Coxwold is one of North Yorkshire’s most picturesque villages attractively situated in the North York Moors National Park. It benefits from a range of amenities including a local pub, garage, village hall and playing fields with an attractive childrens area. The village has been voted in the past as being the second most desirable place to live in the United Kingdom.
The property is conveniently situated in relation to the thriving market towns of Easingwold, Helmsley and Thirsk and within reasonable commuting distance of York, Harrogate, Leeds and Teesside, being accessible to the A19 near Great Thirkleby.
The Old Post Office is situated on the eastern edge of the village. The property stands extremely well and is shown edged red on the attached plan.
The Old Post Office comprises a fine traditional detached three bedroom family house. It stands in an outstanding position on a large site extending to 0.4 acres. It has significant potential to extend the existing accommodation (subject to obtaining the necessary consents) to make this into a very desirable village residence.
The accommodation is spacious and is shown on the attached floor layout plan. Externally, there is a timber garage.
It is complemented by mature gardens and grounds which afford that all important degree of privacy. It therefore presents an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase “a blank canvas” upon which purchasers can place their own stamp.