Dacre, Son & Hartley in Knaresborough has already sold Caranlea, for in excess of the guide price, and is now marketing Bay Tree House, a beautifully appointed semi-detached period property, for £525,000.
Senior associate Nick Alcock, who is the branch manager at Dacre, Son & Hartley’s High Street office in Knaresborough, said: “Staveley is a great village with a church, primary school, nature reserve and The Royal Oak public house. Four miles north of Knaresborough and three miles from Boroughbridge, the village is not far from the A1/M, so it’s a great spot for commuting from.”
Bay Tree House, 5 Park View has off street parking, a small cottage front garden and an attractive rear garden with a summer house, circular box hedging, fruit trees and pergola.
Nick added: “With lovely period features and overlooking the village green, it’s a cracking property in a great location.”
Downstairs there is a sitting room with a feature fireplace and multi fuel burning stove. An arch leads through into a drawing room and steps lead to an open plan dining kitchen which has underfloor heating and a walk in larder.
On the first floor, the principal bedroom has windows to two elevations, an en-suite bathroom and an attractive dressing room/study which could be separated to create a fourth bedroom. There is also another double bedroom and shower room. On the second floor there is a further double bedroom enjoying a delightful aspect to the rear with two Velux veranda windows.
Nick added: “We know this is a popular location for professionals, families and retired people and we believe that Bay Tree House will prove just as popular as its neighbouring property.”
Dacre Son & Hartley’s Knaresborough branch is open six days a week. Call 01423 864 126 or visit this link to find out more.