Main Street, Burton Salmon

Cottage 3
Guide Price  £325,000

Summary

*** PERIOD FEATURES - POPULAR RURAL SETTING - NO CHAIN - GUIDE PRICE £325,000-£330,000.*** This superb period property is set in the centre of a rural and popular village of Burton Salmon, whilst still being well positioned for transport links this property must be seen to be appreciated. Having many period features and briefly comprising; two large reception rooms, kitchen/ diner and ground floor WC and to the first floor, three well appointed double bedrooms with a shower room off the master bedroom and a large bathroom. Majority single-glazed Georgian style windows and gas central heated system with recently updated boiler. Well enclosed garden with double gated access to the drive providing off-road parking for one vehicle, recently updated laid to lawn area and an outside utility/store room. Convenient for A1/M62/M1 motorway network, Leeds, York and Selby. Overall a fabulous example of a three bedroom detached stone cottage. **Call now 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to arrange your viewing.**

Ground floor

Reception room 4.52m x 4.04m

Focal stone fireplace with tiled hearth used for decorative purposes, feature beams to the ceiling, window seat to the Georgian style single-glazed window facing the front aspect and a further single-glazed window to the side aspect. Two single panelled central heating radiators, stairs to first floor landing, door to kitchen/diner and WC and stable-style entrance door.

WC 1.30m x 0.84m

Tiled floor and half tiled wall with recessed wash hand basin and push flush unit housed WC. Single-glazed frosted window.

Kitchen/diner 5.44m x 3.07m

Having a modern range of cream wall and base units with a wood work surface and splashback tiling. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, recess for a fridge/freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher, integrated double oven and electric hob with extractor concealed overhead. Tiled flooring to the kitchen area with carpet to the dining area, beams to the ceiling, down lighters, single panelled central heating radiator and door to a storage cupboard. Feature window seat to Georgian style single-glazed window to the front aspect, Georgian style single-glazed window to the rear aspect and stable-style entrance door to the rear. Oak door into the lounge.

Lounge 5.56m x 4.11m

Focal fireplace with stone chimney breast and tiled hearth and a recessed cast-iron fire. Two single panelled central heating radiators, feature beams to the ceiling and three wall light points. Two window seats to the Georgian style single-glazed windows facing the front aspect, further Georgian style single-glazed windows to the side and rear aspects and single-glazed double doors opening up to the rear garden.

First floor

Landing 4.17m x 2.01m

Because of its generous size, in the past, this area has been used as a study space. Two single-glazed Georgian style windows to the rear aspect, single panelled central heating radiator and oak doors accessing all rooms.

Master bedroom 5.49m x 4.14m

Single-glazed Georgian style windows to the front, side and rear aspects, two single panelled central heating radiators and oak door to the shower room.

Shower room 1.57m x 0.79m

Single shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled, electric fan heater, extractor, down lighters to the ceiling and a tile effect flooring.

Bedroom two 3.35m x 3.12m

Double bedroom with single-glazed Georgian style window to the front aspect with single panelled central heating radiator beneath.

Bedroom three 4.09mx 2.51m

Double bedroom with single-glazed Georgian style window to the front aspect with single panelled central heating radiator beneath.

Bathroom 2.95m x 1.91m

Four piece suite comprising; large 'Jet-spa' straight panelled bath, single shower enclosure with a bi-fold door, pedestal wash hand basin and push flush WC. Storage cupboard, panelled wall to the half-way point, laminate flooring, beam to the ceiling, down lighters, extractor, single panelled central heating radiator with a towel warmer and single-glazed frosted window to the side aspect.

Exterior

A well enclosed plot with double gated access to a pebbled drive providing off-road parking and having a laid to lawn area. Block-paved rear garden area with pergola and a door accessing a large storage room/utility (6'5"x 10'1") currently having light and power, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, base unit with work surface and stainless steel sink with mixer tap, further storage space and a recently updated wall mounted combi-boiler.

Directions

Leaving our Sherburn office head south on Low Street and continue for approx. two miles through the village of South Milford to the roundabout and then take the third exit continuing on the A162 to the next roundabout (JP Plant Hire). Proceed straight ahead continuing onto A162 heading south for approx. two and a half miles and passing a lake on the left hand side. Just after the lake take the next left hand turn into Burton Salmon onto New Lane which leads onto Main Street where the property can be easily identified by the Emsleys for sale sign.

EPC certificate
EPC certificate

Sherburn in Elmet

Sherburn in Elmet is a popular village situated between Leeds and York with plenty of local amenities, making it an ideal destination for families and older generations. Sherburn has easy access to the motorway network (A1/M1/M62), as well as close proximity to local railway stations including South Milford and Church Fenton.

Our Sherburn branch serves areas including Barkston Ash, Burton Salmon, Church Fenton, Hillam, Monk Fryston, Saxton, Selby and South Milford.

Schools / further education

  • Sherburn High School
  • Selby College
  • Selby High School
  • Tadcaster Grammar School 
  • Brayton High School 
  • Garforth Academy 

Pubs / Restaurants

  • Monk Fryston Hall, Monk Fryston – ideal for a light lunch, afternoon tea or a romantic dinner.
  • The Queen o’ t’ owd Thatch, South Milford –  a modern dining pub serving British cuisine prepared using locally sourced produce.
  • China Palace, South Milford – restaurant serving Chinese cuisine.
  • The Rockingham Arms, Towton – family-run pub offering classic dishes using local ingredients.
  • Saffron, Sherburn in Elmet – authentic Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine available to eat in or take away.
  • The Crooked Billet, Saxton – serves breakfast in the morning and traditional pub grub in the evening – it is also the home of the giant Yorkshire pudding.
  • The Castle Inn, Cawood – a pub serving traditional meals, light bites or buffets for parties. Features a touring caravan park.
  • Plus, there are lots of local pubs in and near the village serving food, as well as several takeaways.

Recreational

  • Leisure – Brayton Barff (an ancient woodland), Skipwith Common (a nature reserve comprising 500 acres of lowland heath, with three waymarked trails), Stillingfeet Lodge Gardens (quintessentially English garden all managed to be as wildlife friendly as possible).
  • History – Selby Abbey (1,000 year old abbey with iconic architecture, sacred space and a vibrant worshiping community), Towton Battlefield (historic location with places to walk), Lotherton Hall (country estate comprising a country house, Edwardian gardens, woodland walks and a bird garden).
  • Sporting – Fitness Motion (gym, fitness classes and personal trainers), Everyman Racing (bespoke driving experiences, cars include Formula 1 Grand Prix, Ferrari, McLaren and more), Sherburn Aero Club (an airfield and flying club where you can learn to fly or admire the skills of a pilot), many local sports clubs and activities.
  • Shopping – Sherburn Centre (local, family-run businesses including bakers, butchers, DIY stores and more), York Centre (hop on the train and enjoy York’s history, shops, bars and restaurants), Designer Outlet (indoor shopping centre on the outskirts of York), Leeds centre (catch a train to take advantage of the wide range of shops, bars and restaurants), Xscape (leisure complex near Castleford with shops, bars, restaurants, cinemas, a snow slope and a bowling alley).
Floorplan

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