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Near Whitby, North York Moors National Park
LIFESTYLE & SPORTING ESTATE
Aislaby . Near Whitby . North York Moors National Park
A privately situated compact and manageable residential and sporting estate, 10 minutes drive from Whitby and lying within the North York Moors National Park. River frontage and salmon fishing rights on the unspoilt and famous Yorkshire Esk. Landscaped gardens, woodland, paddocks, fields, river walks, abundance of wildlife.
Whitby 4 miles. Teeside international airport 40 miles. York 44 miles. The Estate has its own helipad.
18th Century, five bedroom farmhouse, built from local 'Herringbone' stone. Sympathetically restored in 2006. Ground floor - entrance hall, drawing room, cloakroom, snug, dining room, kitchen, utility room, lobby, boiler room. First floor - minstrel’s gallery, principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms. Second floor - two double bedrooms, shower room, attic room.
Entrance lobby, double bedroom, cloakroom, kitchen/diner, sitting room, bathroom, twin room, store/workshop room offering potential to extend cottage.
Entrance lobby, cloakroom, double bedroom, bathroom, kitchen/diner, sitting room, twin bedroom.
Currently used as conservatory, store room, wine store, utility. permission granted to convert to a third cottage.
FARM BUILDINGS & STABLES
Four bay steel portal frame barn, four bay steel frame former cow shed, equestrian outbuilding.
FISHING RIGHTS IN PERPETUITY
Approx 3/4 mile of single bank salmon, sea-trout, brown, trout and grayling fishing on the Yorkshire Esk. The fishing is along the South and East perimeter.
SHOOTING & OTHER SPORTING RIGHTS
Free rights to shoot and hunt on the entire estate and neighbouring land by separate agreement.
Self catering holiday lets since 1986.
PLANNING CONSENT & DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
Residential and leisure outline planning consent, to convert and or develop existing cottages and farm buildings to residential, holiday cottage or spa facilities. Agreement in principle to build a number of log cabins or other Eco friendly dwellings on the estate, offering low impact and sustainable development of a this stunning and unique lifestyle and leisure property.
53 acres (23.32 hectares) in all. Approx 35 acres broadleaf woodland and 23 acres of fertile grazing land.
LOCAL & COUNTY AMENITIES
Laying at the lower reaches of the stunning Esk Valley. The estate is situated to the southwest of the ancient and historic sea port of Whitby, made famous by Captain Cook, and Bram Stokers’ Dracula. Whitby offers a complete range of shopping, tourism, and leisure facilities.
There are a number of excellent golf courses nearby including Whitby Links course at Sandsend, and the highly acclaimed Ganton course near Scarborough. Yorkshire is famous for its course fishing, as well as game fishing. Scuba diving off the Yorkshire coast in the summertime offers possibly the most rewarding wreck diving in the world. Many wrecks from second world wars are now home to huge shoals of fish which means that the sea fishing can also be plentiful.
The golden sandy beaches along the northeast coastline, stretch for miles. There are some excellent walks along the Jurassic coastline and across the North York Moors.
The Minster City of York, offers excellent fast rail connections to Scotland, the south of England and European Cities. Yorks historic City walls, encompass some of the worlds finest architecture and is home to world class shopping, amenities, arts, and entertainment.