A delightful stone-built semi-detached cottage, on the edge of the small village of Appleton-le-Moors, in the heart of the North York Moors National Park.
Surrounded by stunning scenery, this idyllic location is perfect for walking, cycling and touring in this beautiful area of Yorkshire.
Inside this traditional cottage, there is a cosy ambiance with character beams in the sitting room and a tiled floor in the kitchen.
Comfortably furnished, there are two pleasant bedrooms on the first floor whilst the bathroom is situated on the ground floor.
Outside, there is a generous rear lawned garden with mature shrubs and trees, a lovely sheltered spot to sit and relax.
Set in the midst of the Howardian Hills, there is a wonderful network of footpaths and trails to enjoy, a true walker's paradise.
Leave the car behind, don your walking boots and embrace the full benefits that the countryside has to offer.
A two minute walk brings you to the local pub, while the historic market town of Kirkbymoorside is just three miles away.
This popular town offers many independent shops, small cafes and a bustling market day held along the cobbled main street.
Golfers will be impressed with the friendly welcome at Kirkbymoorside Golf Club and the challenging greens will test the best of skills!
Helmsley is a lovely town just a short drive away where you can visit Helmsley Castle and gardens.
A little further afield, there are many attractions including Castle Howard stately home, Duncombe Park and Nunnington Hall.
The Abbeys of Rievaulx and Byland offer a good day out, whilst you must visit the wonderful walled City of York, including the Jorvic Viking Centre, the National Railway Museum and plenty of retail therapy.
A charming cottage from which to explore the best of Yorkshire.
About the location
Kirkbymoorside 3.7 miles.
Appleton-le-Moors is a delightful linear village in the heart of the North York Moors National Park. With wide green verges, where the sheep graze freely, it provides a peaceful haven in beautiful countryside. Surrounded by miles of moors and nearby forestry, this stunning area offers wonderful walking and touring opportunities. The local traditional inn provides the focal point of the village, while nearby Kirkbymoorside, is a bustling historic market town offering excellent shops, tea rooms and weekly markets, along with an excellent picturesque golf course. This scenic area has a wealth of attractions, including magnificent abbeys at Byland and Rievaulx, Castle Howard stately home, the North York Moors Steam Railway and museums such as Ryedale Folk Museum and Beck Isle Museum. Less than an hour’s drive brings you to the historic City of York and the seaside resorts of Scarborough and Whitby.
Note: This property does not accept children under 5.