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5 bedroom detached house for sale
Nether Hall, Nethergate, Nafferton
- Victorian Residence
- Four Reception Rooms
- Five Bedrooms
- Three Bathrooms
- Double Garage
- 8 Acres Inc Paddocks
- Useful Outbuildings
- Popular Location
This fine Victorian detached Gentleman's residence stands within extensive mature private grounds in a sought after part of this popular and well served village. The light and well proportioned accommodation enjoys an attractive outlook over the superbly maintained gardens and paddocks. The property extends to approximately 2.9 acres in total. The well appointed accommodation includes four reception rooms, kitchen and breakfast room with Aga, utility room, office, extensive cellars, five bedrooms including master and guest bedrooms with en-suite facilities. Useful outbuildings, stable, greenhouse and double garage.
This fine detached family residence is understood to have been constructed in the mid 1800's being the second of two replacements to the original Nether Hall which was sited on what is now the paddock land to the south of the current Hall. The second Nether Hall is believed to have been sited on what is now the paddock land to the south of the current Hall. Nether Hall provides well proportioned accommodation which although spacious, is not rambling. It also has one of the finest and most attractive gardens in the area. The principal reception rooms and bedrooms are light and airy and in most instances enjoy double aspect windows looking onto the private grounds and paddocks. The grounds to the property are exceptionally well maintained and feature extensive lawns, mature trees, a ha-ha, kitchen garden and paddock. Of particular note are the extensive Yew and Holly hedging which provide natural screening and privacy together with year round colour.
The sale of the property represents an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase one of the area's finest residences and interested parties are strongly urged to make an appointment for an internal inspection so that the true merits and finer qualities of this exceptional property can be fully appreciated.
Nafferton is situated at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds. The village benefits from a railway station (Hull to Scarborough line) and a regular bus service to Beverley, Driffield, Hull, Bridlington and Scarborough. The village has a good range of facilities including Post Office, newsagent, convenience store, hairdressers, public houses and Beacon status primary school together with a thriving sports club and Doctors surgery.
Driffield is a traditional established market town which earned its title as Capital of the Wolds by virtue of its central position within the county. The larger towns of Bridlington, Beverley and Malton and cities of York and Hull are within easy travelling distance either by road, rail or bus.
The Driffield Agricultural Show, first held in 1854 is reputedly the largest one day show in the country and attracts large entries to its livestock and show jumping sections as well as handicrafts and many trade stands.
The town offers an excellent range of shopping facilities including national stores such as Wilkinsons, Boots, Tescos, W H Smith and Iceland Foods. A new industrial site is located on the western outskirts of the town and is set to provide continued growth and employment to the area. Driffield is surrounded by a large agricultural community providing both employment and prosperity to the area.
Schooling is provided in the form of several primary schools and the very well renowned Driffield Secondary School. Sport and entertainment are well catered for, with well supported clubs offering excellent facilities for rugby cricket, football, golf, hockey and tennis. Driffield has a modern Sports Hall with swimming pool and multi gym plus a flood- lit all weather sports field. The town and villages provide a host of pleasant pubs and eating houses and visitors to the area are always impressed by the friendliness and hospitality of the local residents.
The Accommodation Comprises
With York stone floor and matt well.
A spacious entrance featuring an easy staircase leading off, Delph rack, single and double radiators, ornamental coving to the ceiling, thermostat for the central heating, original window shutters and telephone point.
5.49m x 4.58m (18'0 x 15'0 )
With open fire having a Baxi grate set within a traditional fireplace with marble hearth and mantelpiece, moulded cornices to the ceiling, television aerial point, picture rail, Bay window with full height windows giving attractive views to the south over the lawn and paddocks. Two double radiators, original window shutters, dimmer light switch, picture light point.
4.58m x 3.58m (15'0 x 11'9 )
With open fire set in a marble fireplace with cast iron inset, grate, alcove bookshelves and cupboards, window shutters, double radiator, picture rail, moulded cornices to the ceiling, dimmer light switch and television point.
5.42m x 4.43m (17'9 x 14'6 )
With open fire set in a traditional fireplace with marble hearth and mantelpiece, two double radiators, full height sash windows affording excellent views over the south facing lawn and paddocks. Moulded cornices, picture rail, dimmer light switch, original shutters and picture light point. Connecting door to the conservatory.
With single radiator and door to the cellar.
With York stone flooring, wall light point and double doors opening to the garden. Double glazed windows and doors to three sides.
With two piece white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, cloak hooks, single radiator and double glazed window.
