North Lane, Wheldrake, York, YO19 6BB | Property for sale | Savills
241.45 sq m(2,599 sq ft)
Guide price £950,000

North LaneWheldrake, York, YO19 6BB

    Key features

    • Outstanding renovation and refurbishment of a delightful four bedroom former farm outbuilding
    • Well proportioned, light-filled living space opening out to the garden
    • Good-sized professionally landscaped walled garden
    • Garage and off street parking
    • Well-serviced pretty village conveniently situated about seven miles south of York
    • Village is convenient for the sought after Fulford School, Wheldrake Village Primary School is rated Good by Ofsted and leading private School Queen Maragaret's is about three miles away

    Spectacular barn conversion, renovated to a particularly high standard situated within a popular village about seven miles south of York

    About this property

    • Butchers Barn is a stylish and immaculately presented conversion of a former farm outbuilding, nestled in a quiet residential area within the picturesque village of Wheldrake.

      This traditional brick property is a light-filled home beautifully appointed with a neutral palette throughout. Salient points include a contemporary shaker style kitchen, beautifully-appointed bathroom suites, exposed stone walls, ceiling beams and an inviting south facing walled garden.

      The current owner (a professionally qualified interior designer) has recently completed a new roof to the front section of the property, rewired throughout, new damp course (with 20 year guarantees) and additional floor to ceiling insulation in the lounge for energy efficiency, a new pressurised hot water system, installation of a large 7.8 KW wood burner and new bathrooms, cloakrooms, kitchen and a new boot room/utility area. There are bespoke luxury panelled wardrobes to two bedrooms which are hand made. The barn now has a new improved EPC rating of C which is very good for such a large property. The property is also double-glazed throughout.

      The accommodation is arranged over two floors, with the ground floor living space comprising a sizeable new boot room/utility area with beautiful cobbled flooring, bespoke hand built storage and a glazed door to the garden. Leading from the boot room is the dining room and then through to the expansive and light filled living room. The living room offers a superb space for entertaining with French doors leading out to the garden and a newly fitted cast iron log burner. On the opposite side of the boot room is the impressive newly fitted kitchen with a comprehensive range of wall and base units, a Rangemaster induction electric cooker, Carrera stone worktops, Perrin & Rowe mixer taps with cold water filter tap, along with Italian porcelain tiles and a dining area with a glazed door leading out to the garden.

      Beyond the kitchen is a cosy snug room with exposed beams, a and direct access to the garden.

      To the first floor are three excellent bedrooms and a recently newly fitted bathroom with separate shower. Bedroom three upstairs has wall to wall new bespoke panelled fitted wardrobes. The principal bedroom is positioned on the ground floor with a lovely outlook to the garden, together with a well-appointed large walking shower with Hansgrohe fittings. The bedroom suite also has a large wall to wall run of hand-made bespoke panelled wardrobes offering generous hanging and drawer space.

      The walled garden has been designed and landscaped by the current owner, who has planted an abundance of seasonal plants, flowers, shrubs and David Austin Roses. There is a patio running along the side of the garden laid with Indian sandstone, the garden offers wonderful privacy and a southerly aspect. To the side of the house there is a good amount of gated off street parking and a sizeable garage with patio area beyond.

      It is unusual to find such a substantial building in the centre of the village yet off the main road, offering both privacy and accessibility.

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    This is one surprisingly substantial property tucked away within this lovely village. I really like the flow between the inside and outside space that is on offer, having a ground floor bedroom suite means that the living space is very versatile.

    Ed StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Wheldrake is a highly popular and attractive village, about eight miles south east of York.
    • The village has a local store, post office, two hairdressers, a popular cafe, well regarded public house, church, primary school (Academy) and benefits from many local activities including tennis, football, cricket, bowls, music, dance and fitness classes.
    • The village is about six and a half miles from the highly regarded Fulford School (Academy). Just outside the village (about two miles) is Swallow Hall with golf course, tennis courts and restaurant. There are three Golf clubs in York; Heworth Golf club Forest Park Golf Club and Fulford Golf Club.
    • There is a regular bus service, good cycle routes and road links to York and the McArthur Glen Designer Outlet village with many shops and restaurants, within about five and a half miles.
    • The property is conveniently located for the A64 giving access to Leeds, and the wider motorway network, as well as York Sport Village (about six and a half miles) and David Lloyd Leisure Centre (about seven and a half miles) and the University of York is about seven miles distant.
    • York railway station is located on the East Coast mainline and offers regular services to Edinburgh and London, with some journeys taking under two hours to London Kings Cross.
    • The city boasts excellent restaurants including the award winning The Star Inn the City by Andrew Pern and the Michelin-starred restaurant, Roots, by Tommy Banks. In addition, there is Skosh by Neil Bentinck which also boasts a Michelin-star, positioned on popular Micklegate which also has a number of independent shops, pubs, cafes and hairdressers.
    • York further boasts a number of exceptional private schools including The Mount, Bootham, St Peter's and The Minster School. Queen Margaret's School for Girls is about three and a half miles from the village.
    • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • York City Council, Council Tax Band F
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F