Asking Price £550,000
- 4 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 2 Reception Rooms
- 6.47402 Acres
North Farm, Nether Silton
Thirsk, North Yorkshire
- Enclosed cottage style garden
- Extensive range of traditional agricultural buildings
- Grazing land together with steel portal frame building extending to 2.63 Hectares (6.49 Acres) in all
- Large Grade II Listed farmhouse
- Period features throughout
A Grade II Listed farmhouse with a wealth of period features throughout requiring some modernisation with an extensive range of traditional agricultural buildings and grazing land extending to 2.63 Hectares (6.49 Acres) in all.
North Farm comprises a spacious characterful farmhouse with an extensive range of traditional and modern agricultural buildings together with adjoining grazing land. The main farmhouse benefits from 3/4 bedrooms over two floors and enjoys a good sized enclosed and south facing front garden together with small decorative garden area to the rear. The main entrance leads to a central hall off which stairs rise to the first floor. To the left hand a cottage style latched door leads into a good sized square room with stripped floorboards benefitting from a multi fuel stove. Exposed beams and wall mounted lights together with a feature arrow slit window gives further character. A door leads through to a lean-to porch with its own external access. This room is flexible as a reception room or if required a self contained fourth bedroom. To the right of the central hallway a good size dining/living room is found which is laid with a quaint flagstone floor complete with solid fuel fired Stanley Range, an original built in window seat, good size under stairs cupboard. An original spice cupboard nestles into the alcove to the right of the range. Off the dining area a stable door leads into a further room, this has been used as an additional kitchen area and is fitted with base storage units and work surfaces. It is currently divided by a partition wall and subject to the necessary alterations/consents this room could be converted to provide an additional reception room, dining room or play room. The rear entrance, more frequently used, opens to a lobby off which is a ground floor WC complete with wash hand basin. The inner hall has small work top area with plumbing for dishwasher/washing machine and access to the house kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with base and wall mounted storage units with a pine effect finish and a gloss cream, brick bond tiled splashback lines the work surfaces. There is a further pantry style built in cupboard and a window over looking the rear garden. To the first floor a landing area gives access to a large bedroom with dual aspect which sits above the ground floor living room. This room has box sash windows to two elevations and an exposed wooden beam. The second bedroom lies to the centre of the property and would also accommodate a double bed with a L-Shaped floor layout sitting over the stairs providing additional space for bedroom furniture. The character of the property extends to this room with exposed beams, low ceilings and a box sash window which takes in pleasant views over the front garden, the village and beyond to open countryside. To the rear of the property set under the slopping roof, lies the house bathroom fitted with a white cast iron bath with electric wall mounted shower over, wall mounted wash hand basin, low level WC with a Velux window providing natural light. The room is predominately tiled to the floor and the walls. Off the landing a door leads into a further room, again with dual aspect which could be partitioned to create an additional bedroom subject to obtaining the necessary consents, this room has an attractive stone surround fireplace and large storage cupboard which houses the hot water tank. Off this room a door leads to an impressive room with open views, vaulted ceiling and rafters, the room is of an extensive proportions and would accommodate a stunning reception space or could be divided to create further bedrooms subject to alterations and the necessary consents. Three large windows one of which is floor to ceiling allow natural light to flood the area and take in views of open countryside to the front and rear. There is an extensive garden stretching the full breath of the property which is enclosed in the majority by a stone wall. A central garden pea gravelled path leads up to the front door and two large areas are laid predominantly to lawn, bark lined flower bed borders are stocked with an interesting variety of shrubbery with different colours and textures throughout the year. The garden path leads round to the side of the property. To the rear there is a further decorative garden area. The property also includes a range of traditional agricultural buildings. A number of byres are attached to the main house, the loft of which has been converted to form part of the first floor accommodation. Further buildings are detached and stone built set under a variety of slate, pan tiles and corrugated sheet roofs. They have various compartments providing kennelling and stabling and further agricultural storage. To the rear lies a large steel portal general purpose building which has three openings to the eastern elevation and a further access to the field at the rear. The building has part concrete, part earth floor and some internal dividing walls, there is electricity and lighting within the building. The yard is part concrete and part hard-core and is a large space. A grassed area could be enclosed to provide a small area of further grazing if required. There is gated access off the yard into the grazing land at the rear.