The Green is one of only a few period houses on this hillside overlooking the Esk Valley and the North York Moors. Extended in the 19th century, this stone-built property now offers extensive accommodation which benefits from its quirky period features including original beams and open fires.
The property also has an attractive Shaker-style kitchen/breakfast room while the four bedrooms and two bathrooms are spread throughout the first and second floors.
Accommodation in total comprises: entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, boot room, store, master bedroom suite, shower room, three further bedrooms, and a family bathroom.
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Outside are a number of detached and attached outbuildings which have been variously used as games rooms and workshops, while to the rear are some stables.
The main gardens lie to the rear: the front garden is terraced and slopes gently towards the small orchard, while the rear garden has a stone-flagged patio, a pond and a lawned area, as well as steps which lead to the rear paddock. Most of the land lies to the south and includes around nine acres of grassland, and a pretty stretch of woodland with a stream passing through.
The charming village of Egton is perched on a south-facing hillside just above Egton Bridge, which has a rail link to Whitby (six miles), which along with Scarborough is just a short drive away. York is 46 miles.
The guide price is £750,000. For further information please contact Carter Jonas on 01904 558 200 or visit www.carterjonas.co.uk.
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