Knayton, Knayton, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 4AS
4 Finkle Street
Tel: 01845 525112
With easy access of the A19 and a 10 minute drive from the nearest town of Thirsk, Knayton is set into a stunning backdrop of the Hambleton hills and has an active community Village Hall, Primary School and a local pub as well as the Hillside Rural Activities Park which offers regular sporting and social events.
Squire House Farm
Originally constructed in the late 18th Century, this property will appeal to those who wish to undertake the modernisation of a character property which offers excellent living accommodation set over three floors. Also benefiting from pleasant gardens, outbuildings and paddocks.
On entry to the home is a vestibule area which provides access into the main reception hall. There are two formal reception rooms to the front elevation and a further reception room and dining kitchen to the rear elevation. The entrance hall also provides access to a cloakroom/utility room and also stairs to the first floor and also cellar. The sitting room and living room both have open fire places and ample space for furniture. The third reception room is currently utilised as a formal dining room.
The dining kitchen has a selection of base and wall units and space and plumbing for appliances. The cloakroom/utility room also has space and plumbing for appliances as well as having a toilet and a hand wash basin.
The cellar, accessed from the main entrance hall houses the central heating boiler and is an ideal place for drying clothes and walking boots.
To the first floor, there are four bedrooms, a family bathroom and an additional cloakroom. It is also worth noting that all of the bedrooms have hand wash basins. The family bathroom also has access to an airing cupboard. Also from the landing, there are stairs providing access to the attic rooms. In the attic there is a large room , currently used as a games room, a small study and storage areas under the eaves.
External Grounds, Access and Buildings
To the front of the home there is a lawned garden with established borders and a path leading to the front door. The front garden is enclosed by a mature hedge. There is also a large drive leading to the rear gardens, outbuildings and off street parking.
The rear of the home offers large lawn gardens with a variety of mature plants and herbaceous beds which open to the paddocks (1 acre approx.) and views over open countryside beyond. With a range of outbuildings/stables this home should appeal to families or those with equestrian interest.
Outbuilding 1 - 4.43m x 3.52m
Outbuilding 2 - 9.00m x 4.29m
Outbuilding 3 -8.47m x 4.36m
Car Port - 4.75m x 7.30m
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