One of Yorkshire’s finest period rectories. The north wing dates from the 18th Century but was considered too small by later incumbents and in 1838 the renowned architect James Pritchett added the imposing south elevation.
The Old Vicarage faces south opposite the Norman Church in Bossall, a small hamlet 10 miles north east of York.
A sweeping gravel drive leads to the parking area with flanking stable block, garage and kennels.
The generous grounds surround the house and include tennis court, sunken garden with water feature, kitchen garden and orchard; extensive lawns and fully stocked herbaceous borders.
The house is both impressive and handsome, featuring five reception rooms, vaulted cellars, six bedrooms and three bathrooms.
To complete this idyllic family property there are 11 acres of grass paddock with protective shelter belt woodland.
The Old Vicarage is a unique country residence rarely available on the market.
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