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The Granary, Bulmer, York

Offers In Excess Of £800,000

4 bedroom detached house

Delightful barn conversion with beautiful gardens in a popular Howardian Hills Village.

The Granary is a charming stone-built barn conversion developed in 2007 with the current vendors being the first custodians. It enjoys probably the finest setting in the village being discreet and set back from the village road with outstanding views across the valley. Bulmer is a charming hill-top village in the Howardian Hills with deep grass verges, Castle Howard on the doorstep and convenient for both Malton and York.

Entrance and staircase hall, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, garden room, cloakroom/wc.

Principal bedroom suite with shower room, 2 further double bedrooms, family bathroom, bedroom 4/office

Garage, office, ample parking, landscaped gardens

In all some 0.4 acres

  • Modern, detached barn-style village house
  • Energy efficient with EPC rating of C
  • Superb rural setting with outstanding views
  • Underfloor heating throughout the ground floor
  • Generous parking and turning area, garage and home office
  • Wonderful, landscaped gardens with views across the valley
  • Convenient for superb schooling and local amenities
  • Rural Howardian Hills village, one of North Yorkshire’s prettiest
  • Rapid access to York, Leeds and motorway network via the A64
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Constructed using stone from the original barn, The Granary pays homage to its heritage with exposed stonework and beams and barn-style oak doors with beautiful ironmongery. Discreetly tucked away from the village street, The Granary enjoys significant privacy with an orientation facing its lovely gardens and open countryside beyond.

The double-height glazed entrance (circa 2022) allows swathes of south-facing natural light to flood through the wide, travertine-tiled hallway to the French doors at the rear. The sitting room is triple aspect and spans the width of the house with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the garden and a door opening onto the large terrace. There is engineered oak flooring throughout with underfloor heating, which continues into the kitchen and garden room. The superb kitchen/dining room is a well-proportioned living space that can comfortably accommodate a family-sized dining table. The handmade kitchen has an island unit with wine rack and storage, there are base fitted units below granite worktops, a double Butler sink, integrated appliances, and a gas-fired range cooker. Steps descend to the light-filled garden room with bespoke, wall-to-wall cabinetry built by a local craftsman and doors giving access to the terrace and gardens.

On the first floor are three double bedrooms, a fourth single bedroom that doubles up as an office and a family bathroom. The principal bedroom suite enjoys far-reaching views, has a dressing area with fitted wardrobe and a shower room.


The house has a gravel driveway at the front with a flagged path leading to the front door and a detached garage on the western corner. Abutting the rear of the house are two paved terraces, one connecting to the sitting room and surrounded by a bed of roses, the other connecting to the garden room and home to one of six water features within the garden. The mature landscaped gardens are glorious; they descend gently, framing a glorious and far-reaching view across rolling hills. The two sweeping lawns are encircled by abundantly planted herbaceous borders, shrubs and trees and, at the far end, through a green arch is a further garden area with stone circle and garden well.


There is a detached single garage of stone under a pantile roof that has been fully boarded out in the loft, ideal for storage. The garage is home to the boiler, and the oil tank and butane cylinders are behind the garage. Attached to the rear is a home office or art studio served by heating and electricity that would make a great space for working from home or a creative space set apart from the house.


Welburn 1 mile, York city centre 14 miles, Malton 7 miles, Yorkshire coast 30 miles, Leeds 39 miles

Bulmer lies on high ground in the Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty close to Castle Howard. It has a Grade I listed church of pre-Norman origins, a village hall and bus service to York. Nearby Welburn, Sheriff Hutton and Terrington provide many good local amenities including superb cafés/bakery, delicatessen, a selection of public houses, wine shop and an excellent farm shop at Castle Howard. Primary schools include the private preparatory school in Terrington. Ten minutes’ drive to the north is the thriving market town of Malton, ‘Yorkshire’s food capital’, with its independent shops and restaurants, secondary school, and railway station connecting to the mainline service at York from where there are regular services to London, Manchester and Edinburgh. Bulmer lies two miles from the A64 trunk road which offers rapid access to the shopping parks on the ringroad, York city centre, Leeds, the A1M and the wider motorway network.


Tenure: Freehold

EPC rating: C

Services and Systems: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil-fired central heating. Gas bottles supply the cooker and gas fire. We have been advised that broadband is good with a superfast fibre-optic cable to the village.

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

Directions: Approaching Bulmer from the east/Welburn/Castle Howard, proceed into the main street and the house is on the right hand side next to the red telephone box.

Local authority: North Yorkshire Council Conservation area AONB

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