Beautifully situated grass farm with Grade II listed house and Barns lying within the Nidderdale AONB offering considerable potential
Brimham Hall Farm is a beautifully situated grass farm lying within a ring fence to the west of Brimham Rocks Road, approximately 2 miles North West of Burnt Yates and the B6165 Ripley to Pateley Bridge road. The farm lies in unspoilt countryside within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is also only two miles from the Brimham Rocks National Trust tourist attraction. The property benefits from good access on to the A61 at Ripley (5 miles) and from there North to Ripon or South to Harrogate (9 miles).The farm has considerable historic connections lying on the site of Brimham Grange which belonged to Fountains Abbey. The traditional stone farm buildings incorporate 16th century architectural features and large gothic reliefs. The extensive range of more modern farm buildings are well suited for farmers or those with equestrian interests.
The farm which extends to approximately 125.85 acres lies within a ring fence and has until very recently been farmed
commercially as a dairy unit. The land which generally lies between 160 190 metres above sea level and is nearly all mowable for hay or silage and is divided into good sized fields with access either off the public highway to the East or the central farm access track. Amenity value is enhanced by the mature trees adjoining the beck which runs through the middle of the farm.
A three bedroom south facing stone built farmhouse with private gardens situated to the south end of the buildings. The accommodation which is shown on the floorplan includes ground floor entrance porch, kitchen, dining room and sitting room at the ground floor, in addition to which there is a cellar. There is an office at mezzanine level and two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, box room and bathroom on the first floor. The house which was reroofed only 20 years ago requires some modernisation but retains attractive period features including dressed stone fireplaces, stone flagged floors, oak doors and benefits from high beamed ceilings.
Cottage and Traditional Buildings
An attractive and substantial range of Grade II listed buildings lie around the central open courtyard with a footprint totalling around 7,736 sq ft (see floor plan) including the traditional stone barns adjoining stores, cattle shelter and former cottage (reroofed 2000). The buildings lend themselves to redevelopment subject to obtaining planning consents.
Modern Farm Buildings
The modern farm buildings which were utilised by the dairy herd adjoin the northern end of the stone barns and include the block built parlour (95 m2) with adjoining 6 bay timber framed cubicle house (302 m2) and adjoining 5 Bay steel portal framed building (approx. 333m2). In addition there is an off lying 4 bay steel portal framed, high eaves general purpose shed (278 m2). There is also an outdoor arena (approx. 38m x 19m) and slurry tank with capacity for 100,000 gallons. (obsolete)
Rights of Way, Easements & Wayleaves
The property is sold subject to, and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way, public and
private whether specifically mentioned or not. A public footpath leads to the western boundary of the farm from the farm buildings passing to the south of the farmhouse gardens.
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