Sundial House, 29 High Street, Skelton. TS12 2EF

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Sundial House is believed to date back to 1787 and sits in a prime location within the delightful village of Skelton. Constructed in dressed sandstone, with a clay pantile roof with stone ridge and gable copings, block kneelers and end stack the property retains many original features and has recently been improved and remodelled by the last owner with an imaginative blend of both contemporary and period styling. Great care has been taken to preserve the original features of this stunning property and although in need of a little finishing off, provides a superbly appointed family home ready too move into.

Offering deceptively spacious accommodation spread over three levels and being far larger than its outer appearance may seem briefly offering L shaped Entrance Hallway with dog legged staircase turning to the first floor, Inner Lobby leading to shower room, large Lounge with log burning stove (not tested) and arch to the Dining Room, Sitting Room/Study (required finishing off), a superbly appointed farmhouse style ‘Treske’ Kitchen, matching spacious boot and Utility Room and a Salisbury cream finish hardwood Conservatory opens out into the rear garden at ground floor level.

To the first floor there is a Gallery Landing, Master Bedroom off which is a Nursery Bedroom, Two further Bedrooms and family Bathroom suite, together with at Second floor level two additional Bedrooms with beams and storage and a useful family Bathroom/wc.

Externally there is a lawned front garden, tarmac surfaced drive, five bar gate and an extensive area of block paved parking, rear enclosed lawn with block paved patio, mature trees and planting, willow and holly trees.
Parking is on street however, there is a shared access driveway leading to enclosed rear garden which has the potential at the side to provide a single parking space (where current side patio and fencing is situated).

The delightful and very popular village of Skelton lies just in from the coast to the south of Saltburn and east of Guisborough. within walking distance of local shopping facilities. The business areas of Teesside are within commuting distance.

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Sundial House is believed to date back to 1787 and sits in a prime location within the delightful village of Skelton. Constructed in dressed sandstone, with a clay pantile roof with stone ridge and gable copings, block kneelers and end stack the property retains many original features and has recently been improved and remodelled by the last owner with an imaginative blend of both contemporary and period styling. Great care has been taken to preserve the original features of this stunning property and although in need of a little finishing off, provides a superbly appointed family home ready too move into.

Offering deceptively spacious accommodation spread over three levels and being far larger than its outer appearance may seem briefly offering L shaped Entrance Hallway with dog legged staircase turning to the first floor, Inner Lobby leading to shower room, large Lounge with log burning stove (not tested) and arch to the Dining Room, Sitting Room/Study (required finishing off), a superbly appointed farmhouse style 'Treske' Kitchen, matching spacious boot and Utility Room and a Salisbury cream finish hardwood Conservatory opens out into the rear garden at ground floor level.

To the first floor there is a Gallery Landing, Master Bedroom off which is a Nursery Bedroom, Two further Bedrooms and family Bathroom suite, together with at Second floor level two additional Bedrooms with beams and storage and a useful family Bathroom/wc.

Externally there is a lawned front garden, tarmac surfaced drive, five bar gate and an extensive area of block paved parking, rear enclosed lawn with block paved patio, mature trees and planting, willow and holly trees.
Parking is on street however, there is a shared access driveway leading to enclosed rear garden which has the potential at the side to provide a single parking space (where current side patio and fencing is situated).

The delightful and very popular village of Skelton lies just in from the coast to the south of Saltburn and east of Guisborough. Sundial House which is believed to date from the mid 18th century lies within the older part of the original village, within walking distance of local shopping facilities. The business areas of Teesside are within commuting distance.

GROUND FLOOR

L shaped Entrance Hallway
Wooden entrance door, radiator, hanging space, dado rail and shelved recess.

Inner Lobby
With radiator, dado rail, beamed ceiling, staircase to the first floor and walk-in cupboard.

Shower Room
Laminate flooring and white coloured suite comprising: pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., tiled shower cubicle and plumbed-in shower fitting.

