4 Bedroom Character property For Sale   |   Middleton Road, Kilnwick Hall, Kilnwick, East Yorkshire, YO25 9JG   |    525,000

Key Features

  • Idyllic, edge of Wolds, village location
  • In minutes:York 45, Beverley 8, Hull 25
  • Endless potential ( subject to planning)
  • Sizeable outbuilding in grounds
  • 0.85 acre plot incl orchard + garden
  • Rich history : site of Kilnwick Hall
  • Private, secluded, quiet countryside
  • Up to 3,000 square feet + loft with RSJ
  • Large reception spaces with log burners
  • 4 double bedrooms + 2 bathrooms

Summary

Escape to the country. An exciting opportunity to purchase and further enhance a large converted, former coach house situated west of a quiet, Wolds' village in beautiful, countryside surroundings. The property, its grounds and its location could be the idyllic, country retreat you have been looking for: a place to chill out, relax and enjoy the country air; a place from which to offer country breaks to friends and family; or even a business opportunity, such as holiday lets, there is certainly the space both inside and out. Countryside walks and cycle ways are close by as are many other of the area's pretty villages.
The property is approached via a pillared entranceway leading to a hedged, private driveway with open countryside to one side and the property's orchard and meadow grass to the other side.
The L shaped building is currently designed with the living areas in the west wing and the bedrooms and bathrooms in the east wing which also features a large art studio located In the attractive, hexagonal shaped end with its own entrance way. The property fronts on to a courtyard garden where there is also a nearby outbuilding, offering potential for further development a separate cottage or annexe (subject to relevant planning consent ).The living areas include an entrance porch; a large sitting room which overlooks the courtyard and features a large brick fire place with a log burner, it has a designated snug area and a large mezzanine with a spiral staircase. There is also an open plan living, dining kitchen area , a utility room and cloakroom /WC. The 4 double bedrooms - including the main bedroom with an en-suite and walk-in wardrobe- run alongside a long hallway with windows overlooking the courtyard . There is also a large family bathroom and a large studio at the end of this wing. A staircase leads off the hallway to the loft which offers potential to extend and almost double the size of this area of the property.

Ground Floor

Entrance and hallway

Entrance porch and adjoining long hallway - Hallway runs parallel with the bedrooms - Leading to the studio at the end - Solid oak flooring - Four radiators - Built in double cupboard housing a hot water cylinder with electric immersion heater - 2 further built-in storage cupboards - Door to wood staircase to the loft

Open plan living space + snug

38' 8'' x 18' 2'' (11.79m x 5.56m) Large open plan space - Mezzanine area with circular staircase - Brick fireplace with stone hearth and log burner - Solid oak flooring - Exposed beams - Wood patio doors to the courtyard - Snug area

Living /Kitchen/ Dining space

24' 4'' x 18' 9'' (7.44m x 5.72m) 7.44m x 5.72m (24'5" x 18'9" ) Kitchen: Large space with fitted base and eye level units - Promontory with electric hob and extractor hood over - Double bowl sink unit - Aspect to the side across the side garden area and field beyond - Beamed ceiling - Tiled floor
Sitting / dining area: Log burner - Beamed ceiling - Solid oak wood flooring - Radiator

Utility room

6' 11'' x 4' 11'' (2.13m x 1.52m) 2.13m x 1.52m (7'0" x 5'0" ) Oil fired central heating boiler - Plumbing for automatic washing machine - Door to the side garden

WC

5' 1'' x 4' 7'' (1.57m x 1.4m) 1.57m x 1.40m (5'2" x 4'7" ) - Low flush WC - Wash hand basin - Tiled floor

Bedroom 1

17' 11'' x 11' 5'' (5.47m x 3.48m) 4.57m x 3.48m (15'0" x 11'5" ) Large, super king size - Walk-in wardrobe - Painted floorboards - Underfloor insulation Exposed beams - Radiator - Aspect to the side

En suite

7' 1'' x 4' 7'' (2.18m x 1.42m) 2.18m x 1.42m (7'2" x 4'8" ) - Shower in cubicle - Ceramic, vanity wash basin - Low flush WC - Tiled floor - Chrome ladder radiator - Extractor fan

Bedroom 2

14' 11'' x 11' 5'' (4.57m x 3.48m) 4.57m x 3.48m (15'0" x 11'5" ) - Large double room - Exposed beams - Radiator - Aspect to the side

Bedroom 3

12' 0'' x 10' 7'' (3.66m x 3.25m) 3.66m x 3.25m (12'0" x 10'8" ) - Painted floorboards - Floor insulation - Exposed beams - Radiator - Aspect to the side

Family bathroom

14' 6'' x 6' 11'' (4.42m x 2.13m) 4.42m x 2.13m (14'6" x 7'0" ) - Feature Whirlpool bath with tiled surrounds and step - Separate, electric shower in cubicle - Pedastal wash basin - Low flush WC - Tiled floor - Majority tiled walls - Beamed ceiling - Radiator.

