Moorlands Park, Castleton, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2HE | Property for sale | Savills
2,191 sq ft(203.55 sq m)
Offers over £550,000(€627,116)

Moorlands ParkCastleton, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2HE

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in June 2023
  • Flexible four bedroom family home with double garage and ample parking
  • South facing landscaped garden
  • Stunning rural views on the edge of the village
  • Active village with amenities
  • Esk Valley Railway line Whitby to Middlesbrough
  • Within the North York Moors National Park

A deceptive four bedroom family home with south facing breath-taking views set within the North York Moors on the edge of the village.

About this property

  • 7 Moorlands Park is a superb detached family home, built in 1980 and coming to the market for the first time in 42 years. This property is ideal for an incoming purchaser offering the opportunity to update and renovate, subject to the necessary building consents.

    The house is arranged over two floors, with the sitting room, dining room and conservatory on the first floor providing stunning views over the garden and the Moors. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of wall and base units with integrated appliances and a large picture window creating a light and bright room with superb views. Off the kitchen is a useful utility room with fitted wall and base units creating ample storage. There is a double bedroom on this floor along with a single bedroom, bathroom and separate shower room.

    To the ground floor there are two further bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room and a family room with a door leading out to the patio. The large workshop and coal store on the ground floor are accessed via the utility room stairs, which also leads to the integrated double garage with electric doors.

    Of particular note are the uninterrupted views along the valley, set in the stunning North York Moors National Park.

    To the front of the house is a good sized driveway leading to the double garage and a side entrance to the house via the utility room. There is a low maintenance paved walled garden to the front, with a raised bed, mainly laid with decorative stones and mature shrubs.

    To the right hand side of the house there is access to the garden. The paved terrace provides an ideal area for al fresco entertaining, the low maintenance south facing garden has been well landscaped with mature shurbs and a small pond. There is a poly tunnel, greenhouse and garden shed, ideal for a budding gardener.

    The house benefits from solar panels.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

You cannot help but be impressed by the breath-taking views from this property and the garden is ideal for the green-fingered and for budding vegetable growers! This is an exciting project for a purchaser to create their own stunning home within a wonderful setting.

Ed StoyleProperty 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), Off the Scale Shop, 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 running throughout the National Park stops 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 the local primary school (Ofsted Good 2022). Scaling Dam Reservoir, about five miles from Danby offering fishing and watersports and 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, Council Tax Band F
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F