Coast and country cottages in gorgeous Yorkshire
BUILT AROUND 1850, The Cedars is an pretty stone and tile cottage with characterful two bedroom accommodation. It also comes with the considerable added benefit of a terraced garden and off-street parking.
The accommodation includes a front-facing sitting room with multi-fuel stove, timber floorboards and open views and a breakfast kitchen with access to the rear of the property.
Upstairs, there is a double
TWO OF THE BEST: bedroom with walk-in storage cupboard, a second bedroom and house bathroom.
To the rear is a useful brick outhouse with plumbing, light and power, which could be used as a utility room.
To the front is a raised seating area and off-street parking plus a small garden area.
Oswaldkirk is a pretty village situated on the southern slopes of the Hambleton Hills, three miles to the east of Ampleforth.
The village straddles the border of the North York Moors National Park to the north and the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the south and is well placed for easy access to the Georgian market town of Helmsley. Amenities available in the village include a pub. THIS CHARMING property is in a peaceful and private position in this attractive National Park Village. It comes with a host of period character features, including beamed ceilings, exposed trusses and timbers and wooden floorboards throughout.
Planning advice has been sought to extend the accommodation to add an additional reception room or bedroom to the side and the response from North York Moors Planning Department has been positive.
The cottage has an entrance hall, living kitchen with fullheight ceiling, dual aspect windows and multi-fuel stove, two double bedrooms and a house bathroom with white suite. Horseshoe Cottage is on the very northern edge of the village, with walks directly down to the beach. The village has a shop/Post Office, two pubs and a church.
Left, the Cedars is in the pretty village of Oswaldkirk. Right, you can walk to the beach from Horseshoe Cottage in Cloughton.