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5 bedroom country house for sale

Cleveland House, Hutton Village

Guide Price £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen & Utility
  • 2 En Suites
  • Family Bathroom
  • Stunning Gardens
  • Double Garage

Full description

Important for its quintessentially English architecture having been designed by Alfred Waterhouse, who also designed the Natural History Museum in London - this Grade II Listed fine English house sports one of the best addresses in the area. To the striking architecture, the current owners have skillfully added an eclectic mix of theatre, soft tones and warm hues to the interior, that succeed in being both exciting and calming and yet perfectly in keeping.

Location

Hutton Village fringes the west side of Guisborough off Hutton Lane, lying at the foot of Guisborough wood. Stokesley 9.7 miles, Middlesbrough 9.3 miles, Darlington 25.2 miles (distances are approximate). Road links to the A66 and A19 providing access to Teesside. Direct train services from Darlington to London Kings Cross, Manchester and Edinburgh. International Airports: Durham Tees Valley, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.

Amenities

Hutton Village provides excellent access to local schools: Primary Schools of Galley Hill, St Paulinus & Newstead Secondary School with Laurence Jackson and Sixth Form at Prior Pursglove. Guisborough is a traditional market town serving the immediate and wider locality. It is also home to some excellent sports clubs and facilities. Guisborough is well placed to serve Teesside yet is on the edge of some beautiful countryside and coastal villages.

Description

Important for its quintessentially English architecture having been designed by Alfred Waterhouse, who also designed the Natural History Museum in London - this Grade II Listed fine English house sports one of the best addresses in the area. To the striking architecture, the current owners have skillfully added an eclectic mix of theatre, soft tones and warm hues to the interior, that succeed in being both exciting and calming and yet perfectly in keeping. In the walled garden, the potager style kitchen garden takes you back to a different era and the views of the Eston Hills, countryside and grounds provide a feeling of being in an English country manor.

Accommodation

From the moment you step inside Cleveland House, you will be enchanted. There are quality finishes, curiosities and historic touches at every turn. From the ancient front door you are taken into a dramatic hallway and from here a truly magnificent staircase takes you to the first floor and then up to a dreamy bedroom in the tower. A bespoke and enchanting fireplace is the focal point of the master bedroom and the custom-made kitchen units are full of surprises such as an integrated bread bin and larder, providing plentiful hidden storage. The dining room manages to feel both formal and informal and the windows to two sides allow light to flood in.

A famous designer was recently quoted as saying: design should be low key, chic and understated, but also rich in detail. Cleveland House has achieved all of this and more and would make a wonderful main - or second home for discerning purchasers looking to buy a luxurious and unique piece of history in a stunning location.

Featuring

To the ground floor: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility/Boot Room, Study/Cinema/Family Room. To the first floor: Master Bedroom with Ensuite, 3 Further Double Bedrooms (one with ensuite), House Bathroom with Bath and Shower. In the tower: Double Bedroom. Externally: Double Garage in attached block, Private Walled Garden. Extensive Courtyard, shared with one other dwelling. Communal Grounds with Lawns. Pathway leading to walks in the woods and hills beyond.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

With panelled entrance door, solid oak flooring and staircase with mahogany newel posts and spindles leading to first floor level.

Cloakroom

With low level flush wc, hand basin, solid oak flooring, Expelair fan and recessed spot light to ceiling.

Sitting Room

4.78 x 4.14m (15'8 x 13'7 )

A well proportioned room with fireplace incorporating a living flame gas fire on black marble hearth, coved ceiling, dado rail and double sash windows enjoying views across the garden.

Dining Room

4.8m x 4.19m (15'9 x 13'9 )

A well proportioned formal dining area with coved ceiling, picture rail and three sash windows to the east aspect.

