Danby Wiske Road, Northallerton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A substantial, detached country home with adjacent stables and paddocks, presented to a high standard throughout, with outstanding and far-reaching views over the local countryside towards the hills.

Grindstone Crook

This wonderful country home is positioned perfectly for those looking for a spacious family home or with equestrian interests with stunning views. Located on the outskirts of Northallerton on the Danby Wiske Road, this detached property provides both impressive accommodation and equestrian facilities, overlooking its own paddock and stables.


A generous entrance hall gives access to the ground floor accommodation including the family room / snug, which may become your favourite room thanks to the dual aspect window overlooking the stables and paddock. The main living room has a welcoming fireplace with stove for those cosy nights in, along with patio doors which open out to the decking area, from which to sit and enjoy the views and the sunshine.

The impressive, open-plan kitchen, dining and family room is definitely the hub of the home. With its patio doors out to the decking and fireplace with stove, this is the ideal place for family and friends to enjoy some quality time whilst enjoying the views East towards the Cleveland Hills. The separate study, currently used as an indoor tack room, means those who work from home are well catered for whilst the useful utility room, with access to the yard and garage, is perfect for keeping all those essentials neatly out of the way and provides somewhere to drop your boots off after a long walk and time outdoors.

The first floor accommodation is all accessed from the central landing, with two large bedroom suites, both with dressing area and en suite, offering a choice of views. Two further double bedrooms are serviced by the main family bathroom. A substantial loft, with drop-down access from the landing, provides plenty of space for storage.


Situated between Northallerton and Danby Wiske, the property faces East, South and West to enjoy an unrivalled vista of the surrounding hills.

The perfectly positioned stable block, which can be admired from the large windows of the home, include three large stables and a storeroom, all built with the comfort of your horses in mind. The property is wrapped up in outstanding pastoral views, with large hedges flanking luscious fields: an equestrian s dream.

The paddocks to the South and West are maintained and well drained.

The gardens to the front and side are laid mainly lawn and complemented by the decking terrace, which connects the living room around the property to the family kitchen, providing a place to sit outside and enjoy the day, from sunrise through to sunset.

Garage and Parking

A substantial gravelled driveway, with multiple parking and turning options, will mean equestrian and personal vehicle needs are well catered for. The double garage has a large double electric roller door, along with a courtesy door at the side which takes you across the path straight through to the utility and kitchen with the shopping.

Situation and Amenities

The property is located approximately 1 mile north of the bustling market town of Northallerton, on a quiet country road approximately 10 minutes from the A19 to the East and approximately 10 minutes from the A1 to the West. The property is 20 minutes to Darlington, 30 minutes to Teesside, 30 minutes to Harrogate/Ripon, 40 minutes to York and 50 minutes to Newcastle by car. Northallerton has an Intercity rail station and Teesside International Airport is 20 minutes away (timings and distances are approximate).

For the budding equestrian enthusiast, there are 2 major equestrian competition centres within a 20 mile radius and several smaller equestrian centres close by, hosting British Eventing, British Showjumping, British Dressage and an array of unaffiliated competitions with pony clubs and riding clubs to suit all. The property sits on the border of the Hurworth and Bedale Hunts, with the Zetland, York and Ainsty, Cleveland and Bilsdale all within a 20 minute drive. There are 4 racecourses along with several shooting and fishing facilities nearby.

The property is located 1/4 mile from the route of the famous Coast to Coast Walk and approximately 20 minutes from the Yorkshire Dales. There are walking and biking facilities for the leisurely or competitive enthusiast alike.


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


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

Local Authority

Hambleton District Council. Telephone: 01609 779 977.


Mains electricity, water and septic tank drainage. Oil-fired central heating.

Wayleaves and Covenants

Grindstone Crook 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.

01642 810363

GSC Grays - Stokesley

26-28 High Street, Stokesley, Middlesbrough

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