLED OFF-STREET PARKING AND ESTABLISHED WEST FACING GARDENS IN THE HEART OF THIS UNSPOILT RURAL VILLAGE
Little Garth occupies a good central position opposite the Church in the heart of the unspoilt rural village of Normanby, itself located on rising ground in the Vale of Pickering in a convenient location approximately equidistant between the Georgian market towns of Kirkbymoorside and Pickering where most local facilities are available.
Constructed of attractive stone elevations under a pantile roof, the original property is believed to date from around the mid 19th century and indeed, retains a plethora of interesting and attractive architectural features to include beamed ceilings, an open fire, boarded doors and floors and Pine window seats to many of the rooms. The Porch opens to an Entrance Lobby with quarry tiled floor with latched door to a most charming and heavily beamed Sitting Room with sash window, Pine window seat and open fire with basket grate and stairs off to the first floor. Immediately adjacent is a Reception Hall complete with Victorian fireplace and window seat to the front elevation. Beyond lies a Cloakroom and an attractive Kitchen arranged to the rear elevation with recessed ceiling lights, polished granite worksurfaces with cupboards and drawers beneath, wall cupboards over and decorative tiled walls behind. There is a ceramic sink with double wooden drainers, plumbing for washing machine, integrated dishwater and 4-ring hob and oven. A wide arch opens to the Dining/Breakfast Room with raised ceiling and a particular feature of which is the fully glazed rear elevation offering an open aspect over the garden. To the first floor are three bedrooms and a House Bathroom with tiled floor and suite of WC, pedestal washbasin, bath with tiled walls behind and Mira showerhead.
The property is approached across a short gravelled driveway from where a 5-bar gate opens to an extremely generous sized gravelled turning and parking area bounded by thorn hedging. An inner gate set within a high Privet hedge opens to the front garden with a central path to the front door flagged by Lavendar and established beds contained clipped Privet, Yew, Buddleia and Cotoneaster whilst to the front elevation are Climbing Roses, Quince, Holly and Clematis. To the rear of the house is an enclosed well stocked west facing garden being mainly lawned and with a high wall to one side adjoining which are Silver Fir, Laurel and Cotoneaster. Opposite is a gravelled path leading past a charming covered seating area and terminating at a single storey timber and pantile garden store. Adjoining the rear of the house itself is a brick sett sun terrace with adjacent apple and pear trees forming a most wonderful sheltered summer seating and al fresco dining area.
Strictly by appointment through the sole agents, Messrs Humberts York office, telephone .