£695,000

5 bed House for sale in Elmgarth, Main Street, Appleton Roebuck, York

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Key Features

  • Detached village residence
  • Modernised layout
  • Five bedrooms
  • Master with en-suite
  • Cellar
  • Detached garage & driveway
  • Fully enclosed rear garden
  • Tadcaster Grammar School catchment
Built in the early 1920's Elmgarth is a prominent feature of the beautiful Main Street of Appleton Roebuck, York. Having recently been extended, this beautiful home, full of charm and character, now offers the ideal layout for modern family life. Beyond the welcoming entrance hall and double reception rooms to the front of the property, a newly constructed, open plan kitchen diner features large sliding doors leading to a stone patio and lawned rear garden beyond. The addition of a large boot room, a separate utility room and a ground floor WC, complete the ground floor accommodation.



To the first floor, the master bedroom positioned to the front of the property boasts views across the village green, as well as having an en suite shower room. Four further bedrooms are served by the house bathroom.



Externally, a gravel driveway allows parking for numerous vehicles and leads to a newly constructed brick built garage, with pan tiled roof. The well-stocked, lawned front garden adds a huge amount of character to the prominent façade of this period home. The fully enclosed rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with an Indian stone patio, providing ideal al fresco dining areas for the warmer months.



Elmgarth is sold with no onward chain.



Stepping inside the front door is a welcoming hallway with engineered oak flooring and a spindled staircase to the first floor. Either side of the hall, two spacious reception rooms are flooded with natural light from large bay windows and smaller side windows. The focal point in each room is the traditional fireplace, with an open fire, timber surround and marble hearth in the sitting room and a log burner in a Victorian style fireplace with decorative tiles, in the dining room.

Continuing along the hall, is a bright and modern kitchen/diner comprising of a large range of Burford Cashmere wall and base units, including a wine rack and pantry style cupboards. Integral appliances include a Blomberg double oven and a Neff ceramic hob with extractor above, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The breakfast bar has contrasting Ivory coloured units and benefits from an integrated sink and Ocean White Quartzs work tops. The kitchen opens to a spacious dining and seating area perfect for entertaining. Flooding the dining area with natural light is a self-cleaning, roof lantern complete with antiglare glass. Sliding doors bring the outside in, opening to the Indian Stone patio and the rear garden beyond.

Another recent addition to this period home, the modern, family boot room will delight families, as well as dog walkers, as it offers an abundance of storage and nonslip, easy maintenance flooring. There is an external door leading to the driveway at the side of the property.

A laundry room can be accessed from the boot room as well as the kitchen diner. Tucked neatly behind a cupboard door is the LPG central heating boiler, plumbing has been provided for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. From the laundry room is a ground floor cloakroom, fitted with a low level WC and hand wash basin.

The cellar is another bonus to this property. A versatile space, once used to keep food cool, and currently used as a wine cellar. This is a practical space adding to the home, with an automatic pump to protect the cellar from the natural rising and falling of the water table.

From the entrance hall, a spindled staircase leads to the landing, giving access to the five bedrooms and family bathroom. A linen cupboard houses the hot water tank and a hatch opens to the insulated loft which is fitted with a ladder, light and partial boarding.

The Master bedroom is located to the front of the property with two portrait windows overlook the Main Street and the village green beyond. Within keeping of the style of property, this room has high ceilings and skirting boards, a picture rail and benefits from fitted wardrobes. The en suite shower room is fitted with a three piece suite and heated towel rail, white fully tiled walls, contrasting floor tiles and frosted window.



Bedroom two, also to the front of the property is another generous double room with equal character to the master bedroom. Dual aspect windows flood this room with sunlight and provide a lovely view over the garden and across to the village green. A storage seat built into the alcove also adds to the charm.

Bedroom three is situated at the rear of the property, currently set up with a cabin bed but is generous enough in size to accommodate a double bed. A large uPVC window overlooks the rear garden.



Bedrooms four and five are generous single rooms, one to the side of the property and one to the rear, both fitted with built in wardrobes.



The house bathroom is fitted with a white three piece suit comprising a bath with shower over and folding glass screen, a low level WC and a wash hand basin which sits beneath a large opaque window. Also added is a heated towel rail, fully tiled walls in a neutral colour contrasting with the floor tiles.

Externally, a gravel driveway allows parking for numerous vehicles and leads to a newly constructed brick built garage, with pan tiled roof. The well-stocked, lawned front garden adds a huge amount of character to the prominent façade of this period home. The fully enclosed rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with an Indian stone patio, providing ideal al fresco dining areas for the warmer months.

Stamp Duty Due *

Based on a sale price of £695,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:

£24,750

What is Stamp Duty and how is it calculated?

* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.

Further Details

  • Status: Available
  • Reference: 103303000579

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