Bramblewick is a truly individual detached dwelling in a delightful setting off the Main Street of this traditional Yorkshire Wolds village individually designed and built by the current owners. Quality and tradition has very much been the theme during the build which took place in 2010 to create a generous home which in total extends to approx 0.24 acres. The formal garden to the immediate rear is relatively modest however offset to the rear of the driveway the site opens into a fully enclosed yarded area extending to approx 5772 sq ft/536 sq m/0.132 acres offering excellent potential in different ways.
GENERAL East Lutton is one of the villages along the Great Wold Valley that runs between the villages of Duggleby and Foxholes; the Gypsey Race stream runs through the village on the verge side and provides an attractive feature. The market town of Malton is located approximately 11 miles to the west, and provides a good range of local facilities. Primary schooling is available in the nearby villages of West Lutton and Weaverthorpe. Driving into the village from West Lutton proceed more or less right through and take the last right onto Park Lane, Bramblewick is on the right side facing east.
RECEPTION HALL Impressive first impression of the inside, generous in size, substantial returning staircase with cupboard beneath. Traditional radiator, exposed beam and wooden flooring.
SITTING/DINING ROOM 35' 2" x 12' 10" (10.72m x 3.91m) Semi divided to create a dining area at the front with traditional radiator and window to the front. The sitting room area is very traditional in its style from wooden floors to the substantial multi fuel stove set in an impressive Inglenook. French doors to the rear.
LIVING/KITCHEN 35' 2" x 15' 1" (10.72m x 4.6m) Again very traditional in its style and layout with a handmade range of base and wall cupboards, deep timber work surfaces, substantial solid fuel Rayburn stove which provides cooking, hot water and central heating, Aga companion gas/electric cooker, three windows to the side, front and rear windows, exposed beams, wooden flooring.
STUDY 8' 8" x 8' 4" (2.64m x 2.54m) Panelled to half height.
REAR ENTRANCE Tiled floor, velux style roof light. Utility area with plumbing for washing machine.
CLOAKROOM W.C., wash hand basin, heated towel rail.
LANDING 20' 3" x 10' 3" (6.17m x 3.12m) Impressive "gallery" style with window to front, hatch to loft.
BEDROOM ONE 20' 3" x 11' 4" (6.17m x 3.45m) Window to front, period style radiator, exposed beams, built in airing cupboard, period style fireplace.
ENSUITE 11' 4" x 6' 5" (3.45m x 1.96m) Roll back bath, high flush W.C., and traditional wash hand basin, half height paneling, heated towel rail, window to rear.
BEDROOM TWO 13' 4" x 12' 10" (4.06m x 3.91m) Window to front, period style radiator, exposed beam, wash hand basin.
BEDROOM THREE 13' 4" x 12' 10" (4.06m x 3.91m) Window to rear of the property, period style radiator, exposed beam.
FAMILY BATHROOM 10' 3" x 6' 4" (3.12m x 1.93m) Double size shower cubicle, porcelain white and blue sink set onto wooden stand, high level W.C., heated towel rail.
OUTSIDE Parking is available across the front of the property with generous width driveway with handgate leading into the garden. Mostly laid to lawn with timber pathway to the back door and to the decking/patio area. The driveway continues past the garden into a substantial fully enclosed yarded area with a range of timber outbuildings. Gravelled/uncultivated area and concrete hardstanding where outbuildings previously sat.
WORKSHOPS Workshop 1 - 30'0 x 15'0.
Store - 12'0 x 12'0.
Shed - 12'0 x 8'0.
SERVICES Mains electric, septic tank, borehole, water supply, 16 solar panels(4.3kw.)
COUNCIL TAX Band F