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Eskside House
Richardson and Smith - 01947 602 298
Eskside House, Front Street, Grosmont, North Yorkshire,
Price : Offers on £ 99,950 [convert]

Number of bedrooms : 2
Features :
  • A 2 bedroom terraced maisonette.
  • Double glazing.
  • Views over the Railway Station.
  • Heating provided by solid fuel stove.
Details :

A substantial first and second floor maisonette in the village of Grosmont, which is dominated by the North York Moors Steam Railway and is set within the National Park. With scope for some titivation, the property offers modern double glazing, a solid fuel central heating system and a reasonably modern kitchen and bathroom.

 

Approached from the front the part-glazed traditional front door opens into….

 

Vestibule: with a traditional black and red tiled floor, fuse box and a glazed inner door into

Hallway: The inner hallway is also part-tiled with the traditional black and red tiles which run up to the carpeted staircase to the first floor. This rises to the ….

1st Floor:

The first floor landing has a radiator, houses the staircase to the second floor and has the airing cupboard with its lagged hot water tank. From here stripped pine doors lead to…

 

Bathroom:

The bathroom has a uPVC double glazed window to the rear, an extractor fan and a radiator. There is tiled effect flooring and the relatively modern suite provides a panel bath, with a Triton electric shower over and shower screen, a WC with a low level cistern and a pedestal wash hand basin.

 

Kitchen Diner: 14’6 x 9’8 to chimney breast (over the majority of the room) 10’8 into chimney recess

The kitchen diner has a uPVC double glazed window to the rear, tiled effect flooring and a radiator. There is a range of base and wall units comprising cupboards and drawers and a laminate worktop with an inset stainless steel single bowl sink unit. The kitchen is plumbed for the washing machine and vented for the tumble dryer. There is a built-in Belling double electric oven and an inset Bosch ceramic hob with a cooker hood over. At the back corner there is a built-in cupboard.

 

Living Room: (an ‘L’ shaped room) 16’6 x 9’10 plus 9’4 x 4’9 The living room has two uPVC    double glazed windows to the front looking out over the carpark to the railway beyond. There is a radiator a coved ceiling and a built-in cupboard with a further radiator in it. This room has television and telephone points and there is a solid fuel stove set into the fireplace which we understand provides the central heating and hot water.

 

2nd Floor:

The staircase from the first floor landing rises directly to the second floor landing which has a Velux window to the rear aspect, built-in cupboard into the eaves and stripped pine doors to….


Bedroom 1: 16’7 (maximum over the majority of the room) x 11’10 into dormer window.

The main bedroom has a dormer window to the front with a view to the railway across the carpark opposite. This room has a radiator and wood effect flooring.

 

Bedroom 2: 11’2 x 9’ 11 (to the chimney breast over the majority of the room)

the smaller of the two bedrooms has a Velux window to the rear aspect looking out over the cottages behind the railway bridge and church, as well as the trees and fields on the other side of the river. This room has a radiator and wood effect flooring.

 

Externally:

Accessed to the path by the side of the terrace, a stone path leads down to the access road. From here access is provided to the…


Workshop: 12’5 x 7’7 plus 3’1 x 3’1 The useful workshop has a corrugated plastic roof and is block and brick built with light and power, there is a coal bunker set into the corner.

 

There is a private road which runs around the rear of the properties which is accessed from just before the bridge.

 

Viewing:

Viewings by appointment.  All interested parties should discuss this property, and in particular any specific issues that might affect their interest, with the agent’s office prior to travelling or making an appointment to view this property.

 

Directions:

Grosmont lies in the mid Esk Valley and is well signed from the A169 and A170 moor roads.  The property lies in the centre of the village facing the railway station car park, between the village shop and gallery.  See also location plans.


Services:

The property is connected to mains water, electricity and drainage.  Heating is provided by a solid fuel stove in the lounge.

 

Council Tax Banding:

‘A’ £1201,57  payable for 2018-19 (verbal query only) Scarborough Borough Council  Tel 01723 232323.


Tenure: Leasehold 999 years from 1991. Holiday letting and pets are prohibited.

 

Post Code: YO22 5QE


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