This charming property in the pretty Wolds village of Kirkburn, near Driffield, comes with a generous income.
Along with a three bedroom main house, there is an attached, three-bedroom holiday cottage and a converted stable block that houses a stunning, two-bedroom holiday let.
Owner Stuart Nelson, a former hotelier, bought the Oak House nine years ago after retiring. An experienced renovator with an eye for design, he used his skills to transform all three properties.
“I have loved living here. The house is perfect for someone who wants a home with an income or for a young family who could maybe use the money to pay a mortgage off more quickly,” says Stuart, who is selling so he can fully retire.
It would also suit those looking for a property to house a multi-generational family.
Oak House is set within extensive gardens of around 0.5 acres. The cottage and converted stable have their own gardens and there is a driveway with parking spaces and a double garage block.
Kirkburn is a picturesque village three miles from Driffield and nestled within the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds.