High Street, Snainton, North Yorkshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Charming semi detached cottage (recently modernised), together with a range of attractive stone outbuildings ( (well suited for conversion to a variety of uses, subject to consent), including a grass paddock ideally suited to equestrian or amenity use.


Church Farm is a rare traditional farmstead with significant potential located adjacent to the High Street at the centre of the village of Snainton, opposite the Church. The property includes a charming semi-detached stone cottage together with a range of attractive stone outbuildings. Unusually the property also includes a grass paddock currently used for equestrian purposes, all within the village boundary. Church Farm Cottage has recently been modernised by the current owners to a high standard and provides appealing family accommodation. The works undertaken included revising the internal layout, partial re-roofing, improvements to the plumbing and electrical wiring, together with the installation of new kitchen and sanitary fittings. The property benefits from extensive outside space with a sheltered walled garden adjoining the cottage, a separate orchard and a large parking and turning area. Adjoining the cottage is a range of former stables/loose boxes with a granary/loft above and there are two separate stone barns providing valuable storage and ideally suited for conversion to a home office, workshop or additional residential accommodation, subject to obtaining consents.


Snainton is an attractive rural village in the Vale of Pickering close to the popular market town of Pickering and the east coast, with the North York Moors National Park to the north and the beautiful rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds to the South. The village benefits from a junior school , sports field, convenience store, garage and two public houses. Excellent access links are available to Pickering, Scarborough, Malton and York via the A170 and the A64, with railway stations at Scarborough and Malton. The north elevation of Church Farm adjoins High Street leading through the village, with a main vehicular entrance leading into a large parking and turning area.

Indoor Space Comprises


Entrance hall leading to:


Fitted worktop and wall unit, plumbing for a washing machine and a separate cloakroom with WC and wash basin.


Generous dining kitchen with extensive fitted shaker style base and wall units, sink unit with mixer tap and an integrated dish washer. Rangemaster Kitchen 90 stove with electric double oven, gas hob, grill and a fitted extractor hood above. The kitchen overlooks the main parking area and leads through to:


Double French style doors leading out to the garden, chimney with stone hearth and space for a log burner. Stairs lead off to the first floor with an under stairs storage cupboard.


A landing area leads to:


Single room with exposed ceiling beams and TV aerial connection.


Single room with exposed ceiling beams and double skylights


Family bathroom with modern white sanitary fittings including a corner shower unit, WC, wash basin and skylight.


Attractive double room with beamed ceiling, south facing dormer style window leading into:


White wash basin and WC, bath and heated towel rail.

Outdoor Space Comprises


Adjoining the south elevation of Church Farm Cottage is a walled garden, beyond which is an extensive stoned parking and turning area for vehicles.


Church Farm extends to approximately 0.258 ha (0.635 acres) overall and includes a range of stone-built outbuildings all well suited for conversion to a variety of uses (subject to consents) together with a grass paddock.


Adjoining the western elevation of the cottage, comprising a stone range of former stables and loose boxes with steps leading up to a granary/loft area above.


Detached stone outbuilding with a slate roof, mains electric connection and an adjoining former pig sty enclosed with a low stone wall.


Traditional stone outbuilding under a pantile roof, opposite the main entrance drive into the property and used as garaging and for general storage.


To the south of Church Farm Cottage and the outbuildings, accessed from the main entrance into the property, is an enclosed grass paddock and field shelter ideally suited to equestrian or amenity use. The paddock extends to approximately 0.154 Ha (0.381 acres).

Fixtures & Fittings

Excluded from the sale unless specifically referred to in the particulars.


Mains electric, water, drainage and gas fired heating.




Council Tax Band D

Uplift Provision

The property is to be sold subject to a reservation of 50% of any uplift in value, payable in the event that permission is granted or consent obtained within 40 years following completion for a change of use on the paddock.

Connected Parties

A Vendor of this property is related to an employee of Dee Atkinson & Harrison.

Further Information

Viewings strictly by appointment only. Please contact Oliver Stones MRICS FAAV for further information. Tel: 01377 253151/07912 481162. Email: oliver@dee-atkinson-harrison.co.uk

Disclaimer: Dee Atkinson & Harrison for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a Contract. No person in the employment of Dee Atkinson & Harrison has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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