Front Exterior
3,590 sq ft(333.52 sq m)
Guide price £795,000

Octagon House9 Norfolk Street, Beverley, HU17 7DN

    Key features

    • Situated in a thriving market town with popular racecourse and shops
    • A Grade II Listed property of historical interest
    • Only 1 of 3 octagonal residential properties in England
    • South facing walled garden with terraces
    • Potential to be a 7 bedroom house

    Unique town house of historical interest within a popular market town.

    About this property

    • Octagon House is an extraordinary home, once forming part of a Georgian jail, housing prisoners during the Napoleonic Wars, it was brought by a builder and converted to its current use in 1880. The now Grade II Listed house is believed to be one of only 3 octagonal residential properties in England.

      The current owners bought the house in 1987, and started to create what is a beautifully designed family home. In addition to the fine, principal reception rooms on the ground floor, a garden room was added in 1991, accessed from the kitchen and sitting room and overlooking the back garden.

      Over the 1st and 2nd floors are 5 bedrooms, the master bedroom has a dressing room and bathroom, and overlooks the front garden. There is a playroom on the second floor which would make a 6th bedroom if desired.

      The property owns part of a lawned garden to the front of the house which has well planted borders and ample parking space. To the side of the house is a single garage and drive offering further parking.

      The south facing walled garden has beautifully designed borders, and a terrace accessed from the garden room with steps leading down to the lawn. There is another patio area at the end of the garden, offering sun and shade throughout the day.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Octagon house is an historic home in one of the country's most desirable towns.

    Ben PriddenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Norfolk Street is a highly regarded location very near the Westwood in Beverley and less than ½ mile from the City's gates, North Bar Within, and the City's commercial heart.
    • Beverley is a thriving market town with shops, cafes, restaurants, medieval Minster, racecourse and The Westwood parkland.
    • There are many schools in the area including Molescroft Primary School, Beverley High School and Longcroft School. Beverley Grammar School, founded in AD 700 is the 6th oldest school in the country.
    • The independent sector includes Hull Collegiate School at Tranby Croft Anlaby, Hymers College in Hull, and Pocklington School.
    • With train links to Hull, Beverley has access to the wider rail network. Other stations nearby are Brough, under 15 miles away, with regular services to London King's Cross - and York, 27 miles away, a major mainline station. The M62 is 11 miles from Beverley.
    • Please note all distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt