See inside the £2.25million Nunthorpe house, with six bedrooms and a swimming pool

Take a look inside this stunning 6 bedroom house in leafy Nunthorpe.

Upsall Hall is located between Nunthorpe and Guisborough, with stunning views of the Cleveland Hills and a stone’s throw from the North York Moors National Park, this property is on the market for a whopping £2,250,000.

Added to the market by GSC Grays Estate Agents, the house was first owned by the family of ironmaster John George Swan, of Swan Hunter shipyards in Wallsend, in 1873. Almost 150 years later, the Grade Listed building II now has a private swimming pool, cinema room and large rolling gardens around the house.

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The large driveway leading to the house ends in a water feature in the front garden. Heading towards the house, the reception hall is spacious and has a grand staircase which leads to the upper levels of the property.

The living rooms are spacious and comfortable with impressive chandeliers throughout, the large windows give the room an airy feel with great views over the extensive gardens surrounding the house. An open kitchen features a large cooking island, perfect for family breakfasts, and built-in appliances such as a microwave and oven.

Where the servants’ quarters once stood when the house operated in the late 19th century, the area has since been transformed into an impressive movie theatre. One of the biggest changes since Upsall Hall was built in Victorian times is undoubtedly its leisure centre. complete with gym, swimming pool, plunge pool and sauna.

The rear garden also has a sheltered terrace with an outdoor oven and seating area, perfect for summer parties and barbecues.

Upstairs, the master bedroom offers stunning views of Roseberry Topping, as well as a fully fitted walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms each with bathrooms and dressing rooms as well as three further bedrooms and shower room.

A second staircase gives access to the three floors comprising a large attic, a child’s bedroom, additional guest bedrooms and a children’s playroom. The gardens around Upsall Hall have woodsheds, ponds and beyond the main gates are further parkland, ideal for horse owners and space for stables – courtesy of the planning.

Behind the house is the original coach house and cart shed. This has been converted into a lovely four bedroom house and is potentially available for purchase alongside the main house.

Recalling period dramas such as Downton Abbey and Bridgerton, Upsall Hall is a reflection of when it was built with touches throughout the house reminiscent of its past. But the modern touches, including decor and leisure facilities, bring it into the modern age and would undoubtedly make a great home for anyone interested in this multi-million pound property.

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