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Cropton, Near Pickering
- Recently Updated and Well Presented Accommodation
- Beautiful Rural Position with Outstanding Views
- Set in 11 Acres
- Large Breakfast Kitchen
- Sitting Room with Multi Fuel Stove
- Four Bedrooms
- Two with En-Suite
- Detached Garage
- Stable Block to Include Three Looseboxes
- Tack Room and Hay Store
- Ample Off-Street Parking
Constructed from stone and under a slate roof the main house is believed to be Victorian with the accommodation later extended into the attached stone buildings to the side. The property has recently undergone a scheme of improvements with redecoration throughout, replaced and additional double glazing and new multi fuel stoves to the ground floor, making for a very spacious family home providing over 2,200 sq. of accommodation in total.
The accommodation briefly comprises of; entrance hall, sitting room with multi-fuel stove, dining room, and large breakfast kitchen with fitted units and granite worktops, cosy living room with multi fuel stove, large utility, cloakroom and further store room. The First Floor is divided into two independent areas, one with three double bedrooms, including one with en-suite shower room, study and house shower room. The other is accessed via a staircase in the kitchen and is arranged as a Master Suite, with large double bedroom and separate bathroom with freestanding roll top bath and separate shower.
Outside there is a small terraced garden to the front and a number of useful attached traditional stone outbuildings to the western edge. Informal enquiries have been made to the North York Moors planning department regarding the buildings suitability for conversion into accommodation, or as an annexe/potential holiday let, with the response being generally favorable. Further up the track is a detached garage and a further outbuilding which has been enlarged and would be an ideal study/studio or home gym. The stables are located up a private track to the south west of the property and make up a substantial block with three loose boxes; including one which is unusually large, tack room, hay store and further general store. There is electric light and power – powered by a generator, and a water supply. The land is easily accessed from the property and surrounds Laurel Lodge on the northern and western boundaries. The land comprises of four fields, and includes a mixture of level pasture land, ideal for grazing, an area of mature woodland and further grazing land located on the hillside; which is steep but usable.
Cropton is a pretty village located on the southern fringes of the north York Moors National Park and is characterized by a main street lined with traditional stone cottages. Laurel Lodge stands on the far western corner, at the top of Cropton Bank. All amenities can be found close by in the market towns of