Family size homes in the pretty village of Ampleforth
Manor House, Ampleforth
Contact: Humberts, tel: 01904 611828, www.humberts.com
Believed to date from the 18th century, Manor House lies within a conservation area. It has many original period features and has been sympathetically and scrupulously updated. The property has a drawing room that extends across the full depth of the house, a dining room with a period fireplace, kitchen with Shaker-style cabinets, a study, cloakroom and a porch that opens to the garden. Upstairs, there is a galleried landing, a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a house bathroom.
The property is approached through high boarded double gates and a driveway that leads to a parking area, attached double garage and a garden.
Sunnyside, Station Road, Ampleforth
Contact: Cundalls, tel: 01653 697820, www.cundalls.co.uk
Sunnyside is an attractive, red brick semi-detached house dating from the 1920s. The property has been updated in a style that is entirely in keeping with its age and character.
The accommodation comprises of a spacious entrance hall with stone flagged floor, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Over the upper two floors there is a house bathroom with roll top bath and three bedrooms.
Planning consent was granted in 2015 for a single storey extension at the rear of the house to provide another reception room, utility and shower room. Alternatively this could be reconfigured to a ground floor bedroom suite, if required.
Outside, there are gardens and a driveway providing space to park several vehicles.
*Best known for its monastery and public school, Ampleforth is a desirable village with an excellent range of facilities, including two public houses, a village shop and doctor’s surgery. It also has two primary schools and Ampleforth College has a sports centre offering a wide range of facilities to the general public.
The village sits on the southern edge of the North York Moors National Park and is surrounded by beautiful countryside. The thriving market town of Helmsley is just four miles away. Malton is some 12 miles east and York 19 miles south.