Steeped in history, this home dates back to 1632 and has been thoughtfully extended and renovated in more recent years, seamlessly blending period charm with modern comforts. From the Farrow & Ball Paint adorning the walls to the bespoke kitchen with Miele appliances, no detail has been overlooked.
Upon entering the home, you'll be greeted by the beautiful kitchen/diner, exuding a delightful cottage feel. The kitchen is completed with Miele appliances, including a fridge freezer, dishwasher, and there is also a pantry cupboard. Connected to the kitchen is an inner hall, leading to a convenient W/C housing the washer and dryer. Additionally, this hall grants access to a formal dining room and a versatile ground floor bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. The spiral staircase in this bedroom leads up to an attic room, offering a private retreat that's ideal for teenagers or a creative workspace.
Continuing along the ground floor, Chimes Cottage boasts a cozy sitting room with an atmospheric log burner and exposed beams, creating a warm and inviting ambiance. Adjacent, you'll find a great snug/office area, perfect for unwinding or attending to work tasks. Another ground floor bedroom awaits beyond the sitting room, providing flexibility of additional living space if preferred.
Ascending to the first floor, you'll discover the main bedroom, complete with a walk-in wardrobe for added convenience, as well as two additional double bedrooms, all featuring comfortable Hypnos beds, providing ample space for family or guests. The first floor also encompasses a generous bathroom, featuring a four-piece suite and underfloor heating.
There are options for parking with a rear driveway as well as off-street parking available to the front of the property. The delightful lawned garden and patio area are bathed in sunlight throughout the afternoon, creating an idyllic space for outdoor fun and entertaining. The garden features apple trees along with a brick store for convenient storage. Hammock posts at the bottom of the garden offer a tranquil spot to relax and unwind.
Location: Nestled on the southern edge of the North York Moors National Park in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Coxwold is a beautiful estate village that sits midway between the market towns of Helmsley and Thirsk. Belonging once to Newburgh Priory and set in rolling countryside, it is close to where the White Horse of Kilburn stands guard on an escarpment of the Hambleton Hills. Coxwold has probably the finest village church in Yorkshire with a history dating back to the 8th century, a popular pub â€“ the Fauconberg Arms - tea rooms, a thriving village hall, local garage, playing fields and tennis courts. A primary school can be found at neighbouring Husthwaite, and both Easingwold Comprehensive school and Ampleforth College lie within a fifteen minute drive. Nearby are some of the countryâ€™s finest gastronomic pubs, including The Black Swan at Oldstead, recently voted the worldâ€™s best restaurant and only two miles away.
Furnishings: Unfurnished/ Part Furnished by negotiation.
Heating: Oil Fired Central Heating
Parking: On-Street and Rear Driveway Parking
Local Authority: North Yorkshire County Council
Council Tax Band: Band G
Pets: A dog may be considered
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Photographs, particulars, and floor plan: July 2023.
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