A superb refurbished Grade II Listed barn conversion of considerable size and style, pleasantly situated adjacent to the church in a peaceful corner of this pretty village.
Accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, WC, sitting room, study, breakfast kitchen, living room, dining room, cloakroom, utility, boot room, master bedroom with en suite bathroom plus sauna/walk-in shower, 3 further bedrooms (2 en suite)
Annexe – Living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom
Gyme/Summerhouse – Worskhop/Store
Gated private parking, landscaped gardens
Manor Barn is a sympathetic conversion of a number of period farm buildings which has been the subject of a recent programme of renovation and refurbishment, creating a flexible and beautifully appointed family home of considerable character, which enjoys a delightful position behind St Michael’s Church adjoining open countryside.
First converted around 16 years ago, the barns form a generous property extending to around 4,000sq ft incorporating a self-contained 1 bedroom annexe, perfect for visiting guests, relatives or as a holiday let. In addition, there is a separate brick outbuilding at the bottom of the garden which has been converted into a gym and office but could be easily adapted to suit other uses. The entire property has been given the same attention; every room having been refurbished and finished to a very high standard using quality natural materials but with careful consideration given to the remaining original features. The majority of rooms showcase a range of exposed timber beams and trusses, vaulted ceilings, exposed brickwork and oak doors throughout. More modern additions include a stylish hand-built Pipi oak kitchen by Chapel kitchens and luxurious en suite bathrooms; 1 complete with a sauna/walk-in shower.
The majority of ground floor rooms overlook the beautifully landscaped rear garden which orientates to the south, a block paved terrace adjoining the rear of the building providing a very inviting al fresco dining space, accessed directly from the sitting room. The gardens are enclosed by high walls and mature hedging providing a great deal of privacy, a large central lawn dotted with specimen trees and mixed beds with a delightful planted arbour leading passed the summerhouse. There is a kitchen garden/working area at the far end and a large gravel parking area to one side accessed via a pair of electric timber gates.
Sutton on Derwent is a very popular village with excellent local facilities including a popular pub The St Vincent Arms, a post office, a vibrant village hall, a tennis club and a primary school. It offers easy access to Queen Margaret’s and Pocklington School, with further excellent schooling in York, just 8 miles away. York railway station offers mainline travel in under 2 hours and the village is just a short drive from the A64 providing direct access to Leeds and the A1(M).