Sorrelsykes Park Hall , West Burton, DL8

In the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park this stunning grade II listed building , once The West Wing of a large country house, stands in an idyllic setting with outstanding views across Bishopdale.


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Property details

Sorrelsykes Park Hall is situated just outside the popular picture postcard village of West Burton, with its beautiful walks, waterfall and village green. 

There is a village primary school, thriving public house, village store, butchers, antique and craft shops.

This property retains a wealth of original features including high ceilings, large shuttered windows, plaster cornicing and the original double return staircase. Partly restored by the current owners, the property still provides an ideal opportunity for someone wishing to complete the restoration process.

Located approximately 6.5 miles to the east is the market town of Leyburn having a variety of amenities, including Primary and Secondary schools. The thriving historical market town of Richmond being 15 miles away.

The accommodation comprises;


Large Main Reception/Dining Hall 7.2 m x 3.87 m (23’7” x 12’8 “)

With superb period double return staircase to the first floor, corniced ceiling, double shuttered French doors to gravelled patio and lawned gardens. Two large storage cupboards, porcelain tiled floor and enamelled wood burning stove. This large room has been professionally prepared, and paper lined ready for finishing paint surfaces on walls and woodwork.

Lounge: 4.85 m x 5.19 m (15’11 x 17’0”)

An attractive room with a large Georgian marble fireplace and wood burning stove. Delft rack, original plaster cornicing and bespoke oak book shelves.

Living kitchen/ breakfast room: 4.03 m x 7.67m (13’3’’ x 25’2”)

This room has been sympathetically restored to a very high standard, with bespoke cupboards and shelves with Carrara marble work surfaces and centre island. The fridge freezer and dishwasher are integrated. The Bay windows with curved window seat has views facing west. A further shuttered window with seat faces north. Flooring is wide rustic oak boards. A 4 oven electric (economy 7) Aga keeps the room homely and cosy.

Utility room / WC

Decorated to match the kitchen this room has handmade cupboards, counter top and plumbing for washing machine and dryer.


Including workshop area, fuel and wine store with original racks, oil fired boiler, UV water filtration system and handy door to exterior. 


Bedroom Three 3.68 m x 5.80 m (12’1” x 19’0”)

Bay window with views facing west. Further shuttered window facing north.
There is a small wood burning stove, mezzanine for a double bed and access to the huge boarded loft housing unvented water cylinder and providing ample storage.

Separate WC

Decorated with half panelled walls. Handmade built in cupboard with shelves, wall hung WC and washbasin. Painted oak floor boards.

Master Bedroom 6.91 m x 5.21 m (22’8 “x 17 “)

Originally the drawing room with outstanding views. This room has been sympathetically and carefully restored showing the original plaster coving.

Open plan ensuite bathroom

Bespoke wardrobes and cupboards. A large cast iron bath sits in the centre of the room. Wall hung WC and Bidet, large wash hand basin with chrome frame. Heated town rail and large cast-iron radiators. Tastefully tiled walk in shower area with bespoke glass door and digital thermostatic shower controls.

Bedroom Two 3.57 m x 4.02 m (11’9” x 13’2”)

Built in wardrobe, high mezzanine double bed. Shuttered window with views to the south.


Large impressive gravelled terrace with steps leading down to lawned areas. The garden has a variety of fruit trees and bushes, including apple and plum. Herbs include rosemary, mint, sage, oregano and thyme. There is a large rock garden to the west side of the house.


Single stone-built garage with solid timber doors. 

Services and Tenure 

  • Natural spring water from a private supply.
  • Septic tank.
  • The property is Freehold and chain free, with vacant procession upon completion. 
  • The local authority is Richmondshire District council.
  • Council tax band F.


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From the horse's mouth

It's in the Yorkshire Dales National Park , outstanding views , many period features.

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