- Charming 17th-century, Grade II listed cottage
- Recently re-thatched roof
- Located in the village of Egton
- A wealth of original touches throughout such as wooden ceiling beams, exposed stone walls and cosy inglenook fireplaces
- Stunning views over the surrounding countryside
- Oil central heating
- Off road parking
- Detached garage
Cross View Cottage is a quintessentially charming 17th-century, Grade II listed cottage. Boasting a recently re-thatched roof along with a wealth of original touches throughout such as wooden ceiling beams, exposed stone walls, cosy inglenook fireplaces and flagged flooring this lovely character property is the perfect country retreat.
The accommodation is made up of two bedrooms, two reception rooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen/diner. Offering flexible accommodation to suit a discerning buyer, the ‘L’ shaped cottage could certainly lend itself to be a three-bed cottage with ample living space. The master bedroom features a range of fitted storage, an ensuite bathroom and has access to an additional study/storage room above. The country style kitchen includes a range of fitted wall and base units, a Belfast sink and integrated cooker.
The cottage occupies stunning views of surrounding rolling countryside over the Esk Valley which can be enjoyed from the large garden which is found to the rear. The gardens wrap all the way around the cottage and includes an area for parking cars off road, a storeroom and a detached garage. The perfect mix of charm and location, the village of Egton is one of the most sought-after rural destinations in the North Yorkshire Moors with two traditional pubs, a primary school, a doctor’s surgery and train station within short reach.
This unique cottage will no doubt gain a lot of interest, to arrange a viewing call Hendersons the sole agents today!