Impressive character Gothic style home with history. Five bedrooms and four reception rooms enjoying the convenience of a central location in Great Ayton. Read more
Impressive character Gothic style home with history. Five bedrooms and four reception rooms enjoying the convenience of a central location in Great Ayton.
Built in 1880 and located in the centre of Great Ayton this Gothic style property offers both character and convenience. Designed by renowned Quaker architect, Alfred Waterhouse, who is famed for the Natural History Museum the property was originally two semi detached properties that have been combined into one spacious and well proportioned property. Situated on Station Road the property enjoys the convenience of being able to walk to the High Street and amenities. The interior offers an abundance of space briefly comprising; entrance hall, living room with conservatory, modern kitchen breakfast room with integrated appliances, dining room, family room, sitting room, utility room and shower room. On the first floor there are five well sized bedrooms and modern bathroom with separate shower. The property is set in mature and well stocked gardens and further benefits from; gas central heating and double glazing.