A delightful Grade II listed home with abundance of outside space set in a wonderful area of God's own Country.
Low House is a Grade II listed former farmhouse, dating back to around 1673 set in the heart of the North York Moors National Park with breath-taking views of rolling countryside.
This much loved family home extends to 2551 sq ft with four individual reception rooms, in particular is the panelled family room with parquet flooring and a log burner. The sitting room has a bay window overlooking the south facing side garden. The garden room is west facing with a door leading on to the terraced patio with wonderful views to Westerdale. The dining room has a serving hatch through to the kitchen with handmade units and an Aga.
To the first floor there are 5 bedrooms, one with an en suite and a family bathroom.
The garden is south west facing and has been lovingly landscaped by the current owners boasting a rose garden, vegetable area, an orchard with apple, pear and cherry trees, as well as a couple of lawned terraces. In addition there is a summer house and greenhouse.
The property sits in about 14 acres with 6 separate grass paddocks and some woodland, there is a wooden stable with store and separate barn with yard area. Opposite the house is a single garage and there are common rights to the Moor.
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.
Subsidies & Grants
The land is registered on the Rural Land Registry and is sold with the benefit of Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) Entitlements at no additional cost. The Entitlements are currently held by and will be claimed in 2019 by the vendor, who will assist with transfer of Entitlements to the purchaser(s) in readiness for the 2020 claim. There will be a charge of £100 plus VAT for transfer to the successful purchaser(s). The land is not currently entered into any Countryside Stewardship Schemes.
Photos taken May 2018
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To find a house with land in such an idyllic spot is so rare.Ben Pridden