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- Substantial Stone Barn Conversion
- Adjoining Studio Apartment
- Well Presented and Versatile Accommodation
- Bespoke Living/Dining Kitchen
- Five Bedrooms
- Three with En-Suites
- Beautiful Landscaped Gardens and Grounds
- Double Garage and Ample Off-Street Parking
- National Park Village Location
The Dairy was converted from a range of traditional stone and tile farm buildings around 20 years ago. The result being a handsome stone property which provides an excellent level of especially spacious accommodation, approximately 3,600 square feet in total and is one of the largest of the four conversions, both in size and grounds.
Well-appointed throughout with bespoke ‘Pronorm’ kitchen units and high specification bathroom fittings, further improvements were made by the current owners when they converted an existing outbuilding to create a self-contained one bedroom studio apartment around 5 years ago; providing an ideal space for a dependent or as a guest suite if needed.
The Dairy offers a good degree of versatility with bedrooms over the ground and first floors. The accommodation comprises the following; Entrance Hall with dining room and the separate sitting room the side, with glazed door opening out to the garden. Large living/dining kitchen with bespoke units and living area. Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, further ground floor double bedroom and a separate shower room. On the First Floor are two further bedrooms and bathroom. Adjoining the property is a modern one bedroom studio apartment. There is a large utility room, workshop, store and WC.
Set in extensive grounds with a generous level of parking on the driveway to the front and within the large double garage. The gardens lie on the west and northern sides of the property and extend to around one quarter of an acre in total. The garden on the west is laid out in a series of terraces, to exploit the rising ground and, from the uppermost terrace, there is a fine view over open fields, with a glimpse of the sea in the distance. The Dairy is located on the northern edge of the village, with walks directly down to the coast and Cloughton Wyke. Cloughton is a busy village some three miles north of the seaside town of Scarborough and is well-served with two public houses and church. A primary school is within walking distance in nearby Burniston.