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Farmanby House is a distinctive and substantial Edwardian period residence, occupying a prominent position upon Roxby Road, only a short walk from the centre of this popular National Park village. An elegant home which provides over 3,000 square feet of extremely adaptable accommodation, the house has been completely restored by the current owners, using highly regarded local builders A&D Sturdy. The comprehensive renovation included a full re-wire, new central heating system and most windows throughout and the accommodation was remodeled, with bedrooms reinstated, new bathrooms fitted, and careful attention paid to restoring a number of character touches sympathetic to the era of the property and a stylish finish throughout.
The accommodation is arranged over three stories and comprises, large entrance hall with original stained glass double doors and a handsome return staircase. Two front facing reception rooms with bay windows to the east. Large dining kitchen with double doors opening out onto the stone flagged terrace to the rear and open through to a contemporary garden room with vaulted ceiling; overall an ideal entertaining space. To the ground floor there is also a utility room and ground floor shower room. To the first floor are four double bedrooms, two with en-suite shower rooms and the main house bathroom. To the top floor are two further double bedrooms, a separate bathroom and the study. Great attention has been paid to the efficiency of running the house, with double glazed units throughout, underfloor heating to part of the ground floor and zoned heating throughout the property. There are solar panels which contribute towards the hot water.
Farmanby House is set within grounds amounting to 0.35 of an acre, with a large driveway to the side offering ample off street parking. The grounds have been professionally designed to combine formal spaces and terraced seating areas with a more traditional lawned garden to the rear.
Thornton le Dale is one of North Yorkshire’s most picturesque and popular National Park Villages. The village is centred around Thornton Beck and the Green, clustered around which are a number of small independent shops and eateries, including two public houses and bistro. The village lies on the doorstep of some of the most beautiful countryside in the area with endless opportunity for outdoor recreation.
Thornton le Dale is situated approximately two miles east of the popular market town of Pickering and eight miles north of Malton and enjoys easy access to the A64 providing links to the wider metropolitan area. Malton benefits from a train station with regular services to the main line station of York, where there are direct services to London, Leeds & Edinburgh.