An impressive 4 bedroom family house set in attractive gardens and adjoining paddock extending to just over 2 acres, enjoying lovely views over open countryside and occupying a discreet position in this popular and conveniently located village, between Wetherby and York.
Bickerton is a pretty and sought after village which is conveniently located for ease of access to the A1(M) and the main business centres of Leeds, Harrogate and York. The surrounding villages offer a range of local amenities including shops and public houses, mostly with restaurants. The market town of Wetherby is within 3½ miles and offers a wider range of everyday facilities with more extensive amenities in Harrogate, Leeds and York. For the commuter, the A1(M) provides access to Leeds and the national road network and Cattal station (less than 5 miles away) provides rail services to Leeds, Harrogate and York.
The West Wing was constructed in the mid 1990s on the footprint of a former barn and archway, part of the original North Farm Estate in the centre of the village. The property was designed in accordance with strict planning requirements to replicate the previous farm buildings whilst at the same time providing a spacious and flexible layout of accommodation. The result is a lovely family house in an attractive courtyard setting, offering well proportioned four bedroom accommodation together with carefully maintained gardens and grounds which extend in total to just over 2 acres.
The accommodation is arranged over two floors and includes a reception hall, cloakroom, sitting room, snug/study, garden room, dining room, breakfast kitchen and a utility room. On the first floor is a galleried landing, principal bedroom with a dressing room and an en suite shower room, guest bedroom with an en suite shower room, two additional bedrooms and a house bathroom.
Outside, the property is approached through a gated entrance where there is a block paved courtyard which provides extensive parking and leads up to the double garage which has a useful games room/office above. There is a lawned garden to the front and a superb garden to the rear, again being lawned with a small pond and greenhouse.
Beyond, there is a Goodricks stable block (providing two stables and a tack room) which leads into a large paddock, extending in its own right to approximately 1¾ acres and offering an excellent facility for those with equestrian/livestock interests.