A unique opportunity to acquire a Grade II listed farmhouse in need of modernisation set in approx. 6.62 acres and with a range of outbuildings and barns with potential for development (STPP). Being situated between Allerthorpe Golf Club and Allerthorpe Lakeland Park, makes it an ideal location if you are looking to utilise the brick outbuildings as possible holiday cottages.
If you are looking for a lifestyle change this is the perfect location to enjoy rural living yet be within easy reach of major road and rail networks.
Entering through the large garden room, the farmhouse has good sized accommodation. The dining kitchen has a walk-in pantry and utility room off. The living room has a log burner in Inglenook style fireplace, and French doors to the fully enclosed kitchen garden. A sizeable dining room has a log burner and parquet flooring. From the inner hall there is a rear porch onto the enclosed rear garden, and storerooms and workshop.
To the first floor are four bedrooms a study/dressing room and bathroom. One of the bedrooms has a mezzanine floor and French doors with Juliette balcony overlooking the kitchen garden. To the end of the inner hall is an area that is ideal as an annexe. Formerly used as a studio it has a kitchenette and shower room. There is a storeroom off which leads to a barn that could be developed or incorporated into the current farmhouse. Access to the barn is also from the rear garden.
Access to Low Farm is via a driveway leading to the front of the property that is lawned with mature trees and shrubs. There is a lovely wooded area with wildlife pond. To the east is the range of piggeries, stables, stores and a Dutch barn.
South east of the property lies the parcels of land. Two fields are currently let on a short-term contract growing Christmas trees. The remaining land is left to grass.
There are 18 solar panels with a FIT, situated on the easterly boundary of the property.
The diverse opportunities available with Low Farm can only really be appreciated by viewing.