Harewood House is beautifully situated in the highly sought after area of Romanby, on the outskirts of the county market town of Northallerton. Situated on a large plot amongst mature specimen trees it is secluded and private yet extremely accessible. Only a 5 minute walk to Northallerton train station, it is therefore within easy reach and commuting distance of Teesside, Tyneside, Leeds and York.Harewood House comprises a magnificent detached period house with 4402 Square Feet of accommodation. The property dates back to 1851 and was acquired by our vendors in 1998. It has been superbly refurbished to exacting standards. Rarely does a property of this quality come onto the open market. An internal inspection of Harewood House is recommended to appreciate the quality and craftsmanship of this outstanding period family house.
The property is approached through a gravelled driveway into a Courtyard where there is ample parking for several vehicles.The house has been meticulously maintained by the vendors. It was re-roofed two years ago. Many period features such as coving, shutters and fireplaces have been retained and refurbished. The property is accessed through a grand Entrance Hall with galleried landing.All reception rooms lead off the Entrance Hall. These include a delightful Conservatory, two Sitting Rooms and a study. From the Dining Room there is a most useful Utility room with bespoke storage facilities.To the rear of the house there is a fantastic Dining Kitchen. The Kitchen was handmade by Mark Wilkinson later additions were added by Grove House Furniture and centres around a large island. Bespoke units and top of the range integral appliances are featured throughout.On the first floor there are five large double bedrooms. There is a superb master bedroom suite with ensuite bathroom.All of the bedrooms are beautifully proportioned, three of which enjoy a dual aspect and lead from the galleried landing. There are two house bathrooms fitted with first class fittings. The house is fully alarmed.
The gardens and grounds form a particularly attractive feature to this property. Harewood House faces South/East and enjoys private and secluded grounds. There is a large lawn with mature borders with fine specimen trees and superb traditional stone patio area.
There is a most useful double garage with good storage and electric doors, together with a potting shed and range of stores attached to the garage.