Normanby, Sinnington, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 6RH | Property for sale | Savills
515.52 sq m(5,549 sq ft)
Guide price £2,650,000

NormanbySinnington, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 6RH

    Key features

    • A fully renovated six bedroom, six bathroom, Georgian country house
    • Four reception rooms including a relaxed snug
    • Eco-credentials including two air source heat pumps
    • Southerly views across its own gardens, land and open countryside beyond
    • Car port, garage and outbuildings
    • Equestrian facilities and paddocks

    A superb Georgian country house set in 15 acres with outbuildings, extensive gardens, land and equestrian facilities

    About this property

    • An outstanding example of Georgian architecture, this superb 18th century country house is unequivocally one of the finest houses in Ryedale. Set in a commanding position with far reaching views across the Vale of Pickering, the property benefits from around 15 acres of gardens, paddocks and state-of-the-art equestrian facilities.

      The property has undergone an extensive programme of refurbishment during the vendor's ownership and no expense has been spared with the renovation and restoration of this fine home. Normanby Hill House has been brought back to its full architectural glory, with the restoration of the grand entrance, decorative plaster work, architraves, exposed beams and an impressive staircase. Sympathetic additions have been introduced including wooden panelling and window seats at the bases of the newly installed hardwood double glazed sash windows.

      With excellent eco-credentials the property benefits from two air source heat pumps, intelligent lighting control system, two-phase electric power and two Wi-Fi systems (one is 5G), private drainage and a modern treatment plant.

      The property offers luxurious, well-planned family accommodation arranged over three floors. The ground floor layout is designed with family living in mind, the heart of the home being the 24 foot Kitchen-breakfast-living room, with stunning vistas across the surrounding grounds. The hand crafted kitchen is fitted with top of the range fixtures and fittings including a 5-oven Aga, Butler sink with Quooker tap, island unit with induction hob and breakfast bar, integrated appliances including two dishwashers and a wine fridge. Adjacent to the kitchen are a number of store rooms including a traditional pantry with stone slab shelving and useful boot room. Continuing through the ground floor there are four impressive reception rooms and a more relaxed snug, all of near perfect proportions.

      The first floor accommodation is equally as impressive, with a potential of six bedrooms, two currently used as dressing rooms to the principal bedroom suite and five bathrooms all of which are furnished with the highest quality fittings. The second floor is home to a superb loft apartment with its own kitchenette, sitting room and two bedrooms served by a bathroom, ideal for teenage children or visiting guests.

      Approached through stone gate pillars, electric gates open to a sweeping private driveway. There is plenty of parking to the front and side of a four bay car port and double garage.

      The house is flanked by a sizeable terrace, paved in York Stone, which provides excellent areas for entertaining and enjoying the panoramic views. Built into the bank is a bespoke exercise and spa pool, heated by its own air-source heat pump. Towards the end of the terrace a space has been created for an outdoor kitchen and in the other direction a raised terrace extends the length of the house with several sitting out spaces from which to enjoy the views. To the front of the property there is an immaculately maintained lawn, flanked by herbaceous borders and clipped yew hedges. An expansive orchard sits to the west, dotted with apple, pear, plum, green gage and walnut trees.

      The property also benefits from state of the art equestrian facilities, including a stable block with eight loose boxes, two foaling boxes, a wash bay and tack room. In addition there is a further L-shaped shed with two bay open barn and two timber stables. There are 10 individually fenced paddocks with five rail timber posts amounting to around 11 acres in all.

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    This standout house is without a doubt one of the best country houses I have seen in the area, a true testament to the owners vision.

    Ed StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Normanby is a small hamlet situated on the edge of the Vale of Pickering, south of the North York Moors National Park benefitting from a church and public house. The market towns of Pickering, Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley have a number of amenities with further facilities available in Scarborough and Malton.
    • The historic market town of Pickering (about five and a half miles) is known as the gateway to the Moors. The town boasts a number of public houses, supermarkets, leisure and sport facilities, local independent shops and cafes as well as a 13th century castle, the North York Moors steam railway and a museum.
    • There a few schools within the vicinity including St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Academy), Pickering Community Infant and Junior School (Ofsted Good 2014/15), as well as Lady Lumley's School (Academy).
    • Kirkbymoorside (about four miles), provides a good range of shops, a weekly market, cafes, public houses, primary school (Academy), a doctors surgery, cricket, bowling squash clubs as well as an 18 hole golf course.
    • The market town of Malton (about 9 miles) is now the artisan food capital of North Yorkshire with its award-winning monthly food and farmers markets, as well as a weekly market, and annual Food Lovers' Festival backed by excellent local shops.
    • There are supermarkets, two breweries, restaurants, the Talbot Hotel, cookery school, tearooms, a cinema, theatre and Castle Gardens five acres of park.
    • Malton and Norton golf club boasts 27 holes and is situated about a mile outside Malton. In addition there is Malton Secondary School (Ofsted Good 2015) located on Middlecave Road.
    • There is a station with fast and regular trains to York with connections to London Kings Cross, Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool. York is the nearest city about 25 miles along the A64 which leads on to the A1(M).
    • Dalby Forest is about 12 miles distant with countless walks and cycle trails through stunning scenery, an adventure course and on site cafe. A dark sky discovery site, it is an excellent location for stargazing. Scarborough seaside resort is about 24 miles.
    • The renowned stately home, Castle Howard with its farm shop and fabulous gardens is about ten miles away.
    • Please note all distances and times are approximate.

    Additional information

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