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16833 The Old Hall, Jervaulx

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16833 The Old Hall, Jervaulx

DETAILS The Old Hall is a beautiful family home built circa 1890 and retains a wealth of original period features with well-proportioned rooms and high ceilings.
This immaculately presented property offers some 6,320 sq ft of extensive family accommodation with substantial outbuildings and stabling of around 3340 sq ft. It has been lovingly maintained and restored by the current owners during their twelve year tenure.

The stone porch leads to a welcoming reception hall with log
burner which opens up into an elegant dual aspect drawing room
with feature fireplace and log burning stove, French doors to the
patio and underfloor heating which extends through the entire
ground floor. From the reception hall there is also a useful
separate utility room and downstairs cloakroom.

The heart of the home is an open plan kitchen/breakfast room
with a large island with Silestone worktop, seating, electric Aga
and walk-in larder. This room has been carefully designed to suit
modern day living with a comfortable sitting area with a log
burning stove. French doors open to the front of the property and
steps lead to a stunning dining room with a vaulted ceiling and
exposed wooden beams. The ground floor accommodation is
complete with a further sitting room with log burning stove, a
boot/gun room with fitted storage units, additional cloakroom and
a study/garden room with direct access to a delightful patio area
with distant views.
Above the four car garage is a two-bedroom fully self contained
annexe, currently used as a successful holiday let, but could
easily be incorporated into the main house or ideally utilised by a
dependant relative.
The Old Hall is approached via a private driveway, bordered with
mature shrubs and stone walls, leading to a four car garage and
numerous outbuildings. A further driveway leads to a courtyard
where there are five stables, tack room, greenhouse and further
useful outbuildings, suitable for a variety of uses. To the rear of
the property are more formal gardens which enjoy private and far
reaching views over the River Ure and paddocks beyond, with the
entire plot extending to just over 5.5 acres in total.

The area is renowned for its stunning location, set on the
edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and close to the
historic Jervaulx Abbey. Just a short drive away is the
market town of Masham, which has a supermarket,
independent shops and a selection of excellent pubs,
restaurants, cafes and an outstanding rated C of E Primary
School. Also nearby, Aysgarth School which is one of the
leading all boys’ prep schools in the country. The city of
Ripon is 15 miles away and offers an access by road to the
north and south via the A1, while Northallerton and Thirsk
offer mainline rail services to London Kings Cross.
Harrogate, Leeds and Tees Valley are all within
commuting distance.
Leaving the A1(M), junction 50, take the B6267 towards
Masham for approx. 36 miles. Leave Masham on the
A1608 (Masham Bank) towards Jervaulx and travel for
approx. 5 miles. The Old Hall can be found on the right
hand side, just after entrance to the Jervaulx Abbey and
Tea rooms.
Mains electricity, LPG fired central heating. Private water
supply and drainage.
Freehold with vacant possession.
Joint Agent
Knight Frank
T: 01423 535373