York, United Kingdom

Single Family

5 beds

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    Barnby FarmExtending to about 540 acres (218 ha) in all, Barnby Farm is an increasingly rare example of a ring-fenced arable farm. Comprising a substantial period farmhouse, in a mature setting, together with a considerable range of modern and traditional brick built farm buildings. A range of offices have been created from the traditional fold yard, and in addition the current occupier has established a small campsite. The land is primarily in arable production, supporting winter and spring cereal crops.The FarmhouseApproached via the principal farm driveway, Barnby Farm House is located of the holding, situated in a slightly elevated position and enjoys a south facing view across open farmland, towards mature woodlands. The house has lawned gardens to the southern aspect, and is sheltered by mature trees providing a private setting.Barnby Farm House is a substantial and handsome period property, offering spacious andflexible family accommodation across two floors. The property briefly comprises entrance hall, reception hall, sitting room, dining room, and spacious family kitchen. The property has muchcharacter, and several period features including a staircase designed in a regency style; tall ceilings and large windows to each room, which provide an abundance of natural light throughout.To the first floor are five good size bedrooms, family bathroom and separate W.C. Adjacent and attached to the property is the boiler house with Belfast sink, leading to a W.C., currently utilised as a store room with storage room to the first floor.The house would benefit from a scheme of modernisation.Outside, there is a range of garaging and traditional stables and stores. To the west of the house is a grass paddock suitable for the grazing of horses.The Farm BuildingsThere are an extensive range of both more modern and traditional farm buildings located onthe holding.The modern farm buildings include a two bay grain store with capacity for up to 1,200 tons of cereals and a general purpose garage/machinery store. There are two large traditional brick fold yards; one presently housing the chemical store.Situated to the north of the farmstead are three substantial Grade II listed, brick Dutch barns; one with original slate roof. The buildings offer considerable covered storage suitable for both forage and machinery. One of the barns has been partially clad and enclosed to form a useful machinery store and workshop.There are several traditional farm buildings at Barnby Farm that may offer an opportunity forconversion to an alternative use, subject to gaining the necessary planning consent.The LandExtending to about 540 acres (218 ha), the land comprises productive Grade 3 arable and grassland. The soil belongs to the Worcester series, described as clays and loams over mudstone, suitable for winter cereals and livestock rearing.Arranged in a ring fence, the land is easily accessed via a network of internal trackways or directly from the public highway. The fields are mostly large and regular in size and shape,well suited for modern farming practices and machinery.Arable landExtending to about 405 acres (164 ha) the arable land has supported a mixed rotation including Winter Wheat, Barley, Spring Barley and Oil Seed Rape. There is a further area of about 70 acres (28 ha) presently growing an energy crop.GrasslandPermanent pasture and lower-lying Ings land situated along the river Derwent, extends to about 40 acres (16 ha) across the farm holding, with additional grass paddocks surrounding the farm house and farm buildings.WoodlandIn addition to the arable land and grassland, there is a total area of approximately 25 acres (10 ha) o
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    This single family listing located at Bossall, York boasts five bedrooms. The property is presently selling for $6,113,590.

    This property is presented by Will Parry of Strutt & Parker based in England.