High Street, Nawton, York, YO62 7TT | Property for sale | Savills
203.64 sq m(2,192 sq ft)
Guide price £759,950

High StreetNawton, York, YO62 7TT

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in July 2023
  • Numerous period features throughout
  • South facing walled garden
  • Double garage and ample off street parking
  • Annexe currently used as a home office
  • Close to the North York Moors National Park and less than 3 miles from Helmsley

A handsome Georgian village house with garaging and self contained annexe.

About this property

  • The Cottage is a handsome Georgian village house with origins dating back to the early eighteenth century, built from mellow sandstone, tucked away within the quaint village of Nawton.

    This versatile, stylish and beautifully presented accommodation is arranged over three floors, with many period features and ideal for entertaining and family living. The salient points include a modern kitchen and bathrooms, attractive period fireplaces, sash windows with shutters and exposed beams and stone. Of particular note is the charming south facing walled garden with well stocked borders, together with off road parking, a detached double garage and separate annexe.

    The principal reception rooms comprise of the dining hall and sitting room, both situated to the front of the house with feature fireplaces.

    The kitchen breakfast room has a range of shaker style units with wooden work surfaces providing a breakfast bar and a two door Aga, the flooring is stone travertine. In addition there is a separate utility room to the rear of the room.
    Arranged over the first floor is the principal bedroom with dressing room, a second large bedroom and the family bathroom. To the second floor there are two further bedrooms and a generous bathroom.

    The property is accessed via double gates onto a gravelled driveway providing ample parking and leading to a double garage along with a separate single storey annexe with patio.

    Photography 2021 and 2022

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The Cottage is a lovely family home that is deceptively sizeable, brimming with charm along with a quaint annexe and private walled garden within a superb rural village within Yorkshire. I think that this is a wonderful cosy home, ready to welcome new owners.

Jennifer KendrewProperty agent

Local information

  • The Cottage is situated on the High Street within a quiet area of the the village of Nawton, a popular and well-served village located almost halfway between the Georgian market towns of Helmsley (about two and a half miles) and Kirkbymoorside (about three and a half miles).
  • The village benefits from a number of amenities, including a primary school (Ofsted Good 2022) and Ryedale School (Academy), a well-supported sports club, a regular bus service, a pub and Indian restaurant, garage and a playing field.
  • The village stands on the southern slopes of the North Yorkshire Moors providing endless walks and a haven for outdoor pursuits.
  • Just over a mile away is the award winning Beadlam Grange Farmshop and Tea room with a butchers, delicatessen and greengrocery including a toddler play area.
  • Helmsley is a fabulous town with a weekly market and an excellent selection of independent, local shops including clothes stores, a doctor's surgery, delicatessens, cafes, restaurants, hotels, a spa and a local brewery. In addition there is an arts centre showing films and plays, as well as hosting yoga, exhibitions and concerts. Further attractions are the open air swimming pool, Helmsley Walled Garden, International Centre for Birds of Prey, Helmsley Castle and Duncombe Park.
  • Kirkbymoorside, provides a good range of shops, a weekly market, cafes, public houses, primary school (Academy), a doctors surgery, cricket, bowling squash clubs as well as an 18 hole golf course.
  • Further afield are the Michelin starred restaurants The Star at Harome (about three miles) and The Black Swan, Oldstead (about 11 miles).
  • The market town of Malton is now the artisan food capital of North Yorkshire with its award-winning monthly food and farmers markets, as well as a weekly market, and annual Food Lovers' Festival backed by excellent local shops. There are supermarkets, two breweries, restaurants, the Talbot Hotel, cookery school, tearooms, a cinema, theatre and Castle Gardens five acres of park. Malton and Norton golf club boasts 27 holes and situated about a mile outside Malton. In addition there is Malton Secondary School (Ofsted Good 2015) located on Middlecave Road.
  • The historic market town of Pickering (about ten and a half miles) is known as the gateway to the Moors. The town boasts a number of public houses, supermarkets, leisure and sport facilities, local independent shops and cafes as well as a 13th century castle, the North York Moors steam railway and a museum.
  • Dalby Forest is about 23 miles distant with countless walks and cycle trails through stunning scenery, an adventure course and on site cafe. A dark sky discovery site, it is an excellent location for stargazing.
  • The A170 from Helmsley links to Scarborough and the Yorkshire Coast.
  • York is about 24 miles to the south and the A1(M) is about 22 miles to the west. Direct trains to London run regularly from Malton (about 15 miles), Thirsk (about 16.8 miles) and York, some making the journey in under two hours.
  • There are superb attractions within the area including the renowned stately home Castle Howard with its farm shop and fabulous gardens (about 12 miles) and the coastal resorts of Whitby (about 27 miles), Scarborough (about 28 miles) and Filey (about 32 miles).
  • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

Additional information

  • Ryedale District Council, Malton, Council Tax Band F
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F