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- Superbly Situated Character Property
- Stunning Sea & Costal Views
- Set in 1.6 Acres of Grounds & Land
- Three Bedrooms
- Dual Aspect Sitting Room
- Integral Garage & Off Street Parking
- Scope for Improvement
- No Onward Chain
As the name suggests School Cottage started life in the mid 1800’s as the village school before undergoing renovation some 30 years ago to create a comfortable two storey home with a versatile range of accommodation. Whilst now in need of some cosmetic improvement, there is considerable scope to both enlarge and upgrade the current accommodation, subject to obtaining all necessary planning consents. The property offers an increasingly rare opportunity for a buyer to purchase a unique property within a sought after location where almost every room affords incomparable views.
The accommodation amounts to approximately 1,650 sq ft and comprises entrance hall, large living room with a dual aspect and oil fired stove, breakfast kitchen, dining room, utility with WC and cloakroom and a ground floor bedroom. On the first floor; large dual aspect double bedroom with joiner built storage, house shower room with separate WC and a further large double bedroom, currently subdivided to create a further storage room to the far end. Adjoining the property is a large integral garage with storage room which lends itself to being reconfigured to enlarge the current accommodation if required.
School Cottage is located down Robin Hood Road a quiet lane off the main Road into Ravenscar. There is parking to the front of the property on a tarmac area and within the integral garage. In total the property sits in 1.6 acres, with mature gardens to the rear and southern side and a grass paddock of approximately one acre.
Ravenscar is a peaceful, rural village set within the North York Moors National Park, some 10 miles north of the seaside town of Scarborough, 14 miles from Whitby and is renowned for its spectacular views over Robin Hoods Bay and the Heritage Coastline. As well as being in the National Park, much of the land around the village is owned by the National Trust and the Cleveland Way, Lyke Wake Walk and the Whitby to Scarborough cinder track follows the coastline. Ravenscar benefits from a Parish Church, Village Hall, National Trust Visitors Centre, Country House Hotel, Village Tea Rooms and part time post office facilities.