Hull Road, Howden, Goole, DN14 7LP | Property for sale | Savills
3,885 sq ft(360.93 sq m)
Guide price £875,000(€1,027,125)

Hull RoadHowden, Goole, DN14 7LP

    Key features

    • Six bedroom period farmhouse
    • A range of stables with outbuildings, tractor shed and large timber barn
    • Two paddocks
    • Private lake
    • Covered swimming pool
    • Set on the outskirts of Howden market town with a train station offering direct links to London Kings Cross

    A classic Victorian family home with an abundance of outbuildings and surrounded by mature gardens and grounds

    About this property

    • Oaklands is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a charming country house, together with an extensive range of outbuildings offering huge potential, and with a good amount of land.

      This is a superb Victorian family home dating from 1856, positioned off the main road, on the edge of the market town of Howden offering a great prospect to enjoy a semi-rural lifestyle, but with the benefit of convenience. To complete the attraction for commuters, Howden station is less than two miles with regular services to London Kings Cross.

      The property has been in our clients ownership for 40 years and retains a charming country-style and situated within about 5.75 acres surrounded by mature trees. This country home accommodation extends to around 3885 square feet over three floors, with a wealth of period features including original fireplaces, architrave, coving, high ceilings and deep skirting boards.

      There is a delightful open plan kitchen dining area with a range of base and wall units, tiled floor and an Aga, adjoining is a large utility room with access to outside and leads to a good sized store.

      Two generous reception rooms are located to the front of the house with large bay windows and original fireplaces, the large family room is situated to the rear of the property and a study has been created from what was once the pantry, beneath which is a cellar. There is a w.c. on the ground floor and completes the accommodation on this floor.

      There are six bedrooms and two bathrooms over the top two floors, with a generous games room situated on the first floor that could be created into a magnificent principal bedroom.
      The house sits within an established garden, mainly laid to lawn, with herbaceous borders and a separate vegetable garden.

      There is an impressive range of outbuildings, that were created for the former resident of the master hunt with six stables, workshop and garaging that require some attention, including a stable yard and a covered heated swimming pool with terraced area. Behind the outbuildings, the owners have created an orangery and a potting shed. There is a further timber framed tractor shed and a sizeable lake with a path around.
      There are two individual paddocks, with woodland and a lake situated in between divided by hedging and fencing, amounting to about 5.75 acres in total.

      The house is approached via a private driveway leading to the side of the property with ample parking and a large timber barn that could be used as garaging.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This much loved family home is such an interesting proposition, the house is brimming with charm and there is so much potential on offer, ready for its new custodians.

    Ed StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Howden market town offers local shopping facilities, supermarkets, doctors surgery, dentist, primary school (Ofsted Good 2011), a Secondary Academy and Howden Minster. There is a mainline rail station at Howden with regular services to London Kings Cross, Leeds, York and Hull.
    • Boothferry Golf Club & Spaldington Golf Range is well known locally for its 18 hole golf course, less than three miles from Howden, in addition there is an Equestrian Riding School within about four miles distant.
    • Within the area there are a number of independent schools including; Queen Margaret's School for girls (14 miles), The Read School about 9 miles and Pocklington School about 17 miles.
    • The cities of Hull (27 miles) and York (22 miles) are also within easy commuting distance for a full range of amenities and the M62/M18 motorway network is about four away. Leeds Bradford Airport is 49 miles.
    • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: G
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F