Features

  • Delightful Period Farmhouse
  • Beautiful Gardens
  • Includes 8 Acres
  • Substantial Outbuildings And Barns
  • Potential For Further Development
  • Ideal For Those Who Run A Business From Home
  • Ideal for Equestrian Use

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Situated in one of the most desirable parts of Holderness this period farmhouse offers four bedroom accommodation with three receptions plus enormous potential for further development. The property includes a substantial range of brick built barns and steel framed buildings and 8 acres of land. Ideal for those who run a business from home or equestrian use. The property has been the subject of recent investment to include a new roof and new double glazed windows throughout.

Summary    Situated in one of the most desirable parts of Holderness this period farmhouse offers four bedroom accommodation with three receptions plus enormous potential for further development. The property includes a substantial range of brick built barns and steel framed buildings and 8 acres of land. Ideal for those who run a business from home or equestrian use. The property has been the subject of recent investment to include a new roof and new double glazed windows throughout.

Location    The highly regarded rural village of Halsham lies approximately twelve miles to the east of the city of Hull within convenient distance of the East Coast, being set within the Plain of Holderness within easy commuting distance of Kingston upon Hull. The village of Halsham can be approached from the A1033 Hedon Road by taking the B1362 or continuing along the A1033 to Ottringham, then taking a northerly turn to the village which lies within a short driving time

Accommodation    The accommodation is arranged on the ground and one upper floor and can be seen in more detail on the dimensioned floorplan. The outline of the land area is shown on the land plan and briefly comprises as follows.

Main House

Entrance Reception 17'7" x 10'2" (5.36m x 3.1m).

Cloakroom/WC    Corner vanity wash hand basin.

Lounge 16'6" x 14' (5.03m x 4.27m). Double French doors enjoy a delightful outlook over the garden, large understairs storage cupboard, inset wood burning stove. Connecting door to the...

Sitting Room 14'6" x 14'2" (4.42m x 4.32m). Recessed fireplace and wood burning stove.

Dining Kitchen 16'4" x 14'3" (4.98m x 4.34m). Includes a range of floor and wall cabinets with complementing worktops and double drainer stainless steel sink unit.

Utility Space 19'9" x 17'3" (6.02m x 5.26m). As shown on the floorplan it is connected to the house and offers enormous potential for further development.

Office 13'8" x 12'9" (4.17m x 3.89m). With access to store room.

First Floor

Landing

Bedroom 1 14'3" x 13'6" (4.34m x 4.11m). With a range of fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom 2 16'2" x 14'3" (4.93m x 4.34m). Includes fitted wardrobe.

Bedrooms 3 & 4 16'5" x 14' (5m x 4.27m). Have currently been knocked through to create a large bedroom.

Bathroom 12'2" x 10'2" (3.7m x 3.1m). Includes a four piece suite comprising panelled bath, independent shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. plus linen cupboard.

Outside    The house stands particularly well with a wide road frontage and high mature hedging providing considerable privacy from the road. A sweeping tree lined driveway leads to a turn around area and multiple parking spaces. The beautifully manicured grounds include a multitude of mature trees and shrubs and provides and idyllic setting for this fine period house.

Outbuildings & Barns    There is a substantial range of outbuildings which include a range of traditional brick built barns approximately 2,500 sq.ft. overall which also offer enormous potential for conversion to additional dwellings, holiday lets etc, subject to the necessary consent. There is a large covered fold yard behind which is a further range of former farm buildings which include three large steel framed grain stores with a 15 ft. eaves height approx 6,000 sq.ft., plus two additional steel framed barns approximately 1800 sq.ft.

Double Glazing    The property has the benefit of UPVC double glazed windows.

Council Tax    Council Tax is payable to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. From verbal enquiries we are advised that the property is shown in the Council Tax Property Bandings List in Valuation Band D.*

Fixtures & Fittings    Certain fixtures and fittings may be purchased with the property but may be subject to separate negotiation as to price.

Disclaimer    *The agent has not had sight of confirmation documents and therefore the buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.

Viewings    Strictly by appointment with the sole agents.

Mortgages    We will be pleased to offer independent advice regarding a mortgage for this property, details of which are available from our Fine and Country Office on 01482 420999. Independent advice will be given by Licensed Credit Brokers. Written quotations on request. Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.

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Last Modified 24/03/2020

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