A beautifully positioned 4 bedroom detached home with superb equestrian facilities and additional 2 bedroom annexe accommodation, sitting centrally within approximately 23 acres of paddocks and woodland on the edge of the village of Thornton-le-Beans.
Awmack House is situated in a stunning positon overlooking superb views of the Vale of York, sitting on the fringe of the village of Thornton-le-Beans near Northallerton. A beautiful and convenient location, the village holds a number of
amenities including a well-regarded public house, a church, a village hall and a regular local bus route. The nearby centre of Northallerton offers a wide range of shops and facilities, with Thirsk and Bedale also a short distance away. For the commuter, mainline rail services from Northallerton station provide access to local routes and the national network, with regular direct services to London via York, whilst the village also has good access to local, regional and national road networks, via the nearby A19 and A1(M).
The main home is a detached property offering well-proportioned living space across 2 floors, with further potential for extension and upgrading of the existing accommodation. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall with adjoining
cloakroom and separate utility room, leading to a light and spacious breakfast kitchen, rear reception hall, substantial sitting room with further dining area and a cosy family snug. To the first floor, reached via a large landing area, the principal bedroom with en suite shower room is complemented by a guest bedroom with en suite shower room, two further family bedrooms and the house bath and shower room. In addition to the main house, the property also holds a separate 2 bedroom apartment comprising a kitchen, sitting room, two double bedrooms and a bathroom, situated above the stables found to the rear of the property.
Approached via electric gates continuing onto a private tree-lined drive leading to the property, Awmack House sits centrally within approximately 23 acres of well-presented and maintained paddocks and woodland, with the property adjoined by a stone-flagged entertaining terrace to the rear and benefitting from a substantial and high quality selection of equestrian facilities. These include a range of 22 stables, a floodlit arena and school, various walking and training pens and a large storage and tractor shed. Further to this, the
grounds and land hold superb elevated views across the York Vale, offering a beautiful and unique setting from which to enjoy the privacy and position of the property.