Savills | The Green, Raskelf, York, YO61 3LE | Property for sale
864 sq ft(80.27 sq m)
Guide price £275,000

The GreenRaskelf, York, YO61 3LE

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Picturesque village setting
  • Period cottage and outbuildings
  • Larger than average garden
  • Good road access to York and Thirsk
  • Requiring refurbishment

A charming period cottage with generous garden in a wonderful village setting.

About this property

  • Dating back to the early 1900's, Fletchers is an attractive cottage set back from the road at the end of the village green. Situated in the much sought after village of Raskelf, just North of the market town of Easingwold and about 14 miles North of York, the village is perfect for those seeking a peaceful countryside setting within a commutable distance to the city.

    The property has been well maintained and is generally in good order but it would benefit from refurbishment. To the ground floor there is a sitting room and separate kitchen-diner, a useful pantry and downstairs bathroom. Situated on the first floor are three bedrooms including a large principal bedroom. All rooms are of good proportions with plenty of light. There is potential, subject to planning, to add on a generous extension to the side.

    Tenure The property is offered for sale with vacant possession.

    The property is being sold with all mineral rights reserved to the vendor. Use of the property will be restricted to one private dwelling house in single family occupation.

    An Overage will be placed on the title on the area coloured in red on the plan of 25% uplift resulting in any consented additional residential dwelling or commercial development for a period of 25 years.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

This is a pretty cottage with huge amounts of potential, situated in a picturesque village.

Ed StoyleProperty agent

Local information

  • Raskelf is a pretty and popular village set in open countryside with good road access to Thirsk and York.
  • The village has a church, a public house, cafe and a cricket club. The Georgian market town of Easingwold is about two and a half miles to the north west with a range of facilities and amenities including dentist, doctor's surgery, supermarket and a weekly market as well as a primary and secondary schools.
  • To the north is Thirsk with a train station linking to London and more extensive amenities. York provides superb shopping, restaurants and theatres together with a railway station on the East Coast mainline with some services making the journey to London Kings Cross in under two hours.
  • Please note all distances are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = E
  • Tenure = Freehold