Ingleby Greenhow, Great Ayton


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
The drive up to Brackenburn makes you realise you are in a special place. Currently a four bedroom home designed by the current owner and positioned in a double plot of 1.9 acres in the centre of the National Park Village of Ingleby Greenhow. Surrounded by its own grounds with a lovely feeling of space and privacy as well as panoramic views. Brackenburn is a superb canvas to create your dream home with outstanding build quality and so much further potential. EPC EER D56

Situation & Amenities

Ingleby Greenhow is situated amidst unspoilt countryside in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and nestles at the foot of the Cleveland Hills. The lovely village of Great Ayton is only 3 miles away and the Georgian market town of Stokesley only 4.9 miles. Stokesley itself is located 9.3 miles from Middlesbrough, 14.5 miles from Yarm, 15.2 miles from Northallerton and 23.8 miles from Darlington. Please note the distances are approximate. The A19 and A66 provide links to the A1, Newcastle, Durham, Harrogate, York, Leeds and the International Airports of Durham Tees Valley, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford. Main line train stations, providing excellent services to London, are located at Darlington and Northallerton.

Bordering on the North Yorkshire Moors, Ingleby Greenhow is much sought after by keen walkers, horse riders and those seeking a typical North Yorkshire village. It has its own country pub - The Dudley Arms, which serves food, and the parish church of St Andrew, which dates back to at least the 11th century. There is also a primary school, village hall and cricket club. The Georgian market town of Stokesley has a cobbled high street, bustling with individual shops, restaurants, public houses and cafes. In addition to a weekly market and a monthly farmers' market, Stokesley plays host to the annual agricultural show and fair. The town also has several churches, primary and secondary schools, a hotel, a library and a health centre. Leisure amenities include cricket and football pitches, a golfing range, leisure centre with swimming pool, an art society, film club and gardening club.


This bespoke family home, built in 1969 by the current owner, stands centrally in a plot of approximately 1.9 acres, surrounded by mature gardens and providing a high degree of privacy for a centrally located village property.

This four bedroom detached home offers huge potential for extension and further development (subject to necessary consent) whilst already offering approximately 2500 square feet of accommodation over two floors, with mainly south facing windows. Externally, the house is surrounded by mature gardens and a beautiful south facing patio area immediately to the front of the property. The accommodation comprises in brief: an entrance hall with parquet flooring, a study, a cloakroom, a separate w.c., a living room with living flame gas fire, a dual aspect dining room, a breakfast kitchen, a utility room, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a house bathroom.


First Floor

The first floor landing has a window to the rear elevation and doors to the four bedrooms and house bathroom. The main bedroom has dual aspect windows to the front and side elevation and a door to the en-suite bathroom. The en-suite comprises of a five piece suite including a step-in shower cubicle, Jacuzzi/Spa panelled bath, low level w.c., bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, window to rear elevation and two built-in storage cupboards. The guest bedroom has a window to the front elevation and a door to a balcony with views over the gardens. There are two further bedrooms and a house bathroom comprising a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c.

Ground Floor

With hardwood panelled entrance door leading into the entrance hall, with Teak parquet flooring and doors leading to the main living accommodation. The study, with its Cedar panelling, has a window to the front elevation overlooking the garden and driveway. There is also a walk-in cloakroom with a separate w.c. The living room has dual aspect windows to the front and side elevations, as well as a retro style living flame gas fire as a focal point. The dining room has dual aspect double glazed windows to front and rear elevations, with a Teak staircase rising to the first floor and exposed feature brick wall. The breakfast kitchen, with a window to rear elevation, has a matching range of wall and base units incorporating rolled edge work surfaces with sink unit, under counter lighting, integrated oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge. The rear entrance porch has a built-in storage cupboard and a further door into a utility room. The utility room has a further matching range of wall and base units along with space and plumbing for a washing machine.



The property is surrounded by mature gardens and occupies a plot of approximately 1.9 acres (see map). The majority of the gardens are laid to lawn with mature hedging and trees providing a secluded private space. There are a number of mature borders with well-established plants and shrubs and hedging has been used to create ideal spaces for quiet relaxation or outdoor entertaining. In addition, for those who like to grow their own, there is a vegetable plot.

Double Garage

6.10 x 6.12

With remote up and over door, power and light. Personal door to side elevation and window to rear. Above the garage is a useful room with window to rear and side elevation, power and light. Subject to the necessary consents, the room could provide further accommodation or home office.


Tarmac driveway providing off street parking.

Solar Panels

Included in the sale is a bank of solar panels fixed to the garage roof. For further information regarding the panels and the feed-in tariff, please contact the agent.


The property has a mains water supply, mains electricity supply, oil fired central heating system and mains drainage

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights of way, whether public or private, light, drainage, water and electricity supplies and all other rights, obligations, easements, quasi easements and all wayleaves or covenants, whether disclosed or not.


The property is believed to be offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Local Authority

Hambleton District Council. Telephone: 01609 779977. Band G


Strictly by appointment with the selling agent, GSC Grays Telephone: 01642 710742.

Area Measurements

All areas, measurements and other information are believed to be correct but any intending purchaser(s) should not rely on them as statements of fact and should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.

Arrange viewing 01642 810363

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