9 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Hutton Bank, Hutton Rudby, Yarm, United Kingdom

9 Bedroom Detached House - £1,100,000

Hutton Bank, Hutton Rudby, Yarm, United Kingdom

First listed on: 04th March 2020

Nearest stations: Yarm (4.3 mi)Allens West (6.1 mi)Eaglescliffe (6.2 mi)Nunthorpe (6.7 mi)Gypsy Lane (6.8 mi)

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Leven House is a spacious and elegantly proportioned residence dating from the early nineteenth century, standing in substantial private gardens, located in a picturesque conservation area in the desirable village of Hutton Rudby. It offers versatile accommodation extending close to 6,000 square feet. An immediately impressive property, Leven House dates (according to local history sources) from around 1850, although it includes a keystone inscribed ‘1811’ and stands on the ancient site of the manorial corn-mill. The property is listed among the 'Stately Homes’ of Hutton Rudby and its striking appearance always attracts attention, with exceptionally large windows and elegant proportions.Further along the passage is an cosy Kitchen / Breakfast Room (we are now in the original servant's quarters) with a gas-fired Aga stove, original bread oven by J Cail of Stokesley with stone surround, a beamed ceiling, two doors leading to the enclosed rear courtyard, built-in units including refrigerator and dishwasher, dual Carron Phoenix sink and drainer with mixer tap. This could easily be extended into the courtyard, where making use of the original coal store could give you a pantry in the hillside! From the kitchen there is access to a large cellar for wine and storage down a set of stone steps.Both sides of the house have fully plumbed utility rooms with high efficiency gas boilers because the house was at one point divided in two, but the systems could easily be rejoined.On the first floor of the main house we have four very large, high-ceiling bedrooms, each having an en-suite bath / shower room, all beautifully decorated with intricate plasterwork and high skirtings. Three have original marble and cast iron fireplaces; most chimneys have been lead-capped but the majority could be brought back to working order if desired. There are two also smaller bed/dressing rooms on this floor.The second floor, once housing servants and facilities, now offers a further four bedrooms, one being a very large room easily able to hold a snooker table, as indeed it once did. There is another bathroom / WC and a sitting room, making this a complete self-contained suite ideal for the larger family, and there are two staircase routes down to the rest of the house.As the floor plan shows, there is a fourth mezzanine floor in the west end of the house, having a large music / play room, a cosy office and a linen / ironing room. The rear of the property comprises a large formal garden, largely laid to lawn with easily maintained borders, a pond and waterfall, a large timber garage / shed on a concrete base and a smaller shed close to the house. The garden extends up Hutton Bank into a veritable adventure playground of paths and trees. At the front, a capacious forecourt allows easy parking and a high wall encloses a border of trees and shrubs.

Elegant Early Victorian Period Residence
Idyllic Location
Beautifully Decorated
Many Original Features
Large Gardens Extending Up Hutton Bank
Mahogany, Pitch Pine & Teak Doors, Windows & Skirting's
Ideal For A Large Family, Multi-Generational Living
Totalling Thirty Rooms
Unique Craftsmanship & Construction
Splendid Italian Plasterwork
Leven House is a spacious and elegantly proportioned residence dating from the early nineteenth century, standing in substantial private gardens, located in a picturesque conservation area in the desirable village of Hutton Rudby. It offers versatile accommodation extending close to 6,000 square feet. An immediately impressive property, Leven House dates (according to local history sources) from around 1850, although it includes a keystone inscribed ‘1811’ and stands on the ancient site of the manorial corn-mill. The property is listed among the 'Stately Homes’ of Hutton Rudby and its striking appearance always attracts attention, with exceptionally large windows and elegant proportions.Further along the passage is an cosy Kitchen / Breakfast Room (we are now in the original servant's quarters) with a gas-fired Aga stove, original bread oven by J Cail of Stokesley with stone surround, a beamed ceiling, two doors leading to the enclosed rear courtyard, built-in units including refrigerator and dishwasher, dual Carron Phoenix sink and drainer with mixer tap. This could easily be extended into the courtyard, where making use of the original coal store could give you a pantry in the hillside! From the kitchen there is access to a large cellar for wine and storage down a set of stone steps.Both sides of the house have fully plumbed utility rooms with high efficiency gas boilers because the house was at one point divided in two, but the systems could easily be rejoined.On the first floor of the main house we have four very large, high-ceiling bedrooms, each having an en-suite bath / shower room, all beautifully decorated with intricate plasterwork and high skirtings. Three have original marble and cast iron fireplaces; most chimneys have been lead-capped but the majority could be brought back to working order if desired. There are two also smaller bed/dressing rooms on this floor.The second floor, once housing servants and facilities, now offers a further four bedrooms, one being a very large room easily able to hold a snooker table, as indeed it once did. There is another bathroom / WC and a sitting room, making this a complete self-contained suite ideal for the larger family, and there are two staircase routes down to the rest of the house.As the floor plan shows, there is a fourth mezzanine floor in the west end of the house, having a large music / play room, a cosy office and a linen / ironing room. The rear of the property comprises a large formal garden, largely laid to lawn with easily maintained borders, a pond and waterfall, a large timber garage / shed on a concrete base and a smaller shed close to the house. The garden extends up Hutton Bank into a veritable adventure playground of paths and trees. At the front, a capacious forecourt allows easy parking and a high wall encloses a border of trees and shrubs.

Elegant Early Victorian Period Residence
Idyllic Location
Beautifully Decorated
Many Original Features
Large Gardens Extending Up Hutton Bank
Mahogany, Pitch Pine & Teak Doors, Windows & Skirting's
Ideal For A Large Family, Multi-Generational Living
Totalling Thirty Rooms
Unique Craftsmanship & Construction
Splendid Italian Plasterwork
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50 High Street

Stokesley

North Yorkshire

TS9 5AX

Telephone: See phone number 01642 711 555

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50 High Street

Stokesley

North Yorkshire

TS9 5AX

Telephone: See phone number 01642 711 555

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