An attractive three-bedroom bungalow with stunning lakeside views.
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Mar House offers over 2,000 sq./ft. of flexible light-filled accommodation, briefly comprising a glazed porch with double doors to a spacious front aspect sitting room with bow window with window seating and a feature fireplace, a generous front aspect dining room with bay window with window seating and a triple aspect garden room with garden access. The kitchen neighbouring the dining room offers a range of wall and floor units with integrated appliances and a large rear aspect fitted utility room, offering potential to combine the two rooms to create a stunning open plan dining kitchen.
The bedroom wing offers a generous dual aspect master bedroom with built-in wardrobes, a front aspect bay window with window seating enjoying the views over the lake and an en-suite bathroom. There are also two further well-proportioned bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a family bathroom, accessible in a Jack and Jill formation from bedroom two.
The property is approached through a five-bar gate over a gravelled driveway offering private parking for multiple vehicles and leading to the detached double garage.
The formal gardens to the front and side of the property are laid mainly to level lawn bordered by well-stocked flowerbeds, low level stone walling and mature shrubs and trees. There is a large paved terrace, offering stunning views over a neighbouring wildfowl lake and surrounding countryside and providing an ideal spot for entertaining and enjoying the westerly sunsets.
To the rear the property offers a low maintenance paved courtyard garden with raised flowerbeds and a useful garden shed.
The sought-after and picturesque village of Arkendale offers day-to-day amenities including a public house with restaurant, church and village hall and lies in the golden triangle between Leeds, York and Harrogate.
The popular and sought-after nearby village of Staveley also benefits from a public house, church, village hall, nature reserve and primary school. The historic market town of Knaresborough offers a wider selection of amenities and the property also benefits from easy access to Harrogate, a Spa town popular as a base from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales.
Harrogate is renowned for its shopping facilities including a shopping centre, an arcade and a wide range of independent retailers and supermarkets. Harrogate also offers a good selection of public houses, restaurants and cafés including the world-renowned Bettys Café Tea Room, while leisure facilities include a theatre, cinema and numerous sports clubs for cricket, tennis, rugby, football, squash as well as five golf courses.
From Strutt & Parkers Harrogate office, turn left onto Victoria Avenue then turn right onto Station Parade (A61). Turn left onto York Place (A6040) and follow this road for 0.7 mile. At Empress Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Knaresborough Road (A59). Follow A59 for 2.5 miles then at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Boroughbridge Road (A6055). Stay on this road for 2.7 miles then turn right onto Moor Lane. After 1.0 mile turn left onto Marhead Balk and bear left. Mar House can be found ahead.Read all
- Inner hallway
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Garden room
- Utility room
- Rear porch
- Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Additional bedroom with Jack and Jill access to family bathroom
- 1 Further bedroom
- Family bathroom
- Double garage
- Garden shed
- EPC rating D
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