4 bedroom detached house
£750,000
Thorgill, Rosedale, Pickering YO18
  • Part exchange considered
  • 18th century Grade II Listed farmhouse
  • Located in a picturesque dale in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors
  • Set in approximately 6 acres
  • With a range of outbuildings dating from 1716
  • A stylish and modern family home with underfloor heating throughout
  • Oak frame garden room providing exceptional views over the valley
  • Well proportioned sitting rooms and four bedrooms served by three contemporary bath/shower rooms.
  • The outbuildings offer everything required for an easy conversion if required
  • Tranquil setting offering stunning views over rolling hillside
The property is set in approximately 6 acres and is approached down a track which extends along the valley side from the pretty rural village of Thorgill. From a distance it is clear that Hall House has been beautifully restored and significantly enhanced. The dressed sandstone has been cleaned returning it to its original colour and texture, the roof has been re-laid with striking new pantiles and the original windows replaced with efficient wooden replicas. Inside, the makeover and reconstruction has continued and transformed the former farmhouse into a stylish and modern family home with underfloor heating throughout and a range of high quality, bespoke fixtures and fittings. The property retains much of its original charm and character with a very practical layout, boasting a magnificent, extended, new oak frame garden room providing exceptional views over the valley, well proportioned sitting rooms and four bedrooms served by three contemporary bath/shower rooms.

Hall house

This recently renovated and beautifully refurbished 18th century Grade II Listed farmhouse, occupies a private hillside position in a particularly picturesque dale in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors.

Hall House is a uniquely situated stone built Yorkshire farmhouse with a range of outbuildings dating from 1716 which has recently been the subject of considerable attention both inside and out. Purchased as a collection of semi derelict farm buildings in 2005, the owners have essentially rebuilt and lovingly renovated it, using a mixture of original materials found on site and carefully sourced replacements.

The outbuildings to the property have received similar attention, resulting in a versatile range of barns and stores which could serve a number of uses, including holiday lets (subject to the relevant approvals). The outbuildings offer everything required for an easy conversion if required. The largest, a former cartshed, opposite the house has been comprehensively renovated but left as a blank canvass offering the opportunity to create a home office, a workshop or potentially a holiday cottage (subject to the necessary planning consents being granted). The other outbuilding extends to the side of the house and consists of five separate stores, some being used as utility spaces and housing services, others offering potential for a variety of uses including garaging.

Hall House occupies a beautiful hillside position, enclosed by newly rebuilt drystone walls with lawned gardens and a large gravelled yard on approach. A lovely terraced garden to the rear built into the hillside behind, is surrounded by the woodland above with a channelled stream, providing a super area from which to take in the far reaching views across the stunning Rosedale Valley.

The tranquil village of Thorgill neighbours Rosedale Abbey with its two public houses, an art gallery and tea room, and is a popular base from which to enjoy walks and leisure pursuits. The villages lie in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors, yet within easy reach of the market towns of Kirkbymoorside, Helmsley, Pickering and Malton with excellent facilities including schools and shops. Main House = 2,082 sq ft / 194 sq m

External Rooms = 217 sq ft / 20 sq m

Outbuilding 1 = 1,654 sq ft / 154 sq m

Outbuilding 2 = 1,283 sq ft / 119 sq m

Total = 5,236 sq ft / 487 sq m

Services

The property has mains electricity, a private water supply and drainage system. The heating is via an oil fired central heating system.

Tenure

We are advised that the property is freehold and that vacant possession will be granted upon legal completion.

Directions

From the A170, follow signs to Cropton and Rosedale Abbey. On entering the centre of the village, turn left up Chimney Bank and take the right turn just opposite the White Horse public house. Proceed through Thorgill and continue for approximately ΒΌ mile, through a five-bar gate and Hall House is the last property, directly ahead of you.

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