Manor house with own golf hole goes on market

Jolby Manor

A manor house with its own golf hole has gone on the market.

Jolby Manor, a five-bedroom 17th century Grade II Listed property near Croft, has a guide price of £1,950,000.

The property’s private grounds feature mature gardens and a pond and extend to around 3.35 acres, including the ability to create a small pony paddock.

The golf hole is a short par 3 and includes a bunker guarding the green.

John Coleman, head of country house sales at GSC Grays, said: “Jolby Manor is an impressive property in a wonderful setting that has been updated while retaining its historic character.

“It already boasts a number of unique features with scope for even more development.”

Improvements were made in the 1980s and include a secondary entrance, an extended kitchen, and laundry area, a superb orangery, a new first floor master bedroom suite and roof terrace.

There is an east facing breakfast terrace and a wide south facing terrace and a ‘sundowner’ balcony from the office suite to the Coach House

The refurbishment also included hardwood floors and skirtings in the main reception rooms and slate in the kitchen, deep cornices, double glazed windows, oak and walnut panelling, Clive Christian kitchen and hand-built bedroom furniture, marble countertops and work surfaces and under floor heating.

The coach house and traditional outbuildings have been converted to provide an extensive range of uses including a games room, offices, garden stores and garaging for three cars.

Jolby Manor is currently on the market with GSC Grays Boroughbridge office with a guide price of £1,950,000.

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