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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Nafferton Road, Wansford, Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire

Guide Price £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • An imposing family home of distinction
  • Victorian former vicarage
  • Designed by George Edmund Street
  • Grade II Listed
  • Over 2500 square feet
  • Four bedrooms, three receptions
  • Garden approaching one acre
  • EPC Exempt (as listed building)
  • Superb property for a family
  • Country living at its very best!

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This Grade II listed period family home sits proudly on its exquisite plot in the heart of this highly sought after East Riding village. This property will adapt with your growing family needs. A property that has NEVER been for sale simply have to see it ALL!
Main Description An opportunity to acquire a stunning property of great historical interest which has never previously been offered for sale on the open market. Offering a wealth of character the accommodation which extends to in excess of 2500 square feet offers a lovely warm and friendly welcome and simply must be viewed to fully appreciate the unique and high standard of accommodation on offer. What an amazing location and property to bring your family up in with so much versatility, space and exquisite gardens! The Old Vicarage is something very special indeed to which only a viewing will surely portray.

This amazing Grade II Listed Vicarage was built in 1874 by Sir Tatton Sykes of the Sledmere Estate but was designed by the influential Victorian architect George Edmund Street who was famed for his love of the Victorian Gothic style and is perhaps best known as the designer of the Royal Courts of Justice in The Strand, London. The Old Vicarage has never been offered for sale on the open market in the past and offers the discerning purchaser an opportunity to acquire an absolute gem of a property, of great historical interest and offering a wealth of characterful accommodation which extends to in excess of 2500 square feet, yet offers a lovely warm and friendly welcome. The property stands centrally on a delightful plot which is approaching one acre in size with an array of lawn, wild meadow areas, seating and a vegetable plot. This really is a delightful home set in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds countryside and a house that deserves much, much more than a passing glance.
Location Wansford is a small rural village located approximately two miles from Driffield and one mile from Nafferton. There is an infant/primary school in Nafferton and the railway is within walking distance of the property.

The nearest town is Driffield which itself is centrally situated within very convenient access of the coast (12 miles), Beverley (12 miles), Malton (15 miles) Hull (20 miles) and York (28 miles). The town benefits from an excellent range of shopping facilities with major high street chains including Tesco, Boots, Superdrug, Iceland and Wilkinsons being supplemented by more individual local shops. The town offers good road links to the surrounding area as well as having its own railway and bus stations. There are two infant’s schools, a primary school and the secondary school being Driffield School which shares its site with the town's sports centre.

Property ref: 121_2398_4104748

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Added on Rightmove:
27 April 2016


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