The Croft, Sheriff Hutton, York, North Yorkshire, YO60 6SQ | Property for sale | Savills
3,572 sq ft(331.85 sq m)
Guide price £1,350,000(€1,539,285)

The CroftSheriff Hutton, York, North Yorkshire, YO60 6SQ

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Extensive six bedroom village house in an elevated position
  • Open plan kitchen and family room
  • Sizeable reception rooms
  • South facing landscaped gardens and paddock with stable
  • Double garage with storage above
  • Desirable village with amenities

An impressive six bedroom village house with stunning views and a paddock.

About this property

  • Catesby House is a substantial, attractive, detached family home built in 1994, offering a light, spacious and well-presented layout that can be arranged to suit individual needs.

    The house is set within an elevated position awarding the house the most outstanding views towards York.

    There is a generous ground floor with a good balance of reception space stretching the depth of the house, the superb sitting room has an open fire place as a central point and dual aspect, with access through to the conservatory with doors leading to the garden. There is a formal dining room accessed via double doors, again offering a dual aspect with a study area created to one end, ideal for working from home.

    The large, open plan kitchen breakfast room is a welcoming space with a range of modern wall and floor mounted units and worktops provide both good storage and preparation space, together with a range of integrated appliances. To one end of the room is a family seating area with a log burning stove. Adjoining the kitchen is a useful utility room with units and storage, there is a separate cloakroom and in built storage within the rear entrance hall that completes the accommodation on the ground floor.

    To the first floor is a spacious landing, leading to the principal bedroom suite with a dressing room and en suite bathroom. The second bedroom provides an en suite shower room, there are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. On to the second floor there are two superb good sized bedrooms and a separate shower room.

    The house is approached via a gravelled driveway that provides ample parking and leads to the double garage with loft storage space above and a large lean-to log store providing further storage space. Behind is a small orchard area with fruit trees and a rear access leading to the village.

    Of particular note are the beautiful, established, landscaped, south facing gardens which are a wonderful feature and provide a spectacular backdrop to the property. To the rear of the house is a gravelled and terraced seating area. As the house is elevated, the garden is set on two levels offering alternative spacious seating areas ideal for al fresco entertaining. There are large mature beds and trees providing year round interest, colour and privacy.

    In addition there is a fenced paddock extending to about one acre with a useful stable accessed from the bottom of the garden.

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I love Catesby House, it has a lot to offer as a generous family home that provides many of what buyers are looking for within a thriving village life with amenities, surrounded by peaceful countryside. The views are sublime!

Tanya CoffeyProperty agent

Local information

  • Sheriff Hutton is a "thriving conservation village" situated between the Vale of York and the Howardian Hills. The village has a church, village hall, public houses, garage, primary school (Ofsted Good 2020), post office/shop, Quarmby's Delicatessen and Coffee House, and a bus service. Terrington Hall Preparatory School is about four miles away, with Ampleforth College about 12.5 miles.
  • York City (about 11 miles) is the nearest city offering excellent shopping and boasts a number of popular attractions including: York Theatre Royal, the Art Gallery, York Minster, Betty's Tea Rooms and the famous Shambles along with a range of local cafes and shops. The city has excellent restaurants including the award winning The Star Inn the City by Andrew Pern and the Michelin-starred restaurant, Roots, by Tommy Banks. In addition, there is Skosh by Neil Bentinck which also boasts a Michelin-star, positioned on popular Micklegate. There are a number of supermarkets in and around the city, including a Waitrose at Foss Islands Road and a large Marks and Spencer at the Vanguard Shopping Park. Independent schools on offer in York are The Mount, St Peter's and Bootham along with a number of good state schools.
  • York railway station has regular services to major cities including Manchester and the airport, Edinburgh and London with some journeys taking less than two hours to Kings Cross.
  • The market town of Malton (10.6 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 train station.
  • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.
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Additional information

  • Ryedale District Council, Council Tax Band G
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G