Rural rectories blessed with good looks and charm
THIS extensive property is in the pretty village of Patrick Brompton, in the heart of lower Wensleydale.
The Grade II-listed property is full of charm and character and also boasts a wealth of period features.
The house has an entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, library, kitchen/ conservatory, cellar, cloakroom, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, bedroom/study, four further bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room.
The property also has a twobedroom cottage to the rear that can be incorporated into the main house.
The walled courtyard garden is filled with an abundance of roses, mature shrubs and trees. Beyond is a walled vegetable garden and a double garage as well as outbuildings.
Patrick Brompton is between the market towns of Bedale and Leyburn and is six miles from the A1, which offers easy access to Harrogate, Leeds and the North East. THE Old Rectory dates back to 1864 and is situated within the heart of the pretty North
The house has four reception rooms, a kitchen, cellar, six bedrooms and an attic room and bathroom.
The property also comes with a two-bedroom coach house, outbuildings that could be converted, a three-car garage and gardens extending to 1.2 acres. This is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, well-stocked borders and shrubs.
The Old Rectory can also boast an orchard and a vegetable garden.
Flaxton is an attractive conservation village lying nine miles north east of York.
The village has a good community spirit with a nursery, butcher’s shop and a pub, the Blacksmith’s Arms. Flaxton is within the catchment area of Sand Hutton Primary and Huntington School.
The nearby village of Strensall has a convenience store, chemist and Post Office.
Right, The Old Rectory, Patrick Brompton, boasts a two-bedroom cottage while The Old Rectory, Flaxton, left, features a converted coach house.