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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Manor House, Hutton Sessay, Thirsk, YO7


Property Description

Key features

  • Handsome detached family home
  • Five bedrooms
  • Spacious and versatile layout
  • Character features throughout
  • Enclosed lawned gardens
  • Outbuildings and garage
  • Open views
  • Viewing recommended

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


This Grade II listed detached village home offers spacious and well-proportioned five bedroom family living arranged over three floors plus a cellar with versatile accommodation, attractive gardens and outbuildings in a convenient village location.

A desirable detached period home which provides very spacious five bedroom accommodation in an attractive village location. Offered with oil fired central heating, the well-appointed interiors retain a wealth of charm and character yet offer scope for the purchaser to make cosmetic improvements to their own tastes and specification. There are high ceilings with cornicing, attractive period fireplaces and timber sash windows with attractive fitted shutters, some of which are double or secondary glazed. The Manor House is approached at the front by a spacious reception hall with attractive tiled flooring and staircase access to all rooms, a spacious sitting room over two levels with a marble fire surround with open fire and a wooden fire surround with multi fuel stove, fitted shelving and cupboard to the chimney recess along with French doors to a garden room which is glazed to two sides and has French doors to the garden, a well-proportioned dining room to the front, breakfast room with Rayburn and wooden flooring, kitchen with a range of handmade cream wall and base level units, leading to a utility room with door to the side and access to a guest wc. To the rear there is a versatile playroom with French doors to the garden and a spiral staircase leading to a lovely room with three sides, making an ideal office. On the lower ground floor there are two cellar rooms and housing the central heating boiler. To the first floor there is a spacious landing with a large window to the rear and attractive moulded plaster arch, leading to two principle bedrooms to the front each having recessed cupboards, a further double bedroom to the rear with an attractive fireplace, a versatile dressing room with built-in wardrobes, bathroom to the rear with a white suite and a separate shower room with a double shower unit. To the second floor, a spacious bedroom with built-in wardrobes and a window to the side plus access to eaves storage, a further bedroom with side window and a separate wc. Externally The Manor House is approached by double timber gates to the front leading to a gravelled driveway with off street parking for several vehicles, continuing to the rear where there is a single garage with up and over door and a range of outbuildings with various openings providing ideal storage or scope to develop into ancillary accommodation, subject to receipt of the necessary consents. To the front of the house there is an attractive lawned garden with planted shrub borders and trees providing a good degree of privacy, with a walled boundary beyond, the garden continues to the side with a further lawned area and attractive garden shelter, a paved patio to the rear with access from the garden room and playroom providing a private seating area for entertaining and enjoying the lovely aspect, there are further gardens to the rear with a grassed garden adjacent to the outbuildings and the brick built hen house, the gardens are south and west facing and all have an outlook across adjoining countryside surrounding the property. This handsome house is an ideal family home and requires an internal appraisal to appreciate the space on offer along with the established gardens.

Head out of Thirsk on the A170 and then at the roundabout follow the A19 towards York. Continue on this road and then take the right hand turning after Thirkleby, sign posted towards Sessay, Dalton and Topcliffe. Continue ahead and then bear left and turn left into Hutton Sessay. At the T-junction turn left and the property can be found on the left hand side, identified by our for sale sign.

Hutton Sessay is a traditional village close to motorway links and the market town of Thirsk. There is a public house in the village and in the neighbouring village of Sessay there is a highly regarded Church of England primary school in the village plus an active community, bowls club and cricket club. Thirsk offers a vibrant town centre with shops, services, public houses and restaurants, plus there is a secondary school. Surrounding the village there is open countryside with open views from the house, therefore some of the region’s most beautiful countryside, historic parks and gardens are within easy reach. The nearby road network provides links to the historic city of York and Cathedral city of Ripon, the market town of Easingwold, along with links to the business centres and motorways of the region including the convenient A1 and A19. Thirsk train station also provides frequent direct access to London Kings Cross.

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06 June 2016

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