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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Bridge Farm, Yedingham, Near Malton

Sold STC £399,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Imposing stone built family house
  • Grade II listed
  • Retains many attractive and interesting features
  • Three reception rooms
  • Six bedrooms plus additional storage rooms
  • Stands in nearly half an acre
  • Ample parking and double garage
  • Gas fired central heating
  • Gardens extending down to the River Derwent
  • Excellent B & B potential

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Bridge Farm is an imposing detached Grade II listed former farmhouse constructed of mellow stone under a double pitched pantile roof. The property occupies a prominent position within the village and the grounds of the property approach nearly half an acre and extend down to the River Derwent. There are six generously sized bedrooms arranged over two floors which provide super family accommodation with plenty of storage space. There is potential to run bed and breakfast or convert the top floor into a self contained flat. The current owners have recently undertaken major remedial work on the property including repointing the chimney stacks, new kneelers finished with lime mortar pointing. The property retains many interesting and architectural features including sash windows, dressed stone window surrounds and keystones, an abundance of structural timbers, the most notable are believed to have originated from the keel of a Whitby Whaler, along with attractive fireplaces to the reception rooms. The property benefits from gas fired central heating which is run on three zones, this is supplied by the Rayburn but is also supplemented by the gas fired central heating boiler.

The present house dates principally from the mid seventeenth century with a significant late 1800s extension but is believed to have earlier origins possibly dating back to Elizabethan times. Local records show that it was occupied as a farm in 1639 and then became a Coaching Inn (The Grapes) in the mid eighteenth century before becoming used as part of the village post office as indicated by the post box in the front elevation.

Outside the property stands in grounds approaching half an acre with the garden gently extending down to the River Derwent. The garden has been tastefully planted over the years and hosts a variety of flowering plants and shrubs. There is an orchard area and vegetable plot overlooking the river. A range of traditional stone outbuildings borders the main garden. The property also benefits from a detached double garage with power and light and ample parking on a gravelled driveway.

Yedingham is a well situated and pretty village providing good access to the A170 and A64. The market town of Malton is 11miles, Pickering is 8 miles and access to Scarborough and the coast is 12 miles distant. Within the village there is a public house, Church and village hall. The property can be identified by our 'For Sale' board.

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Added on Rightmove:
28 September 2013


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