BPA Ripon 2018
BPA Ripon 2018
BPA Ripon 2017
BPA Ripon 2017
Guide price £235,000
Under offer
1 Church View Dishforth YO7 3JY
3 bedrooms
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  • An ideal restoration/improvement opportunity is this attractive, three bedroom end of terrace period property.
  • Offering deceptively spacious accommodation with high ceilings, gardens, off street parking for several vehicles and two garages (one open/car port)
  • Situated in the centre of the popular village of Dishforth.
An ideal restoration/improvement opportunity is this attractive, three bedroom end of terrace period property situated in the centre of the popular village of Dishforth, offering vacant possession-no chain.
The property has been in the ownership of the same family for over forty years and now offers scope to update and restore, to provide a comfortable home for a wide variety of purchasers. The accommodation more fully comprises: Entrance Hall, Reception Hall, Cellar on the lower ground floor, Lounge, open to Dining Room, Breakfast/fitted Kitchen, three, double Bedrooms and large Bathroom.
Individual and period features include, high ceilings, plaster cornicing, Regency pine, panelled doors on the first floor, pine floor boards, stairs with square spindles, White kitchen units etc.
Further advantages uPVC double glazing, gas heating via radiators, enclosed gardens to the front and rear, yard offering parking for several vehicles (Ideal for those purchasers who run a business), two garages (being open i.e. car port), two loose boxes/small stables and the principle garden being mainly laid to lawn and situated at the rear of the property.

The property is situated in the popular village of Dishforth which is some six miles north of Boroughbridge and eight miles south of Thirsk. There are limited local amenities on offer in the village including two public houses village hall, bus service and primary school and nursery.
The village of Topcliffe which is within a two mile drive offers a local shop a number of public houses and a doctor's surgery. Boroughbridge town offers a traditional high street of shops, a large Morrisons superstore, secondary school, a number of high street banks, main post office, library with a community resource centre attached to the secondary school and other sport and leisure attractions. There is a school bus serivce to Ripon Thirsk and Boroughbridge. Thirsk which is a larger market town situated north of Dishforth, offers a wide choice of shops around its cobble market square, sports clubs, local racecourse, train station on the east coast mainline offering a service to Northallerton, Darlington, Newcastle to the north and York, Leeds and London to the south. The close proximity of the A1 and A19 offers convenient commuting to Darlington, Teesside, Leeds and York. In addition the spa town of Harrogate, the cathedral city of Ripon, and county town of Northallerton are all within a convenient daily commute.
Entrance Hall: Via half glazed uPVC entrance door with brass furniture. Plaster cornice.

Reception Hall: Via opaque glazed door. Plaster cornice. Radiator. Stairs with square spindles leading to the first floor.

Lounge: Bay window to the front elevation. Plaster cornice. Picture rail. Stone fireplace with tiled hearth extending into corners with timber mantel and display shelves. Two radiators. Open archway to:

Dining Room: Window to the rear elevation. Stone shelves with wooden tops. Plaster cornice. Picture rail. Serving hatch. Stone shelves with wooden tops.
Breakfast Kitchen: Windows to the side and rear elevations. A range of White units are fitted at floor and wall heights with laminate working surfaces and inset 1.5 bowl sink unit. Ceramic tiles to working areas. Electric cooker point. Further built in cupboards providing useful storage. Radiator. Half glazed uPVC door to the outside.
Landing: Plaster cornice. Radiator.

Bedroom 1: Window to the front elevation. Plaster cornice. Radiator.

Bedroom 2: Window to the rear elevation. Built in double cupboard. Radiator.

Bedroom 3: Window to the front elevation. Plaster cornice. Radiator.

Bathroom: Opaque window to the side elevation. Three piece white suite comprising wall mounted wash hand basin, low level WC and panelled bath. White ceramic tiles to bath side. Double built in airing cupboard housing hot water tank and linen shelves. Pine floorboards. Radiator.

Outside: The property has full access rights over a vehicular driveway under the archway owned by the neighbour and leading to:

Yard Area/Off Street Parking: Concreted yard via double metal entrance gates having stone wall and wooden fenced boundaries and providing parking for several vehicles, ideal for those purchasers who run a business.

Garages: Garage 1: Having up and over vehicular access door. Inspection pit. Window to the rear. Half glazed pedestrian access door. Garage 2/Car Port: Open and having windows to the rear and side elevations.
Half glazed pedestrian access door to the rear garden.

Stables/Loose Boxes. Two small loose box/stables.

Gardens: The property has an enclosed garden to the front. Mainly laid to lawn with flower borders and pedestrian access gate. The principle garden is to the rear of the house and yard and is again enclosed, within stone boundary walls and timber fences. Again mainly laid to lawn with established borders and two x fruit trees.

Greenhouse: Aluminium framed greenhouse.

Directions: On entering the village of Dishforth proceed down the main street for approx 400 yards where the property is situated on the right hand side, as indicated by the Vinden Estates For Sale board.

Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Vinden Estates on 01765 606885.

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