High Street, Barmby-On-The-Marsh
£430,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A wonderful opportunity to acquire this charming cottage, offering versatile living accommodation and set within grounds of 0.19 acres.

Clarcott was previously a delightful trio of historic cottages built we understand in the late 1800's. In approximately the 1940 s a local building expert completed the drastic transformation to today, presenting over 2,270 sq. ft. of internal accommodation. In more recent years, the present owners skilfully extended the property again to the rear elevation and have carried out a comprehensive programme of renovation and refurbishment works.

The property welcomes you into an entrance hall from the front door, having a staircase leading to the first floor landing. There is a generously sized formal lounge having a beautiful exposed brick fireplace with gas fire beneath. There are two double glazed windows to the front elevation which provide an abundance of natural light.

A formal dining room enjoys an electric fire and double glazed window. One step down and the dining room later merges into an open area which is currently used as an additional sitting area.

The kitchen/garden room provides a good range of wall and base units to two sides incorporating a stainless steel sink unit and drainer, with a built in microwave and gas Rangemaster cooker with hood above. The kitchen extends into a breakfast bar style arrangement and a useful area to the rear forming part of the single storey extension. There are French doors and full height glass panels to either side giving access to the immediate patio area and garden beyond. This area has excellent potential to become a more open plan kitchen and extension to the existing design. Adjacent is a downstairs utility and shower room with further base units for storage. Useful storage cupboard.

The ground floor accommodation is completed by a second sitting room which again forms part of the latest extension. There are French doors to the rear elevation, handsome fireplace and space to accommodate lounge/snug furniture.

To the first floor, small, quirky steps provide character and there is a landing which serves all four double bedrooms. The main bedroom is of a good size with a good size en-suite comprising an inset bath with shower attachment over, his and hers vanity hand wash basins and low flush wc. All four bedrooms benefit from a double glazed casement window and central heating radiator.

The house bathroom has been beautifully upgraded and enjoys a modern bath with separate shower. Impressive and contrasting tiling with a slightly lighter colour tile to the flooring. Furthermore there is a chrome heated towel rail, double glazed window, vanity hand wash basin and low flush wc.

Externally, the property will be found within the village of Barmby on the Marsh located on the High Street. The generous rear garden benefits from a detached garage and workshop. There is a south facing patio area perfectly positioned for summer relaxing, which leads to a lawn.

The gardens are divided into two, both being predominantly laid to lawn and enclosed to all three sides by fenced boundaries. The entirety of the plot extends to 0.19 acres and provides privacy yet neighbours the open countryside given the village location.

The workshop has power and lighting connections available and are accessed via single and double door.

Barmby on the Marsh is a highly desirable area, situated approximately 4 miles west of Howden town centre which has a vibrant selection of independent and supermarket shops, restaurants and café-deli s. There is a primary school in the village, and popular Howden primary and secondary schools are close by, with further well renowned schools locally, including Reed Private School and Selby High School. The market town of Howden is a popular destination with commuters given its proximity to the motorway network and railway station with regular direct trains to York and London.

It is not very often that properties of this size with generous outdoor space and outbuildings come to the market. As the acting agents, we strongly advise an early inspection at the earliest opportunity.

EER- 46 (E)

Tenure Freehold

Council Tax East Riding of Yorkshire Council - E

Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.

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