5.19m x 2.97m (17'0 x 9'9 )
Fitted with a modern range of kitchen units featuring granite work tops and including stainless steel sink with mixer tap, base, wall and drawer units, glazed display units, wine rack, fitted bookshelves, larder cupboard, double oven and four ring hob, plumbing for automatic dishwasher, space for standing a fridge/freezer, Kairndine flooring. The kitchen opens into:
4.73m x 4.06m (15'6 x 13'4 )
With two oven oil fired Aga, pine alcove cupboard, coving to the ceiling, telephone point and two wall light points.
4.73m x 4.04m (15'6 x 13'3 )
With Gamekeepers sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine, large fitted storage cupboard, double radiator, understairs storage cupboard and enclosed staircase leading up to the first floor office. Original window shutters.
Nether Hall enjoys excellent cellars which are relatively dry but are fitted with an automatic submersible pump and includes a coal cellar, wine cellar and general storage areas. There is a coal shoot and the cellar also houses the gas fired central heating boiler.
With single radiator, picture rail, moulded cornices to the ceiling, two wall light points, linen cupboard with slatted shelving and radiator.
5.66m x 4.54m (18'7 x 14'11 )
With two double radiators, moulded cornices to the ceiling, picture rail, television aerial point, fitted wardrobe and double aspect windows with views to the south and east over the garden and neighbouring paddocks.
With panelled bath, shower and screen over, low level WC, vanity wash hand basin, half tiled walls, single radiator and moulded cornices to the ceiling. Wall light point.
5.52m x 4.67m (18'1 x 15'4 )
With double radiator, windows to the south and west, vanity wash hand basin with light over, built-in alcove cupboard and moulded cornices.
4.58m x 3.58m (15'0 x 11'9 )
With double radiator, windows to the north and west, alcove cupboard and book shelf.
3.74m x 2.94m (12'3 x 9'8 )
With double radiator and moulded cornices.
With white suite comprising panelled bath, vanity wash hand basin, low level WC, single radiator, airing cupboard housing the hot water equipped with electric immersion heater, half tiled walls and wall light point.
With double radiator, wall light point, built-in hanging cupboard, Bay window giving attractive views over the gardens, open fireplace.
En-Suite Shower Room
With shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, half tiled walls, two wall light points and shaver point.
3.85m x 3.17m (12'8 x 10'5 )
Approached from the secondary staircase leading from the utility room and providing double radiator, large fitted cupboard and telephone point.
The property is approached via a sweeping gravelled drive from Nethergate with double wrought iron gates which lead to the front of the property where there is a large parking and turning area. The drive gives access to the attached double garage 30' x 16'9 maximum narrowing to 16'9 x 13'6 with twin up and over doors, power and light connected.
There is a useful range of outbuildings adjoining the Hall including an outside WC, coal shed/log store and general tool shed. There is a further useful outbuilding which includes a stable 13' x 10' and feed room/work shop 10'3 x 9'9 . These buildings surround a York stone courtyard with outside cold water tap. The oil storage tank is also located here.
The gardens to the property extend to approximately 2.9 Acres and include extensive areas of formal lawn, kitchen garden and herbaceous borders, A particularly attractive aspect of the garden and the extensive mature Yew and Holly hedges which provide a stunning back drop to the garden, privacy and year round colour. Mature trees are also prevalent including a dozen Walnut trees. An Alton lean-to greenhouse was installed in 2010.
A secondary access which leads to the Priestgate is flanked by an avenue of mature Chestnut trees.
The two paddocks extend in total to approximately 1.4 acres and lie to the south west of the Hall.
A further larger paddock to the South of the Hall that extends to approx 4.5 Acres and an Orchard of approx 1 Acre are available for purchase by separate negotiation.
This plan is included as a service to our customers and is intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate. Not to scale.
All mains services are connected to the property. The property has a monitored security alarm installed.
The property is freehold and offered with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion (subject to confirmation by the vendors' solicitors).
The property benefits from a gas fired central heating system to radiators.
Rights Of Access
The main access to the property is via Nethergate however a secondary access exists over a private road which passes over Nafferton Beck and is approached via Priestgate. This right of road is for use by any lawful visitor to Nether Hall at all times and for all purposes.
Strictly by appointment through the Sole Agents on 01377 241919.
Council Tax is payable to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The property is shown on the Council Tax Property Bandings List in Valuation Band 'G' (verbal enquiry only).
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Disclaimer: Dee Atkinson & Harrison for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a Contract. No person in the employment of Dee Atkinson & Harrison has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.