3 bedroom apartment for saleBrough Park, Brough Park, Richmond, DL10
Guide Price £395,000
- 3 Bedrooms
- Ground floor apartment
- Located in the West Wing
- Grade I listed mansion
- Double garage
- EPC Rating = D
Set amidst extensive parkland gardens in open rural countryside.
Foss House occupies part of the ground floor of the west wing of Brough Hall and provides well-proportioned and self-contained accommodation. The apartment has a wealth of original character including a spectacular Adam style ceiling in the drawing room, shuttered windows and an impressive carved stone fireplace. The dcor is elegant and in keeping with the character of this historic property. Foss House enjoys its own garden area with lawn, mature borders and spaces ideal for outdoor dining. In addition there is a double garage.
Brough Hall is an impressive country mansion, with many historical references, believed to date in part from the 15th Century, with additions and alterations in the 17th and 18th enturies by well known architects William Wakefield and Thomas Atkinson.
The property was the family house of the de Burgh family inthe 15th Century, inherited in 1575 by Roger de Burgh's daughter, Elizabeth, wife of Ralph Lawson, a prosperous Newcastle upon Tyne merchant. The property remained in the Lawson family ownership until 1979, when it was restored and divided into ten individual apartments. Brough Park is accessed via a pillared stone gateway, with the drive continuing through the parkland over Foss Bridge and providing access to the West Wing.
Situation & Amenities
Brough Park is set within extensive historic parkland grounds
providing a peaceful and tranquil setting. It is well located for
access to the historic market towns of Richmond and Darlington ,
offering a wide variety of amenities including national and local
retailers, a large range of bars, restaurants, cinemas, theatres,
sports centres, golf courses and state and private educational
opportunities. The Yorkshire Dales, Lake District and North York
Moors are in easy reach. The Zetland, Hurworth, West of Yore,
Hurworth and Bedale Hunts are all in close proximity. Golf
Courses can be found at Richmond, Barnard Castle and Darlington with Horse Racing at Catterick, Ripon, York, Wetherby and Sedgefield.
For the commuter, the A66, A1(M), East Coast Mainline, Newcastle, Durham Tees Valley and Leeds Bradford Airports provide links to commercial centres of the North East and beyond.
We are advised by the vendor that mains water, sewerage,
gas and electricity are connected.
Travelling north or south on the A1(M), take the A6136 Catterick junction. Follow the signs for Racecourse/Richmond. Go past Catterick Racecourse on the left hand side and opposite the Bridge Hotel, turn left. Follow this road for just over 1 mile and turn left signposted towards the Richmond Equestrian Centre. Approximately 200 yards down this road on the left had side is the entrance to Brough Park through a stone pillared entrance. Continue down this road for a short distance passing over a cattle grid and a chapel on the right hand side. At the crossroads turn right and proceed over Foss Bridge and bear right on the driveway into a gravelled drive which leads to Foss House.
Square Footage: 2,034 sq ft
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