Grade II listed, 16th-century chocolate-box cottage situated in the picturesque North York Moors National Park, conveniently situated to explore the rugged coastline and dramatic cliffs of Yorkshire.
A Grade II listed chocolate box stone cottage set just a few miles from Whitby in the North York Moors National Park. Dating back to the 16th century, this idyllic cottage offers the best of both worlds; breathtaking moorland scenery on your doorstep with all the delights of the Yorkshire Coast within easy reach.
It has a beautiful outdoor area and inside you'll find an interior which mixes contemporary and traditional effortlessly. At the heart of the home is the generous living room and dining area. Full of character this room has an exposed stone wall and beams overhead. Underfloor heating below keeps your toes nice and warm and a wood burner adds to the cosy effect. Light up the fire and curl up on the comfy seating, time to switch off and unwind. There's lots to keep the family entertained each evening including a TV with Freeview, Nintendo Wii with games and a sound system.
Next door is the cute cottage kitchen where you'll find all the usual mod cons including an induction hob, fridge with icebox and a dishwasher. An under stairs cupboard houses a washer/dryer - very handy if you've been enjoying a muddy walk across the hills.
The dining table sits by a large picture window in the main living area. Affording lovely views of the village green, it's a very pleasant spot to dine. Spread out the morning papers and enjoy a long lazy breakfast here, taking in the sights and sounds of Yorkshire small village life outside.
Make your way up the wooden staircase to find the bedrooms. The master bedroom features a beautiful double enjoying stunning views out across the village and National Park beyond. An original fireplace and window seat add to the character of this lovely room. Next door is a very sweet twin room complete with two single beds. This room also takes advantage of those amazing views.
The house bathroom is at the end of the landing and boasts a slipper bath to sink into each evening. A heavenly end to a busy day's sightseeing. There's also a walk-in shower for the morning.
Outside the property is a charming little courtyard garden with a patio table and chairs. It's the perfect spot for lunch alfresco or that afternoon G&T. For keen cyclists, there is an outside store which can accommodate bikes, you just need to bring a lock to make it secure. To the side of the cottage is the pristine little village green. Throw out a blanket under the tree and delve into a glossy magazine.
Please note, this cottage welcomes babes-in-arms and children over the age of 3. Due to the unique and quirky layout of the property it is not recommended for people with mobility issues.