Beautiful homes in England's biggest county, including a magnificent estate and a stunning chapel conversion.
Set in 3.5 acres of land is the charming Low Gale, an extended farmhouse from the 1600s.
The five-bed property (one of which is part of a separate annexe) has exposed beams running throughout, an original oak staircase and open fires.
Surrounding the house are fantastic private gardens, screened by large hedges, making it the perfect spot to relax with a drink on a warm summer’s evening.
Wow. Where do we start. This former chapel (aptly named ‘The Chapel’) is a meticulously restored property located just off Kings Road in Harrogate with no stone left unturned during its spectacular renovation.
The heart of this home lies in the drawing room-once the amphitheatre of the chapel-with its 50ft ceiling and unique marble flooring, making it the perfect place for entertaining.
Located on the first floor is the galleried dining room, which is another incredible focal point of the property, with views down into the living space. It’s six bedrooms are spread over the first and second floors and can be accessed via two staircases via the mainhall.
This charming 17th Century stone cottage spans almost 3000 sq ft of accomodation, with three bedrooms in the farm house and a further two bedrooms in an attached annex.
Downstairs is a drawing room with an open fireplace, a snug with cast-iron fireplace, a farmhouse style kitchen plus a sunny conservatory.
With impeccable setting amongst the heart of the Yorkshire Dales national park, the house sits in an elevated position to take in the surrounding countryside.
Located in the sought-after village of Scalby is this four bedroom house, built in 1938.
Its spacious interiors are matched with stunning, south facing gardens, with manicured lawns, vegetable patches and a paved area for seating. Towards the end of the garden is an area of woodlands on Scaly Beck at just over 0.3 acres.
The popular Scalby village is located nearby, with a wide range of shops, amenities and leisure facilities, including a bowls club and popular pub.
If you’re looking for a project steeped in history (and budget is no issue) then look no further than Sheriff Hutton Park.
In the early 17th Century, the estate and surrounding countryside was part of the magnificent Forest of Gattres.
Much of the house remains unaltered since 1620, including the Jacobean panelled sitting room and the oak screen with Tuscan columns.
This glorious, restored Yorkshire farmhouse comes with spectacular gardens, a lake, 21 acres of land and outbuilding and is an easy commute to York.
The property measures to almost 2500 sq ft of flexible accommodation, and showcases many period features as well as three wood burning stoves.
With a considerable amount of time and energy spent on the gardens and grounds, and set near to the Yorkshire Wolds, Old West Farm is a little slice of paradise in the countryside.
Hanlith Hall enjoys a tranquil setting near Skipton, sitting above the upper reaches of the River Aire and close to some of the finest parts of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The house dates back to the 17th century but was substantially added to in the 18th and 20th centuries, and now boasts a ball room and indoor swimming pool as well as six bedrooms.
There are also just over two and a half acres of formal gardens, plus self-contained accommodation ideal for holiday lets or relatives.
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