The Farmhouse provides spacious family living accommodation set over three floors. The entrance hall leads you down a staircase into the large farmhouse kitchen dining room, featuring an original Inglenook fireplace with a five oven electric Aga a range of base units with complimentary corian worksurfaces, this room benefits from underfloor heating. French doors lead to the garden and the external kitchen/dining area. A large utility room complete with dog bath. The snug/office has a wood burning stove, which is set on a stone hearth, exposed stone walls and beamed ceilings. Also on the ground floor there is the cloakroom/laundry room with the original sink from the kitchen which is set in a feature stone counter, with a vanity unit below and a low w.c. this room also has an interconnecting door through to the Barn.
On the first floor you will find a large bright and airy family sitting room with five windows framing the open countryside views, a vaulted ceiling, a multi fuel wood burning stove, there are two bedrooms on this floor, one with an interconnecting door to the Barn. Also a luxury Villeroy and Boch four piece bathroom suite with a curved walk in shower.
On the second floor you will find the master bedroom suite with amazing feature beams and an arched feature window, a four peice en-suite bathroom and a dressing room, with built in wardrobes and under eaves storage.
The ground floor of the Barn benefits from under floor heating, the external wood door leads you into the kitchen/dining room a traditional modern farmhouse kitchen with a range of cream base units and complimentary work surfaces, an integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Electric oven, induction hob and extractor, one 1/2 sink unit with mixer tap. Two lovely window seats and beamed ceiling. There is an internal solid door which connects to the Farmhouse if required.
The lounge has three double glazed windows captivating the rural views. There is a wood burner and external French doors which lead you out onto the terraced garden. Leading from the lounge area is a sunroom with exposed feature stone walls and three windows framing the picturesque vista. Bedroom one is also located on the ground floor with fitted wardrobes and French doors which lead you out onto the terrance garden area, this room also boasts an five piece en-suite complete with jacuzzi bath and walk in shower.
The staircase from the kitchen leads you to the first floor mezzanine area which can be used as an office or snug area, two further bedrooms and the house bathroom are accessed from this level. There is also an interconnecting doorway on this level which accesses the Farmhouse if required.
In the grounds of Far Newfield Edge Farm is the beautifully presented detached cottage with split level living accommodation. The entrance hall leads you into the well equipped kitchen/dining room, with a range of cream wall and base units, complimentary wood work surfaces, integrated appliances include fridge/freezer, gas hob, electric oven and extractor. Stairs lead you down into the living room with spectacular far reaching views over the open countryside and the valley below. There are two bedrooms and a house bathroom. The cottage benefits from underfloor heating throughout and loft storage with a pull down ladder.
The property boasts beautiful extensive mature gardens with ornate gravelled paths and a pond. At the rear of the property there is a covered outdoor kitchen dining area, with a log burning stove, a chicken shed with storage and decking area. There is also a Summer house/pavilion at the bottom of the garden. A large double garage and workshop with electric doors and ample power sockets, the garage also houses the water filtration unit. There is ample parking to the front and side of the property for numerous vehicles. A public footpath passes the front of the property.
Holiday Letting Potential Generated Income
A national holiday let company has valued the estimated gross annual income for the properties as detailed:
The Farmhouse would expect to earn between £27,545 - £30,445 per annum, based on a 37 week (Year 1) expected occupancy
The Barn would expect to earn between £24,021 - £26,549 per annum, based on a 37 week (Year 1) expected occupancy
The Cottage would expect to earn between £16,901 - £18,680 per annum, based on a 30 week (Year 1) expected occupancy.
Total estimated potential generated gross income for all three properties is between £68,467 - £75,674 per annum.
The property benefits from two forms of renewable energy: a 5kw wind turbine and 4kw of photovoltaic cells. Combined they produce an annual income of approximately £5000. Payments are index linked and are guaranteed for the next 11 and 15 years respectively.
Mains electricity, water is provided by a borehole which includes a filtration and softening system and drainage is to a septic tank. Heating and hot water are provided by an oil fired boiler. The current Vendor informs us the properties internet speed is currently 40Mbps.
On leaving our office continue along Church Street passing the Cross Keys public house and turn right onto Walmsgate, proceed until the road narrows bearing slightly right into Esp Lane. Continue along Esp lane for approx 1/2 a mile then turn right onto Edge Lane. Continue along Edge Lane for approx. 3/4 mile as the road winds uphill pass another property on your left. Far Newfield Edge Farm is located at the end of Edge Lane.
Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings in these particulars are included in the sale, all others in the property are specifically excluded, however, may be included in the sale by separate negotiation, if required. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose.
Brochures and Photographs
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Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form any part of a contract.