West Acre Lodge is an unspoiled five-bedroom Grade II early 19th century Yorkshire stone farmhouse which has been acclaimed in particular for its architecture. The property is a classic Georgian farmhouse with a traditional layout, open fires and flagstone floors.
Attached to the property is a typical square fold yard of stone loose boxes, stables, a substantial stone barn and byre continuing on to the mill shed and granary, and the former joiner’s workshop, which has now been converted into a cottage.
Sporting rights are included and the house is close to local hunts including the Bilsdale Hunt.
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The property comes with 76 acres of undulating grassland, woodlands and stream in the wonderful North York Moors National Park. The farm sits high on a hill, with superb long-distance views to the Hambleton Hills and the Vale of York.
Located five miles from the market town of Thirsk, and 27 miles from York itself, the property is secluded but not completely isolated.
The guide price is £1,600,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01423 530088 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.