Aislaby Hall, Aislaby, North Yorkshire
York 28 miles, Pickering 2 miles, Kirkbymoorside 5 miles, Helmsley 10 miles, Malton 10 miles. (Distances approximate)
Architecturally, one of the outstanding country houses of North Yorkshire
Entrance and staircase hall, reception hall, north drawing/dining room, south drawing room, smoking room, banqueting hall, kitchen breakfast room, pantry, wc, rear hall and secondary staircase
7 double bedrooms on the first floor, 2 bathrooms, separate wc, sitting room
4 attic rooms on the second floor reached by a staircase (total space amounting to 1319 sq ft), access to roof
Italianate gazebo dating from 1742 built of brick and stone with steps leading to an elegant classical garden room
Walled gardens and grounds with haha
In all some 3 acres
Further 3/4 bed cottage, renovated stable block and significant further land available by separate negotiation.
Aislaby Hall, Aislaby, near Pickering, North Yorkshire YO18 8PE
Aislaby Hall is ideally situated for those seeking a manageable but imposing country house in a beautiful, accessible part of North Yorkshire within easy reach of the market towns of Pickering, Helmsley and Kirkbymoorside.
• Grade II* listed Georgian country house with 7 bedrooms
• Perfect Georgian symmetry with fine plastered and panelled rooms
• Venetian window looking south over the gardens
• 30 ft banqueting hall – seating 30 plus
• Quarter mile drive and parkland views
• Grade II* garden gazebo
• Two acres of walled gardens, featured in “The Rose Gardens of England”
• About 3 acres, further land available by separate negotiation
• Located between Pickering and Helmsley
• 2 international airports within 60 miles
One of the outstanding Georgian houses in the region, Aislaby Hall was built in 1742 in the Classical style. The stone quoins, symmetrical façade, enormous sash windows, plasterwork and grand rooms that follow the Classical rules of design and proportion are all evidence of the influence of John Carr of York. Many of its finest internal architectural features have been retained.
The present owners have, over the last twenty years, completed an extensive program of sympathetic restoration and renovation, returning this historic house to its glory days but much enhanced.
Currently a much loved residential dwelling in the ownership of a family, Aislaby Hall could certainly lend itself to a variety of commercial uses, such as a country house hotel or wedding venue.
From the A170 a drive some quarter mile long sweeps round to the rear of the property where the principal house overlooks its glorious, private gardens, sheltered from the village street by a high village wall. Avenues and gravel walkways wind decorously through the grounds framed by box hedging, low stone walls, spring and summer plantings and a variety of specimen shrubs and trees. The lawns are sheltered by towering mature trees and they stretch away to the south and east to a rural parkland landscape with uninterrupted pastoral views beyond.
In all some 3 acres
Aislaby Hall lies within a pretty, rural village between Pickering, Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley, conveniently located and close to rail connections at Malton and York (London 1hr 45mins). The spectacular scenery of the North York Moors and Dalby Forest stretches away to the north and the Yorkshire coast lies some twenty miles to the east.
Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas
Fixtures and 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.
Ryedale District Council 01653 600666