Bedroom 4

14' 11'' x 9' 8'' (4.57m x 2.97m) 4.57m x 2.97m minimum (15'0" x 9'9" minimum) - Double room - Aspect to the side - Radiator

Studio

18' 9'' x 14' 0'' (5.74m x 4.27m) 5.74m x 4.27m maximum (18'10" x 14'0" maximum) - Large end room suitable for a variety of uses - Currently an art studio - Multi fuel stove - Exposed roof beams - sink with hot and cold water - Door to the courtyard garden

Mezannine

17.7 square metres - Accessed via a spiral staircase from the living room

Gardens and out building

"Listed" 18th century gate piers forming the entrance off the B road - Long. (approximately 200 metres/ 650 yards ) private road shared by 3 other dwellings - Five bar gate to the Coach House - Cobbled entrance - Large gravel area in courtyard garden with seating areas
Planted and lawned area to the side of the property
Out building - Currently used for storage - Conversion potential into a separate cottage - Electric car charging facility

Orchard and meadow - Extends along the private roadway - Apple trees - Various mature trees and bushes - Grassed, meadow area

Extra details

Lapsed, approved planning for a roof extension together with installation of dormer windows was approved in 2008
Central Heating - oil central heating.
Septic tank
Tenure - Freehold

Exterior

Disclaimer

These particulars are produced in good faith. They are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute, any part of an offer or a contract. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. Any intending purchaser should satisfy him/herself by inspection of the property or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements prior to making an offer. No person in the employment of, or association with, My Agent, has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.

Location

Kilnwick (or Kilnwick-on-the-Wolds) is a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire. It is situated in the Yorkshire Wolds approximately 5 miles (8 km) south of Driffield town centre and 7 miles (11 km) north of Beverley town centre. It lies 1 mile (1.6 km) west of the A614 road, and 3 miles (5 km) east of Middleton on the Wolds. York 28 miles, Hull centre 19 miles

Kilnwick is a small, friendly village with many family oriented events occurring throughout the year, often at the village hall and the recreation ground. Other events occur at the local primary school in nearby Beswick. The village"s own caterer, who runs an outside catering business, is on hand for outside catering when required . There is also a youth group and "parkling" group for younger children.

The quiet village has a rich history and the Kiln part of its name is believed to originate from a brick making industry and kiln in the village. The land to the west of the village was part of the Kilnwick House / Hall estate and this is where The Coach House is located. The mature trees and woodland landscape which surround the site of the original house were planted by its various owners.

The original site of Kilnwick House / Hall has medieval origins and historic links with nearby Watton Priory. The hall has been the home for various owners across the centuries : Robert Holgate, who later became Archbishop of York, and passed on his death to the Earl of Warwick; Richard Thekestone in 1599, Nicholas Stringer, 1614 and Thomas Grimston, who had been bequeathed the property by Vice-Admiral Medley in 1747. The Georgian family occupied the house only seasonally and there is diary evidence that the journey would be made to Kilnwick from Grimston Garth in the autumn of each year. The estate remained in the hands of the Grimston family until 1943 when, on the death of Captain Luttrell Grimston Byrom it was sold.
Unfortunately most of the main property was destroyed in 1951, the 17th century servants block remain as a dwelling, with the rest of the site forming a beautiful hamlet for 4 other dwellings including the Coach House.

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Additional Information

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01482 699007

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Key Features

  • Idyllic, edge of Wolds, village location
  • Endless potential ( subject to planning)
  • 0.85 acre plot incl orchard + garden
  • Private, secluded, quiet countryside
  • Large reception spaces with log burners
  • In minutes:York 45, Beverley 8, Hull 25
  • Sizeable outbuilding in grounds
  • Rich history : site of Kilnwick Hall
  • Up to 3,000 square feet + loft with RSJ
  • 4 double bedrooms + 2 bathrooms

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