Harkness Drive, Leeming Bar

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A useful double glazed entrance porch opens into a central hallway leading to the sitting room, which has a wall mounted gas fire, dining room, all bedrooms, the bathroom. The hall also has a loft hatch for access up to the attic. The dining room is a great room for entertaining and has a double glazed window to the side and is open to the kitchen.

The kitchen itself has a range of wall and base units with a work surface over having tiled splash backs. There is a tall integrated fridge plus spaces for a washing machine, dishwasher, under counter freezer and an electric cooker which has an extractor hood over. There is also double glazed window to the side and a double glazed door with side window opening out to the paved seating area in the rear garden.

To the front of the property is bedroom one which is a great double bedroom with views over an open field to the side of the property and to the rear is bedroom 2 which has double glazed French doors opening into the garden, bedroom three which is a smaller guest double bedroom looking out to the garden.

The large house bathroom comprises of a paneled bath with an electric shower over, glazed screen and a pedestal mounted washbasin and a push flush WC. The walls are mainly tiled and there is a built in cupboard.

Outside the property has an attractive lawned frontage with a fenced boundary and mature planted tree, shrub and flower borders. There is also a tarmac driveway leading to the side of the property to the attached garage. The garage itself has an up and over door with light and power points.

There is gated access to the rear garden which has a paved seating area with a verandah over off the kitchen plus a lawn, second paved seating area and a garden shed and green house. The rear garden is a great private space and is all enclosed by a fenced boundary with gated access to both sides.

LOCATION Leeming Bar is in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. The village is well served with local amenities including C of E Primary School, two parks, a CO-OP store, small hotel and pub, it is also home to the main depot of the Wensleydale Railway.

The bus routes provide easy access to the market towns of Bedale and Northallerton, 2 and 7 miles respectively. The A684 bypass was opened in August 2016, with Coneygarth service station and access to both the A684 and A1(M) junction 51, just north of the village. Northallerton provides main line train links to Darlington, Newcastle, York and London.

01677 988029

Norman F Brown - Bedale

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