Church Beck House is surely one of the most easily recognisable properties within Scalby Village, with a frontage which exhibits many fine Victorian features as befits a home built in 1863 with later extensions in 1892 and 1894, including an impressive purpose built Billiards Room to the eastern wing of the property.
The property has been sensitively, but thoroughly restored and extended by the current owners. The result being a home where period features such as a handsome entrance hallway with unusual bisected staircase and fine moulded friezes and coving sits comfortably alongside high specification finishes and fittings throughout.
The accommodation comprises; entrance hall, dual aspect sitting room, cosy snug opening through to the dining room through to the stylish bespoke fitted kitchen with separate utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor is an elegant split landing with master Suite to the western gable end with dressing room plus walk-in wardrobe, large bedroom and en-suite bath and shower room, further double bedroom and first floor shower room and a rear facing den/study, purpose built by the current owners. To the second floor are three further bedrooms and bathroom with slipper bath and separate shower.
The property is set in attractive mature gardens, with manicured lawns to the front providing a superb spot to take in the south facing aspect across Scalby Beck. The rear garden has been designed and arranged to create an ambient outdoor entertaining area with sheltered terrace, ideal for outdoor dining and a well placed summer house, set in an elevated position with adjoining hot tub room.
CHURCH BECK HOUSE
Entrance Hall (5.47m x 4.50m (17'11" x 14'9"))
Cloakroom (1.9 x 1.34m (6'2" x 4'4"))
Sitting Room (6.63m x 4.22m (21'9" x 13'10"))
Snug (4.1 x 3.0 (13'5" x 9'10"))
Dining Room (3.99m x 3.75m (13'1" x 12'3"))
Kitchen (3.95m x 3.72m (12'11" x 12'2"))
Utility (4.00m x 1.62m (13'1" x 5'3"))
Master Bedroom (4.66m x 4.30m (15'3" x 14'1"))
Dressing Room to Master (5.40m x 1.97m (17'8" x 6'5"))
En-suite to Master (4.47m x 3.23m (14'7" x 10'7"))
Bedroom Two (4.90m x 4.20m (16'0" x 13'9"))
Shower Room (2.78m x 1.60m (9'1" x 5'2"))
Study/Den (3.98m x 3.76m (13'0" x 12'4"))
Bedroom Three (7.50m x 4.70m (24'7" x 15'5"))
Bedroom Four (4.50m x 3.70m (14'9" x 12'1"))
Bathroom (2.83m x 1.94m (9'3" x 6'4"))
Gardens, Grounds and Land
Occupying an elevated position, the properties look out over open green space to the front, with a pleasant South facing aspect. At the front of the lawn gently slopes away, bounded by mature clipped hedging to all sides. Well stocked border provide colour and interest and frame the house beautifully.
At the rear the garden is a more informal area, with a flagged terrace to the immediate rear and steps leading up to a secluded stone flagged al freco dining area.
The back garden is filled with colour with cottage style plantings, mature shrubs and trees and is both extermely private and sheltered. A timber summer house stands at the top of terrace with an adjoining room housing the hot tub, all in all creating a garden which is both lovely to look at but equally one which invited the owners to enjoy.
There is ample parking on the driveway leading from the eastern gable end and on the gravelled parking area at the side of the property.