Imposing family house in superb decorative condition, with far reaching views, gardens and garaging.
Entrance and staircase hall, sitting room, family room, kitchen dining room, utility room, laundry, cloakroom wc
Master bedroom suite, 4 further bedrooms, 4 further bathrooms, bedroom 6/games room
Attached double garage, drive with ample off street parking, gardens
Nearly 2 acres in all
Wass Bank, Wass Bank Road, Wass, North Yorkshire YO61 4AX
This is a landmark property, set high on Wass Bank facing south west over breathtakingly beautiful countryside in the heart of the North York Moors National Park on the edge of the Howardian Hills. The house sits in the middle of its grounds, accessed via a drive, its rear and eastern flank protected by woodland and its southern flank enjoying an open vista across manicured lawns. The interiors – amounting to more than 4000 sq ft - are elegant and contemporary. This is a property to be relished.
• A large house of over 4000 sq ft
• Elevated location on the edge of this popular village
• Completed renovated and extended by highly regarded Hague Builders in recent years
• 2 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, cloakroom wc
• 32 ft kitchen dining room with 4-oven Aga
• Master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room
• Principal rooms facing south west
• Expansive stone terrace that runs the full width of the house, accessed from the kitchen and sitting room via glazed doors.
• Breath-taking views to the south towards Byland Abbey
The property is set back from the country road, accessed via a drive which sweeps round to the back of the house where there is an attached double garage. Circling the garage is a large tool shed. Behind the house and to the eastern flank lies woodland, and to the south west is a sweep of lawn that gently falls away to deliver superb rural views, best enjoyed from the elevated stone terrace at the rear of the house.
Helmsley 6 miles, Easingwold 8 miles, York 20 miles, Malton 17 miles,
Wass lies just west of Ampleforth at the foot of the Hambleton Hills, in the North York Moors National Park, near Coxwold and Byland Abbey. There is an excellent pub in the village, and many other good hostelries nearby. The market towns of Easingwold and Helmsley are roughly equidistant. The house itself lies at the northern edge of the village, half a mile from the pub.
Services: Mains electric, drainage, Oil heating, security alarm
Local authority: Ryedale District Council 01653 600666
Directions: From the centre of the village take the road up Wass Bank Road, the house itself is located on the right-hand side, being the last house on the edge of the village.
Photographs and particulars: August/September 2017
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