A semi-detached stone cottage, on the edge of the charming village of Lockton, just five miles from the market town of Pickering in North Yorkshire.
Surrounded by the most stunning scenery in the North York Moors National Park, this delightful cottage is perfect for walking, cycling and exploring the many attractions this beautiful area has to offer.
Retaining much charm and character, there is a terracotta tiled open plan living area, with a modern kitchen, dining area and comfortable sofas set around a cosy woodburner.
With exposed beams, there is a lovely homely feel to the cottage.
Upstairs are two pretty bedrooms, both with pleasant outlooks, together with a family bathroom.
Outside, there are front and rear patios, so you can take in the sun amid a tranquil and peaceful setting, with exceptional moorland views.
The sleepy village of Lockton has a traditional village green, with a good network of footpaths leading from it, while nearby Levisham offers a local inn serving real ales where perhaps you can enjoy some steam train spotting.
Popular Pickering caters for all needs, with quaint tea rooms, restaurants, independent shops and pubs.
Walk up to the castle ruins, visit the Beck Isle Museum and loiter in the restored Victorian steam train terminus, with authentic memorabilia and extensive shop.
The immediate vicinity has much to offer, with stately homes and gardens to visit, including Castle Howard, Nunnington Hall and Duncombe Park, the pretty market towns of Helmsley and Kirkbymoorside and Byland and Rievaulx Abbeys nearby.
Alternatively take a trip to the seaside towns of Whitby and Scarborough.
This appealing cottage provides an ideal base for an enjoyable holiday.