Rare find: a converted, 3 bedroom, semi detached, village bungalow, situated on a generous plot, in a quiet, small cul de sac, in the picturesque, popular East Yorkshire village of Hutton Cranswick.
The attractive, very well-maintained property features a ground floor principal bedroom and 2 single bedrooms in the converted loft (completed 2016) which also has a WC. The property has a small, entrance vestibule with a built-in cupboard opening to a large sitting room; the country style kitchen is located to the side of the property. The ground floor also benefits from a recently renovated bathroom with an over- bath shower. The stairs to the upper floor conversion are found in the useful inner hallway with french double doors leading to the rear garden and with ample space for a desk and chair to create a study area.
The gardens are lawned to the front and rear, where there is sturdy, panel fencing to 3 sides. The ample gated driveway provides space for multiple vehicles and leads to the single brick built garage.
Upvc, half glazed door - Fitted carpet - Built-in storage cupboard
10' 3'' x 7' 2'' (3.13m x 2.2m) Fitted, white, painted country style base and eye level units with contrasting oak knobs - Laminated work tops - Stainless steel, single drainer sink with monochrome mixer tap - Space and plumbing for washing machine - Space for cooker - Aspect to the side - Door to the driveway
17' 6'' x 10' 4'' (5.35m x 3.17m) Bay window with aspect to the front - Fitted carpet - Fire surround and marble effect back and hearth - Electric faux log burner - Electric storage heaters x 2 - Wall lights - Coving
11' 10'' x 9' 1'' (3.61m x 2.78m) Double room - Aspect to the rear - Fitted carpet - Coving - Storage heater
Recently fitted - Bath with over bath shower and glass shower screen - Contemporary, water resistant panel boards - Pedastal sink - Low flush WC - Extractor fan - Aspect to the side - Tile-effect linoleum flooring - Heated towel rail
Space for desk - Fitted carpet - Coving - Storage heater Feature double french window to the garden - Return staircase with fitted carpet - Light oak balustrades
13' 9'' x 6' 3'' (4.22m x 1.91m) Fitted carpet - Sky light window - Storage in the eaves
14' 3'' x 6' 4'' (4.35m x 1.94m) Fitted carpet - Sky light window - Storage in the eaves
Low flush WC - Pedastal vanity sink
16' 9'' x 8' 11'' (5.12m x 2.73m) Separate brick -built garage - Up and over door - Power
Generous plot to include :
Lawn - Paved driveway
Wrought iron gates - Paved driveway
High panel fencing to 3 sides - Lawn - Inset pavers - Paved patio area
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.
Images of the village are included in the brochure, the village images cannot be seen directly from the property; they are a short walk away.
Local AuthorityEast Riding Of Yorkshire
Council Tax Band:B
Annual Price: £1,209.26
The windows are upvc double glazed. The heating is via electric storage heaters
The converted loft was completed in 2016 and has full planning and buildings regulation certification.
The property was originally built by Persimmon Homes in 1989.
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Hutton Cranswick is a pretty, much sought-after village which is made up of two conjoined villages. The property is located in Cranswick and is approached via Laburnum Avenue and Beech View to the south of the village just an 8 minute walk to the railway station. Countryside footpaths are close-by for those wishing to enjoy the nearby open countryside.
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