A pretty, semi-detached, traditional cottage in a quiet cul-de-sac, in the delightful village of Sheriff Hutton, just 11 miles from the historic City of York.
Oozing with charm and character, this Sheriff Hutton cottage features creative, traditional styling, which combines beautifully with the original features, including exposed beams, stripped pine floors and a warming woodburner.
Cosy and comfortable, this Sheriff Hutton cottage is a real delight, with a lovely dining room opening onto a patio, a bright sunny sitting room and an additional snug with day bed, that doubles as an extra bedroom.
Outside this Sheriff Hutton cottage, the large garden is ideal for alfresco dining, while the village pub, serving good food, is two minutes' walk.
With a ruined castle, a medieval church and village green, as well as numerous public footpaths nearby, all surrounded by the rolling countryside of the Howardian Hills, this beautiful spot has much to be enjoyed.
Just a short drive from this Sheriff Hutton cottage is the City of York, with a wealth of things to do including York Minster, the Jorvik Viking Centre, the Railway Museum and exploring the quaint streets or strolling along the city walls, while nearby, Castle Howard, of Brideshead Revisited fame, is surrounded by extensive parkland, and with numerous tourist attractions, is well worth a visit.
With the market towns of Malton and Helmsley within ten miles, and the coastal resorts of Whitby and Scarborough easily accessible, this Sheriff Hutton cottage really does provide the bestof both worlds!
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburner. Additional ground floor sitting room with day bed, can be used as an additional single bedroom.
About the location
Malton 10 miles; York 11 miles.
Nestled among gently rolling hills between York and Malton, the peaceful village of Sheriff Hutton is steeped in history, with the ruins of a 14th century castle, housing Richard III in 1483, and a medieval church with Norman tower dating from 1100, which still has enclosed pews today. The village is delightful, with a green and two pubs, both serving food, one dating back to the 1600s. The City of York is only 11 miles away, while the North York Moors Steam Railway in Pickering, and the East coast seaside towns of Bridlington, Hornsea and Scarborough, as well as Whitby and Harrogate are all within driving distance. Local activities abound and the area is excellent for walking, cycling and exploring.