Little Danby Hall, Danby Wiske, Northallerton - Guide Price £1,500,000 - £1,750,000

Little Danby Hall, Danby Wiske, Northallerton

Guide Price
£1,500,000 - £1,750,000
Sold Subject To Conditions
Features & Documents
Description
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Features

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  • Grade II Listed 17/18th Century 6 Bedroom Main Residence with 5 Flats
  • Traditional Detached Two Bedroom Bungalow,
  • Courtyard with 8 Stables & Tack Room
  • Requiring Varying Degrees of Refurbishment
  • Magnificent Gardens & Grounds
  • Substantial Parking & Garaging
  • Range of Traditional Farm Buildings
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only

GUIDE PRICE RANGE: £1.5M - £1.75M

INTRODUCTION
We are favoured with instructions from the Laws Family to place Little Danby Hall on the market. It was purchased by their late father in 1946. It represents a rare opportunity to purchase a stunning small rural estate. It is one of the jewels in the crown, in this particularly attractive part of North Yorkshire just north west of the county town of Northallerton.

DESCRIPTION
Little Danby Hall is a delightful small country estate set in 36 acres approximately. It comprises the principal 6-bedroom residence with integral flat (Flat 5). There are 5 additional flats, garaging, stabling and a detached bungalow.

The floor layout plan sets out the accommodation.

The whole property is very tidy, although it would benefit from varying degrees of refurbishment, updating and modernisation.

In the courtyard there are eight former stables and a tack room with a useful loft above the northern range. In the rear yard area there is a 6 car garage, a coal house, log store and workshop.

There is a boiler house with solid fuel boiler and a redundant boiler.

The whole property is complemented by parkland together with an orchard, in all extending to 36.7 acres. The parkland is all down to permanent pasture. It is attractively interspersed with specimen trees including Wellingtonias, Cedar of Lebanon, Horse Chestnuts, Oak, Silver Birch and Beech. These provide a superb setting for this magnificent country house.

On the eastern side of the minor road there is a grass paddock that extends to 7.97 acres and has a brick store (7.2m x 4.3m) with an asbestos roof.

To the north and opposite the Bungalow is a small grass paddock that extends to 2.33 acres with a semi-detached brick stable (4m x 2.8m).

Contact Robin Jessop for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

Robin Jessop

01677 425950

Features & Documents
  • Grade II Listed 17/18th Century 6 Bedroom Main Residence with 5 Flats
  • Traditional Detached Two Bedroom Bungalow,
  • Courtyard with 8 Stables & Tack Room
  • Requiring Varying Degrees of Refurbishment
  • Magnificent Gardens & Grounds
  • Substantial Parking & Garaging
  • Range of Traditional Farm Buildings
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only
Description

GUIDE PRICE RANGE: £1.5M - £1.75M

INTRODUCTION
We are favoured with instructions from the Laws Family to place Little Danby Hall on the market. It was purchased by their late father in 1946. It represents a rare opportunity to purchase a stunning small rural estate. It is one of the jewels in the crown, in this particularly attractive part of North Yorkshire just north west of the county town of Northallerton.

DESCRIPTION
Little Danby Hall is a delightful small country estate set in 36 acres approximately. It comprises the principal 6-bedroom residence with integral flat (Flat 5). There are 5 additional flats, garaging, stabling and a detached bungalow.

The floor layout plan sets out the accommodation.

The whole property is very tidy, although it would benefit from varying degrees of refurbishment, updating and modernisation.

In the courtyard there are eight former stables and a tack room with a useful loft above the northern range. In the rear yard area there is a 6 car garage, a coal house, log store and workshop.

There is a boiler house with solid fuel boiler and a redundant boiler.

The whole property is complemented by parkland together with an orchard, in all extending to 36.7 acres. The parkland is all down to permanent pasture. It is attractively interspersed with specimen trees including Wellingtonias, Cedar of Lebanon, Horse Chestnuts, Oak, Silver Birch and Beech. These provide a superb setting for this magnificent country house.

On the eastern side of the minor road there is a grass paddock that extends to 7.97 acres and has a brick store (7.2m x 4.3m) with an asbestos roof.

To the north and opposite the Bungalow is a small grass paddock that extends to 2.33 acres with a semi-detached brick stable (4m x 2.8m).

Get in touch

Robin Jessop

Contact Robin Jessop for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

01677 425950