Brompton Grange comes onto the market due to the vendors downsizing from this truly beautiful family home. Rarely is a property of such character presented to the open market. An extract from the Listing illustrates this quality.
“Small country house. Early mid-19th Century. The house is of very high craftsmanship, both inside and out to an exceptional degree for this area and date”. It is featured in Jane Hatcher’s book “Richmond Architecture”, the Pevsner Architectural Guide and also in Whelan’s “The History and Topography of the city of York and North Riding of Yorkshire (1871).
Brompton Grange comprises an extremely elegant Georgian residence which extends to 6,000ft² of accommodation. It has been superbly refurbished to exacting standards, preserving its original features yet creating a stunning family home ideal for modern day living. Brompton Grange sits in 2.57 acres of private walled gardens and grounds with paddock.
An internal inspection of Brompton Grange is recommended to appreciate the quality and craftsmanship of this exquisite period family house.
The property is approached through a magnificent set of wrought iron carriage and hand gates along a gravelled driveway with turning circle where there is ample parking for vehicles.
All reception rooms lead from the grand Entrance Hall. These include a delightful Morning Room and formal Dining Room which are typically elegant and bathed in light with floor to ceiling windows as they overlook the gardens and grounds.
At the heart of the home there is a fantastic family Living Kitchen which incorporates absolutely stunning garden room which leads to a Study. The Living Kitchen complete with traditional Aga centres around a large island. Bespoke units and top of the range integral appliances are featured throughout. At the rear of the property there are a series of further useful rooms including Utility with bespoke storage facilities, Boot Room, Gun Room, Laundry, Cloakroom and Pantry.
There is a good wine cellar on the lower ground floor.
On the first floor there are four large double bedrooms, together with a further formal Drawing Room known as “Piano Nobile”. The Piano Nobile takes in the views looking over to the River Swale and beyond. There is a superb private guest wing to the rear of the first floor with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
On the second floor there are two further bedrooms with a shower room, ideal for children and teenagers.
The gardens and grounds form a particularly attractive feature to this property. Being walled they offer a high degree of privacy and seclusion.
There are two Listed stone-built follies, one is now used as a garden store which complements the meticulously maintained manicured lawns and borders. There is also a range of vegetable plots and orchard area. Beyond this is a delightful wildflower meadow/paddock extending to 1.6 acres approximately with wildlife pond.
The rear courtyard accessed through electric gates leads to a most useful double garage with good storage and boiler house. The gym is located in garage number 3. The rear courtyard also has ample parking.