The Granary is a Grade II listed cottage just off Elvington's main street, occupying an elevated position overlooking the Village Green. The individuality and rustic charm of this property will surely appeal to anyone that is looking for original period features, well proportioned living space and an attractive village location.
Entering through the side door, you are greeted by lovely Victorian style tiles, which cover the entrance hall and ground floor w/c. There is access to the main living room to one side and the kitchen/diner straight ahead. The living room has a bay window to one end with plantation blinds, an exposed timber beam running the full width of the room and a cast iron gas fire with wood surround at its centre. The formal dining room has again been fitted with plantation blinds and can easily accommodate a good sized table and chairs.
Wood double doors open to the impressive kitchen/diner, with a feature stove effect gas fire to one side with exposed brick above and a stable door leading out to the rear courtyard. This room is fully tiled in keeping with the character of the property and benefits from an abundance of light due to a galleried landing with Velux window above. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units, horseshoe worktop with stainless steel sink with drainer and tiled splash back. There is an integrated fridge, freezer, Belling single oven and Vision four ring halogen hob. In addition, there is space for a washing machine in an enclosed wooden unit.
To the first floor is the master bedroom with built in wardrobes and en-suite comprising, shower, low level w/c and pedestal hand basin. There are two further bedrooms, one of which is a double and one a single currently being used as an office. A family bathroom with heated towel rail, bath with shower over, low level w/c and hand basin complete the internal accommodation.
Externally there is a small rear courtyard enclosed by a wooden fence, a lovely place to sit and enjoy the sun in the summer months. There is a single garage and driveway, a rare commodity for a cottage in Elvington. The village green is to the front, providing uninterrupted views over the village.