Former farmhouse on the North York Moors
Constructed of herringbone cut stone elevations under a traditional pantile roof, Maltkiln House is a former farmhouse located in the hamlet of Urra in North Yorkshire.
With lots of period features which add character, the property does need some updating internally, but provides good living spaces including a sitting room, a beamed dining room, and a further first-floor sitting room. The ground floor also has a study, kitchen and three bedrooms. The first floor is reached by three separate staircases.
Accommodation in total comprises: three reception rooms, kitchen, study, five bedrooms and one bathroom, one house shower/wc and one en-suite shower.
Outside are the attractive, partly wooded grounds of around 1.8 acres with a paddock and a stone barn for conversion, subject to planning permission.
Nearby Chop Gate is a rural village at the top end of Bilsdale on the North side of the North York Moors, within easy reach of Yarm, Stokesley, Northallerton and the Tees valley. The village itself has a public house and a primary school. The surrounding area and National Park offer numerous outdoor activities and wonderful scenery.
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