5 bedroom detached house for sale

Lane House, Aislaby, Pickering YO18 8PE

Sold STC £695,000

Property Description

Full description

Handsome period village house of 3500 sq ft with garage block for 3 vehicles, walled garden, Amdega conservatory, stone outbuildings and development potential - in all some 1.5 acres. Pickering 2 miles. See information re bypass proposal, below.

Entrance and staircase hall, sitting room, dining room, conservatory, snug, kitchen, boot room, rear hall, cloakroom.
4 double bedrooms, 2 family bathrooms, galleried landing, plus second floor bedroom and large store room.
Attached two storey garage block with development potential
Walled garden, large lawns, well wooded grounds, orchard, large stone built outbuilding.
In all some 1.5 acres

The village of Aislaby lies to the west of the market town of Pickering at the edge of the North York Moors. Lane House is located on the northern side of the village end on to the village road. Local facilities are available in the neighbouring village of Middleton, including Post Office, pub, church and petrol station with mini supermarket.

Nearby Pickering has a more extensive range of facilities. Communication links to York, Leeds and the A64 are within easy reach and the railway station at Malton brings York and its service to London’s Kings Cross within 1hour 45 minutes. The old market towns of Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley lie a short distance to the west.

The house, built of local stone, comprises:

• Late 16th Century house (not listed) that has been studied by the Yorkshire vernacular buildings group
• Impressive entrance hall with galleried landing
• Snug with multi-fuel burner and dual aspect with views over the garden
• Large dining room that could seat 12, with open fireplace and dual aspect.
• Light and airy kitchen with a gas fired Aga, granite worktops and views of the walled garden
• Magnificent 30ft sitting room with multi-fuel burner leading to the Amdega conservatory, which overlooks the south facing gardens
• Master bedroom plus three further bedrooms and two large family bathrooms
• Loft area with huge potential; part is currently an office/ occasional bedroom. With some ease this could be converted to extra bedrooms.
• Attached triple garage with large loft/playroom above, ideally suited for conversion to office or extra living space.
• Georgian walled and lawned gardens
• Solar panels discreetly placed in garden generate enough income to cover all electricity costs

Outside
At the front of the house a paved path leads to the front door past a small front lawned garden with a flowerbed border. To the south of the house and adjoining, is a range of three garages (two of which have automatic up and over doors) and a garden door at the rear. There is a substantial loft area above, ideally suited for improvements to form a playroom or separate office subject to the necessary consents.

The main area of garden is to the rear of the house and faces east and south. Outside the conservatory there is a flagged terrace with rose beds and an expanse of lawn protected by a curving beech hedge, with a mature magnolia and a fine acacia in one corner. Clematis, Virgina creeper, rambling roses and honeysuckle decorate the rear elevations, and there is an implement store and wood shed at the back of the house.

Beyond the beech hedge the garden extends away to the east with a number of apple trees, a flowering cherry, a spreading juniper, birch, copper beech and horse chestnut amongst other fine specimens. In the furthest corner there is a stone barn with a corrugated roof, used for storage , while to the north of the house a mellow brick and stone garden wall supports a greenhouse with a productive vine and provides shelter for a soft fruit and vegetable garden. A flagged path leads between neatly clipped lawns to where a herbaceous border provides year round colour outside the kitchen window.

Behind the high wall there is a further lawned area which provides a rear driveway to the property (as well as to the neighbouring property), and the garden is accessed from here by a five bar wooden gate. 

Environs

Pickering 2 miles, Malton 10 miles, Helmsley 11 miles, York 28 miles. (Distances approximate)

Aislaby, a small, rural village lies between Middleton and Wrelton, on the A170 road from Pickering to Helmsley.  It is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Aslachesby, the homestead of Aslac, the Dane. Located in the beautiful rolling countryside on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, overlooking the vale of Pickering, Aislaby is well located for access to the North Yorkshire coast, the North York Moors and the towns of Pickering, Kirkbymoorside, Helmsley and Malton.
 
A scheme to build a bypass on a section of the A170, bypassing Pickering, Middleton and Aislaby, has been proposed by NYCC. A review is currently underway with a decision being made in 2017 as to whether to progress the scheme. Such a scheme would have a direct and positive impact on Lane House.  NYCC – 26 October 2016 – TEE O&S Committee Highways Major Schemes List Review/1
Services
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.

Fixtures and fittings  
Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as fitted carpets, curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments etc., are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.

Local authority
Ryedale District Council 01653 600666 

Directions.
Travelling east on the A170, Lane House is to the north (left) of the road on the outskirts of the village of Aislaby some 2 miles before the market town of Pickering as denoted by the agent’s For Sale board. 

Photographs & particulars dated: April 2016 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 July 2016

Nearest station

  • Malton (8.9 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Malton (8.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Blenkin & Co, York

29 High Petergate, York, YO1 7HP

01904 200049 Local call rate

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