Time casts its shadow to make cottage a landmark
The four-bedroom property sits in a third of an acre and has a sitting room, dining kitchen, study and ground floor bedroom/ play room. On the first floor, there are three bedrooms and a house bathroom and shower room. Outside, there are a range of useful outbuildings plus a garage, outside studio/play room and gardens.
Liz is selling to move closer to her daughter’s school but says: “I love the village and hope to move back here one day.”
Seaton Ross is a rural village, which has a shop and a pub. it is close to Pocklington, which has a health centre, supermarkets, library, sports and leisure facilities and an arts centre. Schools include Pocklington Grammar and the highly-regarded Woldgate secondary school.
Dial Cottage is open to view Saturday, September 14, from 11.30am till 2pm, no appointment necessary. THE housing market in Yorkshire continues to improve, say the RICS.
Buyer demand remains strong and the number of homes sold in the region increased last month, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ Residential Market Survey.Despite the holiday season, would-be buyers continued to return to the market during August, as a net balance of 30 percent more surveyors in the region reported increases in buyer enquiries. The number of homes sold also rose.
Tim Waring, of Knight Frank says: “We’re seeing an improving market, with increasing viewings and sales. However, there is a danger of a disconnect if sellers harden their stance on pricing.” MORE than one in four home sales in August went to a first time buyer, according to latest figures from the National Association of Estate Agents.
Figures from the NAEA August Housing Market Report showed encouraging growth with the average number of first timers increasing from 22 per cent in July to 26 per cent in August, suggesting the impact of looser lending restrictions and uptake of Help to Buy are beginning to be felt.
NAEA members also reported an increase of nearly a third in the average number of house hunters per branch and a slight rise in average sales. Supply levels saw a slight decrease over the course of the month.
Dial Cottage boasts a 12ft sundial created by astronomer William Watson. The four-bedroom property sits in a third of an acre.
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