Morton Grange, Nunthorpe


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An impeccable, Grade 2 listed character home with substantial accommodation and triple garage. Set in a glorious country setting of 3.81 acres with panoramic, uninterrupted views of Roseberry Topping and the Cleveland Hills.


Stokesley 5.7 miles, Middlesbrough 4.6 miles, Darlington 19.2 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.

What3words: lend.gentle.shin

Ordnance Survey Grid Reference NZ 55567 14408


Nunthorpe has a thriving community with a local Scout group, football team, golf club, amateur dramatics club and children's nursery group. The town offers a train station, hotel, restaurant, shops supplying everyday needs and a number of schools.

Morton Grange

The property is approached via a scenic track, meandering through farmland and emerging into open countryside with panoramic views towards the Cleveland Hills and Roseberry Topping. The owners of Morton Grange have completely refurbished this impeccable family home with fine detail throughout, utilising modern technology and finishing to an exceptional standard. The intelligent, family-friendly and well considered layout, which includes four/five bedrooms and five/six reception rooms, provides flexibility designed for modern family living but with a traditional feel, in keeping with the house and surroundings. The wonderful views, gardens and orchard provide the finishing touches to a fabulous home in a fine country location.


The main reception hall, flooded with sunlight from the arched window on the landing, is a stunning entrance to the property and gives access to a large, welcoming living room, enhanced by an impressive open fireplace and the large bay window enjoying a direct view of Roseberry Topping. Opposite is a large formal dining room with its own fireplace, ideal for entertaining. A cosy snug, with fireplace and book/storage shelves, also sits off the hallway and is the perfect spot for those moments of peace and quiet.

The main hall opens up into a large inner hall, leading through to the warm and welcoming kitchen/breakfast room: the hub of the home. With a relaxed family feel and outstanding views, this area features a beamed ceiling, central island and a large cooking range. There is plenty of space towards the bay window for a large kitchen table, at which to sit with friends and family to enjoy the formal gardens, grounds and views beyond.

The inner hall also leads through to the essential laundry and utility room and onwards to the boot and store room, ideal for muddy days outdoors.

From the boot room, there is a door leading to a large family room, which has a vaulted ceiling. exposed beams and overlooks the courtyard. In conjunction with the impressive workshop/office attached, there is the potential to create annexe accommodation, a substantial gym or an ideal area for those who work from home. The workshop is a flexible space and, at over 6.5 metres long and nearly 5 metres wide, offers plenty of scope and also benefits from doors leading directly into both the courtyard and the triple garage.

Additional ground floor accommodation includes a cloakroom/w.c and rear lobby.

The first floor landing is bathed in light from the large, arched, stained glass window, with doors to all principal rooms.

The master bedroom suite comprises a dressing area, en suite and a large range of wardrobes, along with dual aspect windows, providing plenty of light and offering views of the gardens and beyond. The guest bedroom benefits from an en suite whilst two further double bedrooms, both with views and wardrobes, complete the sleeping accommodation. The luxurious family bathroom features a bath, shower cubicle and plenty of space.


Morton Grange has large and impressive gardens, perfect for all the family to enjoy. The immaculately maintained formal gardens and lawns to the front overlook the ha-ha and the 2.2 acre grass paddock beyond, with uninterrupted views of the hills. The vegetable gardens of the main house are sheltered by mature hedging and contain raised beds as well as a fruit cage with mature planting.

A relaxed walk leads you to the orchard seating and patio area: a lovely private space in which to enjoy the thoughtfully laid out clover gardens and large selection of fruit trees, with walkways allowing easy access for mowing. There is ample space for each tree to receive plenty of light and the different varieties, all immaculately maintained, create a walkway to simply enjoy and of course at harvest time no doubt yield an impressive supply of fruit.

To the side and front of the property, there are pathways leading to a more relaxed, lawned area, perfect for family sports and with a large timber cabin/summer house and terrace. This is a perfect spot for family events and barbeques, from which to enjoy the sunsets to the west over the hills.

A large brick building provides all the storage you may need for your gardens and an attached w.c means everyone is catered for without a need to go inside the house.


A well-maintained grass paddock is immediately adjacent to the gardens and measures 2.2 acres.


Please do not follow postcode data on sat nav or use Church Lane as you will not arrive at Morton Grange. Please follow the instructions below.

From Grey Towers Roundabout in Nunthorpe, take the A1043 north east towards the coast and, after crossing the railway, look for a private gravel turning on your right signposted MW Vehicle Services and Cardwell Fitness . Continue past the commercial buildings and head towards and then over the railway crossing. Continue for approximately 200 metres and take a left hand turn, taking you back towards the railway on your left hand side, with a wooded area to the right. Continue following the track and, after a 90 degree bend to the right, the turning for Morton Grange is a further 100 metres on your left. Please continue along this track until you reach Morton Grange, where you can park in the large gravelled courtyard in front of the garages.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way

The sale is subject to all rights of support, public and private rights of way, water, light, drainage and quasi-easements and wayleaves, all or any other like rights, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.


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

Local Authority

Redcar and Cleveland.


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

Development Clause

Whilst Morton Grange is to be sold as a private residence without any thought as to any future planning potential the owners intend to include a development clawback clause that will apply in the event that the planning permission is granted for any non-agricultural / equestrian use, the purchaser or future owner of the property will pay to the vendor 50% of the increase in value above agricultural value with such payment to be made at the point of planning consent being granted and to be protected by a restriction on the title in favour of the vendor this will be for a period of 20 years.


Mains services include electricity and water, central heating is powered by modern ground source heating to the underfloor heating and waste is catered for by a septic tank. Solar panels are also installed.


Particulars and photographs taken August 2020.

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GSC Grays - Stokesley

26-28 High Street, Stokesley, Middlesbrough

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