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Low Hall Cottage, Brompton-by-Sawdon YO13 9DH

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This is an exceptionally glamorous, new-build house of more than 4000 sq ft with garaging, stables and 2 acres. New-build, high tech, high specification finish and eco friendly.

Entrance and staircase hall, wc, drawing room, study, playroom, garden room, kitchen and dining room, rear hall with storage, utility room, boot room, wc
Master bedroom with en suite bathroom, 2 further bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, store room.
Top floor bedroom with en suite bathroom, store room
Garaging, stables, gardens and grounds

Approximately just over 2 acres

Low Hall Cottage, Brompton-by-Sawdon, Scarborough YO13 9DH

Low Hall Cottage is a bespoke new-build house of more than 4000 sq. feet that demonstrates, in every aspect, a remarkable level of craftsmanship, design and finish. It stands in three acres of private grounds with superb garaging and stabling facilities in keeping with the character and style of the main house.

• New-build designed to maximise space and light
• Eco friendly, with sustainability used throughout the design and build process – A Daiken air source heat pump supplies the heating and the hot water and there are two Airflow heat recovery systems enabling the house to circulate heat and therefore use less energy.
• High specification finish behind a traditional exterior: limestone flooring downstairs, natural limestone and quartz to bathrooms, Duravit and Keuco sanitary ware, Hans Grohe taps, Neo roof lights, Schüco glazed link in aluminium, handmade reclaimed bricks, natural handmade clay pantiles, Welsh slate, reclaimed stone ridge tiles, and reclaimed natural sandstone walling.
• High tech kitchen: Schuller kitchen with quartz worktops, 2x Neff ‘slide and hide’ multifunctional fan ovens, Neff steam oven and combination microwave/ fan oven, 2 x dishwashers, wine fridge, full height fridge, freezer, Neff 900mm Induction hob and pop up cooker hood.
• Three bay oak framed garage and further stable block.
• Within half an hour of Malton railway station with connections to York and the East Coast Mainline to London

Low Hall Cottage is set back from the road behind a reclaimed stone wall. The drive leads to a turning area and the oak framed garage block. Cleverly hidden behind this is the stable block and yard. From here the land flows to the south down to the Brompton canal. There is a large private garden to the west and folding doors pen out onto this side of the garden bringing the outside in.

Approximately just over 2 acres

Brompton-by-Sawdon is a picturesque and thriving rural village in the Derwent valley situated midway between Scarborough and Pickering, within a mile of the North York Moors National Park and within easy reach of the Yorkshire coastline. There are a good range of amenities including a post office/store, church (where William Wordsworth married local farmer’s daughter Mary Hutchinson in 1802), a highly regarded butcher, The Forge tea rooms and restaurant and The Cayley Arms pub. Four miles to the south is the A64 providing easy access to Malton, York and Leeds.

Scarborough 8 miles, Pickering 9 miles, Seamer Railway Station 5½ miles, Whitby 25 miles, York 36 miles. (Distances approximate)

Mains water, electricity and septic tank.

Local authority
Scarborough Borough Council 01723 232323

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