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Scaling, Between Whitby and Guisborough
- Well presented smallholding set in 5.6 acres
- Well presented Farmhouse with Six bedrooms
- Attractive stone and brick built barns along with a dutch barn
- Holding paddock and stable range
- Three further grass paddocks amounting to 5 acres
- yet location between Whitby and Guisborough
- Large gardens and open views
Clover Hill Farm is a versatile residential smallholding with approximately six acres situated within the peaceful hamlet of Scaling. The property occupies an attractive position with far reaching views, especially to the front. Thought to date back to the 1900s the farmhouse is constructed of stone with a slate roof. There are a range of useful barns with scope to either extend the current property or convert into further accommodation subject to necessary consents.
The spacious and well kept accommodation is arranged over three floors and briefly comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, dining kitchen, living room, shower room, utility room and separate WC. First floor, landing, three double bedrooms and house bathroom. There is a separate staircase providing access to the fourth bedroom. Second floor, landing and two further double bedrooms. The property benefits from three multi fuel stoves, one providing the central heating via a back boiler and upvc double glazing.
In total the property stands in approximately 5.6 acres. There are three grass paddocks which are positioned to the west of the house, along with a useful holding paddock and stable block with three stables. Directly to the north of the property there is a useful dutch barn. The gardens have been well maintained, they are predominately laid to lawn and to the front are bounded by an attractive dry stone wall.
Located in open countryside, Clover Hill stands in a private and peaceful position, yet is easily accessible via the A171 to Whitby and Teesside. Scaling is an attractive and peaceful rural hamlet situated in the North York Moors National Park a short drive from the coastal resort of Whitby, 12 miles and Guisborough 11 miles. Both are vibrant towns with diverse shopping facilities, services and amenities.
The traditional sea port of Whitby is a fascinating mix of eclectic shops and high quality restaurants, at the centre of the Heritage Coast and surrounded by the glorious scenery of the North York Moors National Park. There are good road links close by via the A171, A169 and the A174. The A171 provides good access to Guisborough, Scarborough, Whitby and Teesside, whilst there are good rail link via Lealholm station.