Dining Room 13' 6" x 9' 6" (4.12m x 2.9m )
With radiator, beamed ceiling, alcove cupboard and dado rail, opening through to:-

Spacious Lounge  12' 3" x 20' 0" (3.73m x 6.1m )
A most delightful room with a natural stone fireplace, quarry tiled hearth, 'Morso' multi-solid fuel stove, radiator, beamed ceiling, window seat, dado rail, external access door and door to:-

Sitting Room / Study  12' 0" x 22' 0" (3.66m x 6.71m )
Beyond the lounge and having a beamed ceiling and both front and rear aspect windows. This room is in need of finishing off.

Breakfast / Kitchen  18' 0" (max) x 10' 8" (5.49m (max) x 3.25m )
Fitted with a modern range of cream finish 'Treske' floor and wall cupboard units, solid beech working surfaces, 'Villeroy & Boch' white inset sink with mixer tap, under unit lighting, engineered oak finish flooring, external access door and twin doors leading to the conservatory.

Hardwood Salisbury Conservatory  14' 0" x 11' 8" (max) (4.27m x 3.56m (max)
With two radiators and engineered oak finish flooring.

Utility & Boot Room Lobby 14' 8" x 9' 0" (4.47m x 2.74m )
Again fitted with high quality 'Treske' units including a twin bowl 'Villeroy & Boch' white glazed 'Butler' sink with mixer tap, floor and wall cupboard units with beech working surfaces, gas cooker point, plumbing for automatic washing machine, eyeball lighting, gas central heating boiler, pull down 'Sheila Made' clothes airer, natural dressed stone wall, engineered oak finish flooring and external access door out to a block paved area with fuel bunker.

FIRST FLOOR

Gallery Landing
Turning spindled staircase and balustrade together with two understairs cupboards and staircase to second floor.

Master Bedroom  12' 4" x 14' 0" (max) (3.76m x 4.27m (max) )
With radiator, beamed ceiling, range of Steve Duck 'Integral Collection' built-in wardrobes and access door through to the nursery bedroom.

Nursery Room 9' 8" x 9' 6" (2.95m x 2.9m )
With radiator and exposed purlins.

Bedroom 2 12' 0" x 10' 0" (3.65m x 3.05m )
With radiator, coving and shallow wardrobe off.

Bedroom 3 16' 0" x 10' 8" (4.88m x 3.25m )
With radiator and beamed ceiling.

Family Bathroom/wc
With white coloured suite comprising: panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., tiled shower cubicle with Mira plumbed-in shower fitting above, radiator and electric heated towel rail.

SECOND FLOOR

Landing
Access to all top floor rooms.

Bedroom 4  10' 0" x 12' 2" (3.05m x 3.71m )
Having natural stone walls, exposed purlins and a dormer window with views across Skelton and Saltburn out to sea and round to Upleatham.

Bathroom/wc
Passage giving access to a BATHROOM, having a white coloured suite comprising: panelled bath with shower screen and plumbed-in shower fitting, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c. and chrome ladder radiator.

Bedroom / Storeroom  5' 9" x 12' 2" (1.75m x 3.71m )
With radiator, exposed purlins and again with views towards the coast.

EXTERNALLY

Front Garden
There is a lawned elevated front garden with a natural stone roadside boundary wall having

Rear and side Gardens
Fence enclosed rear garden laid manly to lawn with well planted borders, willow tree with a protective preservation order in place, block paved patio area, timber shed, coal store, patio to side and shared access to bin storage at the side.

Side Garden
Fence enclosed - the side area has potential to move the current fence position to provide off street parking for one car as per the OS plan in the photographs.


EXTRAS:  All fitted carpets as described are to be included in the sale.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS:  Strictly by Appointment with the Sole Agent.

TENURE:   Freehold

SERVICES:   Mains gas , water and electricity are connected. None of these services have been tested by the Agent and we cannot verify if they are in working order. All services are currently switch off.

LOCAL AUTHORITY:   Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.

COUNCIL TAX ASSESSMENT:   We are advised that the property is a Band E

AGENTS NOTES: The photographs and information regarding this property is the copyright of Leapfrog Lettings & Sales. All measurements are approximate and have been taken using a laser tape measure therefore, may be subject to a small margin of error.

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Names, address, telephone number and email address will be taken for mailing list registration, viewing appointments or when making an offer to purchase and will not be used or passed on for any other marketing purposes.

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