- Grade II listed stone built farm house
- Set within the pretty hamlet of Ellerby
- A wealth of architectural character
- Open plan living space
- 0.7 acres of land comprising a paddock, gardens and driveway
- Underfloor heating to much of the ground floor
Hendersons introduce The Barn, a Grade II listed conversion set within the pretty hamlet of Ellerby just minutes from Runswick Bay.
The Barn dates back to the late 18th century and the stone-built building has remained a wealth of architectural character such as feature exposed beams, a split staircase, vaulted ceilings and Yorkshire stone flagged flooring all combined with modern amenities to the kitchen and bathroom, quality fixtures and fittings and underfloor heating to most of the ground floor.
The accommodation includes a welcoming reception hallway, which provides access to the garage which has further potential to be used as an additional bedroom subject to planning permission been obtained. There is an impressive open plan living kitchen that features an AGA and granite work tops and sea views. The stylish lounge/diner includes a large log burning stove and French doors that leads to the garden. This space is also open plan and currently features a study space and snooker table. There is a guest bedroom with shower room also on the ground floor. To the first floor there are three bedrooms together with a contemporary house bathroom all off the amazing feature gallery staircase.
The detached barn is sat in a generous plot of approximately 0.7 acres, comprising a paddock, lawned gardens and patio entertaining area, complete with a luxury hot tub. There is ample parking available with three separate areas and a large garage.
In the heart of beautiful surroundings with both coastline and country on your doorstep, this is a fantastic opportunity to own a beautiful detached, dwelling in a quiet rural location with distant sea views.
Currently a luxury holiday let, the on going bookings and contents can be negotiated. Properties of this nature and location are considered in high demand and we anticipate this to be no exception with the first viewing date of the 25th June.