The most exclusive address in the East Riding has only one property left available. All apartments within Raywell House have now been sold and only the deluxe Coach House no.1 is available to buy. This property is spread over 3 floors and provides 3 bedrooms with 2 en suites. The property comes with floor coverings throughout and all finishes are to a very high standard.
Offering 1300 sq ft of accommodation the property is for sale for £249,950.
Viewing is highly recommended and can be arranged via the appointed agent for the site, Philip Bannister & Co on 01482 649777.
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Setting the Scene
Raywell House and its adjacent Coach House sit within 35 acres of beautiful parkland, six miles to the north west of the city of Hull. This striking, early 19th-century property has been developed by Quintor Homes into 15 desirable and luxurious apartments, each taking full advantage of the attractive location and historical features of the site.
The Grade II listed house has been sympathetically restored to its former glory when it was the home of Daniel Sykes (1766-1832), MP for Hull and Beverley, anti-slavery campaigner and local philanthropist. The one, two and three bedroom apartments combine elements of high quality, 21st-century living with many original features and decorative details.
Surrounded by peaceful, rolling countryside dotted with picturesque villages, Raywell House is within easy driving distance of the market town of Beverley, the attractive villages of Swanland, Kirk Ella and West Ella, the city of Hull and the Humber Bridge. It also benefits from access to major transport links with the rest of the UK and Europe.
Beverley is famous for its Minster, which dominates the skyline. The town grew up around this landmark and received its first charter in 1129. It is a major shopping destination for the region, with its mix of well-known high street names and specialist retailers. Beverley Racecourse and the 550-acre Westwood add to the town.s character.
East Yorkshire itself is a county of contrasts, with dramatic coastal landscapes and the chalk uplands of the Yorkshire Wolds. The area offers plenty of scope for outdoor pursuits . walking, sailing, cycling, golf. The Raywell estate is situated next to Hessle Golf Club, just one of several courses in the vicinity.
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