Hill Crest, Pickhill, Thirsk

£225,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
GROUND FLOOR Hallway

A frosted double glazed entrance door, doors to Sitting Room and Dining Room and stairs leading to the first floor.

Sitting Room

Double glazed window to the front, an open fire with a stone surround and hearth, double glazed French doors leading out the rear gardens, radiator and coving to the ceiling.

Dining Room (Currently Used as a 4th Bedroom)

Double glazed windows to the front and side, telephone point, coving to the ceiling, shelve built into the recess and door into the Kitchen.

Kitchen

Comprising of a Matching range of base and wall units with a worksurface over having tiled splashbacks, a drainer sink with a mixer tap over, space for a washing machine and an integral fridge & Freezer, a four ring electric induction hob over a Zanussi electric oven and an extractor over. Between the kitchen and sitting room is useful understairs storage and a boiler cupboard with wall mounted shelving.

FIRST FLOOR Landing

Double glazed window to the rear and doors to Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Bathroom and the separate WC.

Bedroom 1

Double glazed window to the front, radiator, built-in overstairs cupboard with hanging rail and shelving, a further built-in airing cupboard housing the immersion heater with 2 shelves over.

Bedroom 2

Double glazed window to the front and side, a hanging rail over the stairs, and a radiator.

Bedroom 3

Double glazed window to the rear and a radiator.

Bathroom

White paneled bath with an electric Mira shower over, pedestal mounted washbasin with tiled walls, recess spotlights, extractor fan, radiator and a frosted double glazed window to the rear.

Separate WC

Low level WC and a double glazed frosted window to the rear.

OUTSIDE Front

There is a graveled parking area and a paved path leading to the front door with a range of shrubs and trees. The path continues to the side of the property into the rear garden.

Rear Garden

Lawned garden with hedge and fenced boundaries, cement block built shed, greenhouse and oil tank, garden tap. Graveled area and a circular paved patio ideal for entertaining and the lawn has mature planted borders with a mixture of flowers and trees.

LOCATION Pickhill is a village in North Yorkshire, England, 6 miles west of Thirsk. It forms part of Hambleton district, and is the only village in the civil Parish of Pickhill with Roxby. The Roman road, Dere Street, passed close to the village following the route of the modern A1(M) motorway. The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Picala. Pickhill with Roxby was a large ancient parish, which comprised the townships of Ainderby Quernhow, Holme, Howe, Pickhill with Roxby, Sinderby and Swainby with Allerthorpe. All these townships became separate civil parishes in 1866. The village used to have a station in the North Eastern Railway region on the Ripon to Northallerton Line. The old Station House can be found on Cross Lane. It was functioning between March 1875 and September 1959.

Roxby is a deserted medieval village about 2 miles west of the village, recorded in 1198. By the 20th century it was reduced to a single farmhouse, Roxby House. The farmhouse was demolished in 1994 to make way for the construction of the A1(M) motorway.

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