Period country house, on the edge of town, set in nearly 5 acres with stunning views.
Entrance and staircase hall, drawing room, dining room, family room, kitchen breakfast room, rear hall, wc. Gym, utility room, store, study/office.
Master Bedroom with en suite bathroom and large dressing room, 6 further bedrooms, 4 en suite bathrooms, house bathroom
Kennel, gardeners’ wc, garaging for four cars, 2 garden stores and log store, tack room, stable.
Separate cottage (linked to the main house, but with separate entrance) with study above and utility, store and bathroom below
In all approximately 4.80 acres (1.94 hectares)
Auburn Hill House, Langton Road, Norton on Derwent, Malton YO17 9PZ
Auburn Hill House is a handsome mid-Victorian family home built circa 1850 by Robert Wyse and enjoying a lovely setting facing south over unspoilt countryside. The house itself offers beautifully presented, elegantly proportioned accommodation with an abundance of character and architectural detail. In the grounds is the old east window of Kirkburn Church and a Norman church doorway. This large property, arranged over three floors, offers huge versatility and scope, with the east wing presenting further possibilities for the creation of an attached annexe.
Large, versatile house with 8120 sq ft of internal accommodation
4 reception rooms, 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
Garaging, outbuildings and land
Glorious views over the privately owned gallops towards Langton Wold
Auburn Hill House is approached from Langton Road via electric gates and a tarmacadam driveway which leads past the turning circle at the front door on to the extensive garaging and parking. Auburn Hill stands in beautiful manicured gardens with borders and mature shrubberies flanking the driveway and to the south a stone flagged terrace, lawned gardens and well stocked flower beds. Beyond the large grass paddock are magnificent, sweeping views over the privately owned Fitzgerald gallops to Langton Wold.
York 18 miles, John Lewis and Vangarde Retail Park 16 miles, East coast 23 miles, Leeds 45 miles. (Distances approximate)
Auburn Hill House is situated on the outskirts of Norton on Derwent about 1.5 miles from the centre of the market town of Malton and the bus and railway stations. There are excellent road communications via the A64 and the railway station offers direct links to York and on to Leeds, London, Liverpool and Manchester Airport. The twin towns of Norton and Malton, with some twenty horse racing establishments between them, are linked by an old stone bridge that crosses the river Derwent. Norton has a variety of amenities including good schooling and a swimming pool/fitness centre. Malton itself, Ryedale District’s principal town, has seen a resurgence of popularity underpinned by its independent shops, cafes and restaurants, monthly food market and nationally-acclaimed food festival. There is also a community hospital and a choice of independent schools within a comfortable drive or train journey to York.
Services: all mains services
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.
Local authority: Ryedale District Council 01653 600666
Directions: From York, take the A64 towards Malton/Scarborough, take a right turn to Kirkham Abbey, proceed through Kirkham and turn left to Langton just before the Stone Trough. Proceed through Langton and after about a mile turn left to Norton at the crossroads. Auburn Hill House is on the right, at the bottom of the hill just outside Norton on Derwent
Photographs and particulars: September 2017
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