6 bedroom detached house for sale

Thornton-le-dale, Pickering

Guide Price £2,495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed former Rectory - 4,500 sq ft
  • Newly constructed character property 1,600 sq.ft
  • Presented to an exceptional standard throughout
  • Extensive grounds - 1.2 acres (approx)
  • Range of high specification leisure facilities
  • Versatile and adaptable layout
  • Two superb properties
  • Sought after National Park Village

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Built in 1841 as the Rectory to All Saints Church and named for the original Rector. Comber House is an elegant and striking country house and with the newly built Lodge provides an exceptional level and standard of accommodation, together with beautiful grounds and facilities within the village.

Well deserving of its Grade II listed status, Comber House is constructed from hammer dressed stone under a Welsh slate roof and was built to an eye catching design with a central canted bay and elegantly proportioned rooms, with all the principal rooms designed to overlook the south facing grounds. Painstakingly restored under the current ownership with great skill and sensitivity, the interior space is highly adaptable and works equally well as one family home or arranged as two distinct living quarters, with the West Wing of the property dividing off if needed. Indeed with the large landscaped grounds and a superb newly renovated leisure suite with 30ft indoor Swimming Pool, sauna, hot tub and gym, Comber House has potential as a boutique hotel or spa and tentative enquiries with The North York Moors Park planning department have been favourable towards this; subject to obtaining all necessary consents and permissions.

Superbly fitted out and furnished to an exacting standard throughout, the main house provides over 4,500 sq. feet of accommodation which comprises; Entrance Hall, inner Hall with magnificent original staircase, Study with bespoke woodwork by Mouseman of Kilburn, formal drawing room with full height canted bay window, dining kitchen designed and fitted by the renowned kitchen and cabinet makers Chalon of Somerset. Cloakroom and further breakfast kitchen by The Handmade Kitchen Company of Pickering, rear entrance hall, sitting room and garden room which opens out onto the sunny stone terrace. On the First Floor is a large galleried landing with views across to the Church, large Master Bedroom with dressing room, five further large double bedrooms; two with en-suite shower rooms and two stylish high specification bathrooms.

The Lodge sits in the corner of the grounds with a separate access off Dog Kennel Lane. Constructed in 2015 with meticulous attention to detail, The Lodge is a faithful and beautifully executed detached house, built in the style of an original Lodge Building. Constructed from reclaimed stone, the property combines a traditional aesthetic with oak joinery throughout, deep skirting boards and stone edged mullioned windows with a modern, extremely energy efficient approach with every possible step taken to create a beautiful family home with impeccable finish throughout.

Comber House Lodge amounts to just over 1,600 sq.ft of accommodation and comprises; entrance hall, dining kitchen with handcrafted bespoke kitchen units, sitting room, utility, cloak and orangery. Upstairs are three large double bedrooms; one with en-suite shower room and a spacious main bathroom. Underfloor heating throughout and with private grounds; a superb independent property.

LOCATION
One of the main attractions of the property is the situation; being located in the heart of Thornton-le-dale, one of North Yorkshire most picturesque and popular National Park Villages. The village is centred around Thornton-le-dale Beck and Green, clustered around which are a number of small independent shops and eateries, including two public houses and bistro. The village lies on the doorstep of some of the most beautiful countryside in the area with endless opportunity for outdoor recreation.

Thornton le Dale is situated approximately two miles east of the popular market town of Pickering and eight miles north of Malton, and enjoys easy access to the A64 providing links to the wider metropolitan area. Malton benefits from a train station with regular services to the main line station of York, where there are direct services to London, Leeds, Newcastle and Edinburgh.


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Added on Rightmove:
14 January 2019

Nearest station

  • Malton (7.9 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Malton (7.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Cundalls, Pickering

40 Burgate, Pickering, YO18 7AU

01751 631005 Local call rate

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