Fixed Price £425,000
- 4 Bedrooms
- 6.62 Acres
High Greenas Farm
Hurst, Richmond, North Yorkshire
- 4 Double Bedrooms
- A Range of useful outbuildings with potential for alternative uses
- EPC (EER) F 28
- Grazing and pasture land extending to approximately 2.68 Ha (6.62 Ac)
- Set in a tranquil and peaceful location
- Traditional Detached Farmhouse
High Greenas Farm is a substantial traditional farmhouse set in the heart of Swaledale, offering spacious accommodation in need of some modernisation and update set in approximately 2.68 Ha (6.62 Ac) of pasture and grazing land.
High Greenas Farm is a substantial traditional farmhouse set in the heart of Swaledale, offering spacious accommodation in need of some modernisation and update set in approximately 2.68 Ha (6.62 Ac) of pasture and grazing land. The property is accessed is via a single track road, which leads into a driveway approached over the properties private land and into the gravelled parking area and enclosed garden. The accommodation is accessed through an entrance porch with a stone flagged floor, two double glazed windows and a stable door leading into the dining hall with a tiled floor and windows to the side and rear. Steps lead down into a sitting room with beamed ceiling and arched feature doors. Further steps lead down again to a lower level with a multi fuel stove set into a recess, arched feature doors with views over the open countryside beyond. From the dining hall the accommodation opens into an inner lobby with stairs to the first floor and a door leading to the study with an arched door with open views, open grate fire with a cast iron surround hearth, cupboards and shelving are fitted into arched recesses. A door from the lobby also provides access to the downstairs shower room fitted with a low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin and corner shower cubicle which is fully tiled and houses an electric shower. There is a window to the rear, heated towel rail, extractor fan and tiled flooring. The kitchen has a range of wall and base oak units with a work top over, inset double bowled sink with mixer tap, oil fired Alpha stove which runs both the heating and the hot water systems. Beamed ceiling, tiled floor and windows overlooking the rear. A door from the kitchen leads to a boot room with fitted cupboards, window to the side, tiled floor and a door providing access to the garden. Steps lead up to a utility room with wall and base units, stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap, plumbing for a washing machine and window to the front. The dining room has an open fire set into a stone surround with storage alcoves, two arched doors with open views over the countryside beyond. Steps lead down to a lower level keeping cellar. The stairs lead to a first floor landing with windows overlooking the front of the property with views over the open countryside. Fitted airing cupboard with shelving and housing the hot water cylinder. Bedroom one has exposed beams and a double aspect over the front and rear of the property, bedroom two has a window to the rear and exposed beams, bedroom three also has a window to the rear with exposed beams and fitted cupboards. Bedroom four has a double aspect and exposed beams. The house bathroom is fitted with a white suite and is fully tiled. It comprises of a pedestal wash hand basin set into a vanity unit, low level WC and a bath with electric shower over. There is a window to the rear and a curved heated towel rail. Externally The outside of the property is fully enclosed with a ring fence and a dry stone boundary wall. There is ample parking for numerous vehicles on the gravelled driveway. A flagged pathway and a raised flagged terrace provides access to the main entrance to the property. A wrought iron side gate leads through to a further enclosed patio area with a gravelled terrace, well stocked borders with shrubs and evergreen plants and circular flagged sitting area. Steps lead up to a lawned area with a traditional chicken shed. The property has a large detached workshop with electric points, lighting, storage and double doors to the front. There is also a separate detached single garage with electric, lighting and a service pit. In addition there is a greenhouse, wood store, coal store. Attached to the property is a further store room housing an independent diesel generator and freezer room. The grassland that surrounds the property extends to approximately 2.68 Ha (6.62 Ac) with two large natural ponds, dry stone walling and enclosed wooden fencing. There are three loose boxes which have light and power. Directions From Richmond Town Centre follow the Reeth Road (A6108) for approximately 3 miles. After this approximate distance the landscape changes and there is woodland on either side of the road. Take is a left hand turning which takes you over a single track bridge crossing the River Swale. Continue to follow this road travelling up Cat Bank and after approximately 3 miles there is a left hand slip road which leads into Hard Stiles Road. This road drops down sharply and rises on the other side. At the brow of this hill take the right hand turning into Stelling Road, travel for approximately 1 mile and take the first turning on the right hand side into Hellwith Road, this has a very steep access and would be difficult to access if travelling from the opposite direction. Travel along this road for another mile and the entrance to High Greenas Farm is on the left hand side.