An idyllic and unspoilt traditional farm with panoramic views over Ryedale and beyond, comprising a Grade II Listed farmhouse and traditional buildings, all requiring renovation with surrounding grass paddocks. In all about 19.45 acres.
THE FINAL SALE NEGOTIATION IS ONGOING, NO FURTHER VIEWINGS ARE AVAILABLE.
Broats Farm sits in a private location in the Tabular Hills above Pickering close to the North York Moors National Park boundary, from this setting the farm has unrivalled views over the Vale of Pickering and beyond to the Yorkshire Wolds.
The farmstead lies in the centre of 17 acres of grass paddocks through which a private drive provides an attractive approach to the property. The farm has remained untouched for many years and provides a unique opportunity to create a home finished and decorated to your own requirements.
The farmhouse dates from the early 19th Century, built in a traditional cottage style from coursed stone under a pantile roof lying in the centre of attached traditional farm barns all with a southerly aspect towards the Vale of Pickering.
The traditional buildings present an ideal opportunity to extend the farmhouse accommodation or diversify the holding, subject to the necessary consents.
The current farmhouse accommodation extends to approximately 1,500 sqft over two floors, all of which requires complete renovation and modernisation. The ground floor comprises a porch, pantry, kitchen, hall, dining room, sitting room and bathroom and the first floor has a landing leading to four bedrooms.
There is a small parking area to the front and rear of the property complemented by flower beds, stone walls and a traditional farm pond and vegetable patch to the east.
The farmhouse and surroundings all retain the features and appeal of farming in a bygone era, so often lost in many other properties.