Kitchen

4.27m x 3.37m (14'0 x 11'1 )

A well proportioned kitchen with windows to either hand giving plenty of light. There is a good range of bespoke wall and floor cupboards with solid quartz working surfaces with integral sink unit. There is a Neff 5 ring stainless steel gas hob with Neff extraction hood over and stainless steel splashback, stainless steel fronted double electric oven with integral fittings including Neff dishwasher, microwave, integral fridge freezer and wine rack, corner pantry cupboard, recessed spot lighting and Welsh slate flooring.

Rear Hall

With gothic style arched doors to both driveway and rear courtyard and slate flooring. An excellent thoroughfare accessing the additional utility and study/playroom giving, if preferred, separate uninterrupted access to this space.

Utility Room

4m x 1.4m (13'1 x 4'7 )

With additional working surfaces and inset stainless steel sink unit, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, vent for tumble dryer and space for upright fridge freezer, the room is part tiled to the walls and has slate flooring throughout.

Study/Playroom

4.93m x 4m (16'2 x 13'1 )

A versatile and most useful room available for a variety of uses with solid wooden block effect laminate flooring and door leading out to the rear courtyard.

First Floor

Landing

An attractive landing area with stripped balustrading, solid oak flooring and access to the airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. Of note is the cantilever staircase leading to the second floor bedroom.

Master Bedroom

4.09m x 3.68m (13'5 x 12'1 )

An attractive and well proportioned room with period style fireplace, access to storage loft and sash window giving views across to High Cliff.

Ensuite Shower Room

Fully tiled shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower, period style pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush wc, Expelair fan and recessed spot lights, window

Bedroom Two

4.82m x 4.27m (15'10 x 14'0 )

An attractive and well proportioned east facing room with 3 sash windows.

Ensuite Shower Room

Partly tiled with shower cubicle, Aqualisa shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush wc, Expelair fan and recessed lighting.

Bedroom Three

4.93m x 4.16m max overall (16'2 x 13'8 max overa

Another well proportioned bedroom with exposed and stripped floor boards, 2 sash windows with views across to Hutton Gate, walk in wardrobe and access to loft void.

Bedroom Four

3.22m x 2.28m (10'7 x 7'6 )

With fitted wardrobes, further built in cupboard and sash window enjoying views across the communal gardens to the front.

Bathroom

3m x 2.62m (9'10 x 8'7 )

A splendidly finished and luxurious suite comprising corner bath with limed oak panelling, wash hand basin with vanity unit and cupboards below, low level flush wc and corner shower cubicle. There is an attractive ceramic tiled floor and part tiling to the walls incorporating fitted mirror to the wash hand basin, electric shaving point, recessed spot lighting and further access to loft storage.

Second Floor

Bedroom Five

4.22m x 3.36m (13'10 x 11'0 )

A most enchanting room with 4 windows to the front and rear and located within the tower of the building. This room enjoys fabulous views to both aspects. There is access to loft storage with the potential, subject to the necessary regulations, for additional accommodation within the loft of the tower.

Externally

Double Garage

7.37m x 6.2m (24'2 x 20'4 )

Adjoining the property with twin timber framed double doors. The garage has light and power connected and is also alarmed

Gardens

The garden lies to the side of Cleveland House and is enclosed on one side by the original garden wall and on two sides by traditional wrought iron railing. The garden is accessed through a pair of wrought iron gates and has been landscaped to provide splendid and enjoyable flower beds containing box, privet, lavender and traditional ornamental shrubs. There is a flagged terrace and access through a roofed area with gates leading to the rear shared courtyard.

Communal Area

There is a communal lawned area to the east side of the properties which is shared with the adjoining houses. The common areas are maintained via an informal residents association contributing to street lighting, gravel track, communal grassed areas and snow clearance.

Additional Features

With period Victorian and gothic styles, cantilever staircase to second floor, stripped floors, bespoke fitted kitchen with extremely well presented accommodation. The property lies within the North York Moors National Park Conservation Area.

Council Tax

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council - Tel: 01642 444000 - Band G

Services

All mains services are connected.

Viewings

Strictly by appointment with GSC of Stokesley

Particulars

Particulars written August 2011

Photographs

Photographs taken August 2011

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