SummaryAn idyllic setting nestled in the gentle hills of Holderness approximately four miles west of the coastal town of Hornsea, this fine country residence circa 1815, has a history dating back over 700 years. The exceptional parkland setting provides an enviable lifestyle providing up to six bedroom accommodation with six receptions including a fully self-contained annexe with banqueting hall and self contained guest suite. Including a range of Georgian original stables and six car garaging complete with indoor heated swimming pool with leisure facilities and tennis court. An opportunity to be the custodian of this grand Grade II Listed house.
LocationCatfoss Hall is located west of the village of Sigglesthorne approximately four miles west of Hornsea. Hornsea is a popular East Coast holiday beach resort offering a wide range of amenities including the Freeport Shopping Centre, a Golf Club and numerous shops, restaurants and Public Houses. The town is also well known for Hornsea Mere allowing for many sailing and other water sports. The town is situated approximately 17 miles to the north east of the Hull City Centre.
Historical NoteAccording to British History online the chief house was mentioned in 1295. The Manor House is said to have been built by Mary, wife of John Constable, in 1659 and it had ten hearths in 1672. Catfoss Hall, as it was sometimes called, was included in the sale to Bethell in 1726. It is said to have been demolished in 1815 and the outbuildings converted into the current house which was itself later called Catfoss Hall.
AccommodationThe accommodation is arranged on the ground and one upper floor plus attached annexe and barn and can be seen in more detail on the dimensioned floorplan forming part of these sale particulars and briefly comprises as follows.
Entrance VestibuleLeading to ...
Entrance HallWith oak flooring and staircase to the first floor.
Inner HallWith access to ...
Cloakroom/W.C.With wash hand basin and a range of fitted cupboards.
Drawing Room7.37m x 5.60m (24'2" x 18'4")Enjoying a western aspect over the grounds. Includes a period style fireplace and fitted display cabinets. Oak flooring.
Snug5.60m x 3.70m (18'4" x 12'2")Includes a period fireplace and bespoke fitted cabinets. Two sets of double French doors connect to the ...
Conservatory7.00m x 6.10m (23' x 20'0")With two sets of French doors opening out onto the south facing terrace.
Dining Room5.60m x 4.34m (18'4" x 14'3")Includes a period style fireplace and recess niche cabinets both sides of the chimney breast. Large walk-in cupboard/wine store and maple flooring.
Open Plan Dining Kitchen7.34m x 5.60m (24'1" x 18'4")With Travertine decorative limestone flooring throughout. The kitchen area includes a comprehensive range of stylish traditional oak panel fronted cabinets with complementing solid granite worktops. The chimney breast feature houses a four oven Aga cooker. Large Belfast sink.
Side EntranceIncludes a large cloakroom.
Breakfast Room/Boot Room4.80m x 3.80m (15'9" x 12'6")Includes secondary staircase to the first floor and understairs storage cupboard.
Utility Room4.40m x 3.76m (14'5" x 12'4")With a range of fitted cabinets , twin Belfast sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine plus large walk-in pantry.
Indoor Heated Swimming Pool & Leisure Facilities
Pool Room10.06m x 8.53m (33'0" x 28')With three sets of French doors to the south facing terrace and connecting door to the ...
Treatment Room3.66m x 2.44m (12'0" x 8'0")
Plant Room3.66m x 1.65m (12'0" x 5'5")
Steam Room/Shower RoomFully tiled in mosaic tiling with shower area and integrated tiled seating.
LandingAccessed from the two separate staircases. Includes a range of fitted cabinets.
Master Bedroom SuiteComprising ...
Master Bedroom6.22m x 5.56m (20'5" x 18'3")With large walk-in wardrobe.
Dressing Room3.48m x 1.85m (11'5" x 6'1")Open plan to the ...
Proposed En-suite Bathroom3.86m x 3.18m (12'8" x 10'5")Not fitted.
Bedroom 25.05m x 3.96m (16'7" x 13')Former Master Bedroom.
Adjoining Dressing Room3.96m x 2.51m (13' x 8'3")Includes a range of bespoke fitted cabinets and inset vanity wash hand basin.
En-suite BathroomIncludes a raised Jacuzzi bath on a solid marble plinth, vanity wash hand basin and low level w.c.
Bedroom 34.14m x 3.96m (13'7" x 13')
Bedroom 43.96m x 2.80m (13' x 9'2")
Bedroom 56.05m x 3.66m (19'10" x 12'0")
Banqueting Hall, Annexe & Guest SuiteComprising ...
Office6.10m x 4.17m (20'0" x 13'8")With double doors to the courtyard. Includes a range of bespoke fitted cabinets plus large store cupboard. Staircase to ...
First Floor Studio6.12m x 4.06m (20'1" x 13'4")With skylight windows and large recessed cupboards.
Banqueting Hall/Party Barn19.80m x 6.20m (65' x 20'4")With full height vaulted beamed ceiling and dual aspect. There is a rustic kitchen area with peninsular bar, a range of rustic cabinets and stone flagged flooring. Double oak doors lead to the ...
Living Room6.20m x 4.90m (20'4" x 16'1")This most impressive room with full height vaulted ceiling and Inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove provides a comfortable and impressive living space.
Inner Hall4.37m x 2.74m (14'4" x 9')
Cloakroom/W.C.With wash hand basin.
Bathroom3.12m x 2.90m (10'3" x 9'6")With freestanding bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c.
First Floor Guest Bedroom6.15m x 4.50m (20'2" x 14'9")With skylight windows.
OutsideCatfoss Hall is approached down a long hedge lined driveway which opens out into a wider drive which can provide multiple parking. Double electric gates open out into the rear courtyard/stable yard which is flanked by a range of outbuildings and stables plus six car garaging which can be seen in more detail on the floorplan. There is a second parking area with a large steel framed and timber clad barn, central section measuring 40ft x 30ft with two lean-to stores. The formal gardens and grounds are a particular feature of this property maintained to an extremely high standard. To one side is a fully enclosed Astroturf finish tennis court with small brick built pavilion. The gardens lie principally to the west and south and include a multitude of specimen trees and shrubs. Post and rail fencing and five bar gate gives access to the paddocks. Also set within the eastern boundary is a mechanical horse walker.
Agents NoteThe agent is aware that the property is serviced by a septic tank.
Plot DisclaimerIrregular sized plot offering in the region of 6 acres.
Council TaxCouncil Tax is payable to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. From verbal enquiries we are advised that the property is shown in the Council Tax Property Bandings List in Valuation Band H.*
Fixtures & FittingsCertain fixtures and fittings may be purchased with the property but may be subject to separate negotiation as to price.
Disclaimer*The agent has not had sight of confirmation documents and therefore the buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.
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