Ingleby Greenhow

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
An impeccably presented, character family home in the highly sought-after village of Ingleby Greenhow on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors. This high specification, six bedroom detached residence enjoys four large reception rooms and impressive gardens, perfect for modern family life. Completely renovated and modernised both internally and externally, while retaining considerable original character, the property benefits from glorious views over the local countryside.


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. Please note the distances are approximate. Excellent road links to the A19, A66 and A1 providing access to Teesside, Newcastle, Durham, York, Harrogate and Leeds. Direct train services from Northallerton and Darlington to London Kings Cross, Manchester and Edinburgh. International Airports: Teesside International, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.


Bordering on the North Yorkshire Moors, Ingleby Greenhow is enjoyed 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, as well as 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.


Formerly the village vicarage, built in 1861, Old Parsonage is a wonderful, detached character residence delightfully positioned in the highly regarded village of Ingleby Greenhow. The current owners have retained much of the original character whilst thoughtfully creating a modern and flexible family home, refurbished to the highest specification throughout. The property has a welcoming feel with high ceilings creating a feeling of space. The first floor provides the perfect family and guest accommodation with three bathrooms and five bedrooms, whilst the second floor suite, with private bathroom and dressing room, is a luxurious haven in which to enjoy the views from the balcony. Outside, there are lovely gardens and plenty of private parking as well as a brick-built garage, workshop and storeroom housing the impressive biomass heating system.


The imposing entrance door opens into a tiled vestibule with beautiful stonework around the windows and a further door leading into the open-plan living, dining and family room. This modern, welcoming area has polished timber floorboards and dual aspect windows, with a central twin-sided fireplace with slate hearth as a stunning focal point. There are doors off to the separate sitting room and study, which both overlook the gardens. The sitting room is a lovely, relaxed family room with a fireplace and door out to the gardens: perfect for a cosy night in. The study/snug or playroom, also with a fireplace, offers flexibility to those who work from home or require further space to enjoy.

The large kitchen and breakfast room is the hub of the home, with plenty of space for a full sized table or seating area, and is fully fitted to suit modern family needs. Windows to two sides flood the room with light and there is an arched opening back through to the main living area. A door leads to the utility room, which is ideal for keeping all the essentials out of the way, while the boiler room gives further storage options. A cloakroom/w.c will ensure your guests and family have all the facilities they need on the ground floor.

To the first floor, there are five excellent bedrooms, all immaculately maintained, with two en suites. All of the bedrooms are doubles, meaning your family can choose the view they enjoy most: gardens, village or hills. The high specification family bathroom has a luxurious, central free-standing bath and an oversized shower with drenching head.

The large master bedroom suite on the second floor is something special, benefitting from a dressing room and large, modern en suite with sumptuous bath. The balcony provides gorgeous, far-reaching views towards the hills and a moment of peace in which to enjoy the morning sunshine.


The secluded and private garden, complemented by fencing and hedging, has been landscaped to create a variety of areas in which to sit and take in the sounds of the countryside. The good-sized front and side gardens offer a woodland feel while, to the rear, there is a large expanse of lawn for the children to explore and play in a safe space, or as a superb canvas for those with green fingers. The fantastic central tree house will no doubt attract some school friends for an afternoon s fun in the garden. The impressive entertaining patio can be accessed directly from the rear lobby and kitchen.


Old Parsonage is approached via its own driveway, with a gated entrance opening to a large gravelled parking and turning area. A lovely arched pergola leads you along the front path to the handsome front entrance.

A large brick garage, workshop and store is located at the rear of the property, providing plenty of outdoor storage options and housing the impressive modern biomass heating system.


Strictly by appointment with GSC Grays of Stokesley. Telephone: 01642 710742.


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


Biomass Heating System with mains drainage and water.

Local Authority

Hambleton District Council. Telephone: 01609 779 977.

Wayleaves and Covenants

Old Parsonage is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights, including rights of way, light, drainage, water and electricity and all other rights and obligations, easements and all wayleaves or covenants whether disclosed or not.

Particulars and Photographs

Particulars prepared March 2022.

Photographs taken March 2022.

01642 810363

GSC Grays - Stokesley

26-28 High Street, Stokesley, Middlesbrough

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