Offers over £1,100,0005 Bedrooms 1 Garage 7 Reception Rooms
• Stunning 5 bedroom period property • 3 Beautifully appointed holiday cottages • Traditional buildings with potential for further development • Spectacular garden and grazing land extending to 4.58 Ha (11.33 Ac) in all • Extremely private yet accessible location
Sigglesthorne is a small village in the East Riding of Yorkshire. It is situated approximately 3 miles west of Hornsea and is an attractive settlement with an interesting and eclectic collection of predominantly residential properties. It is rumoured throughout the village that the settlement was given its name as a result of a Viking who lived there.
There is an ancient church dedicated to St Lawrence and a Church of England Primary School. On the main road there is a large garden centre offering a well-stocked gift shop and hardware items, café/restaurant and the usual gardening sundries.
A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the coastal town of Hornsea, famous for its mere which covers in excess of 450 acres and is the largest fresh water lake in Yorkshire, designated as both a site of special scientific interest and a special protection area for birds. In addition to this there are tourist attractions and range of shops in the pretty little town and to the south west lies Hornsea Freeport, the UK’s first factory outlet shopping village with a wide range of shops and stores.
Hall Farm offers an excellent opportunity for a lifestyle buyer having a superb main residence ideally suited to a family due to the spacious accommodation together with 3 well appointed holiday cottages and further development potential within the traditional buildings of the original steading complemented by 3.34Ha (8.25 Ac) of grazing land plus additional wooded areas creating interesting grounds and enormous privacy.
The main house has Georgian origins but was extended in Victorian times and again more recently offering spacious and beautifully appointed accommodation comprising 5 bedrooms 3 reception rooms and large living kitchen together with boot room and utility area.
The main entrance leads to a formal entrance hall and on to the inner hall and stair way (under which is a small cellar storage area) off which are two square reception rooms each benefitting from period features, high ceilings, coving and fireplaces housing wood burning stoves. One room has solid Pine flooring and feature ceiling rose.
In addition to this there is a large third reception room to the side of the property which was understood to be part of the original dwelling and has much lower ceilings and the original Georgian black quarry tiled floor. Another large wood burning stove warms this room and is set within a brick fireplace with timber mantle.
The large living kitchen is an open plan and contemporary living space and has the feel of the of the hub of the home. The floor is laid with black quarry tiles with underfloor heating and the base and wall mounted cupboards are bespoke solid wood with contrasting granite worktops. A Rangemaster electric oven with 5 burner gas having extractor hood over and the kitchen has the benefit of a double Belfast sink. A good size orangery creates a very pleasant and light dining area and links the kitchen to the day room. To the rear of the property there is separate entrance into a large and practical rear entrance hall which has a terracotta tiled floor off which is a utility room/ pantry housing the plant for the ground source heat pump.
To the first floor 5 good size bedrooms and 2 bathrooms complete the accommodation. A return staircase typical of the era rises to a light and spacious landing area off which the majority of the accommodation radiates. There are two large double bedrooms found to the front of the property each having period features including fireplace and shelved alcoves and taking in fantastic views south over the garden. The third double bedroom is of good proportions and has jack and jill access to a fully fitted contemporary shower room with WC and wash hand basin. The fourth double bedroom is a large room and enjoys views over the entrance to the property and boasts a Victorian cast iron fireplace which adds character. This room has a separate staircase access from the day room and the jack and jill access to the shower room provides en suite facilities meaning it is ideal for guests or older children still living at home. To the rear of the property is a tastefully fitted house bathroom having white suite with cast iron bath and separate shower cubicle. A fifth bedroom is a good sized single room with fitted wardrobes which looks over the patio area and orangery to the rear.
Hall Farm-Garden Room
12' 10" x 14' 9" (3.90m x 4.50m)
9' 2" x 17' 5" (2.79m x 5.30m)
Hall Farm-Boot Room
13' 1" x 10' 2" (3.99m x 3.11m)
Hall Farm-Utility Room
13' 1" x 8' (3.99m x 2.44m)
Hall Farm-Living Room
27' 4" max x 13' 11" (8.32m x 4.23m)
Hall Farm-Sitting Room
15' 10" x 13' 11" (4.83m x 4.23m)
12' 10" max x 12' 8" (3.90m x 3.87m)
Hall Farm-Bedroom One
13' 1" x 13' 9" (3.99m x 4.20m)
Hall Farm-Bedroom Two
12' 10" x 13' 9" (3.91m x 4.18m)
Hall Farm-Bedroom Three
14' 9" x 13' 3" (4.49m x 4.05m)
Hall Farm-Bedroom Four
8' 1" x 13' 11" (2.47m x 4.24m)
Hall Farm-Bedroom Five
8' 10" x 8' 8" (2.70m x 2.63m)
Hall Farm-House Bathroom
Hall Farm-Jack and Jill En Suite
Exhibition Cottage is the largest of the three cottages and is built over two floors. On the ground floor is an open plan living area with attractive wooden floors and beam ceilings, along with a kitchen area with a stone flagged floor. The sitting area again has a gas wood burner-effect stove. Also on the ground floor is shower room with a quarry tile floor and shower cubicle.
To the first floor are three spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.
From the cottage, French doors open onto a sheltered courtyard garden/dining area with barbeque.
