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Grove Farm

Traditional 18th century farmhouse with development opportunities comes to market

Grove Farm a beautifully refurbished farmhouse and annex cottage with planning consent to substantially extend the property on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, has come to market for offers in excess of £1,250,000.

Grove Farmhouse is a delightful, traditional stone building, constructed in the 18th century of honey-coloured sandstone under a pantile roof in approx. 5.7 acres of grassland in the hamlet of Low Easby near Great Ayton. The original accommodation has been extended with an ancillary cottage created from the adjoining barns and both have been Listed Grade II for their historic and architectural importance.

John Coleman, head of GSC Grays Country House Agency, said: “Grove Farm has been refurbished to a very high standard and offers substantial development opportunities with planning permission for a range of residential properties and holiday lets. The property is an excellent combination of the old and the new and is close to the North York Moors National Park and enjoys superb views towards Captain Cook’s Monument.”

The farmhouse has three double bedrooms on the first floor, two generous bathrooms and period features such as exposed beams and wooden panelling in the dining room with the opportunity to extend the main farmhouse into the neighbouring cottage, to create a large 5-bedroom property.

The property also features a wide range of outbuildings including a traditional stone barn adjoined to the rear of the property provides ample external storage space, or as stabling. There is an additional old ‘dairy’ building to the east of the farmhouse and both buildings benefit from planning permission for conversion into holiday cottages.

The three remaining modern buildings comprise a steel framed barn with timber roof truss’, an Atcost shed, and a steel portal framed general-purpose agricultural building and all benefit from planning permission for conversion into residential dwellings under permitted development rights. The grazing land extends to approximately 5.7 acres and offers ample grazing for livestock or equestrian use.

Grove Farm is 2.5 miles south of the popular village of Great Ayton, and 3.5 miles east of the market town of Stokesley.

The property benefits from excellent road links to the A19, A66 and A1 providing access to Teesside, Newcastle, Durham, York, Harrogate and Leeds. Northallerton Train Station is situated 19.5 miles away, which offers regular, mainline rail services to Edinburgh and London Kings Cross.

Grove Farm is currently on the market with GSC Grays Boroughbridge Branch with a guide price of £1,250,000. Telephone 01423 590500.

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