Boggle House represents a unique opportunity to acquire an attractive and fairly substantial stone barn set in approximately 0.8 acres of land within an incomparable National Park setting. The barn is of traditional stone and pan-tile construction and located at the north-west corner of the plot, adjacent to the barn is the remnants of other farm buildings. The barn itself measure 5.35 m x 9.7 m. The land is rough grassland bounded to all sides by post and wire fencing.
There are no mains services currently connected to the property, although there is a spring water supply to the barn – fed from a tank on the hillside above the barn.
Access to Boggle House is via an adopted council maintained lane which runs from the Beckhole to A169 road to Grosmont.
There has been previous applications made to the planners in the past (1998 & 1999) which were both unsuccessful. Informal enquiries have been made recently to the North York Moors planning authorities with regards the likelihood of planners allowing conversion of the existing barn to create a holiday residence, or one with local occupancy restrictions. The response has been generally favourable although any interested party is advised to make their own enquiries with the planners.