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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Cleveland House, 2 Pease Court, Guisborough, Redcar and Cleveland, TS14

Offers in Excess of £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Ground floor WC/Utility
  • Large Sash Windows
  • Family Bathroom
  • En-Suite
  • Victorian
  • Views
  • Secure
  • Double Garage
  • Private back garden
  • Tucked-away location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Joseph Pease, the Stockton to Darlington railway pioneer, had Cleveland House and the surrounding properties designed as part of his estate by Alfred Waterhouse who also designed the Natural History Museum in London and the Town Hall in Manchester. Cleveland House was used as the Cook’s house to service Hutton Hall, his main residence.

To the striking architecture, the current owners have added an eclectic mix of drama, soft tones and warm hues to the interior, that succeed in being both exciting and calming and yet perfectly in keeping with the history of the property.

In the pretty walled garden, there are raised vegetable beds and shrubs with views up to Guisborough Forest and High Cliff and the surrounding countryside giving the feeling of being in an English country manor.

On the Ground floor there is a striking Entrance Hall with views through to the vaulted ceiling, a Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility/Boot Room with a further larger room that over the years has been a Home Office, Gym and Cinema Room but is now used as Family Room.

On the First floor there is a large Master Bedroom with En-suite, 3 Further Double Bedrooms, one with En-suite, and a Family Bathroom with a large corner bath and separate Shower cubicle.

On the Third Floor in the Tower, affectionately known as the Princess Room, there is a Double Bedroom that enjoys fabulous views to both aspects.

Externally there is a large Double Garage with more than enough room for 2 cars, a Private Walled Garden and extensive Courtyard, shared with one other dwelling. There are also Communal Grounds with Lawns and a pathway leading to walks in the woods and hills beyond.

From the moment you step inside Cleveland House you will be captivated. There are quality finishes, curiosities and historic touches everywhere you look. From the beautiful panelled gothic front door and solid oak flooring you are taken into a dramatic hallway where you can see right through to the vaulted roof and from here a truly original beautiful stripped wooden staircase takes you to the first floor and then up further to the “Princess” bedroom in the tower.

A bespoke fireplace is the focal point of the master bedroom and the custom-made kitchen units are full of surprises such as an integrated wastebin, bread bin and larder, providing plentiful hidden storage. The dining room manages to feel both formal and informal and the windows to two sides allow light to flood in.

With period Victorian and gothic styles, cantilever staircase to the second floor, stripped floors and bespoke fitted kitchen the property is extremely well presented.

Cleveland House is Grade II listed and lies within the North York Moors National Park Conservation Area and would make a wonderful main or second home for purchasers looking to buy a luxurious and unique piece of history in a truly stunning location.


On the Ground floor there is an Entrance Hall with views through to the vaulted ceiling. There is a panelled gothic style entrance door, solid oak flooring and original stripped staircase leading to the first and second floor levels. A combination of Farrow & Ball Eating Room Red and Skimming Stone paint has been applied to the walls providing a truly striking entrance.

Low level flush toilet, hand basin, solid oak flooring, extractor fan and recessed spot light to ceiling. Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone paint has been applied to the walls.

SITTING ROOM 4.78m x 4.14m (15’8” x 13’7”)
A cosy well proportioned room incorporating a stunning Fire surround with living flame gas fire on black granite hearth, coved ceiling, dado rail and double sash windows enjoying views across the walled garden. A combination of Farrow & Ball Hague Blue and Skimming Stone paint has been applied to the walls.

DINING ROOM 4.8m x 4.19m (15’9” x 13’9”)
A well proportioned formal dining area with coved ceiling, picture rail and three sash windows overlooking both the pretty communal green area and the walled garden. A combination of Farrow & Ball Charleston Grey and Pavilion Grey has been applied to the walls.

KITCHEN 4.27m x 3.37m (14’0” x 11’1”)
A well proportioned kitchen with windows to either side giving plenty of light. There is a good range of bespoke wall and floor cupboards, hand painted with a combination of Farrow & Ball Downpipe and Cornforth White paint with Cornforth White on the walls. White solid quartz work surfaces bring glamour to the room with an integral sink unit and a bespoke large corner larder provides plenty of storage. There is a large Neff 5 ring stainless steel gas hob with Neff extraction hood over and stainless steel splashback, stainless steel fronted double electric oven with integral fittings including Neff dishwasher, microwave and integral fridge freezer, a wine rack, recessed spot lighting and Welsh slate flooring.

The rear hall has two panelled gothic style arched doors to both driveway and rear courtyard with Welsh slate flooring, providing access to the Utility and Study. Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone paint has been applied to the walls.

UTILITY ROOM 4m x 1.4m (13’1” x 4’7”)
With additional working surfaces and inset stainless steel sink unit, tall storage unit, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer with vent and space for an upright fridge freezer, the room is part tiled to the walls and has Welsh slate flooring throughout.

