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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Studley Roger, Ripon, HG4

Guide Price £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superb detached house
  • Exceptional village
  • Four bedrooms
  • Spacious living rooms
  • Detached barn
  • Ideal annex or office
  • Double garage
  • Lovely gardens
  • 0.43 acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This individual detached home offers sympathetically designed, spacious four bedroom accommodation together with a detached converted barn offering an annexe/home office, set within 0.43 acres of well-tended walled gardens at the heart of this highly sought after village.

A most attractive and substantial detached home sympathetically designed and built to compliment the stunning period properties that surround it. Paddock house was built in 1981 in reclaimed brick and of spacious proportions and there are four bedrooms including a master suite with dressing room and en-suite, whilst to the ground floor there are two reception rooms a study, breakfast kitchen and utility room, yet there is further scope for extension if desired, subject to receipt of the necessary consents. The main property is complimented by a very flexible detached building which was formally a dairy barn and has been converted to provide a self-contained annexe formally used as an office and for entertaining, yet having obvious scope for use by a relative or other uses again subject to receipt of the necessary consents. Oil fired central heating is connected in separate systems to the main house and to the barn, plus there is double glazing throughout including double glazed sash windows predominantly in the main house. Paddock House is set within most attractive gardens of 0.43 acres, featuring lawns and areas for sitting and entertaining, all being most private and within a walled perimeter, with private access to a large driveway and attached double garage.

Paddock house is one of only a few detached houses in this most attractive and sought after village. Studley Roger is a much sought-after small hamlet on the edge of the famous Studley Royal Deer Park and the breathtaking ruins of Fountains Abbey which is a world heritage site. These historically important attractions are within very easy reach and therefore the individual homes in this small hamlet rarely come to the market. The property's location is also highly convenient, within two miles of Ripon's centre, a historic Cathedral city which is well served by shops, supermarkets, restaurants and bars along with a weekly market and extensive leisure facilities. There are primary schools nearby in Ripon and surrounding villages, along with secondary education at the highly regarded Ripon Grammar School. The Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Yorkshire Dales and Moors are all located nearby, plus the fashionable Spa town of Harrogate and cities of Leeds and York. For the commuter the A1 is within easy reach and provides access to the key business centres and motorway network of Yorkshire and Teesside, along with mainline rail links to London Kings Cross from York and Thirsk.

Leave Ripon's Market Square on Westgate and turn left at the T-junction, onto Park Street pass the spa baths and continue to the mini roundabout, then turn left onto Studley Road until the next roundabout. Continue ahead towards Pateley Bridge and then turn left as sign posted to Studley Rodger. Follow the road into the village and upon reaching the village Hall turn right immediately after and the entrance to Paddock House can be found on the right hand side, identified by our for sale sign


GROUND FLOOR 

Entrance: 
Via solid wooden entrance door to the front, opening to:

Entrance Vestibule: 
With decorative tiled flooring, an arched window to the front and a multi paned door which opens to:

Reception Hall: 
Spacious and having stairs rising to the first floor with an under stairs cupboard, with wrought iron balustrade and wooden hand rail. Having ceiling cornice and doors leading to all principle rooms.

Sitting Room: 
A well-proportioned reception room the full depth of the property and having a wooden fire surround with marble inlay, marble hearth and inset open fire having wooden mantel over, with ceiling cornice and sash windows to the front, side and rear all overlooking the gardens.

Dining Room: 
Having ceiling cornice and two sash windows to the front of the property with a southerly aspect.

Inner Hall: 

With cloaks rail. 

Guest Wc: 
Having a white suite of wc and matching wash basin, half tiled walls and opaque rear window.

Breakfast Kitchen: 
Fitted with an excellent range of wall and base level units having solid wooden work surfaces, tiled splash backs and inset stainless steel sink with drainer. Having brick feature which houses the double oven, along with display shelving, there is a four ring electric hob with extractor fan over, space for a fridge and plumbing for a dishwasher. Having exposed beam to the ceiling, cushion flooring, a stable door leading to the rear hall, sash window to the rear and further window to the side.

