A fine Grade II listed house set in attractive gardens within the heart of Old Malton
Hunters Hall is a fine Grade II listed house set in a very attractive garden in the heart of Old Malton, built circa 1700 and mentioned by Pevsner in his Buildings of England.
A much loved family home for over 20 years the house benefits from a particularly impressive grand entrance reception hall with an original low rise staircase.
Elegantly proportioned drawing room and dining room are complemented by a spacious library with French doors leading onto the garden. A large family kitchen/breakfast room to the rear of the house with pantry, utility and boot room makes this a proper working family house.
On the first floor is a principal bedroom suite with dressing room/bedroom 6 and bathroom along with three further bedrooms, two bathrooms and study. A fifth bedroom and fourth bathroom en suite are situated on the ground floor. There is an impressive attic room measuring some 42 feet in length, currently used as an office.
The delightful gardens, offer an abundance of flora and trees, there is a summer house and extensive range of outbuildings, garaging and a greenhouse.
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I love that the house and gardens are equally spacious within a superb setting.Jennifer Kendrew