The Thatched Cottage, Carlton Husthwaite
Contact: Carter Jonas, tel: 01904 558200, www.carterjonas.co.uk
The Thatched Cottage is a beautifully extended former long house with an additional one bedroom annexe. It is situated in the picturesque rural village of Carlton Huswaithe, just a short distance from the Hambelton Hills.
The grade II* listed property, which is thought to date from the 16th century, has a reed thatched roof and merits a mention in Pevsner’s - The Buildings of England.
The roof was re-thatched with water reed in 2000 and has a life expectancy of 60 years.
Inside, there are many period features, including oak beams and panelling. The house has a kitchen, utility room, drawing room, dining room, garden room, cloakroom, study, three bedrooms, a dressing room and two bathrooms. The cottage annexe generates an income as a rental property. Outside, there is a five-car garage and gardens.
Carlton Husthwaite is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just to the east of the A19 and has a pub/restaurant, The Carlton Inn. There is quick access to both Easingwold and Thirsk and York is also in easy travelling distance.
Skew Green Barn, Carlton Husthwaite
Contact: Blenkin and Co., tel: 01904 671672, www.blenkinandco.com
This property was converted from former barns and boasts over 4,000 sq. ft of accommodation. Standout featuresinclude a magnificent vaulted reception hall and a 32ft open plan sitting room/with a Barbas wood-burning stove and French doors leading onto the terrace.
The property also has a kitchen with hand-painted units, a sitting room, a vaulted dining room with a mezzanine, a gym, breakfast room, utility room, study and cloakroom. There is a principal bedroom, shower room, guest bedroom with en suite shower room, two further bedrooms and a house bathroom
Set in 7.5 acres, there are landscaped gardens and grounds, a paddock, pond, stable block and a private parking area for multiple vehicles
Skew Green Barn is located a mile or so outside the village of Carlton Husthwaite and midway between the village of Coxwold and the A19 trunk road.