A beautiful stone built detached chalet bungalow with four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, generously sized garden in an amazing central location. Viewing is an absolute must.
- Brompton By Sawdon is one of the most picturesque villages between Scarborough and Thornton Le Dale and mainly lies within a conservation area. This attractive and spacious stone built detached chalet bungalow is close to the centre of the village discreetly set back from the road for privacy. The light and airy accommodation is spread over two floors and flows beautifully and comprises; entrance vestibule to hallway, bay fronted sitting room through to dining area with sliding doors to conservatory and stunning fitted kitchen/diner with a range of integrated appliances and granite work surfaces. Off the kitchen is a w c and a further bedroom which could be a study or hobby room, this also has a door to the garage. On the ground floor there is also double bedroom with en-suite. On the first floor are two double bedrooms with eaves storage, family bathroom which is fully tiled, bath with separate shower. Outside the gardens and parking and laid mainly to lawn with mature trees and dry stone walls. In our opinion the location of this home is amazing combined with the spacious accommodation it is sure to appeal to the discerning client. Viewing is strictly via appointment with harris Shields Collection.
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