North Cave, North Cave
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT HOUSES IN EAST YORKSHIRE STANDING IN A PARKLAND SETTING OF APPROXIMATELY 11 ACRES
The stunning interior has been the subject of considerable investment providing a stylish home with all the modern conveniences of the 21st century. Providing overall accommodation approaching 9,000 sq.ft. with six bedrooms, five receptions, six bathrooms plus further ancillary rooms and a superb two storey barn conversion leisure complex complete with stables, four car garaging and an outdoor heated swimming pool. North Cave village is ideally situated with easy access to the M62 less than 40 minutes drive from Leeds, York, Doncaster and Sheffield. Lying 15 minutes west of the city of Hull and south west of Beverley. There is a main line railway station approximately five miles in the small town of Brough with direct connections to London Kings Cross.
Summary: The stunning interior has been the subject of considerable investment providing a stylish home with all the modern conveniences of the 21st century. Providing overall accommodation approaching 9,000 sq.ft. with six bedrooms, five receptions, six bathrooms plus further ancillary rooms and a superb two storey barn conversion leisure complex complete with stables, four car garaging and an outdoor heated swimming pool. North Cave village is ideally situated with easy access to the M62 less than 40 minutes drive from Leeds, York, Doncaster and Sheffield. Lying 15 minutes west of the city of Hull and south west of Beverley. There is a main line railway station approximately five miles in the small town of Brough with direct connections to London Kings Cross.
Location: The village of North Cave has first class road connections as the A63 dual carriageway runs to the south of the village and connecting the M62 motorway approximately one mile to the west. Local village facilities are available with primary schooling within the village. The Historic town of Beverley lies approximately twenty minutes driving time to the north east.
History: The croft is thought to have replaced an earlier property which was quite probably a farmhouse. It was built circa 1875 and remained in the Carver family for 100 years. Has previously been the seat of members of parliament and has hosted royalty, commemorated by a plaque in the entrance hall.
Accommodation: The accommodation is arranged on the ground and two upper floors plus cellar and leisure complex and can be seen in more detail on the dimensioned floorplan forming part of these sales particulars and briefly comprises as follows:
Open Pillared Porch:
Grand Entrance Reception: 34'6" x 25'9" (10.52m x 7.85m). Featuring a period fireplace and a shallow rise ornate original staircase, many classical features, hardwood polished flooring and mahogany display cabinets.
Drawing Room: 27'0" x 17'0" (8.23m x 5.18m). Featuring an original period white marble fireplace, polished hardwood flooring and a delightful south facing aspect over the garden. Connecting door to the ...
Dining Room: 18'3" x 17'0" (5.56m x 5.18m). Dual aspect to the north and west, feature period fireplace and polished pine flooring.
Inner Hall: Gives access to the cellar.
Cloakroom/wc: With enclosed closet and marble vanity wash hand basin.
Rear Entrance Porch: Side vestibule.
Snug: 19'8" x 13'9" (6m x 4.2m).
Sitting Room: 19'3" x 20'6" (5.87m x 6.25m). Featuring a period style limestone fireplace with gas fire.
Dining Kitchen: 21'5" x 21'1" (6.53m x 6.43m). Full width bi-fold doors taking full advantage of the south facing aspect and parkland view leading to an outdoor entertaining area. The kitchen area has a stylish range of classical cabinets with solid granite worktops including centre island unit, twin Belfast sink plus additional inset stainless steel sink unit to the centre island, a four oven Aga and dishwasher, polished oak flooring.
Rear Service Entrance: Gives access to the..
Ground Floor Shower: With connecting door to the leisure complex, includes shower cubicle, rectangular wash hand basin and low level w.c. with half complementing tiling and heated towel rail.
Utility Room: 11'0" x 10'7" (3.35m x 3.23m). Includes a large walk-in store.
Landing: Features a Georgian style arch window and recess.
Master Bedroom: 24'5" x 17'3" (7.44m x 5.26m). Cantilevered semi circular bay window and original fireplace.
Master En-suite Bathroom: Full porcelain tiling complimenting the full Villeroy & Boch contemporary white suite, comprising inset bath on a tiled plinth, rectangular wash hand basin on a hardwood plinth, fitted WC and large walk-in rain shower area with glass screening.
Dressing Room: 18'3" x 11'2" (5.56m x 3.4m). Full length and full height open hanging wardrobe space with matching drawers and shelving, original period fireplace.
Bedroom 2: 17'0" x 16'2" (5.18m x 4.93m). Includes a range of high gloss finish wardrobes with concealed double door entrance to the ...
En-suite 2: Featuring a slipper bath, walk-in shower cubicle with glass screening, low level w.c. and wash hand basin, original hob grate fireplace.
Bedroom 3: 20'7" x 17'5" (6.27m x 5.3m). Currently used as an office with a range of fitted cupboards.
En-suite Bathroom: Has a traditional white suite with high level w.c., freestanding bath and pedestal wash hand basin. Connecting door to the leisure complex.
Bedroom 4: 16'7" x 13'10" (5.05m x 4.22m). With recessed wardrobe in a contemporary style with sliding doors.
Bathroom: Has a traditional mahogany panelled bath, vanity wash hand basin, plus separate w.c.
Rear Landing: With large storeroom 17'5 x 6'.
Study: 12'9" x 7'6" (3.89m x 2.29m). Large built-in cupboard housing the central heating boiler unit.
Second Floor: Has been purposely designed to provide a self-contained suite if desired or simply further bedroom space. Comprising...
Landing Area: Open plan to the ...
Dining Area: 14'0" x 8'1" (4.27m x 2.46m).
Kitchen: 12'6" x 8'4" (3.8m x 2.54m). Includes a range of fitted cabinets, single drainer sink unit, built-in oven and hob.
Living Room/bedroom 5: 15'8" x 14'0" (4.78m x 4.27m). Featuring a period style fireplace.
Bedroom 6: 13'6" x 10'6" (4.11m x 3.2m).
Additional Store Room: 12'6" x 7'6" (3.8m x 2.29m).
Second Floor Bathroom: 19'3" x 9'9" (5.87m x 2.97m). Includes a freestanding bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c.
Leisure Complex: Converted from the original outbuildings over 1,800 sq. ft. in total. Could lend itself to a variety of uses as well as its current leisure use which includes ..
Large Gymnasium 55'0" x 16'0" (16.76m x 4.88m). A bespoke oak and glass panelled staircase with gallery leads to the ...
First Floor 55'0" x 16'9" (16.76m x 5.1m). Featuring a vaulted ceiling with exposed roof trusses and oak flooring throughout the complex.
Outside: The main entrance to The Croft is off Station Road. A recessed gateway and double wrought iron electrically operated gates lead to a long driveway with wrought iron railings to a further set of electric gates providing additional security opening out to a large parking area in front of the house for guests. The driveway extends to the side of the property and to the rear where there is a further spacious parking area in front of a large four car garage with twin double electrically operated doors adjoining which is an original Grade II listed dovecote.
- Equestrian property
- Approximately 11 Acres
- Stunning Interior
- Seven Bedrooms
- Five Reception Rooms
- Six Bathrooms
- Approaching 9,000 Sq Feet
- Must Be Viewed
- Four Car Garaging
- Leisure Complex