£950,000 Sold Subject to Contract

Swinton Grange Estate, Nr Malton

A superbly renovated period country house with land, just outside Malton

Key Features

  • Detached Country House of some 3500 sq ft with gardens and land
  • Views beyond onto the North York Moors
  • Nuheat underfloor heating system thermostatically, zone controlled and run by a Stiebel Eltron ground source heat pump
  • Fixtures and fittings include: Di Scacchi Italian marble flooring; marble & limestone tiling; premium wall light fittings by Vaughan and David Hunt; Perrin and Rowe taps; Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware;
  • Superb handmade kitchen by Peter Thompson of York with double butler sink, double fridge freezer and second integrated fridge. The pillar-less corner bifold doors open on two aspects to create an inti
  • Large utility room adjoining with handmade cabinetry and extra large butler sink
  • Drawing room with Burgundian limestone fireplace housing log burner in a granite hearth with bespoke wooden panelling
  • Bespoke conservatory by David Salisbury with dual access French windows to north and south facing terraces and gardens
  • Principal bedroom suite with bespoke oak-lined wardrobes
  • In the heart of the Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Entrance & Reception Hall

Kitchen Breakfast Room

3 Reception Rooms

Utility Room


Principle bedroom suite

3 Further Bedrooms

2 Further Bathrooms (1 En-suite)

Garage with Room Over

Landscaped Gardens

Land In all some 5.52 acres

Anna Cottages is a substantial, detached house that has been beautifully renovated to bring together the fine heritage of this period building along with state- of-the-art technology, craftsmanship and a luxurious finish. Originally two farmworkers’ cottages, the property dates from 1904 and has beautiful 16- pane sash windows. It sits in a peaceful corner of the Swinton Grange Estate surrounded by glorious countryside, facing its own landscaped garden with distant Moorland views beyond.

The fifty acre site that forms part of the original Swinton Grange Estate comprises eight farm buildings all of which are being transformed into high end, privately owned residential properties. The original farm was the brainchild of a Rothschild family member in the late 1800s. His 700 acre estate assembled and developed one of the country’s finest cattle herds, highlighted when hosting bovine classes for The Great Yorkshire Show in Malton during the peripatetic years of the early 1950s. All of the buildings date from the late 19th century or earlier and their craftsmanship is evident throughout.

The property is reached via a long shared drive flagged with parkland railings, just off the Malton to Castle Howard road. It sweeps around to the private electric gates beyond which lies the driveway of reclaimed cobbles and gravelled tarmac in front of the double garage. The garage has a pair of oak doors, power, light, water and a room above accessed by pull- down ladder stairs. The principal garden wraps around the property, is predominantly laid to lawn and bound to two sides by a ha-ha, with two paved terraces creating wonderful outside spaces for al fresco dining. Beyond lies the pasture land which stretches to the east and north bounded by timber and parkland fencing, and a far treeline with the North York Moors framing the horizon. There are mature parkland trees including a copse as well as newly planted specimen trees and plants including Espalier Pear and Japanese Blue Cedar

Services: Mains water, electricity. Private drainage (Klargester bio sewerage treatment plant). Stiebel Eltron ground source heat pump system.

Fixtures & fittings: Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. Fitted cabinetry, fitted carpets, specialist flooring and light fittings are included. All others, such as curtains, furniture, garden ornaments etc., are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.

Local authority: Ryedale District Council 01653 600666, www.ryedale.gov.uk

Directions: From Malton take the Castle Howard Road and after some two miles, just beyond Swinton Lane, you will see the drive that takes you to Swinton Grange, as denoted by the For Sale board.