It is understood that The Old Mill dates back to the late 18th Century and is beautifully positioned fronting onto Cod Beck just outside the picturesque and popular village of Osmotherley.
It is understood The Old Mill was used to power looms for weaving flax into linen. Later in the 20th Century it operated as a saw mill and at one time electricity used to be generated to feed Thimbleby Hall.
The property is situated on the south eastern outskirts of Osmotherley Village. It stands exceptionally well, nicely secluded facing south east overlooking Cod Beck.
The Old Mill is therefore well placed in relation to the thriving market towns of Thirsk, Northallerton, Yarm and Stokesley. It is also within reasonable commuting distance of Teesside and York.
It is situated in the North York Moors National Park. It is shown edged red on the attached plan.
The property comprises a most desirable detached 2 bedroomed house. It is constructed of an attractive mellow sandstone. It provides nicely proportioned accommodation. It has Liquid Propane Gas Central Heating and is double glazed.
Externally, it is complemented by a double garage and an attractive well stocked terraced garden.
Double Garage with Electric Up and Over Door. Single car parking space on western gable end.
Integral Utility Room with Single Drainer Sink Unit and Plumbing for Auto Washer.
Security Lighting and Alarm.
The gardens form a particularly attractive feature. The front garden with borders and grassed area with frontage onto Cod Beck. To the rear, the gardens are terraced with a woodland backdrop. Greenhouse and Garden Shed.
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