A significant detached village house dating back to the 17th Century, providing beautifully maintained and versatile accommodation including an annexe, with views over the pretty village green.
York - 6.7
Selby - 7.8
Leeds - 26.4
Harmony House is an impressive detached house overlooking the Green with an abundance of attractive period features and charm a range of versatile living spaces and 5 well-proportioned bedrooms, served by 4 stylish en-suite bath/shower rooms plus a one bedroomed annex. The property has always been known as the ‘hub of the village’ and the current family kitchen was once the village post office. Parts of the property date back to the 1600's but much has changed since then with sympathetic interior modernisation still retaining many original characteristics.
Harmony House also benefits from an additional self-contained annexe which can be used to generate an additional income for the property or provide useful guest accommodation. The current owners also use a couple of rooms in the house as a life style gold award B&B, but it has not been adapted in any way.
To the rear there is a selection of outbuildings which provide garaging, stores and a workshop or games room. There is also a large patio garden and a paved parking area which could be easily incorporated into the patio to form a larger garden.
The village of Stillingfleet, which was mentioned as Steflingefled in the Domesday Book, benefits from a range of local amenities and is well placed on the South side of York for York University, Selby, the Designer Outlet, the A64 and motorways. The property is in the catchment area for the highly regarded Naburn Church of England Primary School and Fulford Secondary School