Rawson Syke occupies a superb position within Farndale and comprises of a three bedroom farmhouse with extensive range of traditional outbuildings and grazing land, which in total amounts to approximately 3.4 acres.
Occupying a gently sloping site along Daleside Road, it overlooks its own land and commands stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The farmhouse would benefit from some updating and modernisation but offers clear scope to improve and enlarge the accommodation into the adjoining stone buildings (subject to consents). These buildings have been re-roofed within the last year or so and have a total footprint of over 1,100 sq.ft.
Adjacent to the house is a further range of stone barns providing useful storage and also with potential (subject to planning) for conversion to annex or holiday accommodation.
The accommodation, which benefits from oil fired central heating and uPvc double glazing, briefly comprises: open-plan double reception room, kitchen and utility room, first floor landing, three bedrooms (two doubles, one single) and a house bathroom.
A gated access leads off the old Farndale road with garden areas and plenty of room to park. The land extends in a south and westerly direction from the farmstead and consists of one large, gently sloping field of permanent pasture adjoining a stream at its southernmost boundary which flows into the River Dove. The field amounts to approximately 3 acres, bringing the total site area to around 3.4 acres.
Farndale is credited as being one of the most beautiful of the North York Moors dales, with stunning scenery in every direction and famous for their wild daffodil displays each spring. Rawson Syke is located roughly three quarters of a mile south-east of Low Mill, a small but vibrant hamlet in Farndale, some six miles to the north of Kirkbymoorside, and within reach of Whitby the North East Coast, York and Thirsk.