Immaculate late Georgian farmhouse on a well sized plot in Warter, a popular village in the Yorkshire Wolds
With outstanding views from the garden, Rickman House, which has been with the current family for over 15 years, has been immaculately kept and updated without losing its charm or character. Beautiful wooden beams, roll top baths and large Georgian style small paned windows are complimented by contemporary wooden paneling and wood burning stoves. With over 3500 sqft of living space, there is a choice of formal and informal reception rooms, this could be a family home with excellent schools nearby, or a house for couples to entertain in.
Ground floor accommodation leads off the entrance hallway, to the left is the kitchen and informal sitting room, moving through the dining room, there are two formal reception rooms at the front of the house, making the most of the verdant outlook. To the right of the hallway is the utility space, guest w.c. and bright orangery, perfectly situated off the dining room for after dinner drinks. The stairway leads to a lower ground floor study and cellar. Upstairs on the first floor is the principal bedroom with en suite, two en suite bedrooms and a further bedroom.
Outside the garage boasts a family room with bar, storage in the eaves and a pretty sun room looking across the gardens. The garden is wonderful, making the most of open views and has been beautifully designed to be a garden for all seasons. There is a fantastic variety of flowers, plants, shrubbery and mature trees. You are spoilt for choice with seating areas designed for entertaining and relaxing at different times of the day.
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The wolds scenery has been very popular with artists across the years, Warter itself was captured by David Hockney: 'Bigger Trees near Warter', 2007.Tanya Coffey