Springfield, Stokesley


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An impeccably presented, high specification four bedroom residence, with self-contained detached cottage. Close to Stokesley town centre, the property has been completely renovated and modernised, both internally and externally, while retaining much of its original character. EPC EER D66


Northallerton 15.2 miles, Yarm 8.6 miles, Middlesbrough 9.3 miles, Darlington 23.8 miles (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: Durham Tees Valley, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.


This historic Georgian market town has stunning views of the Cleveland Hills and is situated on the River Leven, with College Square at one end and West Green at the other. The cobbled high street is bustling with individual shops, restaurants, public houses and cafes. In addition to a weekly market and a monthly farmers' market, Stokesley plays host to the annual agricultural show. The town also has a library, health centre and hotel. Leisure amenities include cricket and football pitches, golfing range, leisure centre with swimming pool, art society, film club and gardening club. Stokesley also offers primary and secondary schools and several churches.

37 Springfield and The Cottage

Located close to Stokesley town centre, this double-fronted imposing character residence comes with a detached cottage which is suitable either for rental income, for relatives, or for use as a studio/workshop. The current owners have retained much of the original character, while creating a modern and flexible family home to the highest specification throughout, including a bespoke kitchen/dining/garden room with under-floor heating and en suite bathrooms to two of the bedrooms. Built in 1860, the property includes many character features, such as glorious ceiling roses, immaculate plasterwork, fireplaces, high skirting boards, stained glass windows and high ceilings creating a feeling of space. The two-bedroom, detached cottage is the former coach house, which includes an integrated garage.


The imposing entrance door opens into a tiled vestibule and entrance hall. The hall has a grand feel, with its oak floorboards and impressive staircase ahead of you, leading to a half landing with feature stained glass arched window. The living room has beautiful high bay windows and an original fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove, creating a formal yet comfortable atmosphere. For entertaining, the bifold doors open up into the sitting room, creating a much larger, flexible space. The lounge/study opposite is an almost mirror-image, with its high bay windows, oak flooring, fireplace and beautiful plasterwork. The sitting room features an arched display cabinet with storage and sash window overlooking the rear garden, with double French doors opening into the conservatory, which has under-floor heating. The extended kitchen, dining and garden room is the hub of the home, creating a relaxed feel with impeccable style, enhanced by independent under-floor heating and doors overlooking the gardens and entertaining areas. The high-quality, hand-built Treske kitchen has a range of modern appliances, along with a flexible, free-standing island unit. A useful utility room to the rear provides further access to the garden, and a convenient ground floor cloakroom/w.c, along with small storage cellar, are located off the hall. To the first floor, there are four bedrooms, all immaculately maintained, with en suites to the master and guest rooms. The master bedroom benefits from a dressing room and large modern en suite with under-floor heating. The three front bedrooms all enjoy views over the rooftops towards the Cleveland Hills, while the beautiful and luxurious family bathroom, also with under-floor heating, is finished to the highest quality.

The Cottage, presented to the same exacting standards as the main house, is the former coach house to the property. It is currently used as a rental property but has a variety of possible uses.


The predominantly walled garden is complemented by yew tree hedges, providing a private enclosed space with a variety of seating and entertaining areas. A wrought iron gate, set into a yew tree archway, provides a lovely entrance to the gardens, which include lawned areas, mature planting and further off-road parking if required.


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.

Local Authority

Hambleton District Council. Telephone: 01609 779 977. Band E (37 Springfield) and Band A (The Cottage).

Particulars and Photographs

Particulars prepared November 2018.

Photographs taken November 2018.

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GSC Grays - Stokesley

26-28 High Street, Stokesley, Middlesbrough

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