Beckside is a stylish detached residence idyllically situated in an attractive rural position with wonderful views across the Vale of Pickering and towards the Wolds, yet only a short drive from the centre of this well-served and thriving market town.
Converted from a range of traditional outbuildings almost twenty years ago the conversion was undertaken with flair and imagination, with an emphasis placed on creating a property that is both spacious and exceptionally light, whilst incorporating many character touches including solid oak joinery throughout and exposed stone work with feature recesses.
Well maintained and beautifully presented the accommodation amounts to approximately 1,900 square feet and briefly comprises; Entrance Porch, Hallway with Utility room and cloakroom, breakfast kitchen with door opening out onto the front garden, impressive dining hall, Garden Room and Sitting Room with gas fire. Upstairs are three large double bedrooms, including Master with en-suite bathroom and a further house shower room.
Adjacent to the property is a detached garage block with twin garages and a large overhead loft. Adjoining the garage is a two storey annexe - currently utilised as home office and hobby room, the annexe could be adapted to suit any number of requirement.
The property faces south and stands in large grounds amounting to approximately two acres including attractive mature lawned garden, sheltered walled garden and a grass paddock measuring 1.5 acres which has road frontage and an additional access onto Lendales Lane, and is ideal for those with equestrian or small holding interests.
Beckside is situated in a rural position in open countryside within the Vale of Pickering, yet is only a mile from Pickering.
Pickering, known as 'The Gateway to the Moors' is a charming market town with a wide range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, sports centre, restaurants, public houses and an array of retailers. The town also boasts a number of visitor attractions. There is the terminus of the North York Moors Railway, an 18 mile steam railway running through the spectacular scenery of the Moors. There is a 12th century castle, a museum of rural life and a busy weekly market.
The historic City of York is situated about 30 miles to the south and provides a wide range of services and amenities including a main line train service to London Kings Cross and Edinburgh in less than 2 hours.
Please note that the location shown on the location plan is slightly incorrect. Backside stands some 500metres to the south of the pin-drop.