Willow Garth, Eastrington, East Yorkshire, DN14


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Spacious OPEN-PLAN kitchen, dining, living and sun rooms.Planning permission to build over the garage - so adding valueCurrently 4 bedrooms – could be 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and walk-in wardrobe.Double garage with brand-new electric roller shutter door.Large block paved driveway with space for 4 vehicles.Sought-after, quiet end of cul-de-sac location.Modern air-sourced heating system saves approximately £400 per year on fuel billsFantastic storage areas (walk-in closet, double width built-in coat cupboard, boarded out loft)Village Location with superb school, rural walks, nature reserve, railway station, bus links and proximity to M62.


A modern and spacious four bedroomed family home set at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in this ever popular village location.

With planning permission to add value by building over the garage to create five bedrooms with four bathrooms plus a walk-in wardrobe.

Every room has recently been repainted, a brand new sun room has been built, new garage doors and side gate installed, new door handles, sockets and switches fitted, new kitchen worktop, hob, sink, taps, floor and washing machine installed and a new patio laid.

To the front there is a lawned area with mature shrubs and trees, a double garage with a brand-new electric roller shutter door plus high quality block-paved drive which can easily accommodate four vehicles with space to spare.

The ground floor offers an open plan kitchen/ dining/ living/ sun room area; office/ snug, W/C and a fantastic double-width storage space perfect for coats and shoes. There is a bay window in the living room overlooking the front garden and brand-new patio doors leading to an Indian Stone patio area with views of the rear garden.

Upstairs features a house bathroom with oversized bath, a walk-in closet/ wardrobe, four bedrooms, the master having the benefit of a modern ensuite and panic button installed. The loft is boarded out to facilitate further storage.

The generously sized garden is mainly laid to grass and if required gives pedestrian access on to Holmes Park. A security alarm is fitted together with external lighting to both front and rear.

The property benefits from a modern air-sourced heating system which saves approximately £400 pounds in fuel bills per year compared to gas, and has just been upgraded (more details available). Alternatively, quotes have been obtained that show a gas connection could be made and meter installed for £994 including VAT.

Excellent village location with superb school, rural walks, nature reserve, railway station, bus links and close proximity to M62.




Timber front entrance door with glazed opaque insert leads into 


With stairs rising to first floor accommodation, oak effect laminate wood flooring, under stairs storage cupboard, central heating radiator, extremely useful cloaks cupboard with storage and hanging rail and internal doors leading off. 

OFFICE 7' 10" x 6' 4" (2.39m x 1.93m) 

Having central heating radiator and Upvc double glazed leaded window overlooking the front. 

GROUND FLOOR W.C. 6' 0" x 3' 4" (1.83m x 1.02m) 

With contemporary white suite comprising vanity wash hand basin with contemporary style mixer tap and good quality ceramic splash back tiling, dual low level flush W.C., stainless steel heated towel rail, coving to the ceiling, oak effect laminate wood flooring and Upvc double glazed leaded opaque window to the front. 

LOUNGE 19' 5 max" x 11' 6" (5.92m x 3.51m) 

Double doors from the hallway lead into lounge with oak effect laminate wood flooring, coving to the ceiling, walk in Upvc double glazed leaded bay window overlooking the front. Double doors lead into 

DINING KITCHEN 9' 8" x 26' 3" (2.95m x 8m) 

Open plan dining kitchen fitted with cream wall, base and display units with gothic style door and drawer furniture, grey oak-effect food preparation surfaces with co-ordinating ceramic splash back tiling, stainless steel sink with contemporary style mixer tap, integrated electric oven with four ring electric hob and stainless steel chimney style extractor hood above, integrated dishwasher and automatic washing machine. With twin ceiling mounted spotlights to kitchen area, coving to the ceiling, two central heating radiators, dado rails, two Upvc double glazed leaded windows overlooking the rear, Upvc rear door with double glazed leaded insert opens out into rear garden. Leading into


Brand-new sun room with tiled roof, large dwarf window and spot-lights.  Upvc double glazed patio doors opening out into York-paved patio area



Attractive turning staircase with painted timber spindles and balustrade leads to landing with two integral storage cupboards one containing high pressure hot water cylinder and fitted with storage shelving whilst the second is a spacious walk in closet/ wardrobe with fitted storage shelving. Internal doors leading off. 

BEDROOM ONE 14' 0" x 11' 6" (4.27m x 3.51m) 

With central heating radiator and Upvc double glazed leaded window overlooking the front. Internal door leads into 

EN SUITE 8' 1 max" x 5' 2" (2.46m x 1.57m) 

Modern en suite shower room fitted with modern white suite comprising good quality vanity wash hand basin set in white high gloss unit with contemporary style mixer tap and illuminated vanity mirror, low level flush W.C., step in shower with fitted full body shower. Benefits from ceramic tiled flooring and mosaic style ceramic tiled walls to dado rail height, electric heated towel rail, electric extractor fan and electric shaver point. 

BEDROOM TWO 13' 7" x 9' 5 max" (4.14m x 2.87m) 

Having central heating radiator and Upvc double glazed leaded window providing views over the rear garden. 

BEDROOM THREE 9' 11" x 9' 2" (3.02m x 2.79m) 

Having central heating radiator and Upvc double glazed leaded window providing views over the rear. 

