High Street, Castleton, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2DA | Property for sale | Savills
3,194 sq ft(296.73 sq m)
Offers over £700,000(€798,148)

High StreetCastleton, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2DA

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2023
  • Superb open plan living within a glorious setting
  • Contemporary design throughout
  • Elevated position with stunning views
  • Beautifully landscaped terraced gardens
  • Within the North York Moors National Park
  • No onward chain

Contemporary family home with stupendous countryside views.

About this property

  • 46 High Street is a wonderful detached contemporary family home, renovated by the current owners in 2014 creating an outstanding living space over three floors, extending to 3194 square feet.

    This stylish, spacious and well-presented accommodation is ideal for both family living and entertaining, and is decorated throughout to a high end. Salient points include a stylish kitchen, modern bathroom suites, a roof terrace, large decked balcony off the kitchen and mature landscaped terraced gardens.

    The impressive open plan kitchen, living and dining room is a superb space, ideal for modern living with two sets of floor to ceiling sliding doors leading out on to the balcony with amazing views towards Great Ayton. The kitchen is well equipped with a range of drawer units below the sink and topped with black riven granite. The kitchen island, incorporating a breakfast bar extends 3 meters x 1.7 meters with a Neff carson induction hob and rounded off with a black riven granite worktop. There is also a wall of stylish units with three Neff ovens, microwave oven and a warming drawer positioned on the back wall.

    Completing the ground floor is the study area which is open to the family area overlooking the front of the house. By the entrance door is the downstairs cloakroom and a sizeable utility room accessed from the kitchen and garage. The ground floor area benefits from underfloor heating and low level lighting.

    There is a modern glass staircase leading to the first floor, where the principal bedroom at the rear, is served by a stylish en suite bathroom and built in wardrobes. In addition there are three French doors, two with Juliette balconies and one set leading out to the large roof terrace.

    The second bedroom is a substantial space with two French doors leading out to the roof terrace. There is a further double and single bedroom, as well as a modern large family bathroom on this floor. Stairs lead up to the second floor with a generous fifth bedroom including built-in wardrobes, a separate sizeable bathroom, a useful storage room and a good space that could be used as a study area.

    Stone steps lead down from the composite decked balcony to the first terraced area and garden store and continues to the second terrace where there is a contemporary garden room with log burner and a decked area overlooking the pond with stunning views, ideal for home working or leisure time. Below is the third garden area which is all grass land and has been used by the current owners in the past for goats and chickens.

    The property is approached via an electric gate on to a gravelled driveway leading to the integral garage with electric door. There is a gate to the side leading to the garden.

    Please note that the property has the benefit of two solar panels for heating water.

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This is a striking modern and contemporary home where the views are breathtaking!

Jennifer KendrewProperty agent

Local information

  • Set on the northern flanks of the North Yorkshire Moors in the breath-taking Upper Esk Valley, an area that has become known as "Heartbeat country"; Castleton is a centre for outdoor pursuits. There is a local Co-op, a refurbished public house, the Eskdale (which is dog and walker friendly and has won accolades for its real ales), a delicatessen (Deli 23), primary school (Academy), bowling and tennis club, cricket pitch, an active village hall and children's play area close to the Esk river.
  • The Moors bus runs throughout the National Park stopping in front of the Downe Arms and The Esk Valley Railway Line running from Middlesborough to Whitby stops at Castleton Moor station.
  • The Esk Valley Railway Line has services from Whitby to Middlesbrough offering a scenic route in this most beautiful part of North Yorkshire, characterised by lush valleys, high heather moorland and rugged coastline with fine beaches, which have been a magnet for tourism since the advent of the railways. There are onward connections via the East Coast London-Edinburgh route.
  • The village of Danby is just over a mile and a half away and has a shop, bakery and tearoom, a public house, village hall, doctors surgery, church and The Moors Centre with café, outdoor adventure play area and indoor climbing wall. A mobile Post Office from the village hall is open twice a week. Ainthorpe has a public house and a local primary school (Ofsted Good 2022). Scaling Dam Reservoir, about five miles from Danby and offers fishing and watersports and has a licensed tea room opposite, The Jack & Jill Coaching Inn.
  • The historic port of Whitby is about 17 miles west and the market towns of Guisborough (about nine miles) and Stokesley (about 11.7 miles) which have further facilities. The increasingly popular seaside town, Saltburn-by-the-Sea is about ten and a half miles distant and also has an 18 hole golf club, supermarkets, leisure centre and further amenities.
  • Middlesbrough (about 18.6 miles) is within convenient commuting distance of the property, and Durham Tees Valley Airport lies about 29.4 miles away.
  • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

Additional information

  • Scarborough Borough Council Band E
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E