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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Richmond, North Yorkshire

Sold STC £695,000

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The Coach House is steeped in history and situated in peaceful, rolling countryside between the River Swale and the Tees, on the site of the ancient Brigantes settlement. Fully renovated in 2000 and 2012, the Coach House and the self-contained Dairy Cottage annexe were originally part of Stanwick Hall, the home of the Duchess of Northumberland. The Coach House and Dairy Cottage both enjoy great privacy and their own south-facing gardens with uninterrupted views of beautiful parkland.

This luxurious Yorkshire country home offers over 3000 sq ft of flexible and spacious living accommodation with a totally self-contained annexe which is all on one level and therefore ideal for a wide range of uses. The principal house has 4 roomy bedrooms, a large, well-equipped kitchen with Aga, a stylish dining room and a stunning lounge with a log burner leading into a beautiful conservatory overlooking south-facing, private gardens. Enjoying a beautifully secluded and private location, this property is ideally placed for the nearby market towns of Richmond, Barnard Castle which both have excellent schools and Darlington, with high-speed rail connections. The A1(M) is a 10 minute drive, Teesside and Durham are just over half an hour, and Newcastle is an easy 50 minute drive.

Internally - Approached through tall, 300 year old sandstone gate piers, The Coach House is a house of historic interest with the advantages of all the modern conveniences. The West wing of the house features 2 double bedrooms, a triple room and a bathroom with a walk-in shower. The light and spacious master suite is the only bedroom on the first floor. It has French doors opening onto a Juliet balcony with private, uninterrupted south-facing views over beautiful parkland, and an en-suite shower room. Also on the first floor is a large mezzanine.

In the East wing of the Coach House there is a large kitchen, with all the modern appliances you might need (5-burner gas hob in addition to the Aga, Neff combination microwave and electric fan oven), and a French door which opens onto a naturally sheltered sun-trap overlooking the south-facing gardens with beautiful garden views and parkland beyond. There is a gorgeous dining room that seats 8 in comfort and this has a lovely wood-burning stove to provide a cosy ambiance for entertaining. The spacious lounge has bi-fold glass doors that open into the large conservatory, providing a 34x18 living area. There is also a very large utility room for all your outdoor gear, in addition to washing and drying facilities. In all there are over 3000 sq ft of living area.

Decorated in 2016 to a high standard, with hardwood flooring and 300 year old stone pillars in the impressive entrance hall, the Coach House is a unique and very special family home.

Externally - Double remote controlled cast iron gates provide access to the front of the property and provide excellent security. This grand entrance has high walling to either side of a gravelled driveway and a formal lawn. There is parking for up to 5 cars together with a double garage and a passageway to the south-facing rear gardens.

The large private walled rear garden has open views over adjoining paddock land and is mainly lawn with patio areas and box hedge borders. The walled gardens and electric gates give total privacy. A paved pathway leads to The Dairy.

The Dairy - The Dairy has been used as a holiday cottage generating a rental income of between £16,000 and £20,000 per annum. Converted in 2012, this architect-designed delightful hideaway is all on one level and has its own totally private large garden. Warmed by underfloor heating throughout, the large living area (8m x 5m) is open-plan, with a dining area at one end and a well equipped kitchen leading off. There is a lovely log burner, a large roof atrium which floods the whole house with light and wide arched glass doors leading into the gardens. Leading off the lounge is a spacious bedroom, again with hand-made double arched glass doors opening onto private south-facing gardens.

The Dairy Cottage is flooded with light whatever the weather and the use high quality natural materials throughout - oak floors and hand-made doors, Jerusalem stone in the shower room and a solid wood kitchen - create a calm and peaceful environment for relaxation.

Environmental sustainability was important to the owners when they designed this conversion, as was the need to stay true to the original building and re-use as much of the original stone and other local materials as possible. The Dairy Cottage has underfloor heating supplied by a wood-pellet boiler which benefits from a £2000 annual RHI payment to keep it cosy and warm in the winter months.

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