A delightful conversion dating back to the 1700s creating beautiful handcrafted cottages, perfect for that tucked away bolthole, your very own secret escape to the country. Idyllic in every sense of the word, the birdsong and occasional walkers are the only things that disturb the silence. Read more
A delightful conversion dating back to the 1700s creating beautiful handcrafted cottages, perfect for that tucked away bolthole, your very own secret escape to the country. Idyllic in every sense of the word, the birdsong and occasional walkers are the only things that disturb the silence.
Park your car in the courtyard outside, it’s only a few steps before you are inside your own perfect sanctuary. Hang your coat up and kick off your shoes, you almost have to pinch yourself to call here Home. Your cottage snuggly tucked into the flanks of Easby Hall, standing next to its majestic neighbour, your cosy cottage welcomes you home. Slip off your muddy boots in the flagged stone hallway, the handy under stairs store is the place to keep all out of sight. Once inside you shut the door behind you, your feet feel toasty warm thanks to the underfloor heating, you are safely in your own little sanctuary. The light and bright living room easily fits your sizable and comfy sofa, whether it’s a relaxing night in with a gin and tonic or maybe with a hot chocolate in hand. You light your open fire lit to warm the room after a brisk walk down to the abbey on a chilly day, your cottage has it all and you just can’t wait to get back to it. Making your way through to the kitchen, do you love the fact that there is room to sit in here at your table is and enjoy a spot of lunch, afterwards washing the dishes and looking out of the window to the pretty cottage garden beyond. You love the history of the place and knowing that you live in a building this has stood for hundreds of years. Head upstairs to the two double bedrooms, boasting the best views in the house across the ruins at Easby Abbey. Your regular walking route that you take most days. The upstairs wouldn’t be complete without the house bathroom a great size and just ready for you to take a soak in the bath. On your way back down the stairs you glance at your book collection in the cleverly built bookcase above and a sneaky glance out the window as you pass, it doesn’t get more Richmond than a year than here. When the sun is out you love to enjoy sitting in your private back garden surrounded by the sounds of the countryside. Have short stroll see you see you at the river and more often than not you continue to the market place to pick up some shopping from your favourite independent shops, and enjoy your coffee in your favourite coffee shop. As far as bolt holes go they don’t come much better than this one. Finer details Built in 1700sConverted in mid 1990s by current ownersGrade 2 listedHeating: LPG gas - water filled underfloor to ground floorEnclosed Back gardenParking: Allocated space in courtyardMaintenance: Contributions on a shared basis as and when necessary to empty cess pit and maintain courtyardCouncil Tax Band: tbcPost code: DL10 7JUEPC: ExemptMains water https://w3w.co/meanwhile.lunge.flattens This what3words address refers to a 3 metre square location. Tap the link or enter the 3 words into the free what3words app to find it.