A PRIME North Yorkshire property is offering an unmissable opportunity for those who dream of living in an idyllic countryside setting.
Perfectly positioned in beautiful rural landscape, Fox Hall Farm is approximately one mile to the east of the village of Knayton and is close to the market towns of Thirsk and Northallerton.
The traditional grassland farm – overlooking the Vale of Mowbray – comprises of a stone built, west facing farmhouse as well as a range of traditional and modern buildings, all set within 64 acres.
Thirsk-based estate agents, Bell Ingram, is now marketing the property for offers in the region of £750,000.
Derek Tyson, director of Bell Ingram’s Thirsk Office, said the farm complex – which dates back to the mid 1800’s – now offers plenty of scope for redevelopment as a residential property.
He said: “Fox Hall Farm is the perfect countryside retreat for those who have always dreamed of living in a farm setting in the North Yorkshire countryside.
“With its envious location, Fox Hill Farm offers both tranquil views and a base for people who enjoy the outdoors life.
“The surrounding countryside provides for a vast array of leisure activities. Both the Yorkshire Dales and the Yorkshire Moors National Park are within an hour’s drive, providing excellent opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding.
“The property is also located within the Bilsdale Hunt County which has held meets since the early 17th-century. This area of North Yorkshire is also known for its high quality of game shoots.
“Fox Hall Farm enjoys good transport links and is only a five-minute drive from the A19, making it a desirable pitch for the rural commuter.
“For those who have dreamt of living in a typical farm setting, there is also a traditional range of stone built farm buildings in a courtyard setting, including loose boxes, former dairy, former milking parlour, cubicles and granary.
“Properties of this calibre don’t come on the market too often and it definitely provides the ultimate opportunity for farm living.”
This substantial four bedroom farmhouse is laid on two floors and offers generous proportions and benefits from double glazing throughout. In addition, there is a telephone mast which provides an annual income of £6,500 and runs until 2021.
Viewings are strictly by appointment only so for more information and to register an interest in the property, prospective purchasers should contact Bell Ingram’s Thirsk office on 01845 522 095.
Unless previously sold, the property will go up for auction on May 21, 7pm at the Golden Fleece, Thirsk.
Established 112 years ago, Bell Ingram has 130 professional staff across 11 UK offices, including chartered surveyors, estate and forestry managers, architects, green energy specialists and estate agents.
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