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Pasture House Farm is a conveniently situated, residential and equestrian smallholding, comprising period farmhouse, courtyard of cottages, range of buildings and in all is set in approximately 28-acres of grassland.
The property is situated in a rural yet accessible position around 1.5 miles equidistant from the village of South Kilvington and market town of Thirsk.
The period farmhouse is Grade II listed and has retained a number of character features, offering a comfortable three-bedroom family home with potential for further development into the adjoining cottage. The accommodation includes a central hallway with cloakroom within, kitchen and living room set off and garden room facing into the enclose courtyard. There are three double bedrooms and family bathroom to the first floor, including master bedroom with en-suite.
Adjoining the farmhouse is a range of cottages extending to three in total and including No.2 one-bedroom and No.2 two-bedroom properties. They are constructed of brick under pantile roof and extend to a single storey. They provide excellent potential for renovation and to be utilised as either permanent residential lets or as holiday accommodation. They also offer opportunities for multi-generational living.
There is a large range of building providing equestrian facilities including 15 stables, associated tack and feed rooms, machinery and produce storage.
The land is situated in a ring-fenced block and provides productive grazing and mowing land but also could be cereal cropped. In total the land extends to approximately 28-acres and has been split into a number of holding paddocks.
The farm is located in a conveniently situated position, approximately 1.0 mile south of the village of South Kilvington and 1.5 miles north of the popular market town of Thirsk. The property is a short distance from the A19 which provides excellent road links to Thirsk, Teeside, York and further afield.
The village of South Kilvington is situated a short distance northwest and offers a modest range of services and amenities including public house, church, primary school and tourist accommodation.
The popular market town of Thirsk is within walking distance and offers a wide range of services and amenities including range of convenience stores, shops, leisure, recreational and sporting facilities. Thirsk also benefits from educational and healthcare institutes and is well connected with road links including the A19; A61 and A170 and rail links to York and Northallerton.
The town of Northallerton is situated approximately 9.0 miles distant and offers a further variety of leisure and recreational facilities including hoteliers, cafes, food outlets, restaurants and public houses. The town also offers educational and healthcare institutes as well as railway station.
The cathedral city of Ripon is approximately 14 miles southwest and is a popular tourist destination, located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and home to Ripon Cathedral, attracting a large number of visitors.
The historic city of York is located approximately 25 miles due south and offers a high-class range of services and amenities as well as being an economic hub for the region. The city benefits from primary, secondary and further educational institutes as well as general hospital. The city is home to mainline railway station providing links to London Kings Cross and Edinburgh Waverley in under 2-hours.
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY AS A WHOLE OR IN TWO LOTS
LOT 1: House, cottages, range of buildings and set in 28 acres of grassland
GUIDE PRICE: £1,000,000