Kiplin, Richmond


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Grade II listed former lodge to Kiplin Hall representing a stunning piece of architecture, both from its origins, as

designed by William Eden Nesfield, and the additions by the present owners which have transformed this home into a visual delight that works well as a family home.

Northallerton Lodge

Northallerton Lodge is the former Lodge to Kiplin Hall and represents a stunning piece of architecture, both from its origins, as designed by William Eden Nesfield, and the additions by the present owners which have transformed this home into a visual delight that works well as a family home. William Eden Nesfield also designed a lodge in Regents Park,Kew Gardens and the Victoria Gates at Kew. The original lodge is a handsome building, originating from circa 1870, Constructed of coursed knapped cobbles and ashlar quoins and has many charming features which include chamfered

stone mullion windows and rooftop finials, details which have been encompassed in the theme of the extension which is built in a pavilion style as a contrast to the original building. The layout and design has many well thought out features of note including a large canopy around its perimeter providing a sheltered pathway which extends to a boardwalk running the full length of the living space overlooking the main lawn. A mixture of quality timbers have been used in the construction such as Oak to the main frontage which has silvered, and Douglas Fir to the rear elevations.

The setting is unique, adjoining Kiplin Hall grounds which the owners have access to directly providing lovely walks from the front door.


The main entrance is into the older part of this home via an original wooden front door with wrought iron door furniture into the entrance hall with quarry tile flooring and a stone mullion, shuttered window. An archway leads directly through to the dining kitchen, there is a door opening through to the sitting room. This room is dual aspect with a bay to one side and flush window to the other, both are stone mullion windows. There is bespoke shelving fitted to both alcoves with storage space below and a decorative period fire surround with cast iron insert, tiled hearth and an open grate. Moving through to the dining kitchen, there is a passageway with the continued arch theme, which goes on to join the ground floor extension and an inner hall providing access to the first floor accommodation. The dining kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and floor cupboard units with solid wood incorporating glazed display cabinets, a range style cooker with gas hob and electric ovens, granite work surfaces, integrated deep fat fryer and double inset bowl sinks. From here there is access to the utility room and a door leading to the parterre garden. The inner hall is dual aspect with an attractive, return wooden staircase leading to the first floor landing with decorative spindles and finials. There is a useful understairs cupboard, hanging rails and a cloakroom/WC here. The first floor the landing continues with arches and provides access to three bedrooms and the house shower/WC. All the bedrooms have stone mullion windows, two are double and one is single. The house shower/WC is equipped with a corner shower, white suspended wash hand basin and low level WC. Returning to the ground floor extension, the passage here has sliding patio doors which open to the boardwalk. From here there is access to the living room, master bedroom suite and house bathroom/WC. The house bathroom/WC is a large room with part tiled walls and cork tile flooring rolling up to a bath within a tiled recess, there is a bespoke wooden vanity unit with twin countertop wash basins and vanity lights above, low level WC, bidet and a large walk in shower with tiled seating area, rain head shower and handset. Moving through to the master bedroom suite this is a large double room with bespoke wardrobes and styled windows which over look and reflect the style of the parterre garden behind. French doors open from the passage into the large, dual aspect living room with sliding patio doors open to the boardwalk and styled windows to the rear. From here French doors open to the Conservatory, which has twin French doors which open to the boardwalk.

The office is accessed from the Conservatory and is a really useful space with styled windows overlooking the walled garden. There is a range of bespoke furniture including bookcases and fitted desks with twin workstations and plenty of useful storage space. From here there is access to the garaging.

The garage is triple, with two up and over doors with plenty of space for parking a car and additional storage space. There

is a loft hatch with pull down ladder and plenty of storage space in the roof void.


The property is approached via a gravel driveway with large stone pillared entrance and wrought iron gates opening onto the drive. The drive continues straight ahead and has a wrought iron railing to one side and a wrought iron gate that opens directly into Kiplin Hall. Please note that the stone pillared entrance columns, gates, driveway, stone wall and balustrades and lawns to the main road are owned by Kiplin Hall.

The main front garden has a paviour driveway which runs up to a turning area in front of the garage. There are good sized

lawns each side of the drive and the perimeter to Kiplin Hall is screened by a mature hedge. The boardwalk runs the full length of the living area of the extension, with two sets of sliding patio doors, and doors from the conservatory opening directly onto this area. A lovely spot to relax. The wooden façade on this elevation is silvered Oak. Moving around to the side of the property there is a cobbled courtyard with a covered barbeque area and the pathway continues around the side of the building to the rear garden.

The wooden façade on this elevation is Douglas Fir and is different in texture and colour. The rear garden in an absolute

delight, it is walled and screened by a Beech hedge with steps up to a parterre garden with classic centre piece box hedge

bordered flower beds with a range of shrub and flower insets. There is a timber greenhouse and the pathway leads through

to other portions of the garden. One of these includes a pedestrian access into Kiplin Hall gardens and there is a very pleasant patio with a gate to the main road and also a more utilitarian space to the garden with a timber garden shed and the oil tank is located here. From this area there is direct access into the kitchen.


The property is served by oil fired central heating and drainage

is via a Klargester.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way

Northallerton Lodge is sold subject to, and with, the benefit of existing rights of way, whether public or private, light, drainage, water and electricity supplies and all other rights, obligations, easements, quasi-easements and all wayleaves or covenants whether disclosed or not. The gravel driveway is the property of Kiplin Hall and the owners have a right of way over it.


Local Authority and Council Tax Band

Richmondshire District Council. Tel: 01748 829100.

The property is D


Particulars and Photographs

Particulars were written and photographs taken in September 2020.

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