- A characterful stone cottage
- Riparian Rights apply.
- Found in the tiny hamlet of Beckhole
- An estimate of 3/4 of an acre of meadowland belongs to the cottage
Henderson's are proud to offer to the sales market this quintessentially charming and characterful, detached stone cottage in the tiny hamlet of Beck Hole in the North York Moors National Park.
When briefly described, the ground floor of the cottage comprises a welcoming entrance hall, a shower room which has a w.c and hand basin and an open plan kitchen/living room/diner.
To the first floor you will find two double bedrooms with ample eaves storage and a family bathroom.
Deceptively spacious, with much charm and character, the generously-sized open plan living open plan kitchen/living room/diner boasts period features such as exposed stone and a cosy stove.
The cottage is surrounded by an idyllic lawned garden which is enclosed by flourishing trees creating a peaceful private space to enjoy.
Further to that, an estimate of 3/4 of an acre of meadowland belongs to the cottage which runs from the bottom gate to the river footbridge and along the bank. Please note Riparian Rights apply. (Rights for owners of land that runs into a body of water. Riparian rights include the right of access to, and use of the water for domestic purposes).
Beck Hole is a picturesque hamlet found just a mile from the famous village of Goathland and a few minutes’ drive from Whitby.
This superb cottage is nestled within moorland and forestry making this a wonderful place for relaxed living.