Dating back to 1861 this former vicarage is a fabulous double fronted character home set in the idyllic village of Ingelby Greenhow. With over 3000 sq ft of living space beautifully refurbished it is an ideal family home. Read more
Dating back to 1861 this former vicarage is a fabulous double fronted character home set in the idyllic village of Ingelby Greenhow. With over 3000 sq ft of living space beautifully refurbished it is an ideal family home.
Dating back to 1861 this former vicarage has been refurbished and restored by the current owners to provide a fabulous double fronted character home. Located in the idyllic village of Ingleby Greenhow on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors this is an ideal family home with over 3000 sq ft of living space. A vaulted entrance vestibule leads to the sitting area with solid wood flooring and a double side log burner to the open plan dining area. A living room with double aspect has an inset log burner, study/play room, cloakroom and modern kitchen breakfast with range cooker and extractor and utility room. On the first floor there are five double bedrooms, two with en suite showers and a large family bathroom with wet shower and free standing bath with chrome standpipe and mixer. On the second floor there is a master suite with walk in wardrobe, bifold doors to a roof terrace overlooking the moors and an en suite bathroom with separate shower and whirlpool bath. Externally a gravelled driveway leads to parking with access to well established gardens with tree house, stone terrace, lawns, bimass boiler house and a brick built garage/workshop. The property benefits from a biomass boiler providing heating and hot water. Ingleby Greenhow is an idyllic village on the outskirts of Great Ayton offering access to the North Yorkshire Moors for walkers and cyclists. The village has a well known pub/restaurant, The Dudley Arms and a village primary school. It is also conveniently located for access to Stokesley and Great Ayton centres as well as access to the A19, A172 for travel North and South. Council tax band D