Price guide £1,050,000 For Sale

Hartoft, Pickering

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Four traditional stone built cottages and forty acres of pasture and woodland in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors.

Key Features

  • Four Traditional Stone Built Cottages
  • 40 Acres of Pasture and Woodland
  • Outbuildings, Good Sized Garden and Parking
  • Located in the North Yorkshire Moors and surrounded by Idyllic Countryside

4 Linked Stone Built Cottages

Approx 40 Acres of Land

Outbuildings, Good Sized Garden and Parking

Idyllic Countryside Views

Located in the North York Moors

No Onward Chain

A former farmstead, Low Farm is located near Hartoft, a small hamlet in the heart of the North York Moors National Park looking over Cropton Forest and surrounded by beautiful countryside with enviable views. Low Farm is made up of four traditional style stone built cottages; The Farmhouse, The Croft, The Cottage, The Bothy and approximately 40 acres of pasture and woodland.
Each property briefly comprises:
The Farmhouse - A large farmhouse kitchen/dining area, separate lounge with log burner, two double bedrooms and bathroom.
The Croft - An open plan barn conversion with a combined kitchen/living area, two double bedrooms and bathroom.
The Cottage - Lounge area with log burner, kitchen/dining area and two bedrooms both with en-suites.
The Bothy - Kitchen/living area and bedroom with an ensuite.
Externally there is a good sized garden and plenty of parking, with further outbuildings and approximately 40 acres of pasture and woodland.

Hartoft is set in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors, surrounded by lovely walks and terrific views over the surrounding forest and countryside. The Village Rosedale Abbey is close by (2 miles) which has a small primary school, tea room, sandwich shop and village green. Rosedale Show is also held in the village each August and attracts 5,000 visitors.
The Market Towns of Kirbymoorside and Pickering are further afield ( 9 and 11 miles) and host a range of further amenities including pubs, shops, schools, health services and eateries. Malton is a half an hour drive away which facilitates a train station with excellent transport links to York, The Coast and London, which can be reached in under 2 hours.

Low Farm is currently run as holiday cottages and the vendor will continue to operate as such. Vacant possession of the whole can be arranged or the purchaser can continue with the holiday lettings.

Services: Mains electricity. Private water supply. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Tenure: We are informed the property is freehold and that vacant possession will be given on completion.

The Land: The land benefits from the North York Moors Conservation Scheme to manage hay meadows, upland pasture and conservation woodland - further details are available on request.

Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Agents
Rounthwaite & Woodhead
53 Market Place, Malton. Tel: 01653 600747

Council Tax: Band D

EPCs: All E