Substantial detached village house in an elevated position within a sought-after moorland village in the North York Moors National Park.
Littlebeck House is a wonderful four bedroom family property built around 1907, standing in an elevated position within the conservation village of Ainthorpe in the North York Moors National Park.
This substantial house extends to over 2300 square feet, there is a generous open plan sitting and dining room with a double sided multi fuel burner, with dual aspect and French doors leading out on to the patio. A kitchen breakfast room has views to the front and a full glass door leading to the garden. To the front of the house is a useful utility room, toilet and boiler room.
To the first floor there is a well-proportioned principal bedroom with en suite shower room, there are three further good sized bedrooms, a study room and large bathroom. To the second floor there is a loft room with ample store room.
To the rear of the house is a beautiful south facing garden with mature hedges, trees and borders. A paved patio area is situated at the top of the garden with steps leading down to the lawn and a raised decking area. The path leads to a single garage to the side of the garden with further parking to the front of the house.
The property has the benefit of bio mass fuel and solar panels.
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This delightful house has a lot to offer and I love the position of the property within the village with its Moorland views and south facing aspect.Ed Stoyle