Delves, Egton Grange, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 5BB | Property for sale | Savills
137.87 sq m(1,484 sq ft)
Guide price £565,000

DelvesEgton Grange, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 5BB

    Key features

    • An attractive stone built rural cottage has recently undergone a complete renovation
    • Three bedrooms, two bathrooms
    • Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom
    • Large private garden with views over Arncliffe Woods towards Egton and the Esk Valley to Whitby
    • Off street parking
    • Situated in the heart of the North York Moors National Park, only one mile from Egton Bridge and nine miles from Whitby

    Nestled in the heart of the North York Moors National Park, this traditional and characterful three-bedroom cottage offers stunning rural views, providing a peaceful and picturesque retreat

    About this property

    • Delves Farm Cottage is a traditional stone built property, with an abundance of history dating back approximately 250 years and seamlessly integrates the original barn and the cottage within its layout.

      The current owners have completed a reconfiguration of the accommodation along with an extensive and sympathetic programme of renovation. The property is nestled within the idyllic surroundings of the North York Moors National Park, offering extensive rural views from both the house and the meticulously landscaped garden.

      Step through the new oak front door into the spacious sitting room adorned with a double sided brick fireplace surrounding a wood burner, ascending steps lead up to the dining room and to the bespoke oak staircase with galleried landing.
      The oak fitted kitchen incorporates a Belfast sink, granite worktops with travertine flooring and high quality appliances including a Smeg double oven with Rangemaster extractor hood. A convenient shower room completes the ground floor layout.

      Upstairs, a principal bedroom with en suite has been created, with a free standing bath and separate shower, with Velux windows bringing an abundance of light into the room and exposed beams. On the other side of the bespoke galleried landing are two further sizeable rooms with fitted cupboards and exposed beams.

      Externally, the works continue with a delightful gravelled area providing plenty of space for outdoor dining and a stone outbuilding ideal for everyday storage. Steps lead up to the landscaped garden offering a wide selection of trees, shrubs, flower and plants, creating an abundance of colour and scent. Mature hedging and drystone walls define the boundaries. A larch clad garden room with light and power connections, provides an ideal space for entertaining, while seating areas have been created to the front. To the west side of the house, a gravelled area provides convenient parking.

      The cottage is conveniently located for access to various countryside walks, woodland areas, and a portion of the Coast to Coast trail.

      Additionally, the owners have a rental agreement for a piece of land adjacent to the garden from Mulgrave Estate, along with three stone outbuildings opposite the cottage.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This wonderful cottage is all about the setting and the outlook; the owners have truly outdone themselves in creating a remarkable house with a high-end finish.

    Ed StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Egton Bridge is less than a mile from the house and has a railway station on the Esk Valley line running between Whitby and Middlesbrough. Within the village there is The Postgate Inn and The Horseshoe Hotel has a farm shop which is open daily and further along in Roman Catholic Primary School (Academy). Further along at Egton are more public houses, doctors surgery a primary school (Ofsted Good 2023).
    • The picturesque village of Grosmont (3.9 miles) is located in the Esk Valley within the North York Moors National Park once a hive of industry when the George Stephenson railway was being built, but is now an idyllic and peaceful place. The village boasts an impressive range of amenities including the oldest Co-operative in the country, tea rooms, gift and book shops and a public house.Grosmont is on the famous coast to coast walk and as such it attracts visitors from all over the world.
    • Goathland (5.7 miles) is renowned for its history played in the iconic series of Heartbeat, you will want to go and visit the ‘Aidensfield.' The village has a range of places where you can enjoy a delicious meal such as The Inn on the Moor, The Goathland Hotel and The Mallyan Spout Hotel. Homestead offers fine dining and was recommended in the Michelin Guide 2022. The iconic North York Moors Railway runs through the village which can take you either to Whitby or Pickering.
    • Situated in the stunning Moors there are range of walks, including sites such as the wonderful water falls, Mallyan Spout and Thomason Foss Waterfall. The village has a range of amenities including a post office, village shop, village hall and a local primary school (Ofsted Good 2018).
    • Sleights (6.5 miles) offers excellent local facilities; village shop, butchers, baker, doctors surgery, post office, pubs, primary school (Ofsted Good 2019), fish and chip shop, village hall and sports field with cricket ground.
    • The Heritage Coast town of Whitby is just under nine miles away, a popular and famous seaside town steeped in history with a ruined gothic Abbey and an active fishing port. There are a wide range of shops, restaurants and pubs in the town centre along with supermarkets and a leisure centre. In addition there are cricket, rugby and football clubs within the town.
    • Being on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, the countryside in this most beautiful part of North Yorkshire is 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.
    • The A171 and A169 give access to Teesside (27 miles), Scarborough (26.9 miles), Malton (24.8 miles) and York (41.4 miles). The Esk Valley railway line has services from Whitby to Middlesbrough, and the scenic North Yorkshire Moors Railway runs from Pickering to Whitby, through the heart of the National Park.
    • Along the Yorkshire coast to the north are the popular seaside villages of Staithes (11.7 miles) , Runswick Bay (11.3 miles) and Saltburn by the Sea (19.4 miles). Teesside International airport is about 37.5 miles.
    • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E