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The Terrace, Oswaldkirk
- Charming village property
- Stone built detached house set in an elevated position
- Panoramic views
- Four bedrooms
- Range of useful stone outhouses
- Attractive gardens
- Off street parking
- Oil fired central heating
- No Onward Chain
Rigg Cottage is a beautifully situated village house, occupying an elevated position within Oswaldkirk. This detached property is constructed of stone elevations with attractive mullioned windows and most likely dates from the late 18th Century. Having started life as a pair of cottages, it has since been sympathetically converted and extended and now represents a spacious and versatile family home.
An especially appealing aspect of the property is its wonderful position, facing south and enjoying panoramic views across open countryside towards the village of Gilling and beyond.
In brief summary the accommodation comprises, to the ground floor: entrance vestibule, entrance hall, kitchen, utility room, pantry, dining/living room, cloakroom. To the first floor is a lovely drawing room with double aspect patio doors, two double bedrooms, shower room and a master bedroom with dressing room (or occasional bedroom four) and a ‘Jack and Jill’ en-suite bathroom.
Externally the property is set in 0.4 acres of lovely gardens and grounds, which are mature, spacious, well sheltered and private. There is a vegetable patch, lawned garden, several patio areas and there is the benefit of a well positioned summer house and greenhouse.
There is the benefit of a vehicular access to the rear providing additional parking, together with a number of useful stone built stores, workshop and outbuildings with could easily be adapted to office accommodation, subject to securing the necessary consents.
Oswaldkirk is a pretty village, situated on the southern slopes of the Hambleton Hills, some three miles to the east of Ampleforth. The village straddles the border of the North York Moors National Park to the north, and the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the south and is well placed for easy access to the Georgian market town of Helmsley. Amenities available in the village include a public house and both Catholic and Anglican churches. The historic city of York is only 20 miles south and has a wide range of services and amentites, including the main line train station offering services to London and Edinburgh in under two hours