FAMILY ROOM 4.93m x 4m (16’2” x 13’1”)
A large versatile room available for a variety of uses with solid wooden block effect laminate flooring, two sash windows and a door leading out to the rear courtyard. Separate access to this room is provided via a second arched gothic panelled style door from the front of the house. The room is currently used as a Family room with Farrow & Ball Drawing Room Blue and Peignoir paint applied to the walls.

An attractive landing area with original stripped balustrading, solid oak flooring and access to the airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. Access to the second floor bedroom is via the cantilever staircase. Farrow & Ball Eating Room Red and Skimming Stone paint have been applied to the walls.

MASTER BEDROOM & ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM 4.09m x 3.68m (13’5” x 12’1”)
With Annie Sloane Original paint and bespoke hand-painted Paris Grey furniture, combined with House of Hackney Flamboyance wallpaper and bedside lamps, this truly is a beautiful well proportioned bedroom with a period style fireplace and sash windows giving views across to High Cliff.

The Ensuite Shower Room has Annie Sloane Paris Grey painted wood panelling and House of Hackney Flamboyance wallpaper, and the décor flows in keeping with the master bedroom. It has a fully tiled shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower, period style pedestal wash basin and low level flush wc, extractor fan and recessed spot lights and sash window.

BEDROOM 2 & ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM - 4.82m x 4.27m (15’10” x 14’0”)
Bedroom 2 is an attractive and well proportioned east facing bedroom with 3 sash windows overlooking both the communal green area and the walled garden. The en-suite is half tiled with shower cubicle, Aqualisa shower, pedestal wash basin and low level flush wc, extractor fan and recessed lighting.

BEDROOM 3 4.93m x 4.16m max overall (16’2” x 13’8” max overall)
Another well proportioned bedroom with exposed original stripped floor boards, two sash windows with views across the walled garden and Hutton Gate, large walk in wardrobe and access to loft void.

BEDROOM 4 3.22m x 2.28m (10’7” x 7’6”)
Bedroom 4 has fitted wardrobes, a large built in cupboard and sash window enjoying views across the communal gardens to the front.

BATHROOM 3m x 2.62m (9’10” x 8’7”)
A luxurious suite comprising large corner bath with Annie Sloane French Linen painted oak panelling, wash basin with vanity unit cupboard below, low level flush toilet and large corner shower cubicle. There is an attractive Travertine tiled floor and Fired Earth part tiling to the shower and walls incorporating fitted mirror to the wash basin, electric shaving point, recessed spot lighting and access to loft storage.

BEDROOM 5 4.22m x 3.36m (13’10” x 11’0”)
A bright, sunny charming room with 4 sash windows to the front and rear and located within the tower of the building. This room enjoys fabulous views to both High Cliff, Guisborough woods and the surrounding areas. There is access to loft storage with the potential, subject to the necessary regulations, for additional accommodation within the loft of the tower.


Cleveland House has a full alarm system including the garage

DOUBLE GARAGE 7.37m x 6.2m (24’2” x 20’4”)
A large double garage adjoins the property with twin timber framed double doors. The garage is alarmed and has light and power connected.

The garden lies to the side of Cleveland House and is enclosed on one side by a brick wall and on two sides by traditional wrought iron railing. The garden is accessed through a pair of wrought iron gates and has mature landscaping, there is a waterfall and pretty flower beds, box hedging, lavender and both traditional and ornamental shrubs. There is a flagged terrace, raised beds and access through a roofed area with gates to the rear shared courtyard. All mains services are connected.

There is a communal lawned area to the east side of the property which is shared with the adjoining 3 properties. The common areas are maintained via an informal residents’ association contributing to street lighting, gravel track, communal grassed areas and snow clearance.

Hutton Gate provides excellent access to local schools: Primary Schools of Galley Hill, St Paulinus & Newstead. Secondary School with Laurence Jackson and Sixth Form at Prior Pursglove.

Hutton Gate fringes the west side of Guisborough off Hutton Lane, lying at the foot of Guisborough wood. Stokesley is 9.7 miles and Middlesbrough is 9.3 miles.

Guisborough is a traditional market town serving the immediate and wider locality. It is also home to some excellent sports clubs and facilities. Guisborough is well placed to serve Teesside yet is on the edge of some beautiful countryside and coastal villages with nearby Robin Hood Bay, York, Harrogate and Whitby as tourist attractions.

Darlington is 25.2 miles with road links to the A66 and A19 providing access to Teesside. Direct train services from Darlington to London Kings Cross, Manchester and Edinburgh. International Airports: Durham Tees Valley, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council – Tel: 01642 444000 – Band G

Other features:

Gas central heating
Fully Integrated Neff Appliances
Real Oak Floors
Utility room
Excellent Transport links to London
Good-sized rooms
No Onward Chain
Lots of storage space
Gas fire
Downstairs WC
Modern fireplace
High ceilings
Security system
Close to transport links
Luxury bathroom
Mains gas
Conservation area
Outskirts of village
Close to local shops

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 March 2017

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