The Hill, Baldersby - Guide Price £750,000 - £800,000

The Hill, Baldersby

Guide Price
£750,000 - £800,000
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  • Detached Grade II Listed Property
  • Architecturally Designed by William Butterfield
  • Character Features Throughout
  • Three Reception Rooms & Five Bedrooms
  • Improvement & Modernisation Required
  • Large Gardens & Grounds
  • Coach House & Outbuildings
  • A Rare Opportunity
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only

The Hill comprises a substantial detached period house together with outbuildings, gardens and grounds which dates back to around 1850. The property was designed by the renowned Architect, William Butterfield who also designed a number of buildings locally including St James’ Church in Baldersby St James. He also designed Keble College in Oxford.

The property, some of the outbuildings and other features are Grade II Listed. Although the property requires some modernisation throughout, the extensive accommodation offers considerable potential for a growing family or those with a desire to own a period property, of quality, character and substance.

The accommodation is spacious and comprises a welcoming reception hall with original oak panelling from where the ground floor rooms lead off and the impressive staircase leads to the first floor. There are three reception rooms including a large sitting room with a multi fuel stove set within a marble fireplace and two large windows overlooking the gardens, a study with an open grate fireplace with marble surround and a formal dining room with exposed timber floors and a unique open grate fireplace with wooden and marble surround together with large windows overlooking the gardens.

Also, on the ground floor is a traditional kitchen with a range of freestanding units including central island. There is a solid fuel Aga which is currently not working but could be refurbished and converted to oil or electric. Usefully there is also a pantry and larder with original shelving and units, a utility room with plumbing and a separate wet room with walk in shower.

To the first floor there are five double bedrooms each enjoying a stunning outlook across the gardens and open countryside. The bedrooms are serviced by a house bathroom with an electric shower over the bath. The landing is a large space which provides a reading area and two linen cupboards.

The property is complemented by substantial gardens and grounds including a large lawn, mixed flower beds and an orchard. The gardens are adjacent open countryside and enjoy lovely views to the south and west.

The property is further complemented by an extensive range of stores and outbuildings including a detached former coach house which offers conversion potential (subject to the necessary consents). This is currently used as an office but offers flexibility for a variety of uses. The further range of outbuildings include a
double garage, stabling, former wash house, garden stores and former earth closet which provides first class storage.

There is also ample parking to the front of the property for a number of vehicles.

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
  • Detached Grade II Listed Property
  • Architecturally Designed by William Butterfield
  • Character Features Throughout
  • Three Reception Rooms & Five Bedrooms
  • Improvement & Modernisation Required
  • Large Gardens & Grounds
  • Coach House & Outbuildings
  • A Rare Opportunity
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only
Description

The Hill comprises a substantial detached period house together with outbuildings, gardens and grounds which dates back to around 1850. The property was designed by the renowned Architect, William Butterfield who also designed a number of buildings locally including St James’ Church in Baldersby St James. He also designed Keble College in Oxford.

The property, some of the outbuildings and other features are Grade II Listed. Although the property requires some modernisation throughout, the extensive accommodation offers considerable potential for a growing family or those with a desire to own a period property, of quality, character and substance.

The accommodation is spacious and comprises a welcoming reception hall with original oak panelling from where the ground floor rooms lead off and the impressive staircase leads to the first floor. There are three reception rooms including a large sitting room with a multi fuel stove set within a marble fireplace and two large windows overlooking the gardens, a study with an open grate fireplace with marble surround and a formal dining room with exposed timber floors and a unique open grate fireplace with wooden and marble surround together with large windows overlooking the gardens.

Also, on the ground floor is a traditional kitchen with a range of freestanding units including central island. There is a solid fuel Aga which is currently not working but could be refurbished and converted to oil or electric. Usefully there is also a pantry and larder with original shelving and units, a utility room with plumbing and a separate wet room with walk in shower.

To the first floor there are five double bedrooms each enjoying a stunning outlook across the gardens and open countryside. The bedrooms are serviced by a house bathroom with an electric shower over the bath. The landing is a large space which provides a reading area and two linen cupboards.

The property is complemented by substantial gardens and grounds including a large lawn, mixed flower beds and an orchard. The gardens are adjacent open countryside and enjoy lovely views to the south and west.

The property is further complemented by an extensive range of stores and outbuildings including a detached former coach house which offers conversion potential (subject to the necessary consents). This is currently used as an office but offers flexibility for a variety of uses. The further range of outbuildings include a
double garage, stabling, former wash house, garden stores and former earth closet which provides first class storage.

There is also ample parking to the front of the property for a number of vehicles.

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