Waterford House, Middleham - Offers in excess of £825,000

Waterford House, Middleham

Offers in excess of
£825,000
Currently available
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  • Imposing Grade II Listing Property
  • Character Features Throughout
  • Six En-suite Bedrooms
  • Very Well Presented
  • Stunning Walled Gardens
  • Detached Barn & Workshop with Potential
  • Private Drive & Ample Parking
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment

Waterford House stands extremely well occupying a prominent position overlooking the market place of Middleham.

The property has extensive accommodation on three floors and is full of quality and presence. There are a wealth of character features including open fires, picture rails, coving and panelling which have all been maintained. The property has previously been run as a successful Bed & Breakfast and includes six double ensuite bedrooms each of which enjoy a fantastic outlook across the Market Square.

The property is completed by a detached barn, workshop and garaging together with beautifully landscaped gardens. There is also parking for a number of vehicles.

ACCOMMODATION (see floorplan)

Reception Hall
The property is entered into a large welcoming entrance hall with features including an open fire with Georgian fire grate, ceiling beams, picture rails and a door leading down into the cellar. The reception rooms lead off from here together with the main staircase.

Drawing Room
A well-proportioned light sitting room with large bay window to the front overlooking the market place. There is a Chesney’s Multi-fuel stove set within an impressive fireplace and features include cornice detailing, alcoves, a ceiling rose and picture rails. There are doors leading out to a private patio area which features a herb garden and a barbeque area and a staircase leading to the first floor.

Dining Room
A stunning dining room with an open fire set within cast iron surround and a large bay window to the front overlooking the market square.

Snug
A cosy room with original Georgian panelling, a window to the side with original shutters and a door leading down into the cellar which provides excellent storage.

Kitchen
A traditional kitchen with a range of freestanding Victorian units and dressers together with an oil-fired AGA. The floor is tiled and steps up lead into a utility room which is plumbed for a washing machine and dryer, the central heating boiler which is annually serviced and a door which leads out the back of the property. Above the kitchen there is a large attic store room.

First Floor

Half Landing
Window to the side.

Bedroom 3
A large, light double bedroom with window overlooking the market place. This room enjoys a built-in wardrobe and has features including coving and picture rails. The ensuite bathroom features a shower cubicle, hand wash basin and WC. It is fully tiled.

House Bathroom
A Large family bathroom with suite comprising a bath, hand basin, WC and shower cubicle with a large airing cupboard. The walls are part tiled.

Bedroom 2
A large double bedroom with a window overlooking the market place and an ensuite shower room which is fully tiled.

Bedroom 5
Large double bedroom with window to the front and a cast iron feature fireplace. The modern ensuite bathroom is fully tiled and features a bath with shower over the top, hand wash basin and WC.

Second Floor

Bedroom 4
Large double bedroom with window to the front. Ensuite bathroom with shower over the bath.

From the kitchen, a staircase leads up to the main bedroom.

Main Bedroom
Stunning room with ceiling beams and windows to the front. There is a large dressing room and large ensuite bathroom with suite including bath with shower over, hand wash basin and WC.

Bedroom 1
Double bedroom with window overlooking the market place at the front. An ensuite bathroom which is fully tiled with shower over the bath, hand basin and WC.

OUTSIDE
Externally the property is complemented by extensive private walled gardens which have been beautifully landscaped and incorporate a range of mixed flower beds, mature trees and a large lawn. There is an Amdega summerhouse with electric and secluded patio areas for enjoying the peaceful surroundings. Usefully, there is also a gardener’s WC.

To the front of the property there is further rockery style garden with seating which is stone flagged and features a mix of flowers.

Usefully, there is a large stone barn which currently provides excellent storage but could offer potential for conversion subject to gaining the necessary consents. There is also a second barn with a mezzanine floor which is currently used as a workshop and garden store. Between these barns is a covered area which provides access to the gardens and offers a great space for entertaining. This whole area offers considerable potential for a variety of uses.
The property enjoys the benefit of a private drive and ample parking for a number of vehicles.
In summary, this quality period residence will be of appeal to a discerning purchaser looking for a unique character property with further conversion potential, nestled in the heart of an historic market town steeped in history and with a renowned racing pedigree.

