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LAST PLOT BUILD NOW COMPLETE . A ONE OF A KIND, BESPOKE, QUALITY, NEW BUILD, 3 BED, 2 BATHROOM BUNGALOW. GET IN TOUCH TO RESERVE.
Located in a quiet, exclusive, cul de sac, in a pretty, sought-after, East Yorkshire village, the bungalow, named the Zephyr, is now ready to be reserved.
The individual build home is a one-off, bespoke, architect design, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, detached bungalow and is one of just 9 luxury build homes finished to a high specification standard by local craftsmen, NHBC builders, Sovereign Build Ltd with Liebre Developments.
The individual properties are designed with the former Railway Sidings very much in mind and great care has been taken to incorporate brickwork detailing in line with the surrounding old railway buildings. The old staithes from the former coal stores have even been recycled into the front development signage, and each property has even been named after a famous old train that was to have travelled the East Coast line in years gone by.
The site itself is built with privacy in mind and the shape of the site means it is a no through road, giving the whole development a sense of calm and tranquillity.
Outside light - Composite front door - Spacious entrance hallway
41' 4'' x 12' 8'' (12.62m x 3.88m)
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Kitchen Hi spec Willow fitted, luxury kitchen - Granite work tops - Light oak feature shelves and island / breakfast area support - Comprehensive range of Dove grey, painted wood base and eye level units - Matching extractor hood unit - Integrated appliances to include : double electric ovens; electric, induction hob; larder fridge; larder freezer, dishwasher - Recessed stainless steel sink - Chrome mixer tap - Aspect to the front - Recessed led down lights - Quality vinyl flooring tiles
Dining area: aspect to the side
Sitting area: Triple, aluminium, fold doors to the rear patio
12' 6'' x 9' 0'' (3.82m x 2.75m) Aspect to the side
Double shower with tiled walls and glass shower screen - Double shower heads - Tiled floor - Low flush WC - Sink set on cupboard unit - Part tiled walls - Recessed down lights
9' 4'' x 11' 1'' (2.86m x 3.4m) Aspect to the front
6' 9'' x 11' 1'' (2.06m x 3.4m) Aspect to the front
6' 2'' x 6' 7'' (1.9m x 2.01m) Bath with shower over - Glass shower screen - Low flush WC - Wash hand basin set on cupboard unit - Aspect to the side - Tiled floors - Fully tiled around the bath/ shower area - Part tiling to other areas
7' 5'' x 7' 4'' (2.27m x 2.24m) Base units to match kitchen with roll over work top - Quality vinyl, flooring - Stainless steel sink with mixer tap - Space for dryer - space for washing machine - Integral door to the garage
20' 3'' x 9' 10'' (6.18m x 3m) Electric garage door - Gas central heating boiler - Integral door to the utility room
Fully landscaped to include : lawn areas to the rear and side - Gravel areas - Feature planting area - Double block paved driveway - Vertical panel fencing - Lap fencing - Pavers to the front door - Box plants lining each side of the path
Gas central heating - Cream UPvc windows with quality fittings - Composite front door - Aluminium rear, tri fold door - Recessed led down lights in the hallway, kitchen and bathrooms - walls painted in Farrow and Ball elephants breath
Electrics: multiple power points in all appropriate rooms. TV points in main reception rooms and master bedroom. Standard electric fittings.
Central Heating : gas fired boiler. Zoned heating ensuring optimum energy efficiency.
Glazing: sealed unit double glazing throughout.
Annual Service Charge
The Sidings is an exclusive development and as such will be a privately serviced.
The roads, drains and any lighting will be maintained by the home owners in this cul-de-sac, not by the local authority. The cost of the service charge is the same for all owners and initially it will be set at £204 per annum to be paid on a quarterly basis. Further details are available upon request.
These particulars are produced in good faith. They are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute, any part of an offer or a contract. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. Any intending purchaser should satisfy him/herself by inspection of the property or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements prior to making an offer. No person in the employment of, or association with, My Agent, has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.
Hutton Cranswick is a pretty, much sought-after village which is made up of two conjoined villages. The property is located in Cranswick next to the railway station.
The village of Cranswick has a large, picturesque village green, reportedly the largest in East Yorkshire, with a children's play area and a pond. An annual village show is held on the green along with other family events. The area offers excellent walking routes with many well-maintained public footpaths leading from the village centre offering circular walking routes of varying lengths. Cycling is very popular in the East Riding and East Yorkshire wolds area owing to the existence of a large network of open country roads. Other amenities within this popular village include: a bowls club with bowling green, a post office and general stores; a hairdressers, a fish and chip shop, a prestigious butcher's shop, a village pub; a farm shop and cafe, a garden centre and cafe and 3 garages. On the outskirts of the village there is a small industrial estate where various small businesses are located. Cranswick also has a thriving methodist church, a WI hall and a well-regarded primary school.
In the smaller village of Hutton there is a church of England, St Peter's; a fishing lake and a sports and recreation centre with tennis courts and a football ground. There are regular sports' activities and clubs held at the WI hall: the Methodist hall and at the Sports and Recreation club. The village offers regular entertainment for residents including: a gardening club, WI meetings, children's activities, film nights and an annual village car boot sale. Local events are advertised in The Bulletin delivered monthly to houses in Hutton, Cranswick and Watton.
The village has its own railway station and is ideally located for those wishing to commute to Hull, York or the east coast. The historic town of Beverley can be reached in approximately 10 minutes by train and approximately 15 minutes by car. Hull can be reached by train in approximately 25 minutes or approximately 40 minutes by car. York can be reached in approximately 50 minutes by car. Bridlington is just a 20 minute drive away or can be reached in a similar time by train. The 121 Hull to Scarborough bus runs at the top of the village on the A164, 7am to 11pm, every hour, daily.
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Mulberry House, Hutton Road, Hutton Cranswick, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 9PN