Hedon 2 miles.
An attractive and sympathetically modernised brick-built barn conversion with feature windows, taking advantage of panoramic views of the countryside.
Situated in the hamlet of Preston, this appealing barn conversion lies in open fields, two miles from the historic village of Hedon and only seven miles from Hull, the City of Culture 2017 which is well worth a visit.
Beautifully finished to a high standard with solid oak flooring and doors, this Hedon cottage has a lovely light and airy open plan living area overlooking open fields.
This Hedon cottage stands alone in a rural position and offers privacy for those wishing to explore the Yorkshire/Lincolnshire coast.
Just a short drive from this Hedon cottage is Spurn Point Nature Reserve, whilst to the north is the pretty medieval market town of Beverley.
Visit Beverley Minster, one of Europe's finest Gothic churches and see the fine stained glass windows and medieval stone carvings.
Alternatively, York is just over an hour's drive away and the seaside resort of Hornsea is also nearby, as are the East Coast resorts of Bridlington, Filey and Scarborough.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x ground floor double with en-suite wet room shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and spacious sitting area.
About the location
Hull 6 miles; Humber Bridge 11 miles; Hornsea 15 miles; Beverley 17 miles.
Hedon is a small picturesque town in Holderness in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Surrounded by open countryside, this bustling little town has a good selection of individual shops, tea rooms and restaurants. A mixture of old and new, Hedon was originally a prosperous port created by the Normans. It lies within easy reach of the historic city of York, the pretty market town of Beverley and the renowned nature reserve at Spurn Point. The Deep sea life centre is nationally famous and only 6 miles away – it is well worth a visit and offers a wonderful day out for the family.