A pretty residential farm with extensive traditional buildings ripe for diversification in a wonderful coastal position.
Beacon Farm is beautifully situated on the southern fringe of the North York Moors National Park, with wonderful coastal views that extend to the Scarborough Castle to the south.
The farmhouse is a substantial stone built property set at the heart of the farm with traditional farm buildings arranged in a courtyard to the south. To the north and west is a small lawn and garden surrounded by more traditional outbuildings and stores. The residential accommodation extends to approximately 2,200 sq ft of internal floor area.
Ground floor accommodation includes kitchen, pantry/utility room, dining room, sitting room and various attached outbuildings. The first floor includes two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor is built into the eaves of the property with some restricted headroom in places, still this space provides two additional bedrooms. The property requires a some renovation and updating, which could further enhance many of the attractive period features. The property has oil fired central heating and a mixture of double and single glazed windows.
To the south of the farmhouse is an extensive range of stone built traditional buildings arranged in a courtyard format, much of which are double height. These currently provide stables, garaging and stores, but were previously consent for conversion in to residential accommodation. This courtyard area has obvious potential for development (subject to the necessary consents) and could provide the ideal space to diversify the farm, making the most of the coastal position and tourism this brings to the locality.
Acreage: 8.35 Acres