Offers Over £625,0004 Bedrooms 3 Reception Rooms
Atlay House, Kepwick
• Spacious detached family home set in 3.44 Acres
• Stunning open views spanning across North Yorkshire
• 4 Large double bedrooms and 3 well proportioned reception rooms • Grazing land extending to 1.00 Ha (2.47 Ac) and stable • Rural yet accessible location
The village of Kepwick lies in a peaceful location on the eastern edge of the Hambleton Hills within the North York Moors National Park.
Situated just 3 miles from the A19, the rural setting of the village belies its convenience for commuting to both Teesside and the West Yorkshire conurbations.
The village is equidistant from the large market towns of Northallerton and Thirsk; both of which offer a large selection of shopping and supermarkets, schooling and recreational facilities and medical facilities with Northallerton having the local hospital.
The East Coast main line runs directly through Northallerton train station meaning connections with both London and Edinburgh are easy to access.
Atlay House is a well proportioned detached period property surrounded by large gardens with outstanding and far reaching views across North Yorkshire. Benefiting from a 1.00 Ha (2.47 Ac) paddock and stabling facilities the property is set in a total of 3.44 acres including the extensive grounds.
This spacious detached home is entered via the original heavy timber front door leading in to the vestibule and in turn to the inner hall with staircase leading to the first floor and doors radiating off to the spacious reception rooms and living kitchen. The inner hall has a solid wood flooring which continues through to the kitchen.
The kitchen is a large light room with ample space for family dining. There are an extensive range of base and wall mounted units with solid wood work surfaces and work counter spot lights. A ceramic sink, dishwasher, microwave and two ring induction hotplate are integrated leaving space for a range style cooker with pipework in place for an LPG supply and alcove to house a large fridge freezer within the kitchen area. Windows on triple aspects enjoy views over the side and rear of the property, to the paddock and to the front of the property over the gardens and to the open views beyond.
A downstairs WC is accessed off the inner hall and is fitted with a white suite comprising of wash hand basin, WC and radiator with two frosted window looking out to the rear of the property.
The main reception room is a fantastic room harbouring natural light and commanding spectacular views across North Yorkshire through an impressive square bay window. The rooms benefits from a high ceiling with the original coving and picture rail. A tiled fireplace with wood surround and stone hearth houses an open fire.
The second of the reception rooms is again a large light room with similar high ceiling, original coving and picture rails. There are windows on dual aspects over looking the garden and taking in the views beyond.
The third of the reception rooms would be ideal as a snug, study or playroom, with a brick built fire surround with stone hearth, high ceiling, picture rail and windows on dual aspects.
From the inner hall the staircase rises to the first floor landing and benefits from a large feature window overlooking the driveway of the property and to the paddock beyond.
The three of the larger double bedrooms lie to the front of the property and take in the same fantastic scenic views. All benefit from high ceilings and cast iron fireplaces.
The fourth bedroom is again a large double bedroom which lies to the rear of the property with windows on dual aspects and a cast iron fireplace with wood surround.
The family bathroom lies to the rear of the property comprising of a white suite with ‘p’ shaped bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC. A separate shower cubicle is accessed from the first floor landing and is fully tiled. A further separate WC is also access from the landing with white suite comprising of WC and wash hand basin, radiator and windows to the rear of the property.
22' 8" x 12' 5" (6.91m x 3.78m)
Reception Room One
13' 10" x 15' 11" (4.21m x 4.85m)
Reception Room Two
13' 11" x 15' 11" (4.24m x 4.85m)
Reception Room Three
13' 10" x 11' 5" (4.22m x 3.48m)
13' 10" x 15' 11" (4.22m x 4.85m)
13' 11" x 15' 10" (4.24m x 4.83m)
13' 9" x 12' 5" (4.19m x 3.78m)
13' 10" x 11' 5" (4.22m x 3.48m)
The property stands in a total of 3.44 acres composed of paddock, stabling and gardens surrounding the house on all sides.
A wide gated access leads to the large gravel parking and yard area to the rear of the property with gate leading to the paddock and track to the stable facilities.
The gardens and ground are extensive and fully enclosed with a variety of trees and predominantly laid to lawn. The front of the property faces South East and enjoys the sunshine while commanding excellent open views.
Gently sloping grazing land adjoins the main dwelling and extends to 1.00 Ha ( 2.47 Ac) The land is well fenced with a water supply available close by.
The property benefits from main water and electricity supply and oil fired central heating together with a bottled LPG supply for the gas hob.
Energy Performance Certificate
The property is currently rated ‘F’
From the A19 South take the left hand turning on to Leake Lane, opposite the Northallerton junction, signposted Nether Silton. Follow the road for half a mile turning right signposted Kepwick. In half a mile turn Left on to Ewe Leys Lane.
Continue on Ewe Leys Lane which in turn leads on to Litley Bank where the property is located on the right hand side and can be identified by a George F White ‘for sale’ board.