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Low Crankley, Easingwold, York

Guide Price £1,300,000

4 bedroom house

Attractive barn conversion with twenty one acres, located just outside Easingwold

Rutland Grange is a handsome period barn conversion circa 2002 that offers versatile, modern living space. It enjoys an appealing position facing its own garden and has a paddock, grassland and bands of woodland on its eastern boundary. This property comfortably accommodates a family as well as downsizers requiring adaptable accommodation with ground floor bedrooms, and its acreage provides the potential for equestrian needs. On the ground floor, the rooms are well-proportioned with the dining and sitting rooms enjoying west facing light and double height ceilings into the roof space. Rutland Grange is located just outside the market town of Easingwold, some twenty minutes’ drive to York.

Entrance hall, cloakroom wc, kitchen breakfast room, utility room, dining room, sitting room

Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, 3 further bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en suite)

Double garage, driveway

Courtyard, gardens, orchard, paddock, fields

In all some 21 acres

  • Gardens and land totalling some 21 acres
  • Equestrian potential – fields and paddock
  • Family house with versatile accommodation
  • More than 2350 sq ft arranged over two floors
  • High specification fixtures and fittings in the kitchen and bathrooms
  • Two ground floor bedroom suites
  • Five minutes’ drive to Easingwold, twenty minutes’ to York
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Additional Information

Rutland Grange has ample character with exposed brickwork and ceiling beams on both floors, some of which have been retained from the original period farm building. It is adjoined to neighbouring properties of comparable value. At the heart of the house, the kitchen/breakfast room has underfloor heating beneath a tiled floor and is double aspect, connecting to the paved courtyard through a pair of south facing French doors. The hand-painted Smallbones kitchen has an island unit with breakfast bar, granite work surfaces, integrated appliances, a Britannia stove range cooker and double butler sink below a garden window. On the eastern wing of the property are the open plan dining and sitting rooms extending to some 33 ft with an engineered oak floor, exposed roof trusses and wood-burning stove.

Two bedroom suites are situated on the ground floor. Both equipped with fitted wardrobes and the larger of the two enjoys morning sunshine through the wooden louvre shutters and French doors that open onto the secure courtyard. Alongside is the generous bathroom with a freestanding slipper bath tub, vanity unit and contemporary walk-in cubicle with rainfall shower. The second suite has garden views, a fitted dressing room and a bathroom with corner shower. The hand-painted turning staircase on the western end of the kitchen/breakfast room ascends to the first floor, passing a dramatic oversized barn-style window to the landing with two storage cupboards. The two double bedrooms both have louvre shutters on their windows and ceilings that rise into the roof space revealing exposed beams. The large house bathroom has a freestanding roll-top bath, a new and never-used corner shower unit and a newly fitted skylight.


The private but shared tarmacadamed drive is approximately one third of a mile long and provides access to three high value properties, one of which is Rutland Grange. Rutland Grange owns the latter part of the drive extending to the gates of neighbouring Field House and to the smart new oak gates of Rutland Grange which open to an enclosed gravelled driveway with parking space for six cars and a double garage with power, light and electric doors. The bulk of the land lies to the east of the house following the curve of the A19 and culminating at the beck on the southern boundary. There are two big fields enclosed by hedging and post and rail fencing, woodland, an orchard and an enclosed paddock alongside the house and drive. A band of well-established trees encircles much of the paddock and provides a welcome screen giving both privacy and shelter. In front of the house, a circular patio has recently been laid enjoying a west facing position and creating an ideal spot for al fresco dining and barbeques. The enclosed garden is walled to one side and comprises a large expanse of manicured lawn edged with herbaceous borders, shrubs and trees. At the rear of the house is a sunny courtyard accessed from the kitchen breakfast room.


Easingwold 2 miles, Thirsk 11 miles, York 12 miles, Helmsley 15 miles, Leeds Bradford Airport and Durham Tees Airport 35 miles

Nearby Easingwold is a cherished North Yorkshire market town with its Georgian market place and wide range of shops and amenities; there is a superb new bistro, supermarkets, butchers, a chemist and stationer, petrol garage and a useful BATA store to name a few. Buses run to York, Thirsk and Helmsley and the A19 trunk road by-passes the town. Along with Outwood Academy in Easingwold, a number of excellent private schools lie within easy reach, including St Peter’s and Bootham in York. The mainline railway service can be accessed at York, Thirsk and Northallerton, and the A1(M) is some ten miles away providing a connection to the national motorway network.


Tenure: Freehold

EPC Rating: D

Council Tax: G

Services & Systems: Mains electricity and water, private drainage. Oil 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: North Yorkshire Council

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Directions: Approaching the property from York on the A19 Easingwold by-pass, some two hundred metres beyond the Easingwold roundabout, and turn left onto Crankley Lane. Immediately turn left again onto the private drive, passing through metal gates.

Photographs, particulars and showreel: August and September 2023

NB: Google map images may neither be current nor a true representation.

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