Grade II Listed farmhouse, stone barns and paddock in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Field House is a Grade II Listed traditional stone built farmhouse believed to date back to the mid-18th century. The house which is two storey is built of gritstone with stone slate roof and has attractive mullion Windows. The house which requires updating and modernisation provides accommodation extending to approximately 1,571sqft (146msq) including kitchen, dining room, sitting room, staircase hall and cloakroom on the ground floor together with three double bedrooms, a single bedroom and house bathroom on the first floor. (See floor plan)
Adjacent to the house is a stone Barn approximately 10m x 5.8m (B on plan) offering potential for conversion to provide additional accommodation subject to obtaining necessary planning consents.
There is a further offset two storey stone barn approximately 5.12m x 6.5m (C on plan) again offering potential for a variety of uses subject to planning consent. In addition to the traditional stone buildings are excellent kennels (D on plan) together with a potential workshop, feed room and store (E on plan).
The property is set within approximately 2.6 acres including two good sized paddocks further enhancing the appeal of the property.
If approaching from the Harrogate direction on the A59 turn right on the B6451 at the far end of the Menwith Hill Base. Continue straight across the first crossroads on to Hardgroves Hill then take the 2nd left onto Low Lane (1 mile) before turning right on to Dairy Lane (0.7 miles). The property lies to the north of Low Lane and east of Dairy Lane with the access off Dairy Lane.
Strictly by appointment through the selling agent Savills York 01904 617 800.
The house and Barn are Grade II Listed and are described as Menwith Field House and attached Barn. List entry number - 1262789 Listed in March 1987.
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