UNDER OFFER

Brompton-By-Sawdon, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13

Guide Price
£1,750,000
Added on 20/09/2019
Cundalls, Malton
PROPERTY TYPE
Country House
BEDROOMS
x7

Key features

  • One of the finset country houses in North Yorkshire,One of the finest country houses in North Yorkshire
  • Secluded edge of village location in well wooded grounds,Secluded edge of village location in well-wooded grounds
  • Over 6,500sq.ft of well maintained living accommodation,Over 6,500sq.ft of well-maintained living accommodation
  • Beautiful landscpaed gardens and grounds,Beautifully landscaped gardens & grounds
  • Swimming Pool
  • Over 7,000sq.ft of traditional buildings offering potential
  • Situated in Brompton by Sawdon popular rural village located between Pickering and Scarborough
  • 22 acres of grassland, woodland, garden and grounds.,22 acres of grassland, woodland, garden & grounds

Property description

One of the finest privately-owned country houses within North Yorkshire, offered for sale for the first time in over 30 years. Low Hall is that rare find, combining a handsome Manor House, a range of well-maintained yet largely unspoilt traditional stone and pantile buildings, beautiful gardens and grounds and set within land amounting to 22 acres in total. A true lifestyle property, the like of which are rare to the market.

The property is situated in an exceptionally private and peaceful edge of village position on the south-western corner of Brompton By Sawdon. An attractive and sought-after village located approximately equidistant between the market town of Pickering and the coastal resort of Scarborough.

Grade II Listed, Low Hall is a property of great historical and architectural interest, understood to have been the original Manor House to Brompton By Sawdon being 17th century in origin. The property has subsequently undergone significant alterations in both the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, creating a property which is truly rich in character and showcases features dating back over 400 years. There is a wealth of period features including; oak panelling to the dining room, elegant sash windows which include the original working shutters, period fireplaces throughout, moulded cornicing and architraves.

In all the living accommodation amounts to over 6,500 sq.ft, however the property has the feel of a very manageable country house, and is currently arranged to provide four reception rooms, dining kitchen, utility and guest bedroom with en-suite to the ground floor. To the first floor are a further six bedrooms and three bathrooms and to the second floor is a bedroom with dressing room, store room and an office/bedroom.

The property enjoys an enviable, south-facing aspect and is approached through stone-pillared gates with sweeping, gravel driveway leading to the front of the house. Glorious gardens surround the property, with a lawned ha-ha to the front providing a pastoral view across the adjoining grassland and pond.

There is a large range of well-maintained courtyard buildings offering potential and the grounds include a rare and beautifully preserved Fifteenth Century Dovecote.

In all the property is situated within around 22 acres of land, which comprises around 15.91 acres of grazing paddocks. The woodland shelterbelt, gardens and grounds surrounding the buildings and Hall amount to around 5 acres. There is excellent riding on the doorstep with many miles of bridleways and Low Hall lies within Derwent Hunt country.

The house has been well-maintained throughout and whilst the property would benefit from some internal redecoration and updating, it is in generally good order and the gardens have been meticulously maintained.
Low Hall is situated in a delightful private edge of village position located off West End on the south west edge of Brompton-by-Sawdon village.

Brompton-by-Sawdon is is an unspoilt rural village located approximately 9 miles east of the market town of Pickering and 9 miles west of the coastal resort of Scarborough. The village is particularly well served with a highly regarded butcher's shop, restaurant and church. There is also a Primary School graded as Good by Ofsted located within the village. The Brompton Beck rises at the southern edge of the village and makes a charming pastoral scene meandering through the Butts. Much of the village lies within a Conservation Area and is characterised by pretty stone period cottages, the historic All Saints Church and Brompton Lake which is home to wild brown trout and a variety of fauna and flora.

A further range of services and amenities are available in nearby Scarborough - including beaches, shopping and recreational facilities, sports facilities, primary and secondary schools. There is also a railway station with regular services to the mainline station of York from where London can be reached in less than 2 hours.




,One of the finest privately-owned country houses within North Yorkshire, offered for sale for the first time in over 30 years. Low Hall is that rare find, combining a handsome Manor House, a range of well-maintained yet largely unspoilt traditional stone and pantile buildings, beautiful gardens and grounds and set within land amounting to 22 acres in total. A true lifestyle property, the like of which are rare to the market.

The property is situated in an exceptionally private and peaceful edge of village position on the south-western corner of Brompton By Sawdon. An attractive and sought-after village located approximately equidistant between the market town of Pickering and the coastal resort of Scarborough.

Grade II Listed, Low Hall is a property of great historical and architectural interest, understood to have been the original Manor House to Brompton By Sawdon being Seventeenth Century in origin. The property has subsequently undergone significant alterations in both the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, creating a property which is truly rich in character and showcases features dating back over 400 years. There is a wealth of period features including; oak panelling to the dining room, elegant sash windows which include the original working shutters, period fireplaces throughout, moulded cornicing and architraves.

In all the living accommodation amounts to over 6,500 sq.ft, however the property has the feel of a very manageable country house, and is currently arranged to provide four reception rooms, dining kitchen, utility and guest bedroom with en-suite to the ground floor. To the first floor are a further six bedrooms and three bathrooms and to the second floor is a bedroom with dressing room, store room and an office/bedroom.

The property enjoys an enviable, south-facing aspect and is approached through stone-pillared gates with sweeping, gravel driveway leading to the front of the house. Glorious gardens surround the property, with a lawned ha-ha to the front providing a pastoral view across the adjoining grassland and pond.

There is a large range of well-maintained courtyard buildings offering potential and the grounds include a rare and beautifully preserved Fifteenth Century Dovecote.

In all the property is situated within around 22 acres of land, which comprises around 15.91 acres of grazing paddocks. The woodland shelterbelt, gardens and grounds surrounding the buildings and Hall amount to around 5 acres. There is excellent riding on the doorstep with many miles of bridleways and Low Hall lies within Derwent Hunt country.

The house has been well-maintained throughout and whilst the property would benefit from some internal redecoration and updating, it is in generally good order and the gardens have been meticulously maintained.
Low Hall is situated in a delightful private edge of village position located off West End on the south west edge of Brompton-by-Sawdon village.

Brompton-by-Sawdon is is an unspoilt rural village located approximately 9 miles east of the market town of Pickering and 9 miles west of the coastal resort of Scarborough. The village is particularly well served with a highly regarded butcher's shop, restaurant and church. There is also a Primary School graded as Good by Ofsted located within the village. The Brompton Beck rises at the southern edge of the village and makes a charming pastoral scene meandering through the Butts. Much of the village lies within a Conservation Area and is characterised by pretty stone period cottages, the historic All Saints Church and Brompton Lake which is home to wild brown trout and a variety of fauna and flora.

A further range of services and amenities are available in nearby Scarborough - including beaches, shopping and recreational facilities, sports facilities, primary and secondary schools. There is also a railway station with regular services to the mainline station of York from where London can be reached in less than 2 hours.




Brompton-By-Sawdon, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13

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