Middlestye Farm, Osmotherley - Offers in excess of £850,000

Middlestye Farm, Osmotherley

Offers in excess of
£850,000
Currently available
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  • Stone Built Farmhouse & Annexe
  • General Purpose Building
  • Quiet & Secluded Rural Location
  • Close to Amenities of Osmotherley
  • Picturesque Rural Location
  • Viewing By Appointment Only

Middlestye Farm is situated close to the popular village of Osmotherley within the North York Moors National Park. It is therefore conveniently located in relation to the market towns of Northallerton, Stokesley and Yarm. The larger centres of York and Teesside are within a pretty reasonable commuting distance.

Osmotherley is a picturesque rural village situated within the North York Moors National Park. The village has a wealth of local amenities including village shop, three public houses, primary school, fish & chip shop, café and church.

Middlestye Farm is shown edged red on the attached plan.

The detached farmhouse comprises a substantial stone-built property. It does require some modernising. The accommodation is spacious and has the benefit of oil-fired central heating. It stands well in a quiet, almost private valley overlooking open countryside. There is a one-bedroom annex attached to the farmhouse.

It is quite rare for a property of this nature and quality to come onto the market in such a rural location.

The property has the benefit of a large general-purpose building and grassland extending to 25.20 Acres (10.19 Ha) approx.

The farmhouse is entered via the living room where there is an open fire and
feature beams. The character feature beams exist throughout the farmhouse. The living room leads to a large inner hall where there is access to the office and the dining room. The dining room has the traditional range still present. From the dining room you enter the kitchen. There is a range of fitted units together with a Rangemaster cooker and log burner. From the kitchen, you reach the utility and downstairs shower room. The utility provides access to the outside.

On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The annexe is entered via the living room which has the benefit of fittings for a gas stove. The living room leads to the kitchen. The kitchen provides access to the rear hall. The rear hall leads to the bedroom and bathroom.

The land lies well in relation to the steading in a compact ring fence extending to 25.20 acres approx. The land is divided up into useful paddocks which are all laid down to grass. The land is currently used for grazing.

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

Tabitha Bentley

01677 425950

Features & Documents
  • Stone Built Farmhouse & Annexe
  • General Purpose Building
  • Quiet & Secluded Rural Location
  • Close to Amenities of Osmotherley
  • Picturesque Rural Location
  • Viewing By Appointment Only
Description

Middlestye Farm is situated close to the popular village of Osmotherley within the North York Moors National Park. It is therefore conveniently located in relation to the market towns of Northallerton, Stokesley and Yarm. The larger centres of York and Teesside are within a pretty reasonable commuting distance.

Osmotherley is a picturesque rural village situated within the North York Moors National Park. The village has a wealth of local amenities including village shop, three public houses, primary school, fish & chip shop, café and church.

Middlestye Farm is shown edged red on the attached plan.

The detached farmhouse comprises a substantial stone-built property. It does require some modernising. The accommodation is spacious and has the benefit of oil-fired central heating. It stands well in a quiet, almost private valley overlooking open countryside. There is a one-bedroom annex attached to the farmhouse.

It is quite rare for a property of this nature and quality to come onto the market in such a rural location.

The property has the benefit of a large general-purpose building and grassland extending to 25.20 Acres (10.19 Ha) approx.

The farmhouse is entered via the living room where there is an open fire and
feature beams. The character feature beams exist throughout the farmhouse. The living room leads to a large inner hall where there is access to the office and the dining room. The dining room has the traditional range still present. From the dining room you enter the kitchen. There is a range of fitted units together with a Rangemaster cooker and log burner. From the kitchen, you reach the utility and downstairs shower room. The utility provides access to the outside.

On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The annexe is entered via the living room which has the benefit of fittings for a gas stove. The living room leads to the kitchen. The kitchen provides access to the rear hall. The rear hall leads to the bedroom and bathroom.

The land lies well in relation to the steading in a compact ring fence extending to 25.20 acres approx. The land is divided up into useful paddocks which are all laid down to grass. The land is currently used for grazing.

Get in touch

Tabitha Bentley

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

01677 425950