Introducing Belmont: A Spacious Four-Bedroom Detached Bungalow with Potential Development Opportunity.
Belmont is a substantial and charming double-bay fronted four-bedroom detached bungalow situated on an enviable 1.6-acre plot. The property boasts approximately 0.8 acres of landscaped gardens and an additional 0.8-acre paddock, providing a fantastic opportunity for various purposes. Located within the desirable area of West Ayton, the property offers easy access to a wide range of amenities and attractions.
Features & Potential
The property offers a south-facing substantial lawned and planted rear garden with stunning views of the Wolds over open fields, creating a tranquil and picturesque setting.
The current owners have approached the North York Moors National Park Authority, who confirmed that they would look favourably upon the development of a scheme of two further houses or the demolition of the current property and the erection of three new properties. Making it an enticing prospect for developers, with details available upon request.
Alternatively, there is potential to build a granny annexe or bungalow on the site. Potentially suitable for equestrian activities, subject to obtaining the necessary permissions.
Though currently in need of modernisation, the existing bungalow offers ample space, character, and potential. The accommodation comprises:
- A generous entrance hall, leading to a loft room on the first floor with fantastic rear views.
- Four well-sized double bedrooms providing comfortable living spaces.
- Bathroom equipped with a four-piece suite
- Substantial 20' lounge/diner with a bay window that overlooks the rear garden and offers breathtaking views
- Kitchen/diner with a walk-in pantry cupboard
- Utility/boot room with a secondary entrance to the rear
- Separate w/c
With entrance doors, windows to the rear and stairs to the first floor.
Lounge/Diner (6.4 max into bay x 3.9 (20'11" max into bay x 12'9)
Double glazed bay window to the rear overlooking the rear garden with views to The Wolds. Two double glazed windows to the side, open fire, feature fireplace and door to:
Kitchen/Diner (3.9 x 3.7 (12'9" x 12'1"))
Fitted with wall and base units with work surfaces over, sink, electric oven and feature 'Aga' range cooker, plumbing for dishwasher, double glazed window to the front. Also, a substantial walk-in pantry cupboard with a window to the front.
With space for fridge/freezer and sliding doors to:
Utility/Boot Room (3.8 max x 3.4 max (12'5" max x 11'1" max))
With double glazed entrance door, window to the side, built in cupboard and door to:
Separate W/c (1.7 x 0.9 (5'6" x 2'11"))
Fitted with low flush w/c window to the front.
Bedroom One (4.8 max into bay x 4.0 max (15'8" max into bay x 1)
Double glazed bay window to the rear with views overlooking the rear garden with views to The Wolds.
Bedroom Two (4.1 x 4.0 (13'5" x 13'1"))
Currently used as a sitting room, with dual aspect double glazed windows to the front and side and feature fireplace.
Bedroom Three (3.4 x 2.9 (11'1" x 9'6"))
With double glazed window to the front.
Bathroom (3.0 max x 2.9 max (9'10" max x 9'6" max))
Fitted with a white four piece suite comprising step in shower, panneled bath, low flush w/c and pedestal wash hand basin, two double glazed windows to the front. Also built-in understairs airing cupboard.
Bedroom Four (3.8 max x 3.7 max (12'5" max x 12'1" max))
Double glazed window to the rear with fantastic open aspect views over the rear garden and fields to The Wolds beyond.
The property is surrounded by mature lawned gardens with trees. To the front, side and rear of the property are lawned gardens with mature flower, tree and shrub borders. To the front and side of the property is a substantial gravelled garden and turning bay providing ample off-street parking for several vehicles. Within the rear garden is a vegetable plot and an array of mature trees. Beyond the rear garden in a fenced boundary is a 0.8 acre paddock. The rear garden is of a south-facing aspect and is very private with a secluded paved patio.
The property benefits from some double glazing and is equipped with oil-fired central heating.
No Onward Chain
This fantastic opportunity is offered with no onward chain, making early viewing highly recommended. Opportunities like this are rare and don't stay on the market for long.
Belmont offers significant potential for development and various other uses, set on a generous 1.6-acre plot with stunning views of the Wolds. The property's size, character, and surroundings make it a truly unique opportunity. If you're seeking a project with endless possibilities or a serene and picturesque home.
The current vendors have approached the North York Moors National Park Authority, who confirmed that they would look favourably upon the development of a scheme of two further houses or the demolition of the current property and the erection of three new properties. Details are available upon request.
Council Tax and EPC
Council Tax - Band G
EPC Rating - Band G