Historic Yorkshire
HU 123

Historic Georgian house set in 280 acres with views over parkland. Main house restored, one derelict wing and one uninhabited for over 50 years.

Long drive through parkland to the three storey grey brick and stone house, with single storey wings linking to pavilions, colonnade at front.

Stone floor hall with plasterwork, alcoves and fireplace.

Spectacular red drawing room, gilt, plasterwork, enormous original chandelier.

Aubergine lacquered walls in sitting room/billiard room.

Modern white open plan kitchen.

Four poster beds, classic country house bedrooms.

Labyrinthine basement perfect for scary films…

Rhododendron walks and a folly at the end of an avenue.

Victorian walled kitchen garden with original greenhouses.

Stable block and clock tower next to main house.


Farmyard with one storey brick outbuildings.

Nearest train station at Brough, 2h 25 from London King’s Cross.

213 miles by car from London.


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