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Potter Brompton, near Malton
- Grade II listed period property
- Extensively renovated & restored
- Charming & well-presented accommodation
- Extensive grounds of over an acre
- Formal gardens
- Vegetable garden & orchard
- Double garage & ample parking
- Lovely far-reaching views
Manor Farm House is a beautifully appointed property which provides surprisingly spacious accommodation and is Listed Grade II, being of architectural and historic interest. The house can be dated back to 1700 but its origins may well be earlier. In an unmodernised state upon acquisition from the Ganton Estate, the subsequent renovation project transformed the property into a beautiful, charming and practical family home with all the usual modern comforts yet respecting the character and integrity of the original dwelling.
The accommodation briefly consists of: entrance hall with staircase to the first floor, large dining room and study/snug, spacious drawing room with French windows opening onto the patio and garden. The spectacular farmhouse kitchen, the heart of the house, boasts a four oven Aga and has a wonderful floor of hand thrown brick and quarry tiles. Off the kitchen a large walk in pantry, utility room and cloakroom make this a perfect family friendly space. To the first floor there is an impressive master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a further three bedrooms and two house bathrooms. Throughout the house there are many interesting original features and all the sash windows afford stunning views over the garden, surrounding countryside and Yorkshire Wolds. Central heating is oil fired, with cast iron radiators throughout.
The gardens are large and amount to a little over one acre in total; these have been thoughtfully laid out to create areas of interest throughout the year. As well as formal rose beds and shrub borders there is a well stocked orchard, vegetable patch, soft fruit cages, extensive lawn and many specimen trees. The property is approached via a gravelled drive, leading to a detached double garage. Both the Wolds Way and Centenery Way footpaths pass by, presenting opportunities for anyone looking to create a bed and breakfast business. Located off the A64 at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds with the Wolds Way nearby, Potter Brompton is a quiet rural hamlet within the parish of Ganton. It is within easy reach of the coastal resorts of Scarborough and Filey, 13 miles from Malton and 30 miles from York. Within Potter Brompton there is a farm bakery and shop, whilst at Ganton, only ½ a mile away there is a church, pub and prestigious championship golf course. Potter Brompton was listed in The Doomsday Book when it was known as Brunetona. After 1630 the village became part of the Ganton Estate and shortly after the Potter Brompton Manor House was demolished.