Exceptional Georgian home in Middleton, a small village just 2 miles from the market town of Pickering, on the fringe of the North York Moors National Park.
Middleton Hall is a striking Grade II Listed house dating from
the mid 18th century. The house is set back from the road,
behind two magnificent beech trees, and approached
through stone pillars.
The house has many wonderful period features including
shutters, original doors and cornicing. The reception rooms
include a particularly elegant drawing room and impressive
dining room. The kitchen breakfast room is ideal for family
life having room for a dining table and adjacent snug.
To the first floor there are up to six bedrooms, two
bathrooms and a dressing room, that might be reconfigured
to provide another bathroom subject to the necessary
consents. The second floor has three further bedrooms and
In addition to the Hall there are three cottages that have
been converted by the current owners, and are currently let
on a holiday basis. The cottages could of course be used
as ancillary accommodation to the house for family and
friends, or as a home office.
Photography was taken July 2013
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This is a wonderful family home with serious kerb appeal and 3 cottages.Ben Pridden