BEDROOM FOUR 8' 0" x 9' 1" (2.44m x 2.77m) 

Having central heating radiator and Upvc double glazed leaded window to the front. 

HOUSE BATHROOM 9' 10 max" x 7' 1" (3m x 2.16m) 

Superb house bathroom fitted with modern white suite comprising dual low level flush W.C., good quality vanity wash hand basin set in white high gloss unit with antique effect mixer tap, panelled OVERSIZE bath with centrally fitted antique effect mixer tap and telephone style shower attachment. Benefits from fully tiled walls and flooring with inset mosaic style dado rail and full wall mirror to bath, central heating radiator, additional towel rail and Upvc double glazed opaque window to the rear. 



The front of the property is open plan, fitted with block paving providing multi-vehicle off street parking and step up to front door with storm porch and courtesy lighting. To the side is a double brick garage with up and over door, outside security light and having the benefit of both power and light connected with timber access gate leading to the side and rear. 


To the rear is a good sized fully enclosed lawned garden with good quality perimeter fencing with a variety of mature shrubs and trees. Attractive paved walkway and raised patio area, personal access door into garage fitted with storage shelving and useful eaves storage space, outside security lights and cold water supply. 


The vendor has advised us that the property for sale is Freehold, obviously this should be checked with your legal advisor prior to commitment to purchase. 

41 Willow Garth’s Heating System

41 Willow Garth’s heating is generated by an air sourced pump which saves on average £455 to £485 per year combined in electricity and gas bills (*Sourced from Energy Saving Trust, figures based on fuel prices as of April 2017.)   Only last year it had its main part fully replaced (see attached invoice) so is in excellent working order.  There is also a CO2 saving.

What is air sourced heating system?

Heat pumps move heat from one place to another by using a compressor and a circulating structure of liquid or gas refrigerant, through which heat is extracted from outside sources and pumped indoors.

Pumping the heat uses less electricity as compared to when electricity is solely used as a means to convert it. 

Advantages of Air -sourced Heating Systems

1. Lower Running Costs

Heat pumps are cheaper to run than systems based on combustion. The more energy efficient the systems are, the greater long term savings on energy. Despite the fact that the prices of ground source heat pumps can go up to even £20,000, this friendly environmentally investment can help you save up to £1,400 per year. 

2. Less Maintenance

Heat pumps require less maintenance than the combustion heating systems. Regularly, once a year, some certain details of the system have to be checked, which could be easily accomplished by yourself. A professional installer, on the other hand, has to check every three or five years.

3. Safety

Heat pumps are safer than combustion-based heating systems.

4. Carbon Emissions

Heat pump system reduces your carbon emissions and it has an efficient conversion rate of energy to heat.

5. Long Life-Span

The life-span of heat pumps is relatively long, up to 50 years, however the average life-span is somewhere between 14 to 15 years which compares well to gas boilers. They are exceptionally reliable and steady source of heat.  41 Willow Garth has regular services and its main part replaced only last year so is in excellent health


1. High Upfront Cost

Heat pumps have a large upfront cost, but on the other hand, their operating costs translate to long-term savings on energy bills and lead to a path of reduced carbon emissions.  41 Willow Garth has already had its pump fitted so this does not apply.

2. Difficult to Install

Heat pumps are fairly difficult to install considering that research must be made in order to understand the movement of heat, local geology, specifically for ground source heat pumps and the heating and cooling requirements for your household.  Again, this doe not apply because it has already been fitted.

3. Questionable Sustainability

Some of the used fluids for heat transfer are of questionable sustainability and thus raise environmental concerns, therefore it is recommended to use biodegradable fluids.   41 Willow Garth uses those fluids provided by the manufacturer.

4. Significant Work

The installation process requires significant work and disruption to your house and garden. A pertinent example would be that penetrations have to be made through the building cladding.   Again, this has already been done.

5. Cold Weather

Some heat pumps experience issues in cold areas, which can ultimately damage the system, thus full heat pumps efficiency in the cold weather cannot be reached. Although, there are possibilities of an upgraded heat pump system that surmounts this problem.   To do this with the Willow Garth System simply press the blue button during times it may freeze which switches to frost free mode.

6. Carbon Neutral

Heat pumps heavily rely on electricity to operate, implying that they will never be entirely carbon neutral. However, since heat pumps are electric, they represent a perfect fit for solar applications. This is an effective carbon free model. Coupled together with solar panels, heat pumps could lead to a zero net energy. 

7. Planning Permissions

Special planning permissions are required in Wales and Northern Ireland, whilst in England and Scotland, it depends on your location and size of your property.  Yes, planning permission was obtained.

8. Noise

The heat pump makes a low hum in the garden when in operation, but if it bothers you it can be turned off, and during the summer months when you are in the garden, it is unlikely you will have the heating on anyway.

(Information sourced from greenmatch.co.uk/blog/2014/08/heat-pumps-7-advantages-and-disadvantages)

What if you still prefer gas?

Just outside 41 Willow Garth is the gas mains.  Available are quotes from companies showing it would cost approximately £994 for the pipework to be fitted to the house.  The only other costs would be the boiler and water tank as the existing radiators and pipework could be used.

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