Howe House Farm, Egton - Traditional farm house with outbuildings and paddocks - To Let
A wonderful detached property with extensive courtyard of outbuildings and spectacular views over the Esk Valley. The house has an 1889 date stone, with sandstone construction and slate roof. The property has been renovated and incorporates some traditional period features such as cast-iron fireplaces in the bedrooms, and now makes for an outstanding family home. In all the property extends to about 1,445 sq ft.
Ground floor accommodation includes; kitchen/dining room with a range of fitted units incorporating an electric oven and hob, integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer, this room also has a log burning stove, sitting room with log burning stove, utility room, shower room with w/c and wash basin, porch with cloakroom.
First floor accommodation includes; four double bedrooms with a family bathroom comprising w/c wash basin and bath with shower over.
A Worcester oil fired central heating boiler provides the central heating. There is a mixture of double and single glazed windows. The property is approached by a shared farm track linked to a large parking area north of the property and a pretty garden which encompasses the south of the house, bordered by a stone wall and a small stone outhouse.
Traditional Farm Buildings North and west of the farmhouse is an extensive range of traditional stone built farm buildings (over 2,360 sq ft), predominantly single height with mezzanines above part. The arrangement makes for a private and sheltered courtyard to the north of the property. These buildings currently provide stabling for up to four horses and general storage.
Land This comprises about 5.78 acres in all. The grass paddocks are bound by a newly erected pig net and 2 strand barbed wire fence.
EPC Rating E43.
Rent £2,000 PCM
All enquiries and to arrange a viewing call Julie Brickley at the Estate Office on 01947 893239
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