- Period Grade II listed cottage
- Many period features & immaculately presented
- Stunning landscaped gardens
- Garage, stable & additional parking
- Oil fired central heating
- Idyllic location
- Within North York Moors
- Viewing highly recommended
The Lord Nelson simply is a property that you will fall in love with time and time again! Absolutely postcard perfect and nestled in the most idyllic sheltered Hamlet within the North York Moors.
An absolute delight for the eye, originally a public house and originally erected in 1678 this Grade II listed cottage oozes charm, character & period features including oak seating, stone mullions, exposed features, beamed ceilings & fireplaces and is one of the most sensational, quintessential cottages we have seen come to market in many years.
As you step into the cottage you are immediately greeted with such features, the property has natural warmth that resonates throughout and is undoubtedly a very happy home that harbours many happy memories throughout its standing. The cottage has been tastefully and sympathetically decorated throughout and is immaculately presented.
The accommodation comprises of a large lounge with original flagged floor, large fireplace housing a wood burner, double glazed windows overlooking the superb rear garden and beamed ceiling, there is a separate dining room with large patio bay leading onto a delightful patio and rear garden and splendid views, there is the addition of conservatory to the edge of the property making the most of the spectacular valley views. There is a modern shaker kitchen with double range cooker, utility room with rear door access and separate cloakroom.
To the first floor there are three double bedrooms with en-suite facilities to the master and family bathroom. All of the rooms to the first floor offer incredible views; even the loo has a view! There is still the original cellar which doubles up for great storage or workshop or man cave! Obviously it can be returned to its former glory and make an excellent wine cellar!
To the rear of the property lay the most incredible landscaped gardens which boast massive bursts of colour, terraces, patios and seating area with fire pit, overlooking the Valley and horses, what better place to relax, unwind and enjoy a tipple or two!
There is the added benefit of a detached, stone built garage with stable to the side and additional parking. Properties in this area rarely come to market, and properties with parking even more so, as it is such a rare opportunity to purchase in the village viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.