North View House is a beautifully presented detached house in the centre of Morton On Swale. It has a wealth of character and quality fixtures including feature fireplaces, original cast iron range, cast iron radiators and reclaimed wooden flooring. The property is entered via a spacious entrance hall with maple floors and staircase. Double doors then lead through into the kitchen, which has a good range of bespoke Smallbone solid oak and hand painted units, with central island incorporating a double sink, end grain chopping block and integrated dishwasher. There is also space for integrated or freestanding appliances. This leads to the spacious double bay Amdega conservatory, which has a tiled floor and provides a great space for entertaining family and guests with doors that lead straight out onto the flagged patio and garden. The dining room has an original Langton’s of Northallerton Range and double doors that lead through into the large lounge. This has Iroko flooring and a gas fire set within a marble surround and Edwardian wooden fireplace with mirror. Also on the ground floor is a handy cloakroom/utility room with space for the washing machine and dryer and a useful space for coats and boots.
To the first floor, there are four generous bedrooms. The master is a lovely room and has windows on two aspects, a dressing room/walk-in wardrobe as well as a large ensuite with shower cubicle as well as bath. The large family bathroom benefits from a bath, shower cubicle, heated towel rail and features a cast iron fireplace.
Externally the property benefits from extensive gardens and parking to the rear. This is accessed via the double gates and gravelled drive. The garden is well stocked and has mainly been laid to lawn with flower borders and has been made private with a range of mature trees, shrubs and plants.
The property previously had the benefit of planning permission for both a large four car garage/workshop or a detached two bedroom bungalow within the gardens. The base for this and the utilities are all in situ. This planning permission lapsed in December 2016, however it is reasonable to assume that it could be renewed (subject to necessary planning application).
North View House would make a beautiful home and offers flexibility for a growing family in such an accessible village location.