High Street, Bempton

£295,000 SOLD STC

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Property Details

4 Beds House - Detached

  • set in large grounds in
  • Bempton village.
  • kitchen with working range
  • 4 receptions
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • deep gardens with extensive outbuildings
  • development potential
  • in need of modernisation


A rare opportunity to acquire a Grade II listed Georgian Period, detached house set in large grounds in this village location, some 3 miles from Bridlington. The property is ready for full renovation but has many retained features depicting the era in which it was built. Extensive internal accommodation plus large grounds to the rear of the property with outbuildings, ample car parking, potential building plot (subject to planning consents) possibility of development of outbuildings for holiday cottages etc also subject to usual consents, alternatively the property may suit tradesperson requiring outbuildings, extra parking etc.

Reception Room:

5.35m. x 4.76m.

A front facing room previously was a garage. 1- oil fired central heating boiler. Steps lead to a large first floor loft area.

Inner hall:

4.77m x 1.93m.

Spacious area with inner chalk wall, quarry tiled floor, inset wall panel with inscription 1795. Plumbing for washer. Acess to staircase one.


2.91m. x 1.36m.

A lean to building with access to rear grounds.


4.81m. x 3.79m.

Basic fittings, built in Yorkist style range. ( we are informed is in working order) base unit and sink unit, beamed ceiling, built in window seat, 1-radiator. Direct access leads to:


4.80m. x 4.51m.

A spacious feature room with beamed ceiling and large Inglenook fireplace. Built in window seat, access to lobby leading to main front door.


4.79m. x 3.97m.

A cosy front facing room with beamed ceiling, open brick fireplace, 1-radiator.


3.72m. x 3.37m.

A useful rear facing room, with low level beamed ceiling, rear door to gardens.


4.05m. x 1.97m.

Comprises: shower, wash basin, w.c. 1-radiator.

First floor:

Access to the 1st floor is via either of the 2 staircase's and leads to 1st floor landing with 1-radiator.

Bedroom one:

5.00m. x 4.36m.

A front facing master room depicting some charming period features including beamed ceiling, stylish panelled wall, open brick work,1-radiator. Doorway with access to bedroom two.

Bedroom two:

3.56m. x 4.18m

A front facing double room with beamed ceiling, panelled wall ,1-radiator, cupboard.

Bedroom three:

4.89m. x 3.15m.

A front facing double bedroom 1-radiator, built in cupboards.1-radiator.


4.03m. x 2.05m average.

A coloured suite of bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin, w.c. 1-radiator.

Bedroom four:

3.61m. x 1.66m.average.

A single room with restricted door height, small dormer window.

Second Floor:

Doorway from bedroom 3 gives access to a wide stairway leading to second floor:


14.04m.x 2.22m. average.

A large attic with flooring and reasonable head height.


To the rear of the property are grounds and outbuildings that lead all the way back to School Lane and has full vehicular access from the road.


There is an array of outbuildings to the rear elevation which have been used for extensive storage purposes. Some are brick, with timber and asbestos. Electric supply. Development of these buildings for residential purposes may be possible suject to usual permissions and consents.

Court yard:

To the immediate rear of the main residence there is a covered well and old water pump, 1-brick fuel store, 1-large modern oil storage tank.


To the North end of the grounds are the former formal gardens. This area may also be well suited for residential development (subject to consents) having a road frontage available to School Lane with a current driveway providing car access to a spacious current parking/storage area.


The property has been occupied in recent years and is part of a deceased estate. Although many period features have been retained the property is now due for a total upgrading and modernisation programme which if done sympathetically could in our opinion restore this property back to a splendid period home.
There is a working security system installed. The property has mains water and electricity, heating is by an oil fired system which we been informed can be adapted to multi fuel.
Council tax band- E

Buying procedure:

On acceptance of any offer in order to comply with current Money Laundering Regulations we will need to see both I.D and proof of funds before we can progress with the sale and send the memorandum of sale.

General Notes:

All measurements are approximate and are not intended for carpet dimensions etc. Nicholas Belt (Estate Agency) Ltd have not tested any gas or electrical heating systems, individual heaters, appliances, showers, glazed units, alarms etc. Therefore purchasers should satisfy themselves that any such item is in working order by means of a survey, inspection etc before entering into any legal commitment. PURCHASE PROCEDURE: If after viewing the above property you wish to purchase please contact our office where the staff will be pleased to answer any queries and record your interest. This should be done before contacting any Building Society, Bank, Solicitor or Surveyor. Any delay may result in the property being sold to another interested party and valuation fees and legal expenses are then incurred unnecessarily.

Energy Performance Certificates

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