Silver Street, Huggate, York


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4


Occupying a superb plot that extends to approximately 1.7 acres in total and enjoys an attractive outlook to the front over the village mere, this highly individual period property offers spacious accommodation that has been well maintained that now offers a opportunity for internal modernisation and reconfiguration of the accommodation.

In addition to the centrally heated and double glazed accommodation, Mereside House also enjoys a good range of outbuildings including the triple garage which in the agents opinion offers potential for conversion to an annexe if required (subject to planning consent).


Nestling in the beautiful wolds countryside approximately seven miles from the busy market town of Pocklington is the picturesque village of Huggate, the subject of several of David Hockneys paintings. St Marys Church with its splendid 14th century tower and spire overlooks the village, its lovely duck pond and the village green which is home to one of the deepest wells in England. Being close to the Wolds Way the area is very popular with walkers as is the Wolds Inn a welcoming pub.

Entrance Hall

With under stairs storage cupboard, PVCU double glazed front door and staircase leading off.

Sitting Room

14'3 x 11'7 (4.34m x 3.53m)

With single radiator, open fire set in a stone fireplace and exposed beams to the ceiling.


14'11 x 11'5 (4.55m x 3.48m)

With log burner set in a recess fireplace, exposed beams to the ceiling, TV aerial point, under stairs storage cupboard and alcove cupboard.


12'5 x 11'9 (3.78m x 3.58m)

Fitted with a range of medium oak units including base and wall cupboards, double draining stainless steel sink, electric cooker point and double radiator.

Rear Hall

With PVCU double glazed rear entrance door, single radiator and doors leading off to:


With low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.


With modern suite including 'P' shaped bath with mixer tap, shower spray attachment and screen over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, laundry cupboard having space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, half tiled walls and a electric heater.

Bedroom Three

11'8 x 7'6 (3.56m x 2.29m)

With pedestal wash hand basin and exposed beams to the ceiling.

Bedroom Four

11'2 x 7'6 (3.40m x 2.29m)

With wash hand basin and beams to the ceiling.

Games Room

25'4 x 21'4 max (7.72m x 6.50m max)

This large 'L' shaped room includes a fitted bar and shelving, open fire, exposed beams and double radiator. Double doors into:


21'10 x 8'9 (6.65m x 2.67m)

With ceramic tiled floor, two wall light points and door opening to the garden.


With double radiator and access to the roof space.

Bedroom One

12'4 x 11' max (3.76m x 3.35m max)

With single radiator and large built-in wardrobe providing hanging and storage space.

En-Suite Shower Room

With shower cubicle, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Bedroom Two

12'5 x 7'10 (3.78m x 2.39m)

With built-in wardrobe, airing cupboard housing the hot water tank equipped with electric immersion heater.

En-Suite Shower Room

With shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin.

Potential Additional Accommodation

This part of the first floor is fully boarded and plastered. It offers potential for further bedroom or general living accommodation.


Mereside House enjoys a large plot that includes an area of informal lawned garden beyond which lies a paddock. In total the site extends to just over 1.7 acres.


To the front of the site stands a substantial brick and tile building that currently provides garaging for up to three vehicles. It is divided into two separate spaces the first being a large garage/workshop 20'3 x 16'8 with power and light connected. The second space enjoys two double timber doors and measures 20'9 x 18'7 .

Nearby stands a useful brick tile log and cole store with two separate areas. The coal store measures 7'11 x 10'2 and the log store which is open fronted is 11'8 x 8'2 .


Mains water electricity and drainage are all connected to the property. Central heating is from a solid fuel system.

Council Tax

Council Tax is payable to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The property is currently shown as listed in Council tax Band 'F'.


The property is Freehold and offered with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion.


Strictly by appointment through the Agents on 01377 241919.

Disclaimer: Dee Atkinson & Harrison for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a Contract. No person in the employment of Dee Atkinson & Harrison has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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