A recently refurbished and extended village house with beautiful south facing garden, off street parking and a double garage.
Damson Garth is a highly individual modern family house which has been the subject of a significant programme of modernisation and improvement, which has seen the property almost completely remodeled and extended forming a perfectly balanced home ideally suited to modern living. In addition to the structural changes to the property has been re-insulated, re-wired, including CAT 5/6, as well as an improved central heating system incorporating under floor heating to all parts of the ground floor. The highlight has to be the new oak clad extension to the rear of the house which incorporates a stylish kitchen by The Main Company, and space for dining and sitting on either side, all bordered by floor to ceiling sliding powder coated aluminum doors.
The majority of the rooms have been thoughtfully rearranged to orientate towards the south, all of near perfect proportions and well served by utility rooms and generous contemporary bathrooms. As well as benefiting from all available natural light the rooms enjoy contrasting views of the beautifully landscaped gardens. These have been thoughtfully designed to create various 'rooms' in the garden, including a large stone patio area ideal for al-fresco dining, a raised terrace interspersed with well stocked beds and fruit trees, a large lawn and at the far end a vegetable garden. There is also a versatile fully insulated oak clad garden room with wood burning stove, perfectly suited to a home office, gym or play room.
The house occupies an elevated plot above the main street close to the village green, with views to the front across open countryside as far as The White Horse on a fine day. There is a wide driveway leading up to multiple parking spaces in front of the double garage. There is access to the side of the house and a large shed/garden store on one side.
Husthwaite is a charming village situated in a beautiful stretch of countryside close to the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and Howardian Hills. It enjoys an unusually good range of local amenities, including a primary school, excellent pub, bus service, twelfth century church, thriving village hall and excellent network of footpaths linking the surrounding countryside. The Georgian market town of Easingwold is a few minutes' drive away; the City of York lies to the south, the A1 to the west; and the East Coast mainline runs through Thirsk and York. There are good state and private schooling options within easy reach, including Ampleforth, Cundall and Queen Mary's in Topcliffe.
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This is a fabulous modern family home with one of the best extensions I have ever seen.Tanya Coffey