Exhibition Cottage-Open plan Kitchen/Dining/Living
14' 8" x 32' 3" (4.47m x 9.82m)
Exhibition Cottage-Bedroom One
15' 5" x 13' 10" (4.70m x 4.21m)
Exhibition Cottage-Bedroom Two
11' 2" x 10' 5" (3.41m x 3.17m)
Exhibition Cottage-Bedroom Three
11' 2" x 10' 2" (3.40m x 3.10m)
The Old Dovecote Cottage
Dovecote Cottage was converted in 1998 from the old piggery and tack room. The cottage is suitable for people with disabilities, being single-storey and having a ramp access and wheelchair compliant doors internally.
The Cottage has a kitchen with a stone flagged floor, open plan sitting/dining area with wooden floors and a gas fired wood burner-effect stove, large bathroom with walk-in shower and two double bedrooms. Doors open from the living area onto a sheltered private rear garden with barbeque.
The property benefits from double glazing throughout and retains some original features including original dovecote windows. The property also has gas fired central heating.
The Old Dovecote Cottage-Kitchen
13' 9" x 9' 11" (4.20m x 3.01m)
The Old Dovecote Cottage-Living Room
18' 1" x 18' 9" (5.50m x 5.71m)
The Old Dovecote Cottage-Bedroom One
9' 4" x 12' 4" (2.84m x 3.77m)
The Old Dovecote Cottage-Bedroom Two
8' 1" x 12' 10" (2.47m x 3.91m)
The Old Dovecote Cottage-Bathroom/WC
Peggy’s Cottage, formerly used as a stable block, is a single-storey cottage, having an open kitchen area with stone flagged floor and adjoining open plan living/dining area with attractive wooden floors and gas wood burner-effect stove.
There are two double bedrooms, a large bathroom with shower cubicle and a rear courtyard garden.
Again, the property has the benefit of gas fired central heating, double glazing throughout and a door opening from the sitting room onto the rear courtyard garden.
Peggy’s Cottage-Open Plan Living/Kitchen
13' 6" x 25' 9" (4.11m x 7.85m)
Peggy’s Cottage-Bedroom One
12' 10" x 7' 9" (3.92m x 2.37m)
Peggy’s Cottage-Bedroom Two
12' 8" x 8' 10" (3.87m x 2.70m)
The property is approached via a private driveway leading in to open gardens with an array of well established shrubs, bushes and trees. The driveway sweeps to the right leading on to the outbuildings and cottages. There is large parking area and access to the garages and workshops.
From the driveway gated access leads to the paved and cobbled suntrap patio area and on to the large gardens surrounding the main house. Being mainly laid to lawn the spacious and enclosed gardens are South facing enjoying the sunshine throughout the day, perfect for family life and entertaining.
To the rear of the property and accessed direct from the main driveway is a large purpose built four bay carport and double garage with wooden doors. The building also contains two further sections, one being the former washhouse, a workshop and log store. Both the outbuildings and workshop benefit from being insulated and dry lined ensuring full secure usage all year round.
Exhibition Barn dates back to the Georgian era and was believed to be the largest barn in Yorkshire at the time. Over the years the barn has had significant changes including having new roof trusses and being re-slated using materials from a historic structure on the old fold yard.
Planning permission was obtained by the current vendors in 1990 to convert half of the barn in to the current cottages. Subject to obtaining the necessary planning permissions there is scope to convert the remaining undeveloped barn in to additional cottages with patio gardens incorporating the old fold yard.
The old fold yard was historically roofed for storage and is fully walled with a path leading through to a small garth and in turn to the first of the paddocks.
Hall Farm is set in 4.58 Ha (11.334 Ac) of land split in to three paddocks and hay meadows, suitable for livestock and equestrian use. There is vehicular access through the land and a right of way passes over the neighbouring property to a side road ensuring easy access for agricultural traffic, livestock trailers and horseboxes.
A path winds through the woodland area planted with a variety of species and varying ages of trees back to the main house gardens.
The property benefits from a mains water, drainage, gas and electricity supply.
The main house central heating is serviced by an air source heat pump providing hot water and the under floor heating system servicing the kitchen, breakfast room and sitting room; This however is designed to be extended to the other downstairs rooms in the main house. The two further reception rooms, two of the bedrooms and bathrooms are also serviced by night storage heaters.
A range of solar panels have been installed on the South facing outhouses which provide an additional income via a feed in tariff. Further details can be requested from the selling agent.
Energy Performance Certificate
Hall Farm is currently rated ‘B’
The Old Dovecote Cottage is currently rated ‘D’
Peggys Cottage is currently rated ‘C’
Exhibition Cottage is currently rated ‘C’
From the M62/A63 head north on the A165 through the village of Coniston and Skirlaugh. At the roundabout where this road meets the A1035 turn right and proceed for approximately 2 miles. At the next roundabout turn right onto the A1035 and proceed through the village of Catwick. Head out of the village and continue for approximately 2 miles before turning right onto the B1243 signposted Sigglesthorne and proceed through the village. The property is located on the left hand side to the southern end of the village.
From Beverley bypass head north east on the A1035 and proceed through the villages of Tickton and Routh. Continue straight over the first roundabout and at the second roundabout turn right onto the A1035, proceed through the village of Catwick. Head out of the village and continue for approximately 2 miles before turning right onto the B1243 signposted Sigglesthorne and proceed through the village. The property is located on the left hand side to the southern end of the village.