Ivy Hall & Ivy Hall Cottage

Raisbeck, Penrith

CA10 3SG

Sold (S.T.C.)

Guide Price: £565,000

Four bedroom house, attached two bedroom cottage, outbuildings and 9.17 acres of grazing land

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A delightful rural small holding located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park enjoying panoramic views towards Great Asby Scar and the Howgills. Traditional four bedroom house, attached two bedroom cottage, range of modern and traditional buildings and productive meadow and grazing land.

The property is situated in an idyllic rural setting within the hamlet of Raisbeck, only 1.5 miles from the small market village of Orton. Orton has a healthy primary school, traditional pub, Chocolate shop/cafe and vibrant farmers market.

Ivy Hall presents an excellent opportunity to own your own smallholding in a convenient and majestic location, with a range of accommodation and outbuildings the property offers lots of potential to the successful purchasers. The property is well set back from the highway and enjoys its own hardcore entrance track. Verged with a fine array of Spring Daffodils! The houses enjoy sizeable lawned garden areas to the front and rear along with a patio area, vegetable patch and fruit trees. Ivy Hall Cottage has its own separate stoned car park area off the main driveway. Ivy Hall Cottage has disabled access and a stair lift, which may be available should the purchaser wish to retain it.

The steading sits centrally within the ring fenced block of land included in the sale. The land extends to around 8.80 acres [3.56 hectares] of productive meadow and grazing land, subdivided into four separate field parcels. The land and buildings to the rear of the steading can be accessed from the adjacent dead-end road leading to Sunbiggin. The land is found between 230m – 240m above sea level in a gentle rolling landscape. The land enjoys tremendous panoramic views of Great Asby Scar to the north and the Howgill Fell range to the south.

The land is currently down to permanent pasture and is used for meadow and grazing purposes. The traditional local stone walls bordering the property have been well maintained and are stockproof. The steading is suitably equipped for the area of land included with a range of modern and traditional buildings conveniently located adjacent to the field parcels. The land and buildings would be suitable for a range of uses.

There are no entitlements to the Basic Farm Payment Scheme available.