6 Lime Tree Drive, Brandesburton, East Riding of Yorkshire
Offers In Excess Of £1,000,000
5 bedroom house
Luxurious, detached property in an outstanding private setting within a superb East Riding village
Enjoying great privacy and occupying a superb plot within a ‘parkland’ setting at the edge of the village of Brandesburton, this detached property is one of fourteen high end properties within a boutique development designed and built by Charles Church. No. 6 is a detached, double fronted house with tall sash windows that echo the symmetry and proportions of a Georgian country house. It sits in substantial gardens and grounds with a generous driveway, triple garage and beautiful gardens, just a short walk from the local amenities of the village. With its tree-lined approach and open countryside on the doorstep, Lime Tree Drive is arguably one of the area’s most sought-after streets.
Entrance and staircase hall, cloakroom wc, 4 reception rooms, kitchen breakfast room, utility room
Principal bedroom suite with bathroom, 4 further bedrooms, 2 further en suite bathrooms, house bathroom
Studio room with roof terrace
Summer house, triple garage, gardens and grounds
In all some ¾ acre
- Substantial property with versatile accommodation of 3819 sq ft
- Modern, high end, family house circa 2006
- Surrounded by its gardens and grounds with an open outlook
- Well-appointed with high quality fixtures and fittings throughout
- 4 reception rooms, 4 bathrooms, 5 bedrooms
- Family-sized roof terrace with far-reaching, rural views
- Triple garage block with studio room above
- Studio room makes an ideal home office or leisure space
- 15 minutes’ drive to the market town of Beverley and less to the coast
- No onward chain
This is a luxury property with good ceiling heights and generous windows throughout, beautifully appointed with multi-function sash windows, internal oak panelled doors, a central staircase with barley twist newel post and spindles, and LED lights on both floors. The sitting room has an inset contemporary living flame gas fire and recessed television with fitted units either side. The additional front room is the cinema room with fitted units and surround-sound speakers. At the heart of the house lies the kitchen breakfast room, a superb space that is open plan to the family room and connected to the dining room with its French doors. The bespoke, contemporary kitchen has a large island unit with breakfast bar, integrated appliances including a wine cooler, ceramic induction hob, and a fitted utility/laundry room alongside. The family room has underfloor heating, a custom-made media unit and is full of natural light having floor-to-ceiling windows and bifold doors that give direct access to the garden/BBQ terrace. From an inner hall a staircase ascends to a magnificent first floor studio room extending to more than 25 ft with dormer windows facing south and full-height bifold doors opening onto the roof terrace, itself a feature of the property. There are three double bedrooms and two single bedrooms, four with fitted wardrobes. The principal bedroom suite spans the depth of the house and comprises a 20 ft bedroom and a bathroom with two sinks, a bath and separate shower. The adjacent fifth bedroom currently serves as a dressing room.
Screened by a high clipped yew hedge at the front, this very private property is set behind electric wrought iron gates and a garden gate that leads to the front door. The generous block paved driveway provides a turning area and ample parking; it leads straight to the triple garage block with its electric doors, power, light, plumbing and gardener’s wc. An EV charging point has been installed; it faces the drive, adjacent to the side entrance. The landscaped gardens surround the house but predominantly lie to the west of the property. There are generous terraces designed for sitting out, extensive lawns, deep herbaceous borders and mature parkland trees. The cedarwood summer house is accessed by a well-lit garden path; it has electricity and power, a cedar shingle roof and hardwood bifold doors that open onto its terrace encircled by box hedging. The gardens and grounds are concealed and private, bounded by fencing with a far-reaching outlook at the rear across wide open pastures towards the Yorkshire Wolds. They total 0.76 acres.
Brandesburton is an appealing rural village with a traditional village green with market cross, and a wide range of village facilities. These include a general store, two public houses, a Chinese restaurant, Italian restaurant, fish & chip shop, village hall, Grade I listed medieval church, golf course and water sports centre. There is excellent road access to the City of Hull, historic market town of Beverley and east coast resorts of Bridlington and Hornsea. The primary school in the village is currently rated Ofsted ‘Good’ and Hymers College in Hull is accessible some 16 miles to the south.
EPC Rating: C
Services & Systems: All mains services. Gas central heating.
Fixtures & Fittings: Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as fitted carpets, curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments etc., are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment
Local Authority: East Riding of Yorkshire eastriding.gov.co.uk
Directions: From Main Street in the village turn onto Mill Lane, turn right down Oak Tree Way then second left onto Lime Tree Drive.