Home Farm House Marske

Marske, DL11 7LT

Home Farm has traditional features including open beams, latch doors and stone flagged floors blended with the comforts of oil fired central heating and a newly constructed conservatory with stunning views.

Marske is located on the eastern edge of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and is approximately six miles from the historic market town of Richmond.

The property has the ability to be sub-divided into two or more units (subject to the necessary consents). The range of attached and adjacent barns provide ample room to create a variety of potential conversions from dependent family units or perhaps a holiday business in this position within the Dales, to garages, storage and hobby rooms. The ranges extend to a substantial area and occupy a secure position to the rear of the house.

Briefly the property comprises: day room, main sitting room, dining room, further sitting room, further dining room, kitchen/breakfast, conservatory, utility, cloak room and shower room on the ground floor.

The first floor has five bedrooms and a bathroom.

There are beautiful gardens to the front and side.

A desirable family home situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the Dales National Park only five miles from Richmond town centre, with gardens, outbuildings.

Front Entrance Vestibule
Providing entry to:

Quarry tiled floor. Leading to:

Sitting Room/Day Room
Twin hearth serving the dining room and day room with opposing frontages through a solid fuel fire.

Main Sitting Room
4.58m x 3.60m
Understairs cupboard. Through entry to

Dining Room
4.58m x 3.57m
Quarry tiled floor, exposed beamed ceiling, views to garden. Through entry to

Further Sitting Room
3.63m x 3.57m
Stone fireplace with fully enclosed solid fuel fire, radiator, views to garden.

Further Dining Room
3.53m x 3.61m
To the southern extent. Beamed ceiling, radiator.

5.84m x 3.46m
To the rear. Wall and floor units, tiled splashbacks, tiles and carpeting to the floor, kitchen cooking range, two double radiators. Through entry to the conservatory or to the rear access.

5.84m x 3.46m
Double glazed, stone construction with inset double glazed panes giving superb views to the countryside beyond to the gardens.

Rear Entrance Vestibule
Providing entry to:

Rear Utility/Kitchen 2
3.30m x 2.31
One and a half bowl sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, tiled splashbacks, understairs cupboards with wardrobes.

Cloak Room
With cloak cupboard.

Ground Floor Shower Room
2.3m x 2.4m
Over sized shower, pedestal wash basin, radiator, separate electric towel radiator, obscured window, low level WC.

First Floor
Entered via two separate staircases.

Staircase 1
To the south, to:

Bedroom 1
4.61m x 3.64m
To the front, with lovely wide plank flooring, double radiators, views to the garden.

Bedroom 2
3.93m x 2.24m
To the rear, views to the south.

Radiator, entry to:

Mid Bedroom 3
3.74m x 3.60m
Overstairs wardrobe nook, radiator, cabinetted hand wash basin.

Mid Bedroom 4
3.61m x 3.57m
Inset shower, radiator.

Family Bathroom
3.71m x 2.23m
Free standing modern claw foot roll top bath, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, double radiator.

First Floor Landing
Currently sectioned off but can be opened up to provide entry to the second landing also entered via the second staircase, providing entry to:

Staircase 2

Bedroom 5
4.59m x 3.67m
Open beams, together with:

T-Fall Rear Store
6.19m x 2.34m

The gardens have been beautifully maintained. To the front is a beautiful sweeping lawned and bordered garden with monkey puzzle, fruit trees, herbaceous and rockery based planting.

The side garden can be accessed from the conservatory.

To the rear is a courtyard entered via shared access from the north. The buildings create a courtyard effect to include:

1. A traditional range of byres and storehouses with loft over to the north (external dimensions 9.5m x 5.0m X2 storeys) providing a wealth of opportunities.

2. A further arrangement (11.7m x 5.4m) comprising cow shed and general storage/stables.

3. To the south side of the yard is a further loose house (11.7m x 5.24m).
All three give ample opportunity for conversion or adaption to either ancillary use to the house or business/other domestic accommodation.

The courtyard provides a warm homely feel to the rear of the house and provides adequate room for parking. There is much opportunity possible for re-development for inclusion within the house, in addition to the farm buildings, to form a business venture such as tourism based activities (subject to the necessary consents).

Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Addisons Chartered Surveyors
T: 01833 638094


  • Home Farm House Marske

  • Marske DL11
  • £ 595,000


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