Northallerton Road, Brompton, Northallerton

£750,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A substantial family home in glorious grounds, overlooking farmland to the rear, in the popular village of Brompton. The gated entrance opens onto a sweeping drive which runs up to this handsome home, set well back from view. High Dunnas has recently undergone some significant refurbishment and the impressive accommodation is evident as soon as you arrive in the grand reception hall through the oak porch. The wonderful, high-quality, fitted kitchen with Aga and island opens up to the breakfast room, in which to relax with friends and family. A large sitting room with bay window enjoys a dual aspect over the gardens and fields beyond, while the more formal dining room will appeal to those who like to entertain. There is a relaxing family room or large study for those who work from home. A utility and cloakroom/w.c mean all the essentials are provided for. Four large bedrooms plus a nursery or box room are located on the first floor and include an en suite shower room and a luxurious house bathroom. Outside will attract the attention of those in need of a workshop with a huge oversized double garage, while those of us with green fingers will love the Victorian style glasshouse and the well-tended gardens and grounds that surround the property.

Location

Northallerton 1.6 miles, Yarm 15.5 miles, Middlesbrough 21.2 miles, Darlington 15.4 miles (distances are approximate). Excellent road links to the A19, A66 and A1 providing access to Teesside, Newcastle, Durham, York, Harrogate and Leeds. Direct train services from Northallerton and Darlington to London Kings Cross, Manchester and Edinburgh. International airports: Teesside International, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.

Amenities

The village of Brompton lies approximately 1.6 miles to the north of Northallerton. There are three pubs, a primary school, church, convenience store and football team, along with an active village hall serving the community.

Description

A substantial family home in glorious grounds, overlooking farmland to the rear, in the popular village of Brompton. The gated entrance opens onto a sweeping drive which runs up to this handsome home, set well back from view. High Dunnas has recently undergone some significant refurbishment and the impressive accommodation is evident as soon as you arrive in the grand reception hall through the oak porch. The wonderful, high-quality, fitted kitchen with Aga and island opens up to the breakfast room, in which to relax with friends and family. A large sitting room with bay window enjoys a dual aspect over the gardens and fields beyond, while the more formal dining room will appeal to those who like to entertain. There is a relaxing family room or large study for those who work from home. A utility and cloakroom/w.c mean all the essentials are provided for. Four large bedrooms plus a nursery or box room are located on the first floor and include an en suite shower room and a luxurious house bathroom. Outside will attract the attention of those in need of a workshop with a huge oversized double garage, while those of us with green fingers will love the Victorian style glasshouse and the well-tended gardens and grounds that surround the property.

Reception Hall

6.43m max x 4.86m max (21'1 max x 15'11 max)

The front door to the property is covered by an oak and brick porch and leads into the reception hall. There is solid wood flooring, under-stairs storage cupboard and doors to the kitchen, breakfast room, dining room, family room, sitting room and cloakroom/w.c.

Sitting Room

8.13m x 4.34m max (26'8 x 14'3 max)

With panelled walls, feature fireplace with brick surround, tiled hearth and brick mantel, two radiators, double patio doors leading outside and bay window overlooking the rear garden and open fields beyond.

Family Room

4.76m max x 4.29m max (15'7 max x 14'0 max)

With a range of display shelves and cabinets, radiator, door to the garden and windows to the front and rear.

Dining Room

4.91m x 3.70m (16'1 x 12'1 )

With timber plate racks, hatch to the breakfast room cupboard, radiator and window to the rear overlooking the garden and views beyond.

Kitchen

4.48m max x 5.34m max (14'8 max x 17'6 max)

L-shaped, with tiled floor, a range of floor and wall mounted units, fitted Aga, large island with storage under, granite work surfaces, electric induction hob, fitted double oven, fitted dishwasher, Belfast sink unit, larder, fitted fridge and freezer, door to the utility room and windows to the front and side. There is a step up to the breakfast room.

Breakfast Room

3.79m x 3.26m (12'5 x 10'8 )

With fitted wood burning stove on slate hearth with brick surround and wooden mantel, large storage cupboard with hatch to the dining room, alcove with storage cupboard, window to the side, radiator and door to the reception hall.

Utility Room

2.52m x 1.70m (8'3 x 5'6 )

With tiled floor, a range of floor and wall mounted units, Belfast sink with spray mixer tap, granite work surfaces, radiator, door leading outside and windows to the side and front.

Cloakroom / W.C.

Fully tiled, with pedestal hand wash basin, radiator and low-level w.c.

First Floor

Bedroom

4.59m x 3.66m (15'0 x 12'0 )

With two windows to the front, window to the side, radiator and doors to the en suite and roof.

En Suite

Accessed via the bedroom or landing, with tiled floor, low-level w.c, pedestal hand wash basin, bidet, step-in shower cubicle, radiator, heated towel rail and window to the side.

Bedroom / Nursery

3.00m x 1.41m (9'10 x 4'7 )

With exposed timber floorboards, radiator and window to the side.

Bedroom

4.61m x 4.23m max (15'1 x 13'10 max)

With part panelled walls, two double wardrobes with storage over, radiator and bay window enjoying views over the garden and farmland.

Bedroom

3.80m x 3.85m (12'5 x 12'7 )

With exposed timber floorboards, fireplace (unused) with tiled hearth, radiator and window to the rear providing far-reaching views over farmland and fields.

Bedroom

3.38m x 3.95m max (11'1 x 12'11 max)

With open fireplace with tiled hearth and brick surround, radiator and window to the rear providing views over the garden and hills beyond.

Family Bathroom

With tiled floor, part panelled and tiled walls, claw foot bath with floor-mounted taps and shower attachment, Victorian-style towel radiator, Victorian-style hand wash basin, high-level w.c, step-in shower cubicle, cupboard, radiator and window to the side.

Linen Cupboard

With shelving.

Externally

To the front of the property, electric gates open up to the walled front garden, with a sweeping driveway leading around to the double garage. There are raised borders, hedges, mature trees and access to both sides. The rear garden has an expanse of lawn, mature trees, plants, raised beds, walls, gravelled areas, space for a hot tub, timber store, a large, Victorian-style glasshouse and a variety of patio areas from which to enjoy outstanding views over the surrounding countryside. There is also a walled garden to the side and a further secret garden.

Tenure

The property is believed to be offered freehold with vacant possession on completion.

Local Authority

Hambleton District Council. Telephone: 01609 779 977. Council tax band F.

Particulars and Photographs

Particulars prepared July 2021.

Photographs taken July 2021.

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