Guide Price

Long Marston Hall, Long Marston, York

  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 5 Reception Areas
  • 2.5 Acres

In Depth

Long Marston Hall, Long Marston, York

York 7 miles. A1 and Wetherby 7 miles. Harrogate 15 miles. Leeds 17 miles. (Distances approximate)



Accommodation and Amenities

Entrance hall, library, drawing room, staircase hall, dining room, den, cloakroom, dining kitchen, side hall, playroom, study, utility room, cloakroom and larder. Cellars

Fabulous panelled master bedroom with dressing room and shower room, guest bedroom with sitting room and shower room, additional guest suite, three further bedrooms and house bathroom.  Extensive attic space for storage.

Remote controlled entry gate, Oak framed car port and gravelled parking driveway allowing for ample private parking. Potting shed, workshop/wood store and greenhouse

Outstanding gardens including parterre, kitchen garden and formal garden with summer house/entertaining area.



Long Marston Hall dates in part from the late sixteenth century, with further extensions in the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The house is reputed as being the headquarters for Oliver Cromwell at the battle of Marston Moor and is without question a landmark home in  North Yorkshire. Within the Hall can be found extensive oak panelling, which it is thought to  pre-date the original building, and a fine Jacobean staircase. The present owners have significantly improved the property and  have invested considerable resources giving it a notable contemporary flare and quite superb  accommodation befitting to modern day family living. Of particular note are the fine breakfast kitchen, magnificent formal reception rooms and opulent bedroom suites, all of which are presented to a luxurious standard and specification. The gardens also compliment the house very well. To the west front of the house is a sheltered flagged courtyard with a box parterre garden and several access points from the house. This is screened by a tall yew hedge on the other side of which is gravelled parking for several vehicles and a double carport constructed of oak. There are a series of gardens with the main area situated to the rear of the house which faces south and east and is predominately laid to lawn with surrounding well stocked herbaceous borders. A cutting in the wall leads through to an entertaining / BBQ area along with a recently constructed summer house. Finishing off the garden area is a flat grass paddock ideal of children to play in or ponies. (there is a vehicular right of way to the paddock if required)


Long Marston is a very popular village situated between York and Wetherby , whilst at the same time handy for those that need to get to Leeds, Harrogate or on to the A1M or A64. In the village is a pub, primary school and sports club. Main line train connections are at York and within a 10 mile radius are a selection of excellent schools both private and state.

Additional Information


We are advised that the property has mains water, electricity and drainage. The heating is run through newly installed biomass woodchip boilers.

Local Authority 

Harrogate Borough Council

01423 556300


We are advised that the property is freehold and that vacant possession will be granted upon legal completion.


Travelling from York towards Wetherby on B1224 proceed in to Long Marston. At the Sun Inn turn right. Go straight on at the mini roundabout and Long Marston Hall can be seen on the right hand side.