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£315,000 Mortgage options

4 bedroom detached house for sale

Stone Creek, Sunk Island, East Yorkshire, HU12

Sold STC

£315,000 Mortgage options

4 bedroom detached house for sale

Stone Creek, Sunk Island, East Yorkshire, HU12

Sold STC



Property features

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Extensive Victorian farmhouse in gorgeous condition
  • Idyllic rural setting with incredible views of the Humber and countryside all around
  • Flexible accomodation with several converted outbuildings
  • Beautiful period features throughout
  • 4 double bedrooms - master with the best balcony you'll find in East Yorkshire
  • Stunning farmhouse kitchen with Aga, pantry and utility
  • Studios, workshops and office space, perfect for home business or further conversion
  • Central courtyard, additional gravelled driveway, and large mature lawned garden
  • The perfect country escape, but only a few miles from nearest towns and villages
  • A unique opportunity not to be missed!

Nearest school

school icon  Patrington CofE Primary Academy (3.6mi.)

Property description

An incredible opportunity to own a unique extensive Victorian farmhouse set in a glorious East Yorkshire beauty spot with unparalleled views. Large flexible accommodation with recently converted outbuildings offers the possibility of running a home business or converting to additional living space.

SITUATION: Set in an idyllic rural location, this magnificent farmhouse has a prime position on the north bank of the Humber, adjacent to the pretty Stone Creek, and enjoys extensive views over the estuary and beautiful open countryside all around. Stone Creek is a picturesque rural hamlet consisting of a handful of properties, but is handily only a few miles from the nearest villages and less than ten miles from the city of Hull. This much-admired property is the perfect peaceful rural retreat for anyone looking to escape to the country.

DESCRIPTION: A gorgeous 3/4-bedroom farmhouse with beautiful period features throughout, generous courtyard parking, and large garden. Comprising porch, lounge with stove, grand traditional farmhouse kitchen with Aga and dining area, pantry, utility room, rear porch, family bathroom, and large study/fourth bedroom on the ground floor. To the first floor are three generous double bedrooms, master with a huge stunning balcony overlooking the creek and the River Humber. Attached to the house and surrounding the central courtyard are several generous converted outbuildings, currently used as textile studios, storage spaces, and an office. They provide endless possibilities such as running a business from home or converting to extra accommodation (subject to any approvals needed). There is a large mature garden, central courtyard with plenty of parking, and a further gravelled parking area to the rear of the house. With uPVC double glazing and oil-fired central heating.

UPVC double glazed entrance door opens to:

PORCH: 1.90m x 1.80m
Glazed to two-sides, with laminate flooring, wall light, and leading to the beautiful original solid wooden front door. This opens to a small lobby with parquet flooring, radiator and ceiling light.

LOUNGE: 4.15m x 3.83m at widest points
A gorgeous traditional living room brimming with period features including a brick inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel stove, beamed ceiling, and parquet flooring. With a window looking onto the courtyard to the front, and a quirky under-stairs storage nook with shelving and lighting. A door leads to the staircase to the first floor. With ceiling spotlight fitment, wall lighting and radiator. Door to:

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 7.41m x 4.34m at widest points
The stunning heart of this family home is the large traditional farmhouse kitchen. Benefiting from an oil-fired Aga with exposed brick surround, double Belfast sink, wooden units and tiled worktops and splashbacks. With a generous airy dining area, tiled floor, and wood panelling. Four windows look out to the sides and rear of the house. Ceiling spotlights and radiator. Opening to:

PANTRY: 1.72m x 3.38m
Fitted with wooden wall and base units, granite-effect worktops, and tiled flooring and splashbacks. Side-aspect window, loft access, ceiling light and plenty of storage space.

Glazed to three sides, with tiled floor, ceiling light, and door leading to the garden.

UTILITY: 2.16m x 2.96m
With wooden units and shelving, granite-effect worktops, Belfast sink, and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Two windows look to the front and side of the house. Loft access, ceiling light and radiator.

HALL: 3.84m x 1.05m
Leading from the lounge to the study and bathroom. Continuing the parquet flooring, and with wood panelling, ceiling light, radiator, and window onto the rear garden. Door to:

BATHROOM: 2.69m x 2.57m
A gloriously light and spacious family bathroom, with two large part-frosted windows looking to the side and rear garden. With panelled bath, separate shower cubicle, pedestal basin, WC, and storage cupboard. Part-tiled and with parquet flooring, ceiling light, and radiator.

STUDY/BEDROOM 4: 3.98m x 3.63m
With a large window to the rear garden and further side-aspect window. Fitted with shelving, radiator, ceiling light and picture rail.

LANDING: With side-aspect window looking out over the countryside, ceiling light, and loft access.

BEDROOM 1: 3.99m x 3.63m, plus large balcony
The jewel of this house is the magnificent balcony off the master bedroom, with spectacular views out over the creek and to the River Humber beyond, accessed via a uPVC double glazed door. In the master bedroom are two further side-aspect windows looking out across the countryside, ceiling light and radiator.

BEDROOM 2: 4.24m x 3.94m
Currently used as an office. With window overlooking the courtyard to the front of the house, fitted wardrobes, ceiling light and radiator.

BEDROOM 3: 3.83m x 2.72m
Currently used as an office. With a rear-aspect window looking down the garden, radiator and ceiling light.


A door from the pantry leads to

STUDIO/WORKSHOP: 5.98m x 4.02m
Recently converted to a textile studio, and with fabulous potential for many uses. This bright double-height former stable is now fully insulated, plastered, and fitted with two skylights, beams, LED panel lighting, base units with worktops, shelving, and a cupboard housing the boiler. UPVC French doors and two windows open onto the central courtyard. Door to:

Also recently converted, this second workshop space has a mezzanine storage floor accessed by a pull-down ladder. Fully insulated and plastered, and fitted with large double Belfast sink, industrial sink unit, cupboards, worktops, LED panel lighting, and a window onto the courtyard.

UPVC French doors from the courtyard lead to:

WORKSHOP/STORE: 7.63m x 4.25m
Set on the ground floor of the old barn, with exposed brick and wood panelling, beams, ceiling lights, electrical points, and stairs to the first-floor office. Opening to:

STORAGE BARN: 4.35m x 4.25m
Double height, with skylights, beams, LED panel lighting, and electrical points.

OFFICE: 7.63m x 4.25m
Featuring a gorgeous full-length window looking out over the countryside, exposed brick walls and beams. With three skylights, ceiling lights and spotlights.

The house and outbuildings wrap around this central walled courtyard, which offers plenty of parking space. To the rear of the property is a further gravelled driveway and parking area. Running from the back of the house almost to the water’s edge is a large south-west facing mature lawned garden with hedge to one side, trees, and mature shrubs.

SERVICES: Mains electricity and water. Oil-fired central heating. Drainage by septic tank.

COUNCIL TAX: Band C (confirmation from VOA website)

VIEWING: By appointments, please, through John P. Dennis & Son Ltd,[use Contact Agent Button]

N.B. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. Measurements are approximate and have been taken using a digital electronic device, which should not be relied upon for such matters as carpet fitting. Any plans provided are for room identification only. Prospective purchasers are recommended to check all measurements for themselves. Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation.

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