- An Elizabethan Hall located within the coast-meets-country village of Fylingthorpe
- Rich with history
- Grade II* Listed property
- 4.5 acres of land
- Close to Robin Hoods Bay
Hendersons introduce Thorpe Hall, an Elizabethan Hall located within the coast-meets-country village of Fylingthorpe.
Constructed in 1680 by the Fawside family, rich with history the house has been adapted over the centuries to create a beautiful residence. The Grade II* Listed property has retained an outstanding level of architectural features to both the exterior and interior such as mullioned windows with leaded glazing, oak wainscoting and ornate fireplaces.
Exceptional on all fronts, the hall is approached via an impressive but discreet driveway and gravelled courtyard. Once inside, the hall comprises: 10 bedrooms, 3 ensuites, 2 bathrooms, 5 reception rooms, a kitchen/diner and utility room. Currently used as a well-established guest house with owners accommodation, the layout is flexible and has a lot of potential for change of use to suit a buyer.
Offered to the market with 4.5 acres of well-kept gardens that are predominately laid to lawn with elegant borders, mature trees and a paddock together with a two storey coach house which offers potential for conversion (subject to relevant permissions).
Situated close to the popular fishing village of Robin Hoods Bay which has a number of good pubs, tea rooms, village shop, post office, recreation facilities and schools. Close to A171 with Scarborough being only 14 miles away, York – 51 miles and Leeds – 76 miles. Internal inspection is highly recommended by the agents to fully appreciate all that this property has to offer.