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7 bedroom detached house for sale

Middleton-on-Leven, Yarm

Offers in Region of £800,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Set Over Three Floors
  • Five Reception Rooms
  • Seven Bedrooms
  • Five Bathrooms
  • Approx 3.4 Acres
  • Paddock & Stables
  • EPC Rating (EER) E - 49

Full description

Taransay is a beautifully presented property set in approx 3.4 acres of garden with paddock and stables. Spacious accommodation over three floors comprising of seven bedrooms, five reception rooms and five bath/shower rooms. Located within close proximity from Stokesley and Yarm with rural views over the countryside. EPC E49

Location - Located very conveniently, Middleton on Leven is a country gem, a tiny village nestling in the North Yorkshire countryside, away from it all but only 2.4 miles from Hutton Rudby, 4.7 miles from Yarm and 4.6 miles from Stokesley (distances are approximate).

Amenities - At the heart of the village, the charming church of St Cuthberts is Grade II Listed and English Heritage registered. The Stokesley school bus stops at the end of the lane, while in nearby Hutton Rudby there is a primary school, doctors surgery, Spar shop, hairdressers, village hall with tennis, bowls, keep fit and badminton and three village public houses each serving food. The market towns of Yarm and Stokesley provide individual shops, restaurants, libraries, supermarkets, leisure facilities and both private and state schools. In recent years, BBC Breakfast viewers voted Yarm High Street The Best High Street in Britain.

Description - Taransay is a prestigious and beautifully appointed country residence set in 3.4 acres of gardens, with an extensive patio for relaxing and entertaining and paddock with stables. With immaculate attention to detail, including solid oak staircase and newel posts, oil fired AGA in the living kitchen and marble fireplace in the summer drawing room, this property provides the very best of country living and provides spacious accommodation including summer and winter drawing rooms, garden room, dining room, study, living kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, five first floor bedrooms, two second floor bedrooms, two family bathrooms and three ensuite shower rooms. To the exterior of the property is a gravelled driveway leading to a detached garage block together with lawned front garden, delightful established rear garden with stunning views over the surrounding countryside, paddock area extending to 2.3 acres and stables.

Ground Floor - The light and airy entrance hall, with solid oak floors, gives access to all principal rooms. The summer and winter drawing rooms are stylish areas to relax and provide excellent hubs for family life. Taking full advantage of the views, the garden room is flooded with light whilst the dining room offers space for more formal dining. A south facing living kitchen with oil fired AGA fitted with granite worktops, integrated appliances and adjoining utility room plus cloakroom and study complete the ground floor accommodation

First Floor - An oak staircase with oak newel posts and wrought iron spindles gives access to the first floor which has oak floors throughout. A south facing master bedroom with balcony and ensuite shower room has views from windows to south and west, the second bedroom, with ensuite shower room, provides storage to either side of the dormer window and access to the loft space. An inner landing, with further wardrobe, leads through to bedroom three (with ensuite shower room, two further bedrooms and family bathroom.

Second Floor - The second floor landing, with access to under eaves storage, leads to bedroom six (currently used as a sitting room), bedroom seven and a further bathroom.

Externally - A gravelled driveway leads through to the front garden with lawns and established borders to the detached garage block and rear garden with stone flagged patio terrace with dwarf wall and steps feature pond and herbaceous border. A second set of steps leads to the side garage and garden area with delightful ponds surrounded by maturing willows. There is an orchard with a range of plum, apple and pear trees with gates leading through to the stable block and paddock beyond. The rear garden and house extends to about 1.1 acres.

Paddock & Stables - A gravelled driveway leads through to the front garden with lawns and established borders to the detached garage block and rear garden with stone flagged patio terrace with dwarf wall and steps feature pond and herbaceous border. A second set of steps leads to the side garage and garden area with delightful ponds surrounded by maturing willows. There is an orchard area with a range of plum, apple and pear trees with gated access leading through to the stable block unit and paddock beyond. The rear garden and house extends to 1.1 acres.

Services - Mains water and electricity are connected. The central heating system is oil fired and there is LPG gas available. There is a septic tank system which is share with two additional properties.

Council Tax - Hambleton District Council - Tel: 01609 - 779977 - Band G

Viewings - Strictly by appointment with GSC of Stokesley 01642 710742.

Particulars - Details updated December 2017


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