Three Sophisticated Reception Rooms & Libary/Study
Fitted Kitchen With Oak Cabinets
Attached Home Offices & Storage Room With Shower Room
Potential For Annex
Five Bedrooms & Two Family Bathrooms
Stunning Gardens Double Garage & Outbuilding
Grade II Listed
This superb grade II listed Victorian residence sits in a plot of circa 1.5 acre and is steeped in local history situated in the popular village of Hibaldstow, originally the Vicarage serving St Hybald's church,
acquired by the current owners approaching 30 years ago who embarked on a journey to totally restore and refurbish the building and grounds to create the fine period property that it represents today.
A gated entrance opens onto a gravel laid sweeping driveway with turning circle providing a grand approach to the house enjoying views over the gardens. The stunning landscaped gardens have been expertly designed by the celebrated gardener Alan Mason reflecting the grandeur within this fine historic home.
Built in a traditional style using red brick which typifies the Victorian era, with a central front entrance door.
Once inside a spacious reception hall with storage cupboard welcomes and provides the first hint of traditional elegance that this grand house provides; accessing the spindled return staircase which leads up to the galleried landing where a ceiling lantern allows for natural light to cascade throughout the whole reception and staircase area. The finish throughout the house is of a high standard to include quality period style detailed cornicing, period mouldings and ceiling roses.
In the architectural design of the era there are two forward facing reception rooms which flank the front of the entrance hall providing library/study, expertly fitted in a range of limed oak cabinets with a period style fire surround and a sophisticated drawing room is set around a superb period ornate fireplace with views over the front and side garden. To the rear of the house is a light and airy dual aspect sitting room with a period style fireplace and a glazed door which opens out onto the rear patio and garden aswell as a window looking over the side garden to enjoy the view of the Coy Carp pond and Haddeston pavilion.
The Kitchen is extensively fitted in a range of oak fitted cabinets which includes a selection of integrated appliances with ample space within for a dining table. Adjacent to the kitchen is a rear facing sophisticated formal dining room and ideal entertaining room enjoying garden views.
The hallway extends to approach the attached granny annex extension with bedroom and sitting room currently used as home office space with a spacious storage room and a bathroom.
In addition, there is a cellar accessed from the hallway with two rooms.
The return staircase leads to a galleried landing to the five bedrooms served by two family bathrooms the principal is luxuriously fitted in bespoke Clive Christian furniture and suite.
There is also flexibility to create an impressive master suite from two of the bedrooms providing a master bedroom and dressing room and one of bathrooms as an en-suite if so required.
Approached from a gravel laid driveway which is lined with low ornamental hedging and lantern style street lighting. The drive is flanked by lawned gardens and is bordered by a tall privacy hedge to the road side. To the front of the house is an impressive water feature in a circular bed to the entrance drive. The drive leads to a block paved access to the double garage and a tall wooden gate into a courtyard style garden with feature water pump which serves the office/annex with outbuilding which houses the central heating boiler.
To the side of the property is an impressive large raised Coy Carp pond which is looked over from a spectacular Haddonstone raised pavilion creating a splendid shaded seating area to enjoy the grounds from with York stone flagged patio area.
The garden extends to the rear aspect divided by high privacy hedging where there is an expansive raised York stone flagged patio with a water well the patio is surrounded by a stone balustrade perfect for entertaining a number of guests where there is ample space for dining and seating looking over the formal lawned garden with lantern style lighting.
To the side is a stone brick-built garage/garden store with power and light approached from a block paved entrance area which has planning permission for conversion to a studio apartment the vendor advises that the footings are in for the conversion which should be checked by your surveyor/solicitor.