Savills | Sessay, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 3BE | Property for sale
Guide price £795,000

SessayThirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 3BE

  • Under offer

Key features

  • 3.9 acres of garden and paddocks
  • Double garage and stables
  • Conveniently situated for Thirsk & Easingwold and for motorway networks
  • Perfect balance of family and entertaining rooms
  • Good sized bedrooms

Fabulous family home in over 3.9 acres of wonderful grounds

About this property

  • Burnham House is a fabulous home offering expansive accommodation and is particularly adaptable, and flows well creating a real sense of spaciousness.

    The superb open plan kitchen is very well equipped and functional and features built in appliances, handmade units and a fantastic period range. From the kitchen is a very useful boot room and w.c. There are three wonderful reception rooms - a cosy family room with doors leading onto the terrace, which is ideal for relaxing, the equally impressive elegant sitting room is the perfect space for winter months with the log burner; the dining room is ideal for entertaining and family gatherings. All rooms give a perfect balance of combining family and entertaining spaces.

    The bedrooms are set over the first floor providing extensive and flexible accommodation with an impressive principal suite with luxury en-suite bathroom with views over the rear garden. There are three further good sized bedrooms and a family shower room.

    The house is set in about 3.9 acres of beautiful grounds, including the attractive lawned garden, well stocked borders, mature trees, stables, 4 paddocks and a lunge pool. To the side of the house is a separate lane with access to the stables and paddocks. In addition there is a double garage and plenty of parking.

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Local information

  • Sessay is a popular rural village conveniently situated for Thirsk & Easingwold, for the A19 and the A168 which provide access to the A1(M). The surrounding countryside, in view of the Hambleton Hills, is ideal for walking, cycling and has many quiet bridle paths.
  • The village boasts an excellent primary school and vibrant community which revolves around the village hall, sports field, cricket and bowls clubs, and fishing lakes.
  • The market town of Thirsk offers a wide choice of shops, pubs, restaurants, cinema, leisure facilities, supermarkets, good secondary school and a racecourse. There is the added benefit of a mainline railway station with connections to York and London and Scotland. Some services complete the journey to Kings Cross in under two hours.
  • The nearest city is York, (approx. 20 miles away) which is rich in history and has an array of amenities and on the outskirts are the Monks Cross and Vangarde shopping parks which include a John Lewis and Marks and Spencer.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D