A beautifully situated traditional small holding set in approximately 26 acres with excellent development potential, occupying a hillside position in the heart of the North York Moors, with exceptional views across the neighbouring valley.
Green End Farm offers an increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a largely unaltered and well maintained traditional small holding, incorporating a range of original farm buildings and land extending to around 26 acres (10.5 ha).
The main farm house and adjoining barn have been re-roofed and reconfigured in recent years but both retain their original character, as do the collection of outbuildings opposite. These include a former cattle barn, stables, stores and an open cart shed. All are in reasonable order and could continue to serve as they have done for many years, although there is a clear opportunity to convert part or all of the buildings into annexed accommodation for commercial or residential use (subject to the necessary planning permissions).
The farm house currently provides comfortable accommodation for a small family or couple but there is potential to expand the living space and bedrooms into the adjoining barn. The gardens lie between the house and outbuildings and are subdivided into a walled garden and small paddock with a steel framed barn at the far end. A small copse of trees marks the western boundary and the land lies to the north and east, extending downhill in a series of paddocks, dissected by a ribbon of woodland. There is an additional parcel of land across the railway line, equating to around 16.75 acres (6.7 ha) available by separate negotiation (Lot 2).
Green End itself is a small hamlet comprising of only a handful of traditional stone properties, scattered across the hillside in a very pretty stretch of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. The nearby villages of Goathland and Grosmont offer a useful range of local shops and services, Whitby and Pickering both being a relatively short drive away.