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

Tim Gower

01969 622800

Features & Documents
  • Imposing Grade II Listing Property
  • Character Features Throughout
  • Six En-suite Bedrooms
  • Very Well Presented
  • Stunning Walled Gardens
  • Detached Barn & Workshop with Potential
  • Private Drive & Ample Parking
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment
Description

Waterford House stands extremely well occupying a prominent position overlooking the market place of Middleham.

The property has extensive accommodation on three floors and is full of quality and presence. There are a wealth of character features including open fires, picture rails, coving and panelling which have all been maintained. The property has previously been run as a successful Bed & Breakfast and includes six double ensuite bedrooms each of which enjoy a fantastic outlook across the Market Square.

The property is completed by a detached barn, workshop and garaging together with beautifully landscaped gardens. There is also parking for a number of vehicles.

ACCOMMODATION (see floorplan)

Reception Hall
The property is entered into a large welcoming entrance hall with features including an open fire with Georgian fire grate, ceiling beams, picture rails and a door leading down into the cellar. The reception rooms lead off from here together with the main staircase.

Drawing Room
A well-proportioned light sitting room with large bay window to the front overlooking the market place. There is a Chesney’s Multi-fuel stove set within an impressive fireplace and features include cornice detailing, alcoves, a ceiling rose and picture rails. There are doors leading out to a private patio area which features a herb garden and a barbeque area and a staircase leading to the first floor.

Dining Room
A stunning dining room with an open fire set within cast iron surround and a large bay window to the front overlooking the market square.

Snug
A cosy room with original Georgian panelling, a window to the side with original shutters and a door leading down into the cellar which provides excellent storage.

Kitchen
A traditional kitchen with a range of freestanding Victorian units and dressers together with an oil-fired AGA. The floor is tiled and steps up lead into a utility room which is plumbed for a washing machine and dryer, the central heating boiler which is annually serviced and a door which leads out the back of the property. Above the kitchen there is a large attic store room.

First Floor

Half Landing
Window to the side.

Bedroom 3
A large, light double bedroom with window overlooking the market place. This room enjoys a built-in wardrobe and has features including coving and picture rails. The ensuite bathroom features a shower cubicle, hand wash basin and WC. It is fully tiled.

House Bathroom
A Large family bathroom with suite comprising a bath, hand basin, WC and shower cubicle with a large airing cupboard. The walls are part tiled.

Bedroom 2
A large double bedroom with a window overlooking the market place and an ensuite shower room which is fully tiled.

Bedroom 5
Large double bedroom with window to the front and a cast iron feature fireplace. The modern ensuite bathroom is fully tiled and features a bath with shower over the top, hand wash basin and WC.

Second Floor

Bedroom 4
Large double bedroom with window to the front. Ensuite bathroom with shower over the bath.

From the kitchen, a staircase leads up to the main bedroom.

Main Bedroom
Stunning room with ceiling beams and windows to the front. There is a large dressing room and large ensuite bathroom with suite including bath with shower over, hand wash basin and WC.

Bedroom 1
Double bedroom with window overlooking the market place at the front. An ensuite bathroom which is fully tiled with shower over the bath, hand basin and WC.

OUTSIDE
Externally the property is complemented by extensive private walled gardens which have been beautifully landscaped and incorporate a range of mixed flower beds, mature trees and a large lawn. There is an Amdega summerhouse with electric and secluded patio areas for enjoying the peaceful surroundings. Usefully, there is also a gardener’s WC.

To the front of the property there is further rockery style garden with seating which is stone flagged and features a mix of flowers.

Usefully, there is a large stone barn which currently provides excellent storage but could offer potential for conversion subject to gaining the necessary consents. There is also a second barn with a mezzanine floor which is currently used as a workshop and garden store. Between these barns is a covered area which provides access to the gardens and offers a great space for entertaining. This whole area offers considerable potential for a variety of uses.
The property enjoys the benefit of a private drive and ample parking for a number of vehicles.
In summary, this quality period residence will be of appeal to a discerning purchaser looking for a unique character property with further conversion potential, nestled in the heart of an historic market town steeped in history and with a renowned racing pedigree.

Get in touch

Tim Gower

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

01969 622800