An attractive stone built double fronted period cottage with a large rear garden extending into woodland, incorporating a timber outbuilding with development potential. Situated on the main street in this popular and well served village on the edge of the National Park.
Glenwood is one of many traditional stone built cottages that line the main street in this pretty North Yorkshire village but few have such a large garden to the rear and indeed a separate outbuilding with potential for conversion into a standalone dwelling. The building in question is in poor condition but planning permission was granted on the 29th April 2015 (Ref: NYM/2015/0160/FL) for a replacement dwelling of a similar size, subject to a number of restrictions (more details available on request). There is also an opportunity to rebuild the existing structure and create a garden lodge, summer house, or guest annex if desired.
Glenwood itself is arranged over 3 floors and offers surprisingly generous and well-proportioned accommodation, enhanced by a number of period features including large timber sash windows and beamed ceilings. The property would benefit from re-decoration but offers excellent potential for further development. There are up to 4 bedrooms, a house bathroom and versatile laundry room/store. The house stands up from the village road with a driveway to one side leading to a parking space and single garage.
Ampleforth is a sought after village, well known for its excellent range of facilities, including a post office and shop, several gastro pubs, doctors surgery and the eponymous college.