9 bedroom detached house for saleSouth Otterington, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7
- 9 bedrooms
- 5 reception rooms
- 5 bathrooms
Otterington Hall originally dates from the early 19th Century with later Victorian additions. The house sits centrally in around 91 acres of parkland and grassland overlooking fabulous views and impressive hills of the North York Moors
Otterington Hall has many attractive features including ornate plaster work, ceiling roses, window shutters, decorative fireplaces as well as tall sash windows throughout.
The principal rooms lead from the reception hall and include the large, well-proportioned drawing room, dining room and family room. Doors lead from the hall through into the kitchen/breakfast room, a large room with two sets of double doors leading out into the gardens.
The sweeping staircase leads to an open landing with a master bedroom with ensuite dressing room and bathroom along with two further adjacent bedrooms. There is one further bedroom with an ensuite dressing room and bathroom, two bedrooms with a Jack & Jill shower room, three further bedrooms and two bathrooms. Stairs lead up to a second floor where there is potential to convert into further accommodation.
The property has a further three cottages and a former Coach House comprising of a gym, garaging and storage.
The gardens have some of the finest yew topiary in England, featuring a 100 foot long gallery that is believed to be unique. This dates from the 1920's.
The front lawns and gardens open into a series of garden 'rooms' with a range of borders and water features. The kitchen garden is to the rear of the property with there also being a tennis court, lawns and seating areas.
The area is renowned for sporting and the estate offers excellent opportunities for family fishing and shooting, with the ponds and woodland.
Otterington Hall lies between North & South Otterington, about 3 miles south of the market town of Northallerton and approximately 7 miles North of Thirsk, on the western edge of the North York Moors. The area is characterised by open farmland and wooded river valleys giving way to the impressive hills.
There are regular trains from Northallerton to London Kings Cross taking from 2hr 30mins. The A1 is also within around a 15 minute drive providing excellent communications to the south and north.
Northallerton 3 miles, Thirsk 7 miles, Ripon 12 miles, Darlington 20 miles, Harrogate 25 miles, Leeds 44 miles, York 30 miles (Distances and times approximate)
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