Yorkshire’s historic Thorpe Hall comes to the market
Over 500 years of history are imbued in the stone walls of Thorpe Hall – a vast country home set above Robin Hood’s Bay in Yorkshire.
Parts of the Fylingthorpe property date back to the 16th century, and these elements have been fused with Victorian features and modern additions across the 6,000 sq ft home, for sale via Mr and Mrs Clarke for £1.5m.
The current owners use the two-storey east wing for daily living, where there is a large living room and kitchen, with a traditional Aga, and a galleried living room that leads to two bedrooms.
Meanwhile, the west wing of the Yorkshire property is run as a popular B&B, described as a ‘labyrinth of spacious reception rooms’, bedrooms and light-drenched spaces – each with a unique view of the country manor’s 4.5 acres of gardens and paddocks.
There’s a separate two-storey Coach House built in stone in addition to the main house. It’s currently a garage and office but could be a future commercial venture offering another holiday let, WFH studio or event space.
Thorpe Hall is located in the North York Moors National Park, close to Whitby, and is a short walk from nearby beaches.