Fulwith Mill Farm is located on the southern outskirts of Harrogate in the scenic Crimple Valley. Situated at the very end of Fulwith Mill Lane, home to some of Harrogate's most desirable and valuable properties, the farm commands a magnificent panorama of the Crimple Valley Viaduct, a spectacular Grade II* Listed stone railway bridge of 31 arches, built in 1848 by George Hudson, the renowned railway pioneer. The land runs along the valley bottom spanning the viaduct and Crimple Beck.
The farm, which is let on a Farm Business Tenancy expiring in March 2011, includes about 137 acres of grassland, modern farm buildings, an original stone farm building, and a fine three-storey stone-built water mill, now redundant. The informal planning opinion obtained from Harrogate Borough Council suggests that these two stone buildings may be suitable for residential development. If converted into houses, each property would enjoy fabulous views.
The farmhouse is a handsome five-bedroom stone building facing south-east across the valley. Adjacent to it is a modern three-bedroom bungalow, with an equally outstanding outlook.