Main Street, Sutton-on-the-Forest, York, North Yorkshire, YO61 1DP | Property for sale | Savills
1,317 sq ft(122.35 sq m)
Guide price £525,000(€598,611)

Main StreetSutton-on-the-Forest, York, North Yorkshire, YO61 1DP

    Key features

    • Traditionally styled modern village house
    • Recently updated and well maintained
    • Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a separate cloakroom/WC
    • South facing garden
    • Separate garage
    • Picturesque village just north of York
    • No onward chain

    An attractive modern village house with a south facing garden and separate garage

    About this property

    • Sweetbrier was built in the 1990's in a traditional style, mirroring many of the period properties which line the main street in this picturesque North Yorkshire village.

      Lovingly maintained and recently redecorated throughout and new carpets fitted, the house provides practical and well-balanced accommodation over three floors. This includes a generous double reception room with a central fireplace, providing space for sitting and dining, there is a sliding door at one end opening onto the garden. There is a well equipped kitchen/breakfast room to the rear with a door also leading to the garden and there is also a cloakroom/WC in the hallway.

      On the first floor there are three bedrooms, the principal bedroom has an en suite with a shower and there is a house bathroom, above to the second floor is a large double bedroom with a study area in the corner.

      Outside there is gated access to one side with a driveway leading to a separate garage at the bottom of the garden. A gate provides access to the garden which is bordered by a high wall, laid to gravel with several outside sitting areas

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    A perfectly formed village house with inviting south facing garden and garage, ready to move straight into.

    Ed StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Sutton-on-the-Forest is a picturesque conservation village north of York city centre (about nine miles), this highly regarded village has a primary school (Ofsted Good 2018), preschool and toddlers playgroup, church, playing fields and children's play area as well as an hourly bus service to York, there are also a number of clubs and societies within the village hall. Sutton Park hosts a summer festival and Huby and Sutton Agricultural Society Show each year. Il Paradiso on the Forest, is a very well rated Italian restaurant situated on the York Road near Sutton Park and is linked to the one on Walmgate in York. The restaurant/tea room on the Sutton Park estate, Miss Daisy's is always busy and is currently applying to extend its license to open more in the evenings.
    • The village of Huby (about one an a half miles) is the closest village with a shop, post office, two public houses, a fish and chip shop, Chinese take-away and a village hall. Stillington (about two miles) has a community owned post office, two pubs, a primary school, doctors surgery, Indian restaurant and a sport fields.
    • The market town of Easingwold (about six miles) offers good local amenities including: a weekly market, public houses, cafes, bank, supermarkets, post office, veterinary surgery, doctors' surgery, dentist, butchers and a secondary school (Academy) along with numerous independent shops. The Galtres Centre hosts a number of events, clubs and societies. Easingwold Golf Club is situated on the outskirts of the town.
    • There are several private schools in the region including Ampleforth College (about 12 miles) and Cundall Manor (about 14 miles), Queen Mary's School (about 17.5 miles) with St Peters, Bootham and The Mount on offer within York. York City (about eight and a half miles) boasts a number of popular attractions including: York Theatre Royal, the Art Gallery, York Minster, Betty's Tea Rooms and the famous Shambles along with a range of local cafes and shops.
    • The city has 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.
    • There are a number of supermarkets in and around the city, including a Waitrose at Foss Islands Road and a large Marks and Spencer at the Vanguard Shopping Park.
    • York railway station has regular services to major cities including Manchester, Edinburgh and London with some journeys taking less than two hours to Kings Cross. The hourly bus service (no.40 Reliance) links Sutton-on-the-Forest to York city centre and includes he railway station mornings and evenings.
    • Thirsk about (17 miles) offers a wide choice of shops, pubs, banks, a local cinema, leisure facilities, supermarkets and a racecourse. The mainline railway station has train services to London, some making the journey in as little as two hours fifteen minutes.
    • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Hambleton District Council, Council Tax Band E
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E