Attractive country house in the golden triangle
A59: 0.6 miles
A1: 5 miles
York: 9 miles
Wetherby: 10 miles
Harrogate: 14 miles (all distances are approximate)
The sale of Wilstrop Hall offers an exceptional opportunity to buy an attractive period country house in a private yet accessible location between York and the A1. There is an attractive 7 bedroom period farmhouse with a range of traditional and modern farm buildings and about 10 acres of amenity land including formal gardens, woodland and a small pond. Accessed from a quiet country lane the property is in a secluded position.
Wilstrop Hall is situated in attractive open countryside just south of the River Nidd.
Situated just 0.6 miles south of the A59 trunk road, the property is well situated for the city of York, Harrogate and Leeds plus easy access to the motorway network from junction 47 of the A1 approximately 5 miles to the west.
Wilstrop Hall is an attractive period farmhouse with established walled gardens. The principal house has three good sized reception rooms with a breakfast kitchen and orangery. The seven bedrooms are situated across the first and second floors.
To the east of the house lies a range of traditional and modern farm buildings well suited for general storage, livestock or equestrian use. Planning permission was received in October 2001 to convert the large brick barn into a dwelling. The building has had a new floor and been reroofed and it is believed the permission is still live. (Purchasers to satisfy themselves).
Wilstrop Hall is situated within about 10.8 acres of formal gardens, paddocks and woodland.
The northern boundary follows the River Nidd and offers about 300 meters of single bank fishing which has been described as a feature packed stretch containing barbel, chub, dace and roach with occasional brown trout and grayling.
General Remarks and Stipulations
Viewing is strictly by appointment through Savills York office (01904 617800). ABlack@savills.com
From York take the A59 west towards Harrogate, continue for about 7 miles. About 1.5 miles beyond the junction for Moor Monkton in the dip and before the layby turn left along a private road and over the manned railway crossing to Wilstrop Hall.
Tenure and Possession
The house and land is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession upon completion
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by private treaty however the agents reserve the right to conclude negotiations by any other means at their discretion.
Permission was granted on in October 2001 to permit conversion of a traditional building to 1 dwelling with a new package treatment plant which has been installed. The application reference is 6.114.2.A.FUL.
An 8 kW roof mounted solar PV array was installed and commissioned in 2014. This provides electricity to the farm with surplus sold to the grid.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage together with oil fired central heating.
There is an annual payment to the York Consortium of Drainage Boards.
The sporting rights are included in the sale insofar as they are owned. The property includes about 300 meters of single bank fishing on the River Nidd.
Covenants, Easements and Rights of Way
A public footpath runs along the access lane, past the farm buildings and south of the house running towards the cottage.
The property will be sold subject to all covenants, easements and rights of way whether specifically mentioned in these particulars or not.
Council Tax is payable to Harrogate Borough Council Wilstrop Hall is listed under Council Tax Band G and the amount payable for 2016/2017 is £2,814.02.
A copy of the fully Energy Performance Certificates are available upon request. The current rating for Wilstrop Hall is Band C.
Acreage: 10.8 Acres