Attractive Victorian farmhouse to modernise, range of traditional buildings with potential and 3 acre paddock.
Station Farm is very accessible lying almost midway between the villages of Lockington and Aike (2 miles) with the property itself lying to the north side of Station Road to the west of the railway crossing. The A164 trunk road is approximately 0.7 miles west of the property from where there is easy access to Beverley which lies approximately 5.5 miles to the south.
Station Farm comprises an attractive two storey Victorian house, originally the Duke of Wellington public house. Offering potential to create a family home of around 3,000 sq ft if the adjoining external rooms (see floorplan) are incorporated. The house which is brick built under a tile roof includes well-proportioned rooms retaining a number of period architectural features including cornicing and fireplaces. Whilst the house requires modernisation the potential is considerable.
To the west of the house is a range of attractive traditional farm buildings of single and double storey construction offering potential for a variety of domestic, equestrian, storage, office, workshop and possibly residential use subject to obtaining the necessary consents. The property as a whole is further supported by inclusion of an adjoining three acre paddock and orchard which adds to the potential and rarity of the opportunity.
The property is offered for sale as a whole and in total sits within a site area of about 4.2 acres.
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale as a whole by private treaty. Prospective purchasers are encouraged to register their interest with Savills as soon as possible. The selling agents reserve the right to conclude negotiations by any other means.
VAT will be payable on the paddock and former farm buildings but not the element of value attributed to the house.
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