18th Century Kilton Mill Cottage in North Yorkshire, England

Listing Description

"For anyone harboring a desire to live within walking distance of the beach, to escape to their own seaside retreat or to own a character holiday let, it could be the perfect home. Located on the edge of a village near Staithes on the North Yorkshire coast, the beach is just ten minutes away while the energetic North Yorkshire Moors and seaside towns of Saltburn and Whitby are within easy reach. Cottagey in appearance with a pretty front garden, the four bedroom house opens up to offer a spacious interior set over three floors that can satisfy several generations. Renovated by the current vendors, it has been both a family home and a self-catering cottage sleeping eight and ranked four stars by Visit England. Built in honey colored York stone, it is charming and full of chracter with beamed ceilings and exposed brickwork, yet has contemporary bathrooms and a stylish kitchen, typical for the topography of the area, the house is built on a slope so the main entrance opens on the first floor."

OHDO Notes

Location: Kilton Mill, Skinningrove, North Yorkshire, England. At the time of this post, priced at £275,000 ($362,985 USD). For more information on this property contact Inglebys Estate Agents .

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3 Comments

  • Cathy F.

    Agree that the exterior is charming. With some changes to the interior’s decor – more traditional, I think the inside could be, too. I actually like the kitchen as it is, though. And in the first bath that’s pictured, I like how both the sink & toilet are integrated with the counter top, creating an unbroken counter space.

    • leighlev

      I agree with everything you’ve said( I like the kitchen too!) and want to add that I love the old rock walls in the courtyard. It would be so much fun to add some colorful pots and have a cute outdoor space.

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