Park House Farm occupies a very private and secluded position in the heart of Lower Nidderdale, beautifully hidden from public view. Whilst occupying such a fantastic country setting, the surrounding towns of Harrogate and Pateley Bridge and the city of Ripon are all within easy driving distance and provide an excellent range of everyday facilities. For the commuter, the commercial centres of Leeds, Bradford and York are within daily traveling distance and the railway station in Harrogate connects directly with Mainline stations in York and Leeds, giving access to London’s Kings Cross to the south and Edinburgh to the north. The property is situated close to some stunning scenery including Brimham Rocks, Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Deer Park and Water Garden – a renowned world heritage site.
Park House Farm is an outstanding detached country property which originally dates back to 1840 and which has been painstakingly restored, skilfully extended and thoroughly modernised by the owners during their 13 year tenure.
It provides superbly proportioned family accommodation and occupies a quite outstanding setting, sitting almost centrally amidst 58 acres (24 ha) of land. It enjoys beautiful views over picturesque countryside and affords significant privacy and tranquillity.
The accommodation is arranged over two floors and includes a reception hall, library, sitting room, family room, snug, dining room, breakfast kitchen, shower room/cloakroom, utility room, boot room and a secondary cloakroom. On the first floor is a landing, principal bedroom with a dressing room and an en suite shower room, two further bedrooms and a house bathroom. A secondary staircase leads up from the side hall to a guest bedroom which has an en suite shower room and an adjacent sixth bedroom/study.
In addition to the main house, there is a self contained cottage with provides excellent ancillary accommodation for guests/visitors or which could also be utilised for separate letting purposes. It provides accommodation arranged over two floors and includes a hall, sitting room, kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room.
Outside, the property is approached via a sweeping drive which leads through the land, culminating in a parking area to the front of the property. The setting is particularly appealing with a large south facing flagged terrace affording complete privacy and overlooking a picturesque orchard and grassland beyond. Leading off the courtyard are a range of useful outbuildings including an open fronted barn, store with a studio room/gym above and a charming garden room which enjoys a beautiful outlook. To the north there is a substantial agricultural building providing an ideal facility for those with equestrian/livestock interests.