Easton Lane, Ainthorpe, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2LG | Property for sale | Savills
185.16 sq m
Offers over £795,000(€906,468)

Easton LaneAinthorpe, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2LG

  • Under offer

Key features

  • An elevated four bedroom country house with excellent views
  • Generous south facing private garden and grounds
  • Outbuildings with potential to convert
  • Idyllic setting on the edge of a thriving village with a train station on the Whitby to Middlesbrough line.
  • Set within the North York Moors National Park

A countryside house in an idyllic setting with stunning views, set in a private position with land and outbuildings.

About this property

  • Brickyard House is a wonderful four bedroom house surrounded by beautiful countryside and set in over four and a half acres.

    Situated in a private elevated position and commanding southerly views over the undulated land and the North York Moors National Park. The house extends to 1,993 square feet, with a welcoming entrance hall, leading to the kitchen with a double aspect, exposed beams and a range of units.

    Stepping up to the cosy sitting room there are exposed beams and the original stone surround and hearth with the addition of a log burner, alongside which are bespoke hand built units either side. French doors open on to the large garden room which runs the full length of the house and enjoys fabulous uninterrupted views. A ground floor bedroom has been created with bespoke hand built wardrobes. There is a sizeable family bathroom with separate shower and a utility room arranged over the remainder of the ground floor.

    To the first floor there are three bedrooms of good proportions all benefitting from superb views along with a WC,

    There is an adjoining garage/store with pit and to the side of the house is a brick built outbuilding. The garden is a generous size mainly laid to lawn, with mature hedging and trees. The perimeter is enclosed by a mixture of hedging and post and rail fencing. At the bottom of the garden is a single storey brick outbuilding with store and new roof, ideal for stabling/storage or could be converted to further accommodation subject to the necessary consents.

    The first paddock is over two and a half acres acres with a separate entrance, along with two outbuildings, one with a new roof, that are currently used as stabling or could be converted to further accommodation subject to the necessary consents. The second paddock is just over one acre.

    The owners currently rent a further field of just over half an acre to the side of the house, from Danby Estate

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

This is a stunning location within the Moors and I loved the view of Danby castle!

Ed StoyleProperty agent

Local information

  • Ainthorpe is a village within the civil parish of Danby, a bustling moorland village lying in the Esk Valley, set within the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.
  • The village of Danby is less than a mile away and has a shop, bakery and tearoom, a public house, village hall, doctors surgery, church and The Moors Centre with café, outdoor adventure play area and indoor climbing wall. A mobile Post Office from the village hall is open twice a week. Ainthorpe has a public house and the local primary school (Ofsted Good 2022). Scaling Dam Reservoir, about five miles from the village offers fishing and watersports and a licensed tea room opposite, The Jack & Jill Coaching Inn.
  • The Esk Valley Railway line has services from Whitby to Middlesbrough offering a scenic route in this most beautiful part of North Yorkshire, characterised by lush valleys, high heather moorland and rugged coastline with fine beaches, which have been a magnet for tourism since the advent of the railways. There are onward connections via the East Coast London-Edinburgh route.
  • Castleton is just under two miles distant with a local Co-op, a weigh shop, deli, primary school (Academy), public house and church. Middlesbrough (about 21 miles) is within convenient commuting distance of the property, and Durham Tees Valley Airport lies about 31.7 miles away.
  • The historic port of Whitby is about 17 miles west and the market towns of Guisborough (about 11.6 miles) and Stokesley (about 13.5 miles) have further facilities. The increasingly popular seaside town, Saltburn-by-the-Sea is about 12.7 miles distant and also has an 18 hole golf club, supermarkets, leisure centre and further amenities.
  • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

Additional information

  • Scarborough Borough Council - Council Tax Band E
  • EPC Rating = E
  • Tenure = Freehold