Fir Tree Farm, Easby, Great Ayton - Guide Price £1,700,000 - £1,800,000

Fir Tree Farm, Easby, Great Ayton

Guide Price
£1,700,000 - £1,800,000
Currently available
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  • For Sale As A Whole Or In 2 Lots
  • Lot 1: Fir Tree Farmhouse
  • Traditional Range of Farm Buildings
  • Potential to Create a New Dwelling
  • Gardens & Grounds with Wildlife Pond
  • Grass Paddocks in all Extending to 9.64 Acres
  • Lot 2: 25 Acres approx of Agricultural Land
  • Guide Price: Lot 1: £1.5m - £1.6m Lot 2: £200,000
  • Viewing by Appointment

INTRODUCTION
We have been favoured with instructions to place one of the most desirable and outstanding country properties to come on the market in this area for some time. It is truly superb in both its character and location.

SITUATION
Great Ayton 2 ½ miles, Stokesley 3 ½ miles, Teesside 10 miles, Yarm 12 miles, Northallerton 18 miles, Thirsk 26 miles and York 40 miles (all distances approximate).

The property is beautifully situated at the foot of the Cleveland Hills on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. It stands exceptionally well in a fine south facing position with Captain Cook’s Monument and Roseberry Topping in the background. It is nicely secluded but at the same time very accessible to Great Ayton and the market towns of Stokesley, Yarm and Northallerton and within easy commuting distance of Teesside.

DESCRIPTION
Fir Tree Farmhouse is a magnificent 5-bedroom stone-built country residence which includes a link to an annex which comprises a reception, a home office and games room and bar plus utility and shower room.

The layout of the spacious and beautifully proportioned accommodation is set out on the attached floor plan. It extends to 6,038ft² approximately. It is double glazed and has the benefit of oil-fired central heating.

It provides exceptional accommodation which is ideal for comfortable everyday family living, entertaining and home working.

It is complemented externally by a large tandem garage, ample parking and a beautiful tree lined driveway.

Fir Tree Farm is further enhanced by well-established gardens and grounds, including an orchard and an attractive wildlife pond, in all extending to 2.87 acres together with a grass paddocks and woodland shelter belt which extends to a further 6.7 acres. It stands in a truly magnificent setting.

TRADITIONAL FARM BUILDINGS
There is a very useful and extremely tidy range of traditional farm buildings. They are well situated in relation to the main house and arranged in an attractive quadrangle with a central covered courtyard. They include a range of loose boxes and stables and possess obvious equestrian potential.

These farm buildings also have significant potential for conversion to create a new dwelling.

Hambleton District Council Planning Department, as part of a recent pre-application enquiry, have confirmed that the principle of creating a new dwelling within the countryside at Fir Tree Farm by conversion of the existing brick barn would be accepted subject to the building being recognised as a “Non-Designated Heritage Asset”. The Council have further considered that the proposed development would not have an adverse impact on the character and appearance of the countryside but would have to be assessed in more detail in due course in terms of its impact on neighbouring amenity and highway access.

You may wish to contact Andrew Cunningham MRTPI of Lavingham Planning Consultants who submitted the pre-application to discuss this with him. His contact details are: -
Tel -01609 617618.
Email: info@lavingham.com

LOT 2: 25.04 ACRES APPROX OF AGRICULTURAL LAND (EDGED BLUE)
This is a prime block of agricultural land with a small parcel of woodland in the southern corner. It is situated on the south eastern side just over the minor road which leads to Ingleby Greenhow. It is a sound block of arable land. It is presently sown to a cereal crop. It is Grade 3 in accordance with the Land Classification Map.

It is currently let on a Farm Business Tenancy until the 31st October 2022.







Contact Robin Jessop for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

Robin Jessop

01677 425950

Features & Documents
  • For Sale As A Whole Or In 2 Lots
  • Lot 1: Fir Tree Farmhouse
  • Traditional Range of Farm Buildings
  • Potential to Create a New Dwelling
  • Gardens & Grounds with Wildlife Pond
  • Grass Paddocks in all Extending to 9.64 Acres
  • Lot 2: 25 Acres approx of Agricultural Land
  • Guide Price: Lot 1: £1.5m - £1.6m Lot 2: £200,000
  • Viewing by Appointment
Description

INTRODUCTION
We have been favoured with instructions to place one of the most desirable and outstanding country properties to come on the market in this area for some time. It is truly superb in both its character and location.

SITUATION
Great Ayton 2 ½ miles, Stokesley 3 ½ miles, Teesside 10 miles, Yarm 12 miles, Northallerton 18 miles, Thirsk 26 miles and York 40 miles (all distances approximate).

The property is beautifully situated at the foot of the Cleveland Hills on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. It stands exceptionally well in a fine south facing position with Captain Cook’s Monument and Roseberry Topping in the background. It is nicely secluded but at the same time very accessible to Great Ayton and the market towns of Stokesley, Yarm and Northallerton and within easy commuting distance of Teesside.

DESCRIPTION
Fir Tree Farmhouse is a magnificent 5-bedroom stone-built country residence which includes a link to an annex which comprises a reception, a home office and games room and bar plus utility and shower room.

The layout of the spacious and beautifully proportioned accommodation is set out on the attached floor plan. It extends to 6,038ft² approximately. It is double glazed and has the benefit of oil-fired central heating.

It provides exceptional accommodation which is ideal for comfortable everyday family living, entertaining and home working.

It is complemented externally by a large tandem garage, ample parking and a beautiful tree lined driveway.

Fir Tree Farm is further enhanced by well-established gardens and grounds, including an orchard and an attractive wildlife pond, in all extending to 2.87 acres together with a grass paddocks and woodland shelter belt which extends to a further 6.7 acres. It stands in a truly magnificent setting.

TRADITIONAL FARM BUILDINGS
There is a very useful and extremely tidy range of traditional farm buildings. They are well situated in relation to the main house and arranged in an attractive quadrangle with a central covered courtyard. They include a range of loose boxes and stables and possess obvious equestrian potential.

These farm buildings also have significant potential for conversion to create a new dwelling.

Hambleton District Council Planning Department, as part of a recent pre-application enquiry, have confirmed that the principle of creating a new dwelling within the countryside at Fir Tree Farm by conversion of the existing brick barn would be accepted subject to the building being recognised as a “Non-Designated Heritage Asset”. The Council have further considered that the proposed development would not have an adverse impact on the character and appearance of the countryside but would have to be assessed in more detail in due course in terms of its impact on neighbouring amenity and highway access.

You may wish to contact Andrew Cunningham MRTPI of Lavingham Planning Consultants who submitted the pre-application to discuss this with him. His contact details are: -
Tel -01609 617618.
Email: info@lavingham.com

LOT 2: 25.04 ACRES APPROX OF AGRICULTURAL LAND (EDGED BLUE)
This is a prime block of agricultural land with a small parcel of woodland in the southern corner. It is situated on the south eastern side just over the minor road which leads to Ingleby Greenhow. It is a sound block of arable land. It is presently sown to a cereal crop. It is Grade 3 in accordance with the Land Classification Map.

It is currently let on a Farm Business Tenancy until the 31st October 2022.







Get in touch

Robin Jessop

Contact Robin Jessop for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

01677 425950