Main Street, Levisham, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7NL | Property for sale | Savills
1,467 sq ft(136.29 sq m)
Guide price £495,000(€589,018)

Main StreetLevisham, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7NL

    Key features

    • Three bedroom stone village house
    • Private garden
    • Double garage
    • Useful outbuildings
    • Within a tranquil moorland village, about seven miles from the market town of Pickering
    • No onward chain

    A charming period stone house with double garage and several outbuildings, in a picturesque moors village

    About this property

    • White Heather Cottage is an attractive traditional stone built cottage believed to date from the 18th century, including some original outbuildings and a more recently constructed garden store/work shop. The property stands back from the main street, in this picturesque North Yorkshire Moors village, fronted by a very private lawned garden and bordered by rolling countryside to the East.

      Whilst the house and buildings retain much of their original character and charm, they have been the subject of considerable refurbishment works and reconfiguration in recent years. The living and dining room have been combined to form a generous and flexible living area, the windows and doors widened and fitted with full height sliding patio doors boosting natural light levels and creating a seamless link to the garden. The kitchen is to one side, recently refurbished to a high standard and beyond that, along a short hallway is a study or fourth bedroom.

      On the first floor are three bedrooms and a recently refurbished bathroom.

      The house occupies a discrete position in the heart of the village, set back and at right angles to the main street. A driveway dissects the outbuildings which fronts the main street, leading past the front of the cottage to a parking area and additional outbuilding which currently serves as a garden store and workshop. The garden is bordered by a combination of high walls, fencing and mature hedges, interspersed by mature trees.

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    A charming cottage with 'extras' in an equally charming village.

    Ed StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Levisham is a picturesque moorland village within the North York Moors National Park with a church, village hall, steam railway station about one and a half miles away and a highly regarded family run pub. The Moors provide the ideal surroundings for cycling and country walks. The village of Lockton is only about two miles away and has a tea room with gallery.
    • The historic Georgian market town of Pickering about seven 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.
    • There a few schools within the vicinity including St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (academy), Pickering Community Infant and Nursery School (Ofsted Good 2019), as well as Lady Lumley's School (Academy).
    • Dalby Forest is just under seven 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 market town of Malton about fifteen miles 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, a 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 Heritage Coast town of Whitby about seventeen miles is a popular and famous seaside town steeped in history with a ruined gothic Abbey and an active fishing port. There are a wide range of shops, restaurants and pubs in the town centre along with supermarkets and a leisure centre. In addition there are cricket, rugby and football clubs within the town.
    • Scarborough (about 21.4 miles) is a popular seaside resort on the Yorkshire Coast. The town has an array of amenities including restaurants and shops, supermarkets, as well as an open air theatre, Spa complex, art gallery, sea life centre, cricket club, castle and the famous Stephen Joseph Theatre, home of playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn. There are a number of festivals hosted by the town throughout the year.
    • There is a station at Malton with fast and regular trains to York with connections to London Kings Cross, Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool. York is the nearest city about 32.4 miles along the A64 which leads on to the A1(M).
    • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

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