A Superbly Positioned, 3-Bedroomed Detached Modern Family House on Nice Sized Plot in Good Residential Area
Dalewood Walk stands in a convenient edge of town location in the much sought after and highly desirable market town of Stokesley which enjoys a semi-rural position and aspect close to the Cleveland Hills and Yorkshire Dales in an area famous for Captain Cook.
The property lies in convenient travelling distance of Northallerton, Teesside and Darlington where access can be gained to the main East Coast train network bringing London within 2 ½ hours commuting time. Additionally via the Transpennine Line that calls at this station there is direct access to Middlesbrough, York, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool and Manchester Airport. International Airports can be found at Teesside, (15 minutes), Newcastle, Leeds/Bradford and Manchester. Excellent commuting is offered via the A.19 trunk road which is situated within convenient distance of the property, which joins into the A.1 and thence to the A.66 Transpennine offering access to all major centres of commerce both locally and nationally.
Stokesley enjoys a range of good amenities including Public Houses, Primary Schools, shopping and market. A number of the local villages additionally have renowned public houses and restaurants.
Racing- Thirsk, Catterick, Redcar, Wetherby, York, Sedgefield and Newcastle.
Shooting & Fishing- the property lies in an area known for its good shoots and quality fishing- both course and game. Good rivers and local ponds are easily accessible.
Cycling & Riding- the property lies within easy travelling distance of the North Yorkshire Moors and the North East Coast, where much renowned walking, riding and other leisure activities are available.
Schools- the area is well served by good state and independent schools, comprehensive schools to be found at Stokesley, Teesside and Northallerton. Whilst independent schools including Ampleforth, Teesside High, Polam Hall at Darlington and Yarm are within easy commuting distance.
The property comprises a traditionally constructed modern brick built with clay pan tile roof, three bedroomed detached family house on nice sized plot in attractive and sought after residential area of Stokesley. Hard wood sealed unit doubled glazing and gas central heating.
Externally the property enjoys gardens to front and rear with the front garden open plan and mainly laid to lawn with inset shrubberies, adjacent to the house is a raised shrubbery with chippings inset. There is block paved hardstanding for parking and giving access to the garage.
A flagged walkway proceeds round to the side and gives access to the rear through a wooden gate. The rear garden has a flagged patio area with raised ornamental walls to rear and walkway through into the main rear garden area which is heavily shrubbed to one side whilst to the other it enjoys fruit and vegetable garden with a purpose built potting shed. There is a chippings seating area to the very rear of the property.
Internally the property has wooden sealed unit double glazing and gas fired central heating. The accommodation is nicely laid out and spacious and has tremendous scope for updating and modernisation.
Early inspection is recommended to appreciate the property, its position, layout and potential.
In through hardwood front door into:
Entrance vestibule 1.67m(5'6'') x 1.30m(4'3'')
With built in louvre door fronted shelved store cupboard with display ledge. Ceiling light point. Parquet wood floor. Panelled door through into:
Through lounge diner 3.27m(10'9'') x 7.65m(25'1'')
Nicely divided into sitting and dining area, with the sitting area enjoying the benefit of feature fire place comprising carved mahogany surround and mantle shelf, cut marble back plate and ½ inset living flame gas fire. Ceiling light point, double radiator, TV point, Telephone point. Dining area enjoys hatch from kitchen. Radiator, ceiling light point. Mahogany hardwood double glazed French Doors to rear, which give access out onto the rear garden which enjoys a flagged patio area with raised ornamental walls to rear and a walkway through into main rear garden area which is heavily shrubbed to one side. Whilst to the other side enjoys a fruit and vegetable garden with a purpose built potting shed. There is a seating chippings area to the very rear.
Door through from kitchen gives access to:
Inner hallway 1.74m(5'9'') x 1.55m(5'1'')
With door to garage, stairs to first floor, door to kitchen, door to useful understaris store cupboard with cloaks hanging.
Kitchen 2.59m(8'6'') x 2.92m(9'7'')
With a range of base and wall cupboards, work surfaces with inset single drainer, single bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over. Recently installed Hotpoint 4 point ceramic hob with Hotpoint BS53 brushed steel and glass oven beneath. Creda extractor hood over with inset extractor and light. Space and plumbing for autowash. Built in breakfast bar. Ceiling light point, wall mounted radiator. Hardwood double glazed door out to rear.
Stairs to first floor have stained and polished balustrade going up past half landing window, which provides a nice degree of natural light on the stairwell to the:
Landing 2.59m(8'6'') x 0.91m(3'0'')
With attic access. Ceiling light point providing additional light over the stairwell.
Bedroom 1 4.14m(13'7'') x 3.20m(10'6'')
Ceiling lgiht ponit. Radiator.
Bedroom 2 3.38m(11'1'') x 3.20m(10'6'')
With stained and polished exposed wood floor. Ceiling light point. Radiator.
Bedroom 3 2.54m(8'4'') x 3.08m(10'1'')
Stained and polished exposed wood floor. Ceiling lgiht point. Radiator.
Bathroom 1.62m(5'4'') x 2.41m(7'11'')
With half tiled. Suite comprising panelled bath with Redring Selectronc electric power shower over. Pedestal wash basin, radiator, ceiling light point. Built in airing cupboard, housing lagged cylinder with emersion heater and shelf storage over.
Housing WC with ceiling lgiht point. Opaque glazed window to rear.
Garage 2.44m(8'0'') x 5.08m(16'8'')
Concrete floor. Ceiling lgiht point. Power Points. Wall mounted Worcester 14/19CBI boiler. Useful wall mounted shelved storage.
The property enjoys gardens to front and rear wit the front garden open plan and mainly laid to lawn with inset shrubberies.
Adjacent to hte house is a raised shrubbery with chippings inset. There is block paved hardstanding for parking and giving access to the garage.
A flagged walkway proceeds round to hte side and gives access to the rear through a wooden gate.
The rear garden enjoys a flagged patio area with raised ornamental walls to rear and a walkway throuogh into main rear garden area which is heavily shrubbed to one side. Whilst to the other side there is a fruit and vegetable garden with a purpose built potting shed. There is a seating chippings area to the very rear.
Through Northallerton Estate Agency - Tel:
Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.
Hambleton District Council, Civic Centre, Stone Cross, Northallerton, North Yorkshire - Tel:
We are verbally informed by Hambleton District Council that the Council Tax Band is Band D (£1, 451.80 per annum).
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