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Moor Park, Beckwithshaw, HG3
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4 beds | 3 baths | 2 receptions | Guide price £1,195,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


  • A truly elegant period home
  • Forming part of the Moor Park Estate
  • Extending to over 3000 Sqft
  • Sensation living room boasting vaulted ceilings
  • Stunning open plan living dining kitchen
  • Four good size bedrooms & three bathrooms
  • Beautifully kept grounds & detached garage
  • EPC Rating: C

A beautifully presented and most individual period home. This wonderful home provides flexible and spacious accommodation throughout and extends to approximately 3000 Sqft whist retaining much of the buildings original character and charm.

The Granary offers a beautifully presented and most individual period home. This most charming property provides flexible and spacious accommodation, extends to over 3000 sqft and is surrounded by beautiful, landscaped gardens.

The property originally formed part of the Moor Park Estate and was the subject of a meticulous transformation in 2002 which provided a substantial and functional family home, meeting the requirements of modern day living.

On approaching the property, the discerning purchaser is first drawn to a magnificent entrance which is set within dressed stone creating an outstanding first impression. A good-sized entrance hallway awaits through the main door which offers access to the principal accommodation.

Central to this marvellous home sits an elegant open plan living dining kitchen features an array of quality fitted appliances and underfloor heating, whilst meeting the requirements of open plan living.

The stunning sitting room adjoins the living dining kitchen and offers full height vaulted ceiling which display beautiful timber beams, alongside French patio doors which allow the seamless transition from traditional to modern architecture, whilst enjoying an abundance of natural light. This wonderful room also offers an additional staircase, providing access to the first floor, whilst being warmed by a traditional wood burning stove.

The splendid guest suite sits to the opposing end of the ground floor and offers a wealth of quality built-in wardrobes, whilst being serviced by and impressive en-suite shower room. Further ground floor accommodation includes an additional bedroom/home office, a useful utility room and house bathroom.

Returning to the entrance hallway, the central staircase leads to the first-floor landing which provides access to all the first-floor accommodation. The splendid master bedroom offers exposed timber beans and Velux windows and is serviced by a modern appointed en-suite shower room and separate dressing room. There is a further generously proportioned bedroom which is currently adopted as a home office.

The grounds of this wonderful home are well enclosed and lie to both the front and side of the property. There is an extensive gravelled driveway which provides parking for several vehicles and is enclosed by a variety of mature trees, ornamental shrubs and plants. The property further offers a detached double garage with adjoining store.

The gardens of the property have been lovingly attended spanning some many years and now provide exceptional family gardens which are rivalled by few. A stone patio is accessed directly living dining kitchen and offer a superb place for outdoor entertaining and allows this magnificent setting to be fully enjoyed.

The Granary is situated in an idyllic, rural position in the heart of 200 acres of private parkland just on the edge of Beckwithshaw. The position of The Granary offers the perfect environment for family life and offers stunning views and walks of the surrounding countryside, perfect for dog walking.

Beckwithshaw is a highly sought after village and boasts a popular public house, an exceptional village primary school and a Church, yet it is only approximately 3.5 miles from Harrogate town centre. Harrogate offers several highly rated secondary schools, a wealth of sophisticated shops, restaurants and other everyday amenities. The A1(M) is approximately 11 miles and provides excellent access to the commercial centres of the North.

The railway station at Harrogate connects with the mainline stations at York and Leeds giving fast services to London Kings Cross and Edinburgh. The nearest train station is at the nearby village of Weeton.

Tenure: We are advised that the property is held on the balance of a 999 year lease which commenced in 2001.

Service Charge: A Management Company (Moor Park Management Ltd) is owned and operated by the residents and The Granary pays circa £204 per month as well as a ground rent of £50 per annum. The Management Charge includes the upkeep of the communal courtyards, gardens, roadways and buildings insurance.

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Furnell Residential is making a financial contribution for every property they sell during the next 12 months.


The money will help support the amazing work the charity does.


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