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- Impressive Arts & Crafts Property
- In Need of Full Restoration
- Former Guesthouse
- Large South Facing Grounds
- Popular National Park Village
- No Onward Chain
Early Edwardian in origin with a strong Arts and Crafts influence, the property retains much of its original charm and character with original oak panelled walls, carved oak return staircase and several period fireplaces. Run until recently as a Guesthouse the accommodation is sizeable, amounting to approximately 3,700 square feet and presents the opportunity to create a spacious private residence or alternatively a guest house or hotel.
Within the grounds is a detached annexe with two holiday lets. Planning permission had been granted (now lapsed) for the construction of a pair of semi-detached cottages in lieu of the annexe.
The property requires restoration and improvement throughout. The accommodation comprises: entrance hall with cloakroom, dual aspect sitting room, snug with adjoining en-suite facilities (previously used as a ground floor bedroom), morning room, dining room, front facing conservatory, breakfast kitchen with Aga and adjoining pantry and utility. On the first floor are six bedrooms, all of which are double rooms and all with en-suite facilities and a further house bathroom. The second floor is given over to a large attic, which may offer potential to enlarge the already substantial accommodation if required.
The property is located on the southern edge of the village, with open, uninterrupted views over the moor. The grounds are mature and well stocked. There is a generous level of parking on an area of hardstanding to the front of the annexe.
Goathland is a most attractive and very popular Moorland village, within the North