Property: Scalby Road, Scalby £495,000

Located in the highly sought after village of Scalby is this three/four bedroom detached house boasting a glut of original period features such as exposed wooden beams and an original bread oven in the kitchen. 
The accommodation comprises a substantial sized lounge with superb feature fireplace and exposed beams, dining room again boasting exposed beams and opens into a seating area which is a perfect space to relax and unwind. 
The breakfasting kitchen features a beautiful ‘island’ and a range of wall and base units and integrated appliances. A utility room which is finished in the same style as the kitchen leads to a rear lobby which has the downstairs wc and a spectacular study which has the potential to be utilised as a fourth bedroom. 
To the first floor there is a stunning four piece family bathroom which is tastefully finished. There are also three double bedrooms, the master bedroom benefitting from built-in wardrobes and a three piece en-suite. This property is gas central heated. 
Externally, to the front there is a beautifully presented rose garden enclosed with a stone wall boundary. To the rear there is a breath-taking garden, lawned with a vast variety of mature bedded trees, plants and shrubs, a pond with water feature and an outbuilding and gazebo which are built in the same style of the main home. 
There is also a single garage to the front with adjoining tool shed to its rear. This is simply a must view to fully appreciate the size and quality. Absolutely stunning interior to the property and conveniently situated close to local amenities.

Bill Bryson

The writer Bill Bryson, an American, came to Britain as a young back-packer, met and married an English girl he took a fancy to and settled in the Yorkshire Dales where they started a family. In due course he returned to America with a view to giving his children a taste of life in America. He wrote a book, I’m a Stranger Here Myself, describing his experience of settling in an unfamiliar America, along the way making comparisons between America and the UK, some unfavourable to the UK, some not. I read this book when I was adjusting to life in America and was delighted by how like my own his experiences had been. How did we, Bill and me, cope in a country where Polyfilla is called Spackle?


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