The Grade I listed Howsham Hall lies to the north east of York in a quiet, secluded valley. Originally part of a large traditional estate stretching to 11,000 acres and having been a family home for 350 years, Howsham Hall was more formerly a private preparatory school for boys.
The property exudes architectural grandeur throughout and offers an exquisitely restored country house set in approximately 80 acres of attractive North Yorkshire countryside providing a manageable stately home. It is described by Pevsner as “one of the sights of the East Riding…not extremely large, but wonderfully even and complete.”
Howsham Hall has recently undergone an extensive program of refurbishment. Works have been undertaken on the external masonry, windows and roof and the interiors have been remodelled resulting in an exceptional contemporary home whilst retaining much its historic and architectural charm.
Howsham Hall offers the rare combination of exceptional formal rooms together with practical family accommodation designed for modern living.
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