Guide Price £675,000
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 4 Reception Rooms
Osmond Flatt Farm, Lartington
Barnard Castle, Durham
- EPC (EER) G 20
- Existing 2-bedroom farmhouse with adjoining traditional buildings
- Extensive range of traditional and modern agricultural and general purpose buildings
- Highly desirable rural yet accessible location
- Planning consent to create substantial 4-bedroom farmhouse
- Set within 12.34 Hectares (30.49 Acres) of quality grazing land
Two bedroom farmhouse with adjoining traditional buildings set within 12.34 Hectares (30.49 Acres) of quality grazing land in a highly desirable, yet rural location.
The farmhouse is a traditional double fronted property. The main entrance leads to a central reception hall with the rear hall leading onto the rear entrance/dining room and snug and also providing access to the kitchen. A square well-proportioned living room lies to the front of the property enjoying a southerly aspect and views to the south over open countryside. To the first floor are two large bedrooms and house bathroom.
Adjoining the original farmhouse is a partially converted two storey barn having a large glazed arch incorporating French doors and an impressive open fire place with stone surround. To the rear of this room lies a utility area and beyond is a garage with potential to install a WC, in turn leading on to a large secure tack room.
Plans were approved in 2006 to provide for a large luxury four bedroom dwelling complete with dressing room and en suite facilities. Some of the works have been carried out on the extension/conversion and we have been informed that the planning permission has now been implemented, though we would advise all purchasers to satisfy themselves as to the correct planning position. The steading lies centrally within the land and enjoys stunning views to all aspects, over open countryside and beyond to Deepdale woods.
The property comprises approximately 12.34 Hectares (30.49 Acres) in all comprising the steading together with meadow land. The boundaries of the property are predominately dry stone walls and some land parcels benefit from a mains water supply to troughs, with some fields also having a natural water supply. The land is accessed via gateways and tracks from the farmstead.