Great Broughton, Stokesley, North Yorkshire, TS9
Solomons Porch and The Granary comes onto the market due to the Vendors, Mr & Mrs Leach making the decision to down-size from the property at the foothills of the Cleveland Hills. Rarely does a property of this quality, character, nature and location come onto the market. Solomons Porch and the Granary represents a unique opportunity to purchase two well-appointed country properties with such potential to extend, develop and diversify in this very picturesque part of North Yorkshire.
Solomons Porch and The Granary is extremely well situated south of the popular and thriving market town of Stokesley. Stokesley provides a traditional market town high street with a range of amenities including pubs and restaurants. It stands superbly with panoramic views of open countryside and the Cleveland Hills, Roseberry Topping and Captain Cooks Monument. The property occupies a stunning rural location situated along a shared road. Solomons Porch and the Granary are well placed on the edge of the North York Moors National Park and within easy reach of the North Yorkshire Coast Line.
The local market town of Stokesley is approximately 4 miles to the north and the market towns of Guisborough, Yarm and Northallerton are all within easy commuting distance. The larger centres of Tyneside, Leeds and York are all within an hour of the property.
Solomons Porch and The Granary comprises a totally unique opportunity to purchase two country residences set in approximately 15 acres of land together with a wildlife pond. The whole property is edged red on the attached plan. Both Solomons Porch and The Granary extend to over 3,300 sq ft of accommodation with further potential to extend, subject to obtaining the necessary planning permission.
Both properties are immaculately presented and are of a period sandstone construction under a pantile roof. The property has been recently renovated to a high standard with handmade Oak double glazed windows, stone and Oak flooring, oil fired central heating with under-floor heating. The house incorporates original features including a J.D Thompson cast-iron range and exposed beamed ceilings.
Solomons Porch and The Granary are complimented by a beautiful south and north facing lawned gardens.
There is a range of attached outbuildings comprising Utility Room, Garden Stores and Outside W.C.
The land is divided up into four useful size paddocks which provide ideal grazing for horses and ponies. There is a most useful agricultural building with the potential to convert in stables.
Great Broughton, Stokesley, North Yorkshire, TS9
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Battersby Station3.1 miles
- Great Ayton Station4.4 miles
- Kildale Station4.8 miles
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