Lockton, North York Moors National Park
- Farmhouse with two additional cottages
- Unrestricted occupancy on the cottage
- Healthy turnover and occupancy rates
- Barns with planning permission for conversion
- Set in nearly 2 acres of land
Please note that whilst the property currently operates as a holiday cottage complex, both Low Horcum View and Warren View have unrestricted full residential use and can be occupied permanently or let on a longer term assured short hold tenancy.
Dating back to the 18th Century Square Farm has the twin benefits of being both unlisted whilst still being in possession of much of its character, with exposed beams and charming original features throughout.
The farmhouse provides accommodation amounting to over 2,400 square feet and comprises, entrance hall, large sitting room with multi fuel stove set within a deep inglenook fireplace, dining room and front facing study. Breakfast kitchen, rear hall and utility room. Upstairs are three double bedrooms and a main house bathroom. To the rear is an enclosed and very sheltered courtyards area and to the front a south facing classic cottage garden frames the house perfectly.
To the rear of the farmhouse are a further range of traditional buildings which have planning permission for conversion to create a further pair of 1 bedroom cottages. In all the property sits within almost two acres of land and grounds.
Low Horcum View & Warren View are a pair of beautifully appointed properties converted from traditional outbuildings by the current owners. Both properties have been finished to an excellent standard with underfloor heating, oak joinery and carefully planned high specification accommodation providing attractive open plan living dining kitchens, two double bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms to each property. Each cottage enjoys attractive open views across the Moors towards Levisham, with outside space and private parking.
Lockton is an attractive and traditional rural village, located in beautiful countryside on the Southern edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park where the opportunity for outdoor pursuits is endless. The Market Town of Pickering is approximately 6 miles distant and is an attractive and thriving town with a wide range of amenities. The popular seaside town of Whitby lies only 12 miles to the north, in all Lockton is especially well placed for those looking to holiday in the area.
Lockton, North York Moors National Park
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Grosmont Station9.5 miles
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