£850,000 For Sale

Newton-On-Rawcliffe, Pickering

4 4 2



Entrance Hall

Sitting Room

Dining Room

Conservatory

Kitchen

Utility Room

Two Cloakrooms

Rear Lobby

Boiler Room

Four Bedrooms

(Master Dressing Rm/En Suite)

House Bathroom

Oil Central Heating

Double Glazing

Gardens

Garaging

Workshops

Stabling

Paddocks

Parking

Melrose Farm is on the Western side of the street and so falls outside the boundary of the National Park. It looks over the village with an Easterly Aspect and has its drive to the side of the house. This sizeable property is thought to date back to the 1800's and not only offers beautifully presented and spacious accommodation but can also boast a splendid range of useful outbuildings and stables, a manège and fenced paddocks of approximately 5 acres.

Inside the house there is a delightful Hovingham Interiors handmade kitchen and an oil fired aga. A sitting room with an inglenook fireplace and log burning stove is at the other end of the house and a front hall links this to a dining room and an adjoining conservatory that overlooks the rear garden. Additionally there are two ground floor cloakrooms, a utility and a boiler room that is also currently an excellent space for hobbies. To the first floor the master bedroom has a linking dressing room and en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms serviced by a high specification house bathroom.

Stepping out of the house onto the rear patio area there is a sizeable Westerly facing garden down mostly to lawn. This is flanked by a gravel drive allowing access to a wealth of outbuildings; the largest, a garage, having a first floor and with possible conversion potential (subject to relevant permissions). With its stabling, food stores, a manège and fenced paddocks this property is likely to appeal to purchasers with either equine and livestock interests. The paddocks having additional vehicular access from Keld Lane. There is also a well planned kitchen garden with green house and masses of parking.