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+++Low Hall is a SUBSTANTIAL, DOUBLE FRONTED GRADE II LISTED COUNTRY HOUSE, with GRASSED PADDOCK IDEAL FOR EQUESTRIAN USE as well as RIVER FRONTAGE and FISHING RIGHTS. This IMPRESSIVE FIVE BEDROOM CHARACTERFUL HOME is well arranged over three floors with generously proportioned rooms and occupies a generous plot with delightful gardens in a lovely secluded setting. The property is believed to have been constructed in the early C17th with later additions for Captain Candler, a well known local figure of that period.+++ Low Hall cleverly combines today's modern requirements with the charm and character associated with such a fine period building, features such as the 'Stirling and Jones' bespoke pine fitted kitchen, superb feature conservatory, gas fired AGA and background gas heating system all blend effortlessly into this fine property. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance hallway/ rear lobby, cloakroom, bow windowed lounge, bow window dining room, bespoke country kitchen/diner and laundry room. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, family bathroom with roll top bath and w.c and shower room also with w/c. To the second floor there are two further double size attic bedrooms. Low Hall is approached by a driveway off Garth End Road with mature well presented lawned front garden, paved terrace and central pathway. To the rear is an enclosed courtyard with outbuildings plus three separate but inter-connected gardens, the first being to lawn with raised brick ponds, this leads to a much larger lawned garden with lawns and borders together with a timber summerhouse. The final garden has pathways and gravelled soil beds and also features a 20" x 9" chalet. The paddock is then at the bottom of the garden and is accessible from a shared rear access road. The popular twin villages of West and East Ayton sit on opposite sides of the river Derwent, just a few miles west of Scarborough on the main A170 Pickering road. The villages provides various facilities including public houses, fish and chip shop, library primary school, church and filling station/ post office/ supermarket. Delightful walks can be enjoyed through nearby picturesque Forge Valley to Hackness village. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a fine country property in a sought after and highly regarded residential location. Offered with NO ONWARD CHAIN Internal viewing is highly recommended.
Low Hall occupies a delightful mature plot accessed off Garth End Road approached by a driveway to the front and a driveway to the rear (owned by Low Hall). To the immediate front of Low Hall there are twin lawns a,central paved pathway and terrace whilst steps lead up to and over the gravelled driveway which provides off street parking for numerous vehicles, to a further and larger front lawned garden with mature trees and shrubbery, providing a pleasant backdrop and affording a high degree of privacy. To the rear is an enclosed courtyard with a useful brick store. The main gardens are also to the rear comprising of three separate but interlinked areas. The first garden is mainly lawn with shrubs and twin circular raised brick ponds. A garden trellis leads through to the second and much larger garden again mainly lawn with borders with a timber summer-house 12'x9' with light and power. A further arbour takes you through to the third garden which has pathways, soft fruit trees and lawned gardens. In addition there is a large chalet 20'x9' Beyond this and to the side is a grassed paddock (ideal for equestrian use) which is over two acres and backs onto the river Derwent.
All main services are connected. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries with regard to these.