Belvoir is delighted to offer an excellent family home in the village of Dalton. Nestled at the head of a small cul-de-sac, Pear Tree House is a 4 bedroom detached property recently extended and upgraded internally by the current owners. The property footprint and plot size is the largest on the close. The property offers excellent living space and 4 large bedrooms. The wrap around garden offers fantastic entertaining space and unspoilt views of the sprawling countryside behind the property.
After the entrance vestibule the hallway has access to all ground floor rooms with a large storage cupboard for coats and boots. The hall way floor is wooden and the stairs lead to the first floor and accommodate further storage underneath.
SITTING ROOM - 19' 1" x 10' 11" (5.83m x 3.34m)
The sitting room runs the length of the house which allows windows to 3 aspects, flooding the room with natural light. The feature fire place has a stone hearth, with brick surround and wooden mantle piece.
STUDY/PLAY ROOM - 12' 9" x 10' 2" (3.90m x 3.10m)
To the front of the property, this room has windows to the front and side of the property allowing it to lend itself perfectly to number of uses.
Half wood panelled with a white 2 piece suite the downstairs loo has a wooden floor and heated towel rail.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM - 20' 10" x 14' 0" (6.37m x 4.29m) to the widest point
Recently extended to offer a range of sage colour base and wall units including a built in dresser unit. The floors are finished with terracotta tiles complimented by under floor heating. The kitchen has a 6 ring gas hob, a double Neff oven with slide and hide door. French doors to the garden and tiled floor make this the perfect family kitchen.
UTILITY ROOM - 10' 2" x 5' 10" (3.11m x 1.80m)
The utility room has the plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, there is a sink unit and wooden door to the garden. The utility room houses the gas fired boiler, installed with the extension and fueld by an external gas tank.
An open landing allows access to all rooms plus the loft. features a huge walk in airing cupboard with shelved storage and the unvented water system.
BEDROOM ONE - 11' 1" x 9' 0" (3.40m x 2.76m)
To the front of the property this double room with ample space for wardrobes and overlooks the front garden.
BEDROOM TWO - 14' 0" x 9' 9" (4.29m x 2.99m)
This good size double was once the main bedroom and over looks the fields to the rear of the property.
BEDROOM THREE - 10' 5" x 9' 9" (3.20m x 2.98m)
This bedroom overlooks the rear garden. Currently a nursery room but would accommodate a double bed.
MASTER BEDROOM - 15' 2" x 9' 0" (4.63m x 2.76m) plus walk through dressing room (3.55 x 1.55)
Upon entering the master bedroom there is a walk through dressing area with a vast array of built in closets. Moving through into the main bedroom there are views across the fields, the master bedroom has a ensuite shower room with tiled floor and a double basin and vanity unit, the double walk in shower has sea green wall tiles and the flooring is finished with warm limestone. The cupboards in contain 2 shaving/charging points.
FAMILY BATHROOM - 13' 7" x 5' 6" (4.15m x 1.70m)
An upgraded bathroom with oversized roll top bath, white suite and a stunning walk in wet room area with rainfall shower head. Walls are part tiled in chic grey and floor is rustic wood effec which is heated.
The external space at Pear Tree House is very versatile, the garage is currently converted to a modern, comfortable room space, with heating and electricity. The original garage door is still in place and can be reverted back easily if desired. The lawn is edged with railway sleepers and they are lit from an external socket. There is also another summer house/workshop in the garden.
A path leads around the back of the house to a private area of garden, laid with artificial grass and housing a wooden shed for storage.
"Pear Tree House is a fabulous space, the garden offers so many options for entertaining and family time all together. The kitchen is the focal point of the home with great social space." Emily
4 Miles South of Thirsk lies the village of Dalton, first recorded in the Doomsday Book in 1086.
The village benefits form two local pubs and a village store whilst offering fantastic links to main highways for commuting.
Dalton sits in the catchment of neighbouring Sessay, with the Primary School receiving Outstanding Ofsted Grades.
The Market Town of Thirsk is nestled in Herriot Country and is a fantastic location for those who enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle. Locally, the Town provides a wide range of team sports including Rugby, Football, Cricket, Hockey, Netball and many more.
Thirsk has three Primary Schools and one Comprehensive School and Sixth Form within the Town. Within a short distance, there are four private schools, Cundal Manor, Queen Mary's, Queen Ethelburga's and Ampleforth.
The Town has Private and Council run gymnasiums and pool, a cinema and a wide range of Cafes and Restaurants. For shopping, a market is held two days a week. Local, largely independent traders have boutiques and shops in and around the market place and there is a selection of Supermarkets.
With its location so close to the A19 and A1(M), Thirsk is ideally situated for commuting and sits a short drive from, York, Harrogate, Ripon, Teesside and Leeds. Thirsks train station is on the East Coast Mainline and offers direct access from Edinburgh to London.
Thisk was also mentioned in The Times - Best Places to Live in 2020 as the Howardian Hills came out the regional winner for the North and North East.