Back Lane, Sowerby, Thirsk, Yorkshire, YO7 1NQ
4 Finkle Street
Tel: 01845 525112
The village of Sowerby
The village of Sowerby links with Thirsk, but retains its own identity and is set in the heart of 'Herriot Country', the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the west and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park to the east. Thirsk is also the Darrowby of the late 'James Herriot' (Alf Wight), famous vet and author.
On Front Street, which is the main road through the village, an avenue lined with trees, is an old timbered house and the historical village church, and over Cod Beck at the southern end is an old packhorse bridge.
Local facilities include a reputable public house and a nursing home. There are several schools in Sowerby -Thirsk School on Topcliffe Road, and also a primary school. The village is within easy access of the A1, A19/A168 for commuting both north to Teesside and south to York.
On entry into the home is the hallway which provides access to the living room, dining kitchen, a cloakroom and stairs to the first floor accommodation. There is also access to a useful understairs storage cupboard.
The dining kitchen, located to the front of the home is well equipped with a good selection of base and wall units, a gas range cooker, plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer.
The living room, to the rear of the property, has ample space for furniture and also provides access to the garden room/orangery, which again provides additional living accommodation and has glazed french doors into the garden.
To the first floor there are three generous-sized bedrooms. The main bedroom located to the front elevation has built-in wardrobes and also the benefit of an en-suite shower room. The ensuite has a shower cubicle, toilet, and hand washbasin. Accessed from the landing area are the house bathroom and an airing cupboard. The house bathroom is fitted with a p-shaped bath with shower fitting and built-in toilet and washbasin with vanity unit.
On entering the outbuilding there is a utility area where there is space and plumbing for appliances and a worktop area with a stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Accessed from this room is also the main room which offers an option of uses, and also a cloakroom which is fitted with a hand washbasin and toilet.
Externally to the front of the property is a paved drive that provides off-street parking. There is a paved path that leads to the side of the property where the main door to the property is and also to the rear garden. The rear garden is lawned with the addition of established borders and a paved seating area.
If the annex is used as a business and the tenants are using it as their registered office then they should be exempt from council tax on the office ( small business exemption, all previous tenants have been exempt for this reason). However if not then additional council tax may be applicable.
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