Poplar Farm stands in approx 17 acres with conservation and wildlife appeal situated in a truly delightful position within the heart of the North York Moors National Park commanding outstanding views. The detached farmhouse offers considerable potential to enlarge together with an extensive range of traditional outbuildings providing further potential. The traditional farm buildings provide potential for livestock and stabling, we understand one of the buildings previously had planning consent for a holiday cottage and it is understood the barn attached to the house has planning in situ for a 1 bedroom annexe.
DIRECTIONS/LOCATION The property is located just north of Thorgill a rural hamlet in the heart of the North York Moors National Park.
Best found by heading up Chimney Bank from Rosedale Abbey and opposite the White Horse Inn take a right turn towards Thorgill. From this point the property is a further 1.7 miles found by continuing through those properties within Thorgill the last being the former chapel and continue for a further few hundred metres until reaching an open gate and forking left for Poplar Farm.
COUNCIL TAX Band D £1,834.02
SERVICES Mains electric, private water supply and septic tank drainage.
LIVING ROOM 18' 4" x 14' 9" (5.6m x 4.5m) Front and rear windows and French Doors out, wood burning stove, radiators, stairs off to first floor.
KITCHEN/DINER 18' 11" x 15' 9" (5.8m x 4.8m) Front and rear windows, base and wall units, wood burning stove, radiators, front stable door, stairs off to first floor .
UTILITY ROOM 12' 6" x 5' 2" (3.8m x 1.6m) Rear stable door, LPG boiler, plumbed for a washing machine,
MASTER BEDROOM & ENSUITE 22' 3" x 13' 9" (6.8m x 4.2m) Front, side and rear windows, walk-in wardrobe, built-in cupboard, radiator. Four piece suite, over bath shower, rear window, radiator.
BEDROOM 15' 1" x 9' 3" (4.6m x 2.8m) Front and rear windows, radiator, corner bath with shower, wash hand basin.
BEDROOM 15' 1" x 8' 10" (4.6m x 2.7m) Front window, radiator, ensuite WC.
FRONT GARDEN Sheltered garden with mature borders.
REAR GARDEN Mainly laid to lawn.
STORE/BARN 19' 8" x 15' 9" (6.0m x 4.8m) Attached to the western side of the house, this is believed to have planning in situ for a one bedroom annexe.
GOAT HOUSE/STORE 18' 8" x 18' (5.7m x 5.5m) Stable door, concrete floor.
STABLES/STORE 19' 7" x 20' 7" (6.0m x 6.3m) Five stables, preparation store area, stone flagged floor.
OUTBUILDING 10' 2" x 8' 5" (3.1m x 2.6m) A brick building with Perspex roof with concrete floor, electric and light.
BRICK BUILDING/STABLES 85' 9" x 18' (26.1m x 5.5m) Brick and pantile building situated in two parts, an open lambing shed and a stable area with three loosebox/stables. This would convert into a superb dwelling or holiday cottage subject to planning permission.
LAND Approximately 17 acres mainly grassland giving conservation and wildlife appeal. The current owners have planted a range of trees during their tenure, we believe this includes mixed deciduous including Ash, Sweet Chestnut, Oak, Field Maple, Willow and Poplar. There is also a variety of fruit trees including we believe Plum, Apple, Hazel and Quinces. The current owners choose not to claim entitlements.