Cowick Grange is a perfectly formed Victorian country property which dates back to the 1830s, rumoured to have been built by a local builder at the time as a Valentine’s present for his wife. The house has high ceilings, large windows, numerous fireplaces and intricate detailing on some of the walls and ceilings.
The ground floor has three principal reception rooms and a further morning room/well room (the old well is now capped with toughened glass). On the first floor is the master bedroom suite as well as four further double bedrooms.
Extensive refurbishment has been carried out on the house to a very high standard and notable features include under floor heating and a state-of-the-art kitchen.
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Outside a lawned area lies to the front of the house, and another to the rear which also benefits from a sandstone terrace – the gardens are peppered with mature trees and feature a large herbaceous border. There is also planning permission for conversion of outbuildings to a tripe garage and further ancillary accommodation in the form of a games/cinema room and a shower room.
Cowick Grange occupies a prominent position on the edge of the village of West Cowick six miles south of Selby in Yorkshire. The nearby villages of Snaith and Rawcliffe offer good local amenities and the cities of York and Leeds are 21 and 29 miles respectively.
The guide price is £775,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01904 625 033 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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