Manor Road, Stutton, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, LS24 9BR | Property for sale | Savills
238.95 sq m(2,572 sq ft)
Guide price £800,000

Manor RoadStutton, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, LS24 9BR

    Key features

    • This splendid stylish period home offers much original charm and character
    • Generous accommodation configured over four floors
    • Lovely outlook from the landscaped mature gardens
    • Outbuildings with potential for home office or storage
    • Central village location, commutable to York and Leeds

    A handsome Grade II listed house which has been sympathetically refurbished to provide exceptional accommodation throughout located in a rural village

    About this property

    • Manor House Farm is set within the rural village of Stutton and is Grade II listed with outbuildings and a landscaped garden. The current owners have carried out an extensive and sympathetic renovation, blending the best of character and contemporary living.

      The accommodation is arranged over four floors and extends to more than 2,500 square feet. The kitchen/dining room has a range of bespoke handmade units with Neff appliances, a dual fuel Rangemaster, exposed beams and under floor heating with flagstones.

      The generous sitting room is enhanced by a superb original brick built inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and wooden floorboards. The light and sizeable family room has custom-made cupboards with shelving and French doors lead out on to the south facing patio.

      To the first floor there are three bedrooms, the principal bedroom suite has been recently updated and offers an outlook to the front and a well-appointed en suite shower room, with customized wardrobes along with a separate original storage cupboard. Bedroom two is a sizeable room with built-in wardrobes, an exposed beam and a front facing aspect. To the left of the staircase is bedroom three and the house bathroom with separate shower.

      To the second floor there are two further bedrooms, one with a large en suite shower room with under floor heating, which has been recently updated, both have exposed beams and velux windows.

      There is a cellar which has flagstone flooring and is currently used as the utility room but has potential for alternative uses.

      The house is approached via a graveled driveway with parking available to the front and side. Adjacent to the property is an outbuilding with two stores and a workshop leading through to the garden. There is a pretty landscaped garden which is part walled with a terraced area and views towards a woodland area.

      Photography November 2021

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    A stunning home that has been lovingly restored and offers the best blend of character and contemporary

    Ed StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • The village of Stutton is situated about a mile south-west of Tadcaster, boasting a public house and a village hall which hosts clubs and activities. The village also has a bus service to Tadcaster, Wetherby and Selby.
    • The village is surrounded by outstanding countryside offering scenic walks, and the nearby A1M link allows quick easy access to York (about 11 miles), Leeds (about 15 miles), and Harrogate (about 19 miles), as well as being conveniently situated for access to the A64. Leeds Bradford Airport is about 22 miles distant.
    • From the village, there is a footpath over the A64 to Tadcaster where there is The Jackdaw public house, Costcutter, Post Office, hairdressers and a bus stop for the Coastliner all under a mile away.
    • The thriving market town of Tadcaster has a wide range of day to day amenities; banks, doctors surgery, dentists, supermarket, shops, cafes, bakeries, butchers, restaurants, public houses as well as a swimming pool and sports clubs. Within the town are tennis courts, badminton club, cricket and football clubs. The highly acclaimed Academy; Tadcaster Grammar School is about 2.5 miles from Stutton, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Ofsted Good 2012) is situated just over a mile away.
    • There is a train station in nearby Ulleskelf, about one and a half miles away with direct trains to Leeds, York, Hull and Sheffield. Toulston Polo Club is about two miles distant within Toulston Park and Scarthingwell Golf course is located about four miles south of Ulleskelf.
    • York is about 11 miles to the east with a wider range of amenities and a mainline train station having regular direct services to London Kings Cross, with some services making the journey in under two hours.
    • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • North Yorkshire Council, Band E
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E