A most handsome detached family house in a mature and generous plot which enjoys a prominent position overlooking Low Green. The sought after village of Great Ayton has excellent local amenities and is just 3 miles from Stokesley.
Enjoying a superb position overlooking one of the two village greens, South View is one of just four individual and substantial stand- alone houses. The property provides significant and well- presented living accommodation of almost 2,300 square feet, designed very much with a modern family in mind yet providing the substance and proportion normally only found in much older properties.
Accommodation comprises:-Entrance and reception hall, sitting room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, study/snug, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk in wardrobe, three further double bedrooms, a family bathroom, private drive, parking, mature gardens to the front and rear.
Approached along a private drive with plentiful parking, the house enjoys a commanding position in the centre of mature and well- timbered grounds. The accommodation is large without being rambling with an impressive reception hall and elegant turned staircase with full height ceiling and galleried landing. There is a superb and very well equipped Smallbone kitchen and a good sized dining room for more formal entertaining. The sitting room enjoys a triple aspect and has French windows to the rear garden and showcases an elegant fireplace. There is also a good sized study/ snug and ground floor cloakroom.
Upstairs the feeling of space and light continues with four double bedrooms, many with twin aspect views. The Master is of particularly generous proportions and features a walk-in-wardrobe and large en suite bathroom. There is a modern family bathroom. Mature gardens offer privacy and a tranquil setting with a paved terrace seating area to the rear, ideal for alfresco entertaining.
Great Ayton is a very pretty and extremely well served village on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, perhaps best known for its beautiful, natural countryside including Roseberry Topping and Captain Cook Monuments and offers a wealth of walks on its doorstep. The village is a thriving community with active tennis and bowling clubs and includes a number of public houses, cafes, restaurants and shops together with a primary school (rated outstanding by Ofsted), library, post office, church and doctor’s surgery. There are two very attractive village greens. The historic market town of Stokesley is just three miles away and Middlesbrough is approximately eight miles away. There is a well- served train station in Great Ayton which offers regular services and connects with the main line stations at Northallerton and Darlington providing a fast service to Newcastle, Edinburgh and London Kings Cross. The road links are superb, with the A19, A66 and A1 providing access to Teesside, Newcastle, Durham, York, Harrogate and Leeds.