Handsome period house with outbuildings and impressive gardens set on the fringes of the North York Moors National Park and Scarborough town centre.
Stoneway House is a handsome Victorian house built in local stone around 1840 set in a delightful conservation village on the outskirts of a coastal town and the North York Moors National Park.
The house is approached via solid wood gates to the front and rear entrance. The house has five superb reception rooms and many fine period features, including wood parquet flooring to the drawing room, dining room and hallway. The imposing garden room, with views of the garden, extends across the western side of the house, and is accessed separately from the drawing room, hallway and the kitchen.
The first floor comprises six bedrooms and three bathrooms (one Jack-and-Jill style).
The cobbled yard provides plenty of parking and has a number of outbuildings, including a two bedroom cottage (in need of renovation), stores, garage with dovecote above, former milking parlour, and barn with stabling.
The grounds extend to around 1.46 acres with terraced lawns, mature trees and borders. In addition there is a Victorian greenhouse requiring restoration and a feature pond.
The site will be sold subject to a covenant restricting its use to a single residential dwelling.
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This is a fabulous house with wonderful rooms and lots of potential.Ben Pridden