Rear Hall: 
With tiled flooring, a upvc door leading to the garden, personal door to the garage and window to the side. Open to:

Utility Room: 
Particularly spacious and fitted with a range of base level units with laminate work surfaces over having a inset stainless steel sink with drainer. Having space/plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and space for a fridge freezer. There are fully tiled walls and a feature brick wall to the rear of the garage, tiled flooring, two sash windows to the rear and a further sash window to the side.

FIRST FLOOR 

Landing: 
With recessed airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and having fitted shelving, access to the roof void and a sash window to the rear overlooking the superb gardens.

Bedroom 1: 
An impressive master bedroom approached via a private entrance area with built-in storage cupboard, the bedroom features a ceiling cornice and south facing sash window to the front overlooking the garden and village beyond. The bedroom is open to:

Dressing Room: 
With built-in wardrobes to one wall having hanging rails and shelving space along with a matching chest of draws with side sash window over.

En-Suite Shower Room: 
Fitted with a light coloured suite of pedestal wash basin, matching wc and bidet, a corner shower unit, fully tiled walls and opaque sash window to the rear.

Bedroom 2: 
Having a south facing sash window to the front of the property with delightful outlook across the garden and beyond.

Bedroom 3: 
Also having a south facing sash window to the front.

Bedroom 4: 
Having a sash window to the side with distant views across the village and fields beyond.

House Bathroom: 
Fitted with a white suite of bath with shower over, matching pedestal wash basin and wc, with fully tiled walls, corner cupboard and opaque sash window to the rear.

OUTSIDE 
Paddock House is approached at the front by double wrought iron gates set within rustic brick pillars, initially there is a paved area opening to a large gravelled driveway with stone edging and parking space and turning area for several vehicles, giving access to:

Double Garage: 
With twin up and over doors to the front set within arched openings, having the provision of electric light and power, base level units, central heating boiler, eaves storage over and a personal door to the rear hall. To the front of the property there is a paved terrace which leads to a wrought iron hand gate set within brick pillars and gives access via a paved and gravelled pathway to:

DETACHED BARN 
A former dairy barn which has been converted to provide additional accommodation which could be a separate annexe and has previously has been used as a home office. Please note suitable planning permissions and building regulations approval may be required for alternative usages. Comprising:

Kitchen: 
Via solid wooden entrance door to the front having opaque glazed side panel, fitted with base level units with stainless steel sink over, there is an inset electric baby belling oven with two ring electric hob over, there is tiled flooring and a separate oil fired central heating boiler for the barn. With access to the roof void and a window to the side.

Wc: 
With white wc and matching wash basin with tiled splash back, there is an opaque side window.

Lounge: 
Having a brick fire surround with tiled hearth and inset suitable for an open fire, with vaulted ceiling having exposed beams, impressive purpose made timber bar with shelving and drink optics, three windows to the front overlooking the gardens.

Games Room: 
A flexible room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and two windows to the front of the barn with views across the garden.

Study: 
Having vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and windows to the front and rear.

Garden Store: 
Accessed externally and providing useful external storage, having a window to the side.

GARDENS 
The garden at Paddock House is a particular feature and extends to almost half an acre in total, enclosed by brick and cobble boundary walls therefore affording a high degree of privacy. To the front the garden is south facing, laid mainly to lawn with shrub borders and a feature rockery with ornamental water feature along with outside lighting and security lighting.

Rear Garden: 
Adjoining the rear of the property there is a paved patio with low brick wall separating the lawn and an attractive orchard area to the south of the barn. Paved steps lead to a gravelled path which runs along the front of the barn where there are box hedges adjoining the building with shrub borders behind and having outside lighting. The garden is predominantly lawned and features a central paved area having a water feature and raised shrub beds.

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19 March 2014

Nearest station

  • Knaresborough (8.9 mi)
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01765 774005 Local call rate

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Nearest station

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

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Dacre Son & Hartley, Ripon - Sales

10 Queen Street, Ripon, HG4 1ED

01765 774005 Local call rate

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