Stainton Hall Farm & Development, Danby, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2JH | Property for sale | Savills
0.93 Ac(0.38 Ha)
Guide price £900,000(€1,056,683)

Stainton Hall Farm & DevelopmentDanby, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2JH


    Key features

    • Detached five bedroom farmhouse requiring renovation
    • Traditional farm buildings with consent for three dwellings
    • Consented three bedroom new build
    • Prime National Park location
    • Outstanding views over the Esk Valley
    • In all the site extends to about 0.93 acre

    An excellent village farmhouse and residential redevelopment opportunity in the heart of the North York Moors National Park.

    About this property

    • Stainton Hall Farmhouse is an attractive, detached period property of ample proportions set in a wonderful elevated position close to the centre of the village, south of the farmyard and buildings.

      Built in sandstone with a slate roof, the property requires full refurbishment and improvement, but many period and traditional features remain and could be renovated and incorporated to suit a purchaser's taste. In all, the internal accommodation currently extends to almost 2,900 sq ft. The ground floor accommodation comprises entrance hall leading to kitchen, sitting room with fireplace, two utility rooms, pantry and boot room. The first floor of the property includes bathroom and five bedrooms, of which the south facing bedrooms benefit from views across the countryside and river beyond. The second floor is currently divided into two rooms of generous proportions. The planning consent for the redevelopment of the property creates a superb home with open plan living spaces on the ground floor, study, five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

      The property is flanked to the west by mature trees which provide natural screening, encircled by dry stone walls and a lawn garden to the south, with open fields and countryside beyond.

      Traditional buildings and new build planning consent.

      The extensive range of stone built, traditional farm buildings to the north of the farmhouse total over 7,350 sq ft. These buildings incorporate some wonderful original features and details, currently providing general farm storage.

      The farm buildings benefit from approved planning consent for the demolition of modern outbuildings, construction of one principal residence new dwelling and the conversion of stone outbuildings to three principal residence dwellings with associated access, parking, amenity spaces and landscaping works together with construction of a double garage to serve the existing farmhouse.

      The application permits the consented farm building conversion and new build property to principal residential dwellings and for no other purpose including any other use in Class C3 of the Schedule to the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 2020 (or in any provision equivalent to that Class in any statutory instrument revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification). The properties shall be the only or principal home of the main occupant and it shall be occupied by the main occupant for at least 80% of the calendar year in the event that the main occupant occupies more than one property. The property shall not be occupied by the main occupant as a second home. The occupants shall supply to the local planning authority (within 14 days of the local planning authority's request to do so) such information as the local planning authority may reasonably require in order to determine compliance with this condition. For the avoidance of doubt the property shall not be used as a single unit of holiday letting accommodation.

      Full details are available on the North York Moors National Park planning portal using reference NYM/2022/0567, alternatively copy documents can be forwarded on request.

      Notwithstanding the current planning consent, the buildings could form part of some ancillary accommodation to the main farmhouse to create an extensive and unique dwelling or alternatively could provide office space, storage, equestrian facilities or other amenity use, subject to the necessary consents.

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    Local information

    • The North York Moors National Park stretches across a vast swath of moorland, dales and coastline, with some magnificent landscapes, towns and villages.
    • The A171 gives access to Whitby, Guisborough and Scarborough, with the A169 linking to Pickering, Malton and York via the A64. Guisborough and Whitby provide a wider ange of shops and amenities for both locals and visitors to the area, and Danby railway station is less than a mile from the property, linking Whitby to Middlesborough and the wider rail network.
    • The property is situated within the centre of Danby village, an enviable position from which to take advantage of popular locations which the National Park is renowned for. Danby village benefits from a village store, public house, doctors surgery and historic church, framed by the River Esk meandering along the southern edge of the village.

    Additional information

    • Tenure - Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
    • Method of Sale - The property is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole, the agents reserve the right to conclude negotiations by any other means at their discretion.
    • Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage.
    • Council Tax - Band E
    • EPC Rating - Band G
    • Covenants, Easements and Rights of Way - The property will be sold subject to all covenants, easements and rights of way whether specifically mentioned in these particulars or not. The vendors will reserve a right of way across the Plot 1 and 5 access track to retained land to the east with maintenance contributions according to user.
    • Planning - The traditional farm buildings benefit from planning consent for the conversion of agricultural barns to 3 no. principal residence dwellings with associated amenity spaces, landscaping works and parking, use of and alterations to 2 no. barns for storage and parking and creation of parking.
    • Full details are available on the North York Moors National Park planning portal using reference NYM/2022/0567, alternatively copy documents can be forwarded on request.
    • Sales Conditions - The new owner will require written consent/approval from the vendor on any future planning, alterations,
    • extensions and new buildings.
    • Mineral Rights - The mineral rights are reserved from the sale.
    • EPC Rating: G