- A large farmhouse & 2 outbuildings with one having permission for conversion
- 4 bedrooms to the farmhouse
- A cosy, rustic feel with characterful features such as stone floors and fireplaces
- Village amenities including shops, cafes and village pubs
- A sunny central courtyard and there will be a seating area belonging to the property to be converted
- EPC rating N/A
Situated in the popular coast-meets-country village of Hinderwell, you will find this delightful, Grade II Listed farm house with attached 1-bed annex with planning permission to be converted into a potentially successful holiday let.
This is a rare opportunity for someone looking a traditional country home with the added benefit of additional income with the holiday let.
This fascinating period house comprises, to the ground floor, of an entrance hall and a spacious kitchen/diner with a Rayburn cooker which provides hot water and runs the central heating system, a useful utility room, a cosy lounge with a log burning stove set within an ornate fireplace and a reception room which would be suitable for a variety of uses including a study, dining room or playroom.
The first floor continues to impress with having 4 good sized bedrooms, a useful under-stair cupboard and a large bathroom with a white suite comprising a bath (with shower), a hand basin and wc.
The top floor (attic level) is made up of 2 large rooms which could be converted into additional bedrooms (following obtaining any relevant permissions).
With character features throughout, this is a house with a truly homely feel.
The adjacent stone building (number 52) now has planning permission approved for holiday cottage with its own private seating area. This will become an outstanding house and the plans incorporate a glazed gable and a mezzanine level from where views over the breath-taking, surrounding countryside will be enjoyed. The current vendors have begun the work on the property having re-roofed the building with pan-tiles and reclaimed slate, treated all the timbers and carried out work on both gable ends. All work done, so far, has been approved and signed off by 'Building Regulations' This building has a separate water and electric supply.
With some restoration and depending on the specification of the cottage, the estimated potential income could be £314 a week going up to £690-£745 a week in summer and then £740-£800 for Christmas and new year.
The stone and pantile building, located to the rear of the properties, is believed to have originally been the main farmhouse and has a date stone over the door ‘1726’.
There are 2 rooms of generous proportions, a WC and a store room which can be accessed internally or from the courtyard.
These 2 buildings, along with the stone building, surround a sunny, central courtyard and lawned area.
A driveway runs in-between both buildings allowing ample parking.
Occupying a unique coastal position in the North York Moors National Park, ‘stones throw’ from local beaches, and less than eight miles to historic fishing port of Whitby, the location is ideal with amenities including shops, cafes and village pubs, nearby and the coast not far away.
A few minutes drive up the road – you will find the popular and historic village of Staithes with its golden, sandy beach.
We highly recommend closer inspection in order to appreciate all this characterful house, and its outbuildings, have to offer.