Savills | Ampleforth, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 4DL | Properties for sale
4.50 Ac(1.82 Ha)
Asking price £795,000

AmpleforthYork, North Yorkshire, YO62 4DL

    Key features

    • Converted railway station
    • Formal gardens and land
    • Main house and cottage to let or for family
    • Private plot with stunning views
    • Popular area with walkers and tourists

    A unique opportunity to live in a converted railway station.

    About this property

    • Fabulous converted station on a private plot in Ampleforth- an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Sitting in about 4.5 acres of grounds, there is a pretty woodland and lake to explore.

      The house has two entrances, one via a porch on the old station building leaving to a family kitchen, dining room and snug- which could also be used as a home office. To the right of the kitchen is a guest W.C. and impressive lounge with large windows front and back, with a door opening on to the gardens at the back of the house. Through the lounge is another guest bedroom or study and the house utility room.
      The first floor houses three further bedrooms and the house bathroom. There are working fireplaces throughout the house for the winter, and a sun terrace at the back for the summer.

      Next door, the addition of the cottage has provided two bed ancillary accommodation, with a small private garden to the rear of the kitchen and a patio area leading from the lounge to take in the views- perfect for multi generational living, guests or as a holiday cottage.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Local information

    • Ampleforth is a popular village 22 miles north of York that is very popular with tourists in the summer, and enjoys a thriving village life for locals.
    • Good local pre-school and primary schools, sit alongside independent provision from Ampleforth College.
    • A playground, youth theatres, active parish council and village hall with a programme of exercise classes and clubs provides opportunity to build community, alongside the two pubs, coffee shop and Abbey tea room.
    • Nearby, the famous Abbey produces its own goods- a tour round the cider orchard is popular with visiting guests. The town is very popular with walkers.
    • A post office, grocers and a local farm shop provide provisions while supermarkets can be found in the larger towns of Helmsley, 4 miles along the valley and Thirsk toward the A1.
    • Close by is the wonderful North York Moors,Yyorkshire Dales, Castle Howard, lovely east coast fishing villages and the iconic white horse at Sutton Bank.
    • Please note all distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = G