Recently Riplingham House came on the market.
Photo 1. Loting.
Lot 1 – house, farm complex, outbuildings and gardens, 2 paddocks and orchards. 2.6 hectares.
Lot 2- two grazing pastures, to the north and east of the house. 4.9 hectares.
Lot 3- a grazing pasture to the east of the house. 5.4 hectares.
Photo 2 showing kitchen on left.
Communications- Riplingham is conveniently located only 8 miles from the M62 Trans Pennine Motorway. The Northern Rail network closest station is at Brough. Hull Port offers ferry services to Zeebrugge and Rotterdam. York 30 miles, Leeds 51 miles.
Photo 3 Plan of the house and outbuildings.
Photo 4 showing front of house, a large bedroom, living room and the garden.
Photo 5 top left shows staircase, bottom left a reception room, the photo on right depicts the back of the house.
Photo 6 Another photo of the front of the house.
Photo 7 The writing states – A classic four square Georgian house, listed Grade Two with 30 acres of land and outbuildings. Features- Staircase Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Family Room, Cellars, 6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Annexe, Garaging, old stables, and stores. Period and modern barns.
Photo 8 Top left photo of a reception room with fireplace, bottom left a stairwell. On the right hand side the writing says- The Property. A quintessential farm house located in an elevated position at the southern end of the Yorkshire Wolds dating from 1756, still boasting its original layout and numerous original features and much period character. The principal reception rooms which are located off an imposing stairwell hall offer high ceilings and period fireplaces. At the back of the house there is a rear staircase and hall, sitting room, kitchen/ breakfast room, rear lobby, cloakroom which leads to a butlers ba try as well as a good sized utility room.
the first and second floors are nearly a mirror image of each other with providing 3 double bedrooms and family bathroom, which in the case of the first floor is also shared by the principal bedroom.
To the rear of the house there are a useful collection of period barns and stores. To the side of the house is an annexe which subject to the relevant consents, could provide a kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom.
The location. The property is situated in the rural hamlet of Riplingham, once the site of a large medieval village, close to the historic town of Beverley, county town of the East Riding and famous for its Minster, racecourse and weekly market. Beverley provides a comprehensive range of everyday services including high street and boutique shops, together with numerous restaurants. There are a number of excellent schools and further education including 3 universities within easy reach. There is an excellent range of sporting and leisure facilities in the area with golf courses at Cave Castle, Hessle, Cottingham and Beverley. To the east is the North Sea coast and walking in the Wolds Way.
Photo 9 Loting been transcribed with the plan. Outside. The property is centrally located within its own land of 30 acres. The gardens and grounds are extremely
Well maintained and include large areas of manicured lawns, well stocked boarders, carriage driveway, an orchard and outdoor swimming pool.
Farmyard and Outbuildings. The property benefits from a range of period and modern farm buildings. Store buildings, workshop, stable, granary, garage with mezzanine floor over, carriage barn and a chalk barn. There are three purpose built, 8 bay barns for cattle breeding and grain storage.
Below are more photos of the farm buildings.
The Agent for this sale was Jackson-Stops.co.uk. They are based in Hull. Yorkshire. I am not sure when this was advertised.