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Low Paper Mill Farm is an idyllic, residential property comprising period farmhouse extending to four-bedrooms, outbuildings and attractive gardens set in a tranquil setting.
The farmhouse offers well-proportioned and comfortable family accommodation extending over three-floors and to four-bedrooms. The accommodation comprises central hallway, large open plan kitchen diner, study, superb living room, utility, rear porch and cloakroom. To the first floor is a good-sized, master bedroom with ensuite facilities, further double bedroom and family bathroom with separate W.C. There are a further two double bedrooms located to the second floor.
Low Paper Mill Farm is constructed of stone under pantile and tile roof and has retained a number of character features throughout. The property enjoys lawned gardens with Thornton Beck running through to create an idyllic setting with outlook over the National Park and open countryside.
A workshop and car port provide secure and covered workspace and parking for the property. There is a hardstanding yard providing ample parking space, as well as further lawned areas and mature hedge wrapping around the front of the property.
Welham Park Fishery adjoins Low Paper Mill to the north with the farmhouse having provided residential accommodation to the owners and managers of the fish farm. It now offers the opportunity to provide beautiful, standalone accommodation.
Low Paper Mill Farm is situated in a picturesque setting, within the hamlet of Ellerburn and on the edge of Thornton le Dale village. The property extends to approximately 1.06-acres with outlook over the adjoining ponds, Thornton Beck, and open countryside.
The property is set within the North York Moors National Park, in a rural yet accessible position. The hamlet of Ellerburn is located 0.5 miles west and comprises a modest range of residential and agricultural properties together with tourist-based accommodation and church.
The popular village of Thornton le Dale is 1.5 miles distant and offers an excellent range of services and amenities including convenience stores, shops, café’s, public houses, food outlets and church. The village sits on the A170, between Pickering and Scarborough and on the southern edge of the National Park.
The market town of Pickering is located approximately 4 miles west and offers wider range of services and amenities including leisure, recreational, sporting, health care and educational facilities. The town is often referred to as the “gateway to the Moors” with tourist-based accommodation and attractions including the North York Moors Railway terminus.
The traditional market town of Malton is set approximately 10 miles south and offers a comprehensive range of amenities including convenience stores, supermarkets, food outlets, cafes and restaurants. Both Pickering and Malton benefit from health care and educational institutes as well as railway station with access to York, Scarborough and the East coast.
The historic city of York is an economic hub for the region and is situated approximately 30 miles southwest and offers a wider range of high-quality services and amenities including mainline train service to London Kings Cross and Edinburgh Waverley in 2 hours.
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY
GUIDE PRICE: Offers Over £750,000
Please note Welham Park Trout Farm may be available by separate negotiation