A rare country estate, with a stunning Grade II Listed Queen Anne house, all set in over 17 acres of land, is to be put up for auction next month at a guide price of &1m-&1.2m.
Newsham Grange in South Otterington near Northallerton in North Yorkshire, has been run as a successful livery for many years, but also has further income potential for letting a cottage and a barn conversion, which come with the estate.
John Waterhouse, Director of Hunters auction house, comments: “For the price of a townhouse in London, a buyer can acquire this beautiful country estate. It is perfect for those wanting to escape the rat race and enjoy the quiet of the countryside. Hunters Property Auctions always attract a great amount of interest from potential buyers looking for investment properties and development opportunities at great value. I expect this to be a very competitive sale.”
The original house was built in 1705, giving it a Queen Anne provenance, and is a twin gabled building with sash windows providing more than 2,352 sq ft of living accommodation.
The country house is for sale together with a three bedroom, two bathroom barn conversion and two bedroom granary cottage, which overlook the stable yard. The property has excellent equestrian facilities, including all-weather arena, extensive stabling and paddocks. The property boasts nine acres and a further eight acres of paddocks.
Newsham Grange is set in the beautiful open countryside of ‘God’s own country’, one mile from South Otterington and three miles from Northallerton, with views of the Hambleton Hills. The main line train station is located less than three miles away, making Kings Cross under two hours away. York is just 32 miles drive and Harrogate 20 miles.
The auction will be held on Wednesday 24 September at 6pm in the Gimrack Suite at York Racecourse.
Interesting price comparison! On the market for &1m - a 17 acre country estate in Yorkshire or a 2 bedroomed town house in the capital?
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