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Grade II listed Country House set in over 4 acres of garden grounds and land.
Beautifully presented character accommodation, quietly located within a well served and popular village.
The Old Hall is a superb country house providing almost 4,000 square feet of accommodation, set in over four acres of land and landscaped garden and grounds. A beautifully presented family home set in over four acres of landscaped garden grounds and land together with a stable block, quietly situated on the west edge of this well served rural village.
The Old Hall was bought back from a near derelict state by the current owner, and over the past thirty years has been transformed into what is now a superb character property which marries a wealth of period details with a stylish, high specification finish and an exceptional adaptable level of living space, making it a wonderful family home.
Grade II Listed, the house retains much of its original character and charm, with panelled recesses, original shutters and mouldings however along with traditional comes the modern with bespoke kitchen fittings and high specification bathrooms. The accommodation comprises the following; entrance hall, farmhouse kitchen with oak and granite units and Aga range oven, snug with multi fuel stove, living room/ ground floor bedroom, utility room/second kitchen, study and formal sitting room with a dual aspect and open fire. To the first floor are four large double bedrooms, including master bedroom with en-suite and two separate bathrooms, both with free standing tubs and high specification finishes. To the second floor is a large attic, accessed off the stairs from the first floor landing. The attic is arranged as two separate rooms and would lend itself well to being reconfigured to create further bedrooms or accommodation if needed.
The Old Hall sits in an especially settled position within this well served and popular village with an open aspect south and views across the Vale of Pickering, towards the Wolds in the distance. Set in four acres of land and grounds, the gardens have been carefully landscaped with a more formal garden giving way to a wild flower meadow and then onto the paddocks beyond which total approximately 2 acres. A detached stone stable block comprises six loose boxes provides useful stabling. The property is approached along a private driveway and onto a large parking area with space for any number of vehicles.
Snainton is a well-served village some eight miles to the east of the market town of Pickering and approximately nine miles from the seaside town of Scarborough. The village is well placed for access to the A64 and the railway station at Malton